Earlier this year, we learned that Artsploitation had picked up American indie horror The Anatomy of Monsters out of Cannes for release this fall. We now have an update on that. The movie will hit DVD and VOD (Amazon, Vimeo, YouTube) on November 15.

The second feature film from Byron C. Miller (Night) and follows “a seemingly normal yet homicidal young man who ventures out one night in search for his first kill.” He meets a woman at a bar, prepares to kill her in a hotel room, and then discovers a surprise that is “far worse than even he could imagine.”

From the press release:

What unfolds is a diabolical game of cat and mouse, and a soul bearing confession of love and death. Byron C. Miller, seemingly inspired by the gritty indie filmmaking of 1960s era John Cassavetes, Jim Jarmusch’s Stranger Than Paradise and Gus Van Sant’s Mala Noche, directs this unnerving tale of murder and amorality wrapped around an unconventional love story.

It definitely sounds like the movie lives up to the very essence of the Artsploitation moniker. Stay tuned for a review in the near future!