Saturday, September 20, 2014

SGL Entertainment Acquires “Intrusion” & “Intrusion: Disconnected”


SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that it has acquired Both “Intrusion” and “Intrusion: Disconnected” Featuring Katie Stewart, Lee Haycraft and Corey Feldman (Goonies, Lost Boys).

idWe are very excited that Producer Craig Everett Earl has decided that SGL Entertainment would be the right distribution company to release Intrusion: Disconnected and also, to rerelease the classic original 2008 slasher film Intrusion now in HD.”

INTRUSION: DISCONNECTED… Nearly a year after the events of INTRUSION the mysterious death of the rose bud killer leaves questions unresolved. Now with the body count rising once again and Holly’s mental stability slipping, she claims the killer is still alive. Written by Craig Everett Earl and Directed by Kyle Cates Intrusion: Disconnected stars Katie Stewart, Lee Haycraft, Corey Feldman, Scream queen Tiffany Shepis (Sharknado 2, The Violent Kind), Sebrina Scott (Overtime) and Amanda Dunn (Unger Games, Catching Fire).

My Review Of “Iceman”

icemanWing-cheong Law directed “Iceman” is a blended fantasy/sci-fi film that plays heavily on the classic Hong Kong action/fight set-up. The film stars Donnie Yen, Baoqiang Wang, Shengyi Huang, Yu Kang, Simon Yam and Suet Lam. The story takes on the cryogenic tech concept by having ancestors of almost godly stature and brings them to the 21st century in a light-hearted, cut-n-copy style that Hong Kong cinema is famous for. I love the theatrics of Asian cinema. Maybe it is because, due to subtitles, I place my focus on emotion, body language and facial reactions. I skim read the subtitled dialog-often times the translation is brutal.

“Iceman” has a fun, and yet intense story that begs for cool fight sequences choreographed flawlessly. I didn’t totally get the grandeur that surrounds these figures-who obviously have mastered the teachings so well they have transcended into “godhood”. However the scenes are so strong, with a balance of melodrama, humor and action. The story does capitalize on the expected components that make up modern action films from China, it almost mirrors the set up of Japanese anime series. The characters, although a bit cliché, offer a collection of comic relief, romantic interlude, and tons of dramatic inflection. All in a blended cultures piece that brings the past into the present.

The special effects and sound in “Iceman” are standard blends of CGI heavy sequences and choreographed fight stuff. I have learned that Asian cinema is one area where tolerance of CGI is just mandated in order to get into films from this market. It is okay as long as enough practical effects are added to balance it out. Which in “Iceman” actually works to do just that. Everything about the various techniques used add to the melodrama and excitement. The soundtrack and sound effects are standard mill stuff so that was a bummer. Most was instrumental melodies that felt familiar. It works but it does real propel the story to that extra level of suspense or thrills.

Overall “Iceman” is a decent action/fantasy film with plenty of fights and drama. I am not sure if it is truly a strong piece because some of the material didn’t connect with me personally. I enjoyed watching this film but I have seen better films similar to this one come out of Hong Kong. Still the cinematography and production value is stellar. The flat areas for me are the humanizing scenes of character relationship/ dialog interaction moments that are intended to build up the characters so that they more personable dimension, but really just creates drag on the action and thrills a bit too much. Again – I liked “Iceman” but I am not sure if it will be strong enough for the diehard Asian cinema fan.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Red Band Trailer For “V/H/S: Viral”

Check out the red band trailer which has surfaced on the net.  “V/H/S:Viral” lands in theatres on October 23rd, 2014.The Film follows fame-obsessed teens who unwittingly become stars of the next internet sensation.


Release Details For Erotic Thriller “Red Nights”

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Erotic thriller “Red Nights” will be released on DVD and VOD October 21st, 2014 by Breaking Glass Pictures. The film is co-written and co-directed by Julien Carbon and Laurent Courtiaud, it stars Frédérique Bel, Carrie Ng,  Carole Brana. Check out the trailer below as well as the cover art for the DVD.

During the reign of the first emperor of China, an ingenious torturer concocted an elixir that paralyzed its victim’s limbs, while increasing the sensitivity of their nerve endings tenfold. Kept in a jade skull, the elixir could provoke sensations in infinite variations-everything from erotic caresses to appalling lacerations.

