Los Angeles-based CineTel Films has acquired worldwide rights to supernatural thriller The Toybox and will launch sales in Cannes.
Denise Richards and Mischa Barton star in the tale of a family on a cross-country trip who fall prey to a supernatural force in the desert. Production wrapped in April.
The film also stars Jeff Denton, Brian Nagel, Greg Violand, Matt Mercer, Malika Michelle, David H. Greathouse and Katie Keene.
Tom Nagel directs from a screenplay he co-wrote with Denton.
Jeff Miller, Tom Nagel, Brian Nagel and Denton are producing, while Jim Jacobsen, Eric Brenner, and Ronnie D. Lee serve as executive producers.
Paul Hertzberg negotiated the deal for CineTel Films with Eric Brenner on behalf of the filmmakers.
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Wolf Creek Series Clip: "About Wolf Creek: Pop’s limited series event--inspired by one of the "25 best horror movies since 2000" (Av Squad), one of the "100 Best Horror films" (Time Out) and one of the "25 Best Horror Movies Since The Shining" (Vulture)--is an intense psychological thriller premiering Friday, October 14, at 10/9c. It stars John Jarratt as killer Mick Taylor, wreaking havoc in the Australian Outback except, this time, things are different. The series turns an entire genre on its head when a 19-year-old American college student, played by rising star Lucy Fry, survives Taylor’s massacre of her family and sets out for revenge.
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The cast includes Klariza Clayton (Harry Brown, Blood Money, Skins), Scott Chambers (Chicken, Hush, The Hippopotamus), Alex Sawyer (House of Anubis), Kate Greer, Becky Fletcher,
Clowntown is the collaboration of first-time feature length director Tom Nagel and Axe Giant: Wrath of Paul Bunyan writer Jeff Miller. This pairing of minds might result in a rather interesting experience, especially when “Bunyan” writer Miller is concerned. I saw “Bunyan” and happened to find it hilarious. So going into this film, I think I had different expectation that the result I got was.
I envisioned with a name like Clowntown a visceral sort of Krampus film that will end up making me laugh and creep me out at the same time.
Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Tom. Coulrophobia—the fear of clowns—is something that a lot of people can relate to. How did you and your creative team set out to portray clowns in your film and make them as scary as possible?
Tom Nagel: In ClownTown, my vision of the clowns was to be something different from what most people are accustomed to. We wanted to come up with something fresh and different, but something that still satisfied the fear of clowns. While we were conceptualizing with the effects team, I guided them to design our clowns to
However that creepy current cultural footnote resolves itself, the very thought of suddenly spying some Insane Clown Posse wannabe lurking on the far side of a parking lot or empty schoolyard is more chilling than anything in “ClownTown.” This regional slasher offers nothing recognizably based on a “true event,
Directed by Tom Nagel, making his feature film directorial debut, and written by Jeff Miller, the movie is loosely inspired by the costumed men who terrorized Bakersfield, CA in 2014. Starring Brian Nagel, Lauren Elise, Andrew Staton, Katie Keene and Jeff Denton, “ClownTown” centers around a group of friends who get stranded in a seemingly abandoned town and find themselves being stalked by a gang of violent psychopaths dressed as clowns.
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Clown films have become increasingly popular this year; Eli Roth produced the horror flick “Clown,” Rob Zombie directed “31” and there’s currently a remake of Stephen King’s “It” on the way.
Jeff Miller’s story is rather simple. Four weary travelers attempt to reach their concert vacation destination
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“Clowntown tells the story of a group of friends who get stranded in a seemingly abandoned town and find themselves stalked by a gang of violent psychopaths dressed as clowns. It is loosely inspired by the clowns who terrorized Bakersfield, California, in 2014.”
ClownTown is set for release on September 30th in the States and features a cast that includes Brian Nagel, Lauren Elise, Andrew Staton, Katie Keene and David Greenhouse. It is available now on DVD in the UK.
– Drafthouse Films has announced that they will release Stephen Kijak’s “We Are X” in New York and Los Angeles on October 21, followed by nationwide expansion. The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, where it was awarded the Special Jury Prize for editing, and follows the enigmatic Yoshiki, leader of the Japanese band X Japan.
“You will not believe the trials and tribulations that the arena-filling, mega-band X Japan have faced in their 30 year career,” said Drafthouse Films founder Tim League of the news. “This documentary will leave you equally breathless and uplifted. It is the best music doc of the year, and we are honored to bring it to American audiences.”
– Array has announced the acquisition of “Honeytrap,
Directed by actor-turned-director Tom Nagel the plot centers on a group of friends who get stranded in an apparently abandoned town which is actually home to a group of psychopaths who like to dress up as clowns. Needless to say, it makes for some scary images.
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