Art often imitates life, and in rare circumstances, it imitates death. In the case of artist, Richard Streeb, death is his inspiration...and life beings to imitate his art. Streeb is apparently killed and his body abducted, plus those who are in possession of his works start ending up dead. Richard's brother Bill joins the scene to try and help solve the mystery, but is slowly being drawn into a world of madness and despair. Writer and Director, Joseph F. Parda, brings a chilling tale to life in this film that follows the tradition of the old Italian Horror Masters. From the lighting, to the camera angles, to the eerie musical score, this one has a 100% creepy atmosphere to it and some good gory kills to boot. It starts Liz Havery, Joe Zaso and Mony Damevsky and boast a cast of some very interesting characters, even some Beatniks. The winner of the 1996 FantaFestival in Rome and a winner in the horror genre for all. If you like creepy films, see 5 DEAD.