Troma Entertainment Captures the Moan-ment with Chandonnet’s Memento Mortis

Troma Entertainment, the longest running truly independent film company in American history, is proud to announce the acquisition of Adam Chandonnet’s Erotic Horror Memento Mortis, it was announced today by Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger.  Memento Mortis Trailer Here: Memento Mortis.
In Memento Mortis, a picture is worth a 1000 moans
Shay (Aurora Grabill), a photographer, uses dead bodies as props in her erotic photos. Her morbid artistry takes a turn for the worst once she falls in love.
Aurora Grabill, 33, the star of Memento Mortis, is no stranger to the New England horror and B-movie scene. The Massachusetts native made her film debut in the 2005 film Raving Maniacs and went on to be featured in many genre films including The Disco Exorcist, Frankenstein’s Hungry Dead, Honky Holocaust (on Troma Now), Space People, The Ungovernable Force, and Blood of the Tribades.
Adam Chandonnet, 28, is a Massachusetts based independent filmmaker. He made his feature debut with Memento Mortis, a film he both wrote and directed. Chandonnet has been writing since he was a child but didn’t turn to filmmaking until high school as something fun to do with friends. In 2014, he created the web series Cannibal Girl, a lesbian themed horror comedy starring Aurora Grabill. Chandonnet has also written and directed a handful of short films including Dead Light District and Object of My Affection.
Memento Mortis is coming soon to Troma Now, Troma Entertainment’s exclusive World Premiere content streaming service!