Haunted by the desire to experience the extreme sensations caused by the elixir, the executioner kills himself with his own poison, intensifying his death experience. His pursuers never found the skull, which had been concealed within a large imperial seal. But the curse of the jade skull, responsible for its creator’s death, will endure within the seal, bringing misfortune to all of those who possess it. Until today…

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Criminals, thieves and the innocent alike become entangled in a sadistic web where bliss and pain are blurred into a twisted ecstasy in this giallo inspired erotic thriller.

New Clip Released For “Honeymoon”

honeymoonA new clip has been released for Leigh Janiak directed “Honeymoon”. The film is a modern horror starring Rose Leslie, Harry Treadaway, Ben Huber, and Hanna Brown. Also I found this really delicious breakdown of Harry Treadaway’s nude scene! OMG, he's naked: Harry Treadaway in 'Honeymoon' (2014) !!

Young newlyweds Paul (Harry Treadaway) and Bea (Rose Leslie) travel to remote lake country for their honeymoon, where the promise of private romance awaits them. Shortly after arriving, Paul finds Bea wandering and disoriented in the middle of the night. As she becomes more distant and her behavior increasingly peculiar, Paul begins to suspect something more sinister than sleepwalking took place in the woods.

My Review Of “Don’t Blink”

don't blink“Don’t Blink” is directed by Travis Oats and for a feature debut as director, the film is pretty impressive. It is a strong story that creates a dark unease with serious subject matter, straight forward dialog and disturbing climactic scenes that just continue the story right up until the end-an end without finality! Something that makes this movie feel more authentic as a horror film. Plus (and I am trying not to spoil it) that unfinished moment that ends the film allows for this idea and concept to continue in a paranormal/horror mythos. “Don’t Blink” stars Mena Suvari,Brian Austin Green, Zack Ward, Joanne Kelly, Fiona Gubelmann, David de Lautour, Leif Gantvoort, Curtiss Frisle, Emelie O’Hara and Samantha Jacober.

The story deals with a paranormal or supernatural uncertainty that builds creates an unnatural creepy atmosphere almost from the start. Okay the start is actually a concerted, cheese feast intro. At least that is how it felt to me, it actually sets the tone and gives us our characters backstory without taking up a lot of dialog in the main story. A story that is freaky, built into society’s psyche based on religious mythology, and alien mythos alike.  The plot has a group of friends taking a trip to an excluded, out-of-the-way retreat in the mountains of Colorado (I think-I think of Colorado whenever I hear a John Denver song). Anyway the location is nothing if not “unsettling”.

The acting in “Don’t Blink” is pretty tight, most of the cast give strong performances bringing cliché characters together in one disturbing experience. At times it does feel a bit too polished and insincere, but that is just because such attention has been paid to piecing this film together as perfect as possible. A task that is manages pretty d*mn nicely – in my opinion. The characters are relatable on some level, yeah they are stereotypes but they personalities are so individually blended that the cliché seems somewhat elevated to a more modern equivalent. Plus I have been sold on Brian Austin Green since ‘Sarah Connor Chronicles’ and of course the “Laid To Rest” franchise.

“Don’t Blink” uses mostly practical effects, with camera tricks for the obvious main horror element of the film. For every practical effect scene everything works to create a gruesome, disturbing raw moment. It elevates the very dramatically driven story, and terrifying reality of these characters. Again this is a testament to the cast and crew’s strength to produce a quality film. The soundtrack was a bit ineffective in pushing the psychological profile of the story into the necessary areas of unease that the subject matter and acting demand. That is not to say that it doesn’t serve to carry the story’s emotional component through the film, it just doesn’t have the power that all the other components hold in this nightmare scenario. However-overall “Don’t Blink” is a great horror story that warrants attention from horror fans. I think both psychological horror and paranormal horror fans will be very pleased with this one.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn to Tour the Fall 2014 Comic & Film Conventions

Celebrity Couple to Greet Fans at Four Star-Studded Conventions in the Next Month

MJActors Jennifer Blanc-Biehn and Michael Biehn, whose film careers have spanned decades and spawned indelible characters that have forever marked pop culture, , will be traveling across the country to attend this fall’s upcoming comic, film and television expos to sign autographs, take photos and connect with the people who support their films.

Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss) and Blanc-Biehn (Dark Angel, Party of Five, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), who also produce, direct and write independent films for their production company Blanc/Biehn Productions (BBP), will have the opportunity to re-visit old movies with fans while promoting their new ones, noting what fans would like to see in their future productions.

