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Fri, May 03


Trillberry Murders Premiere

In scandalous Trillberry, chaos erupts as serial killer Mophet the Prophet targets gay twinks. Film students led by Cameron face terror and self-discovery in a gripping tale of identity and desire.

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Trillberry Murders Premiere
Trillberry Murders Premiere

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May 03, 2024, 12:00 AM GMT-6 – May 06, 2024, 12:00 AM GMT-6

About the event

This groundbreaking release on YouTube marks a historic moment, offering audiences the opportunity to experience the visionary work of award-winning director Robert Jerome Pagan before it hits any other platform. Produced by Las Vegas based production and YouTube Channel “Robert Jerome Pagan Creations.” Filmed in Henderson, NV and Merced County, CA this is a true testament to the new Valley to Valley film connection.

At the heart of "Trillberry Murders" lies a gripping tale of identity and desire, set against the backdrop of a town plagued by the return of the infamous serial killer, Mophet the Prophet, targeting gay “twinks.” As chaos erupts, a group of film students led by the earnest Cameron (portrayed by Jake Leahy) find themselves thrust into a world of terror and self-discovery.

Guided by their eccentric teacher, Oscar (played by Robert Jerome Pagan), whose colorful past adds depth to the narrative, Cameron and his friends navigate a landscape fraught with danger and absurdity. As they confront the unhinged killer terrorizing their community, they are forced to confront their own truths amidst the chaos.

"Trillberry Murders" is a genre-defying blend of horror, comedy, and drama, with elements of dark comedy, sex comedy, and coming-of-age themes. With its crude humor, irreverent wit, and boundary-pushing narrative, the film promises to leave audiences gasping for air between laughs.

The film boasts an ensemble cast featuring talented performers such as Regg Davidson, Cole Koscheka, Elijah Macias, Jeremiah Luna, Stephanie Braxton, Yaya Muñoz, and Jim Kocher, each bringing depth and nuance to their roles.

Director Robert Jerome Pagan, known for his commitment to economic accessibility to queer art, has crafted a film that pushes boundaries and challenges conventions. 

"I wanted to make something that was sexy, funny, and hinted at the humor of the 90s but in the hands of the BIPOC and Queer Community we make fun of," said Robert Jerome Pagan, reflecting on the film's creation.

"The horror genre for years has overly sexualized its female victims, and so I thought it would be a nice turnaround to do the reverse," Pagan added, shedding light on his unique approach to storytelling.

Tune in to the premiere on May 3rd at Midnight EDT on YouTube on: @RjeromepCreate

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