Abbey Bell is a distraught mother (Melinda Page Hamilton) who lives in fear of her teenage son Jacob (Bailey Edwards). And while he doesn’t fit the profile of a serial killer, she remains convinced that her son is a serial killer in the making. However, she may be insane. Only a series of spy cameras and plenty of found footage can tell us the truth.
Abbey believes that Jacob is planning a school shooting. What’s her evidence, other than the fact that her son plays way too many video games and has a pet named Adolph? Well, eventually, she gets some evidence thanks to those omnipresent video cameras.
What’s better? A mother’s love or a mother’s innate knowledge that her son may be a killer? However, Jacob has a deep and buried family secret that he’s ready to use against his mother, who may not survive this experience.
How did they get Ed Asner to show up in this? Well, there he is, playing Dr. Howard Arden, who is trying to help get to the bottom of this.
M.O.M. Mother of Monsters has its world premiere on Friday the 13th at the Arena Cinelounge in Los Angeles with its digital rollout to soon follow.
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