“We are often so busy working that we tend to miss out on what’s going on in the world, so Michael and I are excited to get out and meet new friends and fans in the coming weeks,” said Blanc-Biehn.

 “We get to talk about our movies with people who are as into them as we are, and it’s great to get feedback and appreciation for all your hard work.”

The couple’s Expo itinerary is as follows:

Sept. 20-21, 2014- Rose City Comic Con – Portland, Oregon Convention Center
Sept. 25-28, 2014 - Alamo City Comic Con – San Antonio, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
Oct. 3-5, 2014 - Awesome Con – Indianapolis, Indiana Convention Center
Oct. 24-26, 2014 - Chiller Theater Toy Model & Film Expo – Parsippany, NJ, Sheraton

For more information go to @jenniferblancb

Via Twitter: @MichaelBiehn, @canyoncar, @BlancBiehnFilms.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Horror Film “Creature” 2013 Free To View

creature 2013[3]Ronny Carlsson’s arthouse horror short “Creature” 2013 is currently available free-to-view over on The short film stars Daniela Melin in the lead role of a young woman desperate to seek answers to her past. traveling back to a place she recalls as secure, the memories come out of the darkness with the sole purpose of yet again destroying her life. I reviewed the film back in 2013. You can read it here: My Review Of “Creature 2013”.

The film comes from Film Bizarro Productions and is an episodic clash of generations. Made by simple, modern means of technology but enhanced with the style of the glorious horror heyday, it's a slowly pounding and personal arthouse film but with a strong horror undertone. Told like an episodic memory, we're right by Natalya's side as she ventures into disillusion and the terror of a past life long repressed.

Head over and check out the film for yourselves…Share it with your friends and if you like it vote for it on the website….


Promo Art And Details On Pearry Teo’s “The Plague”

Check out the eye twitching, phobia inducing promo poster for Pearry Teo’s “The Plague”. The film is in development and slated for sometime in 2015. “The Plague”  tells the horror of a virus that is spread through a spider's hatchlings. The carnivorous spiders lay waste to the local populace.

A species of spider previously unknown to man is trasported to America via cargo ship from South America. The spiders begin to lay eggs inside unsuspecting humans, using them as hosts for their eggs. The carnivorous spider infestation spreads, it is up to a team of scientists and police officers to figure out the cause of the plague.

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Red Band Trailer For “The Taking Of Deborah Logan”

TTODLA red band trailer has been released for supernatural thriller “The Taking Of Deborah Logan”. The film is directed by Adam Robitel and stars Jill Larson, Anne Ramsay, Michelle Ang. “The Taking Of Deborah Logan” is set for DVD release on October 21st, 2014.

What starts as a poignant medical documentary about Deborah Leiden's descent into Alzheimer's disease and her daughter's struggles as caregiver degenerates into a maddening portrayal of dementia at its most frightening, as hair-raising events begin to plague the family and crew and an unspeakable malevolence threatens to tear the very fabric of sanity from them all.

Teaser Trailer For “The Laughing Mask”

the laughing manA teaser trailer has dropped for Michael Aguiar’s “The Laughing Mask”. The film stars Rohnja Morrow, Jeff Jenkins, Fran Rafferty, Isis Masoud Inge Uys in a story that follows a grisly murder perpetrated by a deranged killer.

Jake Johnson's wife and daughter were murdered by a Psychotic vigilante only known as The Laughing Mask. As the police look for clues and the body count begins to rise, Johnson will play a dangerous game in order to avenge his family' death.

New Poster For “V/H/S:Viral”

Check out the new poster for “V/H/S: Viral”. The film hits theatres on October 23rd, 2014. “V/H/S: Viral” brings together directors Todd Lincoln, Nacho Vigalondo, Justin Benson, Marcel Sarmiento, Aaron Moorhead, Gregg Bishop and stars Emmy Argo, Amanda Baker, Dan Caudill, Jawed El Berni, Natalia Ferreiro, Jonez Jones, Nathan Mobley among the cast in this latest anthology in the “V/H/S” franchise.

A police chase after a deranged ice cream truck has captivated the attention of the greater Los Angeles area. Dozens of fame—obsessed teens flock to the streets with their video cameras and camera phones, hell—bent on capturing the next viral video. But there is something far more sinister occurring in the streets of L.A. than a simple police chase. A resounding effect is created onto all those obsessed with capturing salacious footage for no other purpose than to amuse or titillate. Soon the discovery becomes that they themselves are the stars of the next video, one where they face their own death.


