Adirondackers, true crime buffs and move fans from all over have been flocking to see the new film Garrow, is based on the shocking, real-life story of Robert Francis Garrow, a sick and twisted serial rapist and murderer whose reign of terror paralyzed the North Country from 1960 until the late 70s. The docu-drama, written and directed by Lori Kelly-Bailey and edited by Korey Rowe has received tremendous reviews and word of mouth is bringing big crowds to the see it.
The Schroon Lake premiere was this weekend (July 13/14, 2019) and it’s playing every night this week at 8pm.
Some background from the filmmakers.
Garrow was born in Mineville, New York in 1936, Robert’s childhood was an endless cycle of unimaginable horror. Beatings, sexual abuse, bestiality and, bloodshed. As an adult, Robert would become a sadomasochist, rapist and serial killer. The exact number of his victims to this day remains uncertain. A knife-wielding psychopath that could charm his victims before carving them to death. Robert was clever and cunning. He was able to manipulate the law, fake his own paralysis, escape from prison, and avoid capture for over a decade. “Garrow” is produced byJoel Plue Genre: Brought to you by Adirondack Film in association with Prism Pictures.
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The Details: Now Playing at the Strand. Opposite the Tops Supermarket. The Film is Unrated / 70 min. / Starring: Mark Valley, Terri Garber, Philip Casnoff.
This special presentation of the movie GARROW will show Monday, July 15 through Thursday, July 18 at 8:00 pm at the regular ticket pricing of $9.00 for adults and $6.00 for seniors.