...a spot-on parody... the wittiest satire of independent filmmaking since Troma’s Terror Firmer...
-Carl Lyon, Monsters At Play
"How I made a movie, killed four people... and didn't lose a dime!" On April 1, 2002, four corpses are discovered in the apartment of struggling filmmaker Sam Epstein. Flashback - one year earlier: fledgling director Epstein embarks on his first feature film with high hopes, but selfish backstabbing roommates, a drug-addicted crew and Murphy's Law rapidly drain his funds as production grinds to a halt. Determined to regain control, Sam turns to "Magic For Morons" and asks Satan for help. He is promised success, but the spell demands a human sacrifice. Will his burning desire to finish his independent film drive him to the ultimate act - cold-blooded murder?
Andrew Montlack's hilarious take on the insanity of low budget filmmaking was called "Fast, funny and darkly witty" by Cleveland Public Radio's Dee Perry. The Devil's Filmmaker: Bohica is Montlack's debut feature film, boldly announcing him as a gifted comedic director and a talent to watch.