Check out a Houston-based dark comedy when The Curse of Professor Zardonicus premieres on Amazon Prime

"The Curse of Professor Zardonicus" | Courtesy of the filmmakers

Take in the feature film debut of a Houston-produced and -directed film, The Curse of Professor Zardonicus, when it premieres on Amazon Prime on Friday, February 12, 2021.

Written and directed by University of Houston alum, Gabriel Theis, The Curse of Professor Zardonicus marks his feature film debut and follows a young man that recruits a film student to help him prove the existence of an urban legend.

The film, which includes the Houston-led cast of Dave McClain, Cat Thomas and Steve Walker, was nominated for Best Dark Comedy Feature Screenplay at the Austin After Dark Film Festival in Summer 2020.

Once it debuts, the movie will be free to stream for Amazon Prime subscribers. If you don’t have an Amazon Prime subscription, sign up for a free 30-day trial.

The Curse of Professor Zardonicus on Amazon Prime

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