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Michael Budd's debut feature "Love of my Life" ready to rock

Just when you thought it was safe to watch movies again Michael Budd delivers a deranged surgeon with an agenda, oh yes there will be blood.
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Seems the Country's film makers are in the process of ensuring the Tourist industry never recovers! Michael Budd has added to the mayhem with his debut feature Love Of My Life, which looks like it will once again cause La Pomeranz and David to hide under their beds.

"A young man is held captive by a deranged surgeon and faced with the choice which can alter his life and the life of his loved ones forever." imdb.com

The movie stars Logie Award winner Peter O'Brien and has recently won the Best Horror/Sci-Fi gong at the Mt Hood Film Festival. North America already has access to this shocker with the Gravitas VOD Network offering 100 million homes across North America the chance to be shocked and stunned.

Michael Hamish Budd (born July 2, 1974, Sydney, Australia) is an Australian film actor, director, and producer. Love of my life was his feature directorial debut. In the past he has appeared in many Hollywood films, he is best known for playing Esmael, alongside Henry Cavill and Sigourney Weaver in The Cold Light of Day (2012) and playing the Zion Controller in The Matrix Reloaded (2003).

More on this one when we discover the Aussie release dates, till then here's the trailer, now tell me you won't be catching a screening of this bad boy!

Published on 16 March 2014

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