QUEENSRŸCHE singer Geoff Tate stars in the psychological thriller "The Burningmoore Incident". The film focuses on the murderous rampage that took place in March 2010 in Bayside, Queens, as the construction team of Cole Contracting was being video taped by multiple cameras on the first day of what was to be a home makeover reality show. By sundown the house was a bloody scene of carnage.
Longtime admirers of Geoff's onstage theatrics and commanding presence, Fires At Midnight Films, found him to be a perfect fit as the film's unstoppable killing machine. Geoff also contributed an exclusive new track to the film.
Check out the official movie trailer below.
Visit the official movie web site at www.burningmooreincident.com.
Tate made his feature-film debut in the supernatural thriller "House Of Eternity" from Fires At Midnight Films. Also appearing in the film was Candice Night of BLACKMORE'S NIGHT.
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