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Hell Freezes Over in Dan Walton's 'Bind'

15 December 2009 3:11 PM, PST | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

Hell just froze over.... Shooting begins this March in Vancouver on Bind, producer Dan Walton's (Gutterballs, Hanger) directorial debut. In the feature a weekend getaway to a scenic winter wonderland takes a deadly turn when a group of friends find themselves pitted against the elements and a dark presence with a bloody agenda. Christa Campbell (2001 Maniacs), Al Santos (Jeepers Creepers 2, American Gangster), Wolfgang J Weber (Into The Darkness), Travis Aaron Wade (Pig Hunt), Raine Brown (100 Tears) and Jessica Von (The Taken, Bloody Mary) all star. SFX work is being handled by Brian Sipe (Star Trek, Van Helsing, Pirates of the Caribbean). »

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Bind Casting, Synopsis, and Start Date

13 December 2009 4:56 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything regarding filmmaker Dan Walton’s planned feature directorial debut Bind, but today that’s all changed. Walton (who served as co-executive producer on 2008’s lurid Gutterballs) informed us that the film (which now features the tag-line "Hell Just Froze Over") is set to go before cameras in March of 2010 in Vancouver, Canada, and also provided us with a synopsis of the 80’s horror homage and an updated cast list.

According to Walton, who will direct from his own script, Bind tells the story of “a weekend getaway to a scenic winter wonderland that takes a deadly turn when a group of friends find themselves pitted against the elements and a dark presence with a bloody agenda.”

FX man Brian Sipe, whose previous credits include Van Helsing and Pirates of the Caribbean, will be on hand to provide what is expected »

- SeanD.

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Walton and Cast are Put in a Bind

12 December 2009 | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Filmmaker Dan Walton gave us the drop on a new project he's writing and directing. In March, he'll begin filming Bind starring Christa Campbell, Al Santos, Wolfgang, J. Weber, Travis Aaron Wade, Raine Brown and Jessica Von. The story tells of a weekend getaway to a scenic winter wonderland that takes a deadly turn when a group of friends find themselves pitted against the elements and a dark presence with a bloody agenda. Brian Sipe - whose work can be seen in Star Trek , Van Helsing and Pirates of the Caribbean - is on FX duties. Walton recently produced Hanger and Gutterballs . More info as it comes! »

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Cannom Nabs Oscar® for 'Button'

22 February 2009 3:52 PM, PST | makeupmag.com | See recent MakeupMag news »

Oscar® nominees gather day before for symposiumGreg Cannom won the 2009 Academy Award® for Achievement in Makeup for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. This was Cannom.s ninth Academy Award® nomination, and he previously won for Mrs. Doubtfire (1994, with Ve Neill and Yolanda Toussieng) and Dracula (1993, with Michèle Burke and Matthew Mungle). During the Feb. 22 broadcast, he thanked the film.s cast; his agent, Helen Cohen; the movie studios and the city of New Orleans, where much of the film was shot. .I share this with Colleen Callaghan, who should be up here with me,. Cannom said in his acceptance speech. He also thanked make-up artists and hairstylists Jean Black, Fionagh Cush, Elaine Offers, Miles Teves, Brian Sipe, Will Huff, Todd Tucker, Harvey Lowry, Mark Jacszyn, Alexei O'Brien, Mark Nieman, Chris Gallaher, Art Pimental, Martin Astles, Susan Kalinowski and Natascha and Favian Wigs. »

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Cannon Nabs Oscar® for .Button.

21 February 2009 9:00 PM, PST | makeupmag.com | See recent MakeupMag news »

Greg Cannom won the 2009 Academy Award® for Achievement in Makeup for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. This was CannomÂ.s ninth Academy Award® nomination, and he previously won for Mrs. Doubtfire (1994, with Ve Neill and Yolanda Toussieng) and Dracula (1993, with Michèle Burke and Matthew Mungle). During the Feb. 22 broadcast, he thanked the filmÂ.s cast; his agent, Helen Cohen; the movie studios and the city of New Orleans, where much of the film was shot. Â.I share this with Colleen Callaghan, who should be up here with me,Â. Cannom said in his acceptance speech. He also thanked make-up artists and hairstylists Jean Black, Fionagh Cush, Elaine Offers, Miles Teves, Brian Sipe, Will Huff, Todd Tucker, Harvey Lowry, Mark Jacszyn, Alexei O'Brien, Mark Nieman, Chris Gallaher, Art Pimental, Martin Astles, Susan Kalinowski and Natascha and Favian Wigs. »

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