‘Black Eyed Susan’ Exclusive Trailer – Erotic Sci-fi Drama Was Shot on Super 16mm Film

The director of cult films Shatter Dead (1994) and Sixteen Tongues (1999), Shooter McCrae is getting set to unleash his third feature film, titled Black Eyed Susan.

The upcoming genre film, which is being described as a takedown of toxic masculinity, will World Premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival on Friday, August 2nd.

Exclusively watch the official trailer for Black Eyed Susan below and read on for more.

A Vinegar Syndrome Production in association with Not the Funeral Home and Moose + Squirrel, the erotic sci-fi drama was filmed on Super 16mm film and features a luscious musical score from legendary Italian composer Fabio Frizzi (The Beyond, Zombie).

In the film, down-on-his-luck Derek is hired by a shady tech industrialist to “test” Susan, a lifelike robot built for the purpose of receiving and “enjoying” sexual abuse. Initially hesitant to take part, Derek accepts, but quickly finds himself drawn to Susan’s developing personality and inquisitive nature.

As the robot’s expanding humanity chips away at him and he learns more about his own secret desires, he questions if what he’s been tasked to do – even to a robot – should ever be condoned.

The film’s cast includes Damian Maffei (The Strangers: Prey at Night), model Yvonne Emilie Thälker, Marc Romeo, and ex-WWE Superstar Scott Fowler.

The team previews, “Legendary underground filmmaker Scooter McCrae returns after a 21-year absence from feature filmmaking with the bold, vulgar, and deeply thought-provoking Black Eyed Susan. Simultaneously brutally challenging and deeply vulnerable, the latest from the New York-based provocateur appropriates bleeding-edge science fiction concepts to address the seemingly-endless lengths that men will go to satisfy their darkest impulses without questioning the consequences of their actions.”

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