Trailer For “Dark Haul” Released

dark haulThe full trailer has been released for “Dark Haul”, part of Syfy’s 31 days of Halloween series. The film is directed by Daniel Wise and will premiere on October 4th at 9pm. “Dark Haul” stars Evalena Marie, Tom Sizemore and Rick Ravanello.

The meaning of a cryptic prophesy splits apart a team of secretive guardians as they transport by 18-wheeler truck, a deadly creature and it’s half-human sister from their now ineffective holding place to a more secure location. The sister’s hidden agenda undermines the mission releasing the beast and they end up battling for the fate of the world when the true meaning of the prophesy is discovered in this mysterious and thrilling, action-packed creature feature.

New “Extraterrestrial” Poster Reveals Grittier Abduction

Bloody Disgusting has released the artwork for the new official poster for The Vicious Brothers’ “Extraterrestrial. It gives us a grittier, more horrific hint to the abduction experience. “Extraterrestrial” is directed by Colin Minihan and stars Brittany Allen, Freddie Stroma, Melanie Papalia, Jesse Moss. The film is set to be released VOD October 17th before the November 21st theatrical release.

The film follows April (Brittany Allen), who is still reeling from her parents’ divorce when she’s dragged back to the vacation cabin she spent fond summers at as a child accompanied by a group of friends. Her trip down memory lane takes a dramatic and terrifying turn when a fireball descends from the sky and explodes in the nearby woods. Lead by her boyfriend (Freddie Stroma), the group ventures out toward the crash site and discovers the remnants of a ship from another planet along with footprints that suggest its alien occupants are still alive. The college friends soon find themselves caught in the middle of something bigger and more terrifying than anything they could ever imagine.


Crowd Funding Started For New Anthology Series ‘Urban Legends To Die For’

ULTSA crowd funding campaign has started for indie web series ‘Urban Legends To Die For’. The anthology series is being produced by Jonathan A. Moody’s Sick Flick Productions with Moody taking on directing duties. ‘Urban Legends To Die For’ plans to take the urban legend, mythology material beyond the ordinary and into new areas of storytelling.

The crowd funding campaign is taking place on Indiegogo. ‘Urban Legends To Die For’ will feature a ‘host’ format with a creepy Urban Mythology 101 Professor telling his students a new urban legend each week... with an unexpected twist!!!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Trailer And Artwork For “Don’t Blink”

don't blinkCheck out the newly released Trailer and artwork for the film “Don’t Blink”. The film is directed by Travis Oats in his feature film directorial debut and stars Mena Suvari (American Reunion, American Pie 1 & 2, American Beauty), Brian Austin Green (Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Domino), Zack Ward (A Christmas Story,Transformers, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Almost Famous)Joanne Kelly (Warehouse 13, Diamonds), Fiona Gubelmann (FX’s Wilfred, Blades of Glory, Employee of the Month), David de Lautour (DmC: Devil Man Cry), Leif Gantvoort (The Amazing Spider-Man), Curtiss Frisle (Terri), Emelie O’Hara (Josephine and the Roach, Stained Glass Window, Undocumented) and Samantha Jacober (First Winter).

“Don’t Blink” lands VOD the 19th of the month, theatrically (limited), VOD a day earlier on September 18th, 2014.

In this gripping suspense-thriller, 10 friends head to a remote mountain resort for a quiet weekend getaway. But upon their arrival, the rustic lodge is more than just sleepy … it’s deserted. Food is served, baths are drawn and signs of guests are everywhere but the forest and cabin are eerily silent, devoid of all life. With no gas, cell service or phones to be found, the anxious group is left wondering what to do next. Suddenly, one of their own vanishes – right in front of their eyes! Terror grips the friends. Miles from the nearest town, tensions run high and loyalties falter as others abruptly, and inexplicably, cease to exist!.

Savaged by fear the desperate survivors realize, Don’t Blink or you will be next!

Trailer And Stills For “The Wolves Of Savin Hill”

The Wolves Of Savin HillCheck out these stills and the first trailer for horror/noir “The Wolves Of Savin Hill”. The film is directed by John Beaton Hill and stars David Cooley, Brian Scannell, Paul Carafotes, Kurt Fuller, Jack McGee, Michael Massee, Tim deZarn, Jason Oliver, Suzanne Willard, Tiprin Mandalay, Tonya Cornelisse, Megan Davis, Jordan Van Vranken, Marco Verdier, Nicole Haddad.


