Get Tempted With This EXCLUSIVE Clip From FREAKS VS. THE REICH

Along with the review we posted today, we thought you might enjoy a little eye candy for FREAKS VS. THE REICH. So read on to enjoy an exclusive clip titled Temptations. Cause what else would we call it here at Sinful Celluloid…

“[it] will have you crying, laughing, wincing, and smilingas it tells its epic story of belonging and embracing your weirdness”– Kat Hughes, THN “A Shoah-reversing fantasy of liberation and revenge,like a superheroic spin on Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds” – Anton Bitel, Projected Figured “Delightful and spectacular, a deserved crowd pleaser”– Ard Vijn, Screen Anarchy“A gutsy mix of historical drama and off-kilter science fiction thriller…[that] feels like a superior X-Men film without the costumes andwith a much stronger narrative.”– Rob Aldam, Backseat Mafia
SYNOPSIS During World War II in occupied Rome a group of circus performers endowed with supernatural powers band together to fight the oppressive Nazi regime’s occupation of Italy in FREAKS VS. THE REICH, a fantastical historical action-adventure, the sophomore effort from They Call Me Jeeg director Gabriele Mainetti. Looking to flee the Nazi menace for the shores of America are four super-powered circus performers: there’s beautiful, young, electrically-charged Matilde, Cencio, an albino with the ability to control insects, Mario, a dwarf graced with magnetic powers, and Fulvio, a strongman covered from head to toe with hair. On their heels is the psychotic Franz, an ether-addicted, six-fingered Nazi who runs the nearby circus and believes that the supernaturally gifted quartet will help him turn the tide of the war, delivering the ultimate victory for Hitler and the Reich. Will the “freaks” be able to escape the grasp of the brutal Nazis or will their incredible powers be harnessed in a way that could change both their destinies and the entire course of history forever?

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