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2012 | 2010

3 items from 2012


Cast Update, Teaser Poster for Stripped, Shooting to Begin This Week

5 June 2012 8:38 PM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

On the eve of principal photography for the film Stripped, Wildworks Productions, director/producer John Wildman, and producers Farah White, Adam Dietrich and Justina Walford announced key changes in the cast, with Melodie Sisk, Gabriel Horn and R.J. Hanson joining the horror thriller.

Filming is set to begin in Dallas, Texas on Friday, June 8.

Sisk has been cast to play the leader of a “family” of malevolent women that threaten the lives of a trio of young men on a birthday outing, with Horn and Sanford set to play two brothers that are part of that trio. Sisk and Horn replace the previously announced Tiffany Shepis and Michael Guarnera.

Wildman said, “We couldn’t be more excited by these additions to the film. Melodie and Gabriel are both accomplished indie producers as well as actors with a proven talent for challenging themselves and audiences with their past projects. All »

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Stripped Ready to Start Shooting! New Casting News!

5 June 2012 5:04 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

After a couple of years of talking about John Wildman's horror flick Stripped, things are finally moving, and the flick is ready to go before cameras with some new additions to the cast. Read on for details. Dig it!

From the Press Release

On the eve of principal photography for the film Stripped, Wildworks Productions, director/producer John Wildman, and producers Farah White, Adam Dietrich and Justina Walford announced key changes in the cast, with Melodie Sisk, Gabriel Horn and R.J. Hanson joining the horror thriller. Filming is set to begin in Dallas, Texas on Friday, June 8. Sisk has been cast to play the leader of a “family” of malevolent women that threaten the lives of a trio of young men on a birthday outing, with Horn and Sanford set to play two brothers that are part of that trio. Sisk and Horn replace the previously announced Tiffany Shepis and Michael Guarnera. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Stripped Finally Goes into Production!

4 May 2012 12:31 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We've been talking about John Wildman's horror flick Stripped for about two years now, and we are extremely happy to report that the little indie flick that's home to some stunning eye candy is finally gettin' cookin'!

From the Press Release

Wildworks Productions announced that the horror thriller Stripped, initially set to film two years ago in 2010, will begin principal photography in Dallas, Texas this June. Directed by John Wildman from a script co-penned by Wildman and Justina Walford, the film will star the previously announced trio of popular horror film scream queen Tiffany Shepis (pictured below; The Violent Kind, Night Of The Demons), adult film icon Michelle “Belladonna” Sinclair, who will make her mainstream feature film debut, and internationally accomplished actor Samrat Chakrabarti (The Waiting City, Kissing Cousins). The film also stars Michael Guarnera (“Desperate Housewives”, “NCIS”).

The effort to get the film before cameras is headed by executive producers Ruth Mutch, »

- Uncle Creepy

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