This page is about Murderabilia featuring thereminist Thomas Grillo
Murderabilia is now completed as of early 2011. It has been run in several film festivals, and has been well received.
This production was directed by local director, Michael Usry.
The film touches on the issues surrounding the dubious selling and buying of items once used in murders, but were released by the courts once the cases were closed. It is a very emotionally charged thriller which is laced with descriptions of horrific acts, and profanity. However, the production does not show any violence at all. You just know it happened at one time as various items are presented by a sick minded shop keeper to an equally mentally perverted buyer who eventually realizes the gravity of the spiritual, and emotional intensity surrounding the objects of murder, as if their victim's ghosts were still there to taunt the buyer's mind, as well as the audience.
I performed a short piece of music for the production which appears in one of the scenes.