Childhood friends from the streets of Boston drift apart following a shocking discovery deep in the woods of Savin Hill. Years later a tragic murder brings them together again. But for one man, it’s no mistake. A trap has been set…


After serving time for a crime he didn’t commit, TOM GREYS (DAVID COOLEY) is released from prison with a score to settle: he is dead-set on tracking down the man who set him up…his childhood best friend and L.A. cop, SEAN O’BRIEN. (BRIAN SCANNELL, GONE BABY GONE)


Ravaged by his friend’s betrayal, Tom hunts Sean through the dark streets of Los Angeles and finds himself trapped in a web of lies only a devil could weave. Face to face at last, the two men are caught in a final and explosive showdown. After years of gut-wrenching deception, it can only end with one man standing.


THE WOLVES OF SAVIN HILL is a tale of betrayal, madness and revenge, where the line between good and evil is as thin as the thread that connects us all.


My Review Of "Motivational Growth"

Don Thacker’s “Motivational Growth” is a bizarre hyperbole- truly modern. Honestly I think the film will be this generation’s “Little Shop Of Horror”, just replace the singing with fun animation graphics rife with Adult Swim quality humor. Actually take that film and shake it with some “Stay Tuned” and you have the perfect horrortini for your maturing viewing pleasure. “Motivational Growth” stars Jeffrey Combs, Adrian DiGiovanni, Danielle Doetsch, Pete Giovagnoli, Ken Brown, Hannah Stevenson and Megan Hensley. It is a story of madness in true-to-form dark, satirical entertainment.

The story follows Ian Folivor, a depressed, recluse with a strong agoraphobic agitate. The film plays out in a strange spectacle of narration, animation and melodramatic adulation of phobias. The antagonist to Folivor’s tragic character is a talking mold build-up against the bathroom sink. Lets face it, single men (sometimes even gay men) are not the best of housekeepers. So it is just a matter of time before some bacteria or fungus is allowed to evolve into a self aware annihilator of humanity. Of course there is so much to this story that I can’t talk about as not to spoil the film. Let’s just say that even though the premise, at times, seems predictable or flagrant, it still manages to carry some very entertaining and surprising moments. It is just a fun story, that is executed wonderfully by Thacker both with the writing and directing.

The special effects and sound track used on “Motivational Growth” are both very stylized, practical effects that push the story even further into the dark, satirical wasteland. The special effects offer up some truly gross and lighthearted exaggeration to the situation at hand with Folivor’s condition and circumstance. The practical effects are done nicely, reminiscent of mid 80’s horror comedy stuff –notably “TerrorVision” . The animation and graphics used actually add a sort of hallucinogenic quality to the film’s overall persona. It would have went over even more had the dude’s dealer been among the series of intrusions into Folivor’s sacred space.

The sound track is what you would expect. It doesn’t bring anything extremely new or altered to the film, but it works to create an atmosphere equal to the kind of story that Thacker is telling in “Motivational Growth”. Fun, entertaining, satirical and creepy. The film is a very strong, indie horror comedy that screams instant classic. The downer moment in the story was the actual dramatic interaction between Folivor and his object of affection. Had it been as out there as the interaction with the rest of the characters then I wouldn’t have anything bad to say about this film. Still it is a pretty stellar horror/comedy. 

Monday, September 15, 2014

New Poster For Jennifer Kent’s “The Babadook”

Check out the UK quad poster for Jennifer Kent’s “The Babadook”. The film stars Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Daniel Henshall, Hayley McElhinney, Barbara West, Ben Winspear and hits stateside on November 28th, nearly a month after the UK release.

Six years after the violent death of her husband, Amelia (Davis) is at a loss. She struggles to discipline her “out of control” 6-year-old, Samuel (Wiseman), a son she finds impossible to love. Samuel’s dreams are plagued by a monster he believes is coming to kill them both.

When a disturbing storybook called “The Babadook” turns up at their house, Samuel is convinced that the Babadook is the creature he’s been dreaming about. His hallucinations spiral out of control; he becomes more unpredictable and violent. Amelia, genuinely frightened by her son’s behavior, is forced to medicate him. But when Amelia begins to see glimpses of a sinister presence all around her, it slowly dawns on her that the thing Samuel has been warning her about may be real.


