Jared Masters’ Biblical thriller ‘Absolute Vow’ wraps principal photography
One thousand years before Christ, in an age where pagans ran rampant... Incest and child sacrifices were common place, for false gods that consumed the minds of many wicked men, until the shocking story of a virgin ... without a name, made its way into the Holly cannon, and now, fully embellished for the first time, by the Sultan of Sensationalism, Jared Masters. The strangest story in the Bible is finally fleshed out, into a new kind of cinematic experience, starring Parker Love Bowling and her big sister, Kansas, plus Andy Dick’s daughter, Meg, Michael Madsen’s son, Kal, and the infamous Lloyd Kaufman.... The true tale of a mighty warrior. Will he kill his only daughter?
Absolute Vow has wrapped principal photography, that means the film is guaranteed to wind up on the screen of your home and maybe you’re your local theatre. This motion picture is a true story, based on the bizarre tale of Jephthah’s daughter, in the Old Testament. It has been called the strangest story in the Bible. Now, the story is told, and horror fans everywhere will enjoy the shocking cinematic experience over and over again, for this is a timeless tale everyone should see, on glorious 16mm film.
This motion picture stars the grade A… Parker Love Bowling, as the Virgin without a name, with Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger), Kansas Bowling (B.C. Butcher), Aki Aleong (Pound of Flesh), Art Roberts (Interstellar Wars), Rodney Bingenheimer (Mayor of the Sunset Strip), Dallas Chandler (Ballet of Blood), Marley Uribe (Cupcake), Meg Dick (Roller Junkies), Kalvin Madsen (Now Here), Walter Hochbrueckner (Love Carries), Dannah Hooper, Daphne Fischer (Triangles), Joan Apperson (White Slaves of K-Town), Sierra Renfro (Naxian Prime) Vera Taylor (Boonville Redemption), Geo Sargent (Slink), Aaron Berjohn (The Cowboy Chronicles), Valiera Feldman (A Better Way to Die), Peter Rodkey, Laura Wight, Troy Alexander, Ned Casual, Taylor Victoria (8 Reels of Sewage) Wendy Pauline McKinney, Alfredo Trueba and Princess Frank. Production assistance by Jole Cold, Peter Rodkey and Elizabeth Zamets. Written and Directed by Jared Masters.