From London's fog-shrouded back alleys to the palaces of the rich, Jekyll's obsessions and Hyde's destructive lusts combine to make a cocktail of mayhem, madness and finally, murder.
This thrilling new blood-drenched adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's chilling classic is a dark fairy-tale with equal parts of mystery, horror, drama and black comedy.
"This rare treat comes recommended!" - Rue Morgue Magazine
"Four Stars!" - Joe Bob Briggs, United Press International
"...His performance ranks up there with the Frederic March Jekyll & Hyde..." - Midnight Marquee Magazine
Winner, "Best Actor" (Mark Redfield) - Shockerfest USA
Winner, "Best Actress" (Elena Torrez) - Shockerfest USA
Winner, "Best Independent Film" - Festival Of Fantastic Films, Manchester UK
The first two-thirds of this interesting version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic thriller sticks somewhat more closely to the original novella than most interpretations, then the movie veers off into surprising and imaginative new juxtapositions, incorporating a range of odd facets of its time (which has been updated from the book to the turn of the last century), resulting in a sort of cinematic best of both worlds. Writer-director-actor Mark Redfield's rendition of Hyde probably puts the viewer more in mind of John Barrymore's wondrous 1920 incarnation than any of the countless others versions.