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Results, revelations and revenge is the trinity of terror present in Toby Osborne's arthouse horror 'Virginia Obscura'. Production has just begun on the Summer 2013 release and the first look at a piece of poster art plus the full synopsis are right here. The concept...'At the heart of most slasher films, there's a bunch of sex-crazed teenagers getting drunk and wild, but what if a masked killer doesn't crash the party? Instead what if, 20 years later, their darkest sins are suddenly exposed...and punished.' The new horror project stars a whole mixture of classic 80's horror and b-movie stars plus some fresh genre faces as well. We have Matt Mitler ('Basketcase 2'), Ken Abraham ('Creepozoids', 'Hobgoblins') and Linnea Quigley ('Return Of The Living Dead') all on board and will also enjoy roles also from newcomers Christopher Marrone ('Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies' »
By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com
Production has begun for the upcoming horror film Virginia Obscura, a grindhouse-meets-arthouse horror/thriller, starring Matt Mitler (The Mutilator), Ken Abraham (Creepozoids), Linnea Quigley (Return Of The Living Dead), Jessica Cameron (Silent Night) and Christopher Marrone (Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies) in a film by Toby Osborne.
Check out a larger version of the poster below the press release.
From The Press Release:
“I’m thrilled to bring together an incredible cast of stars from the 1980’s horrors and cult B-movies that we know and love, as well as the next