Official Trailer And Poster For “The Houses October Built”

TheHousesOctoberBuiltAn official trailer and poster has been released for upcoming horror film “The Houses October Built”. The film is directed by Bobby Roe” and follows a group of friends in search of the ultimate scare in haunted attractions. “The Houses October Built” stars Brandy Schaefer, Zack Andrews, Bobby Roe, Mikey Roe, and Jeff Larson. The film is set for October 10th release.

Looking to find an authentic, blood-curdling good fright for Halloween, five friends set off on a road trip in an RV to track down these underground Haunts. Just when their search seems to reach a dead end, strange and disturbing things start happening, and it becomes clear that the Haunt has come to them…

“Alien” 35th Anniversary Edition Release

On October 7th, Fox Home Entertainment is releasing Alien: 35th Anniversary Edition onto Blu-ray and DVD.

alienSpecial Features:
  • Audio Commentary by Director Ridley Scott, Cast and Crew
  • Audio Commentary by Ridley Scott (Theatrical Version Only)
  • Introduction by Ridley Scott (Director’s Cut Only)
  • Final Theatrical Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith
  • Composers Original Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • A reprint of the original “Alien” illustrated comic.
  • All-new, collectible art cards as a tribute to the late H.R. Giger.
Synopsis: When the crew of the space-tug Nostromo responds to a distress signal from a barren planet, they discover a mysterious life form that breeds within human hosts. The acid-blooded extraterrestrial proves to be the ultimate adversary as crew members battle to stay alive and prevent the deadly creature from reaching Earth.

Production Begins On “Our Friend Jon” Documentary

The week before Halloween will see the commencement of principal photography on Edward Payson’s next project: Our Friend John – The Documentary.

our friend jonOur Friend Jon, a collaboration between Payson’s prolific production company, An AntiHero Production, and Maria Olsen’s MOnsterworks66, will document the story of how three friends will produce and shoot the short film, Rose Thorn, written by Jonathan Hernandez. What makes this story special is that Jon passed away from complications due to Sickle Cell Anemia while writing the script, and what makes it particularly poignant is that Jon’s three friends, Nick Saporito, Brandon Joyal and Garrett Payson, all lead extremely challenging lives...

What will make this film appeal to horror fans worldwide is that Rose Thorn is a horror was Jon’s wish to become a horror filmmaker, and, by shooting his film and documenting the process, his family and friends will both celebrate his life and make his last wish come true.
In Edward’s own words:

“This is a project that really means a lot to my family and I. In August of 2013 our friend, Jonathan Hernandez passed away to complications from Sickle Cell Anemia. Before he passed away he was writing a script for a short film titled Rose Thorn. Upon his passing, his friends (all with disabilities of their own) decided to make his film and keep his memory alive forever. This is a documentary about three young men keeping their friend's dream alive.

We will be following Garrett Payson, Nick Saporito and Brandon Joyal over the course of one summer as they conceptualize and complete their fallen friend’s movie. The film will be an underdog story about these three boys making their friends film and in the process raise awareness for Sickle Cell Anemia.”

Neither Payson nor Olsen are strangers to the horror genre, and, so far, their companies’ joint productions have included Edward Payson’s Sunday Night Slaughters, an anthology horror feature. Shooting recently wrapped on SNS Episode 3, Fatally Yours, and they’re presently in pre-production for Episode 4, Cream Filling. Payson also produced, wrote and directed the notorious Cohasset Snuff Film as well as the chilling Morbid: A Love Story. MO66’s horror co-productions have included Brandon Scullion’s Live-In Fear, which premiered at the Los Angeles United Film Festival earlier this month, Christopher Dye’s Something Sinister, presently in post-production, and Shawn Chou’s Reunion, which should premiere later this year.

Olsen has also been pinned to appear in Rose Thorn as Rose, a vicious serial killer who chooses to share the gory details of her kills with a most unexpected audience... Olsen is well known in indie horror circles, and is currently appearing in film festival favorites Starry Eyes, Another and African Gothic. She has also been cast in Thomas Della Bella’s The Remains alongside True Blood’s Todd Lowe and Joston Theney’s Axeman at Cutter’s Creek follow-up, Axeman 2: Overkill. She has recently wrapped Hansel v Gretel, Lou Simon’s Agoraphobia (starring Cassandra Scerbo and Tony Todd), Jim Towns’s State of Desolation, Frolic Pictures’ Club Lingerie and Gore Orphanage, helmed by Emily Lapisardi and Cody Knotts of Breeding Farm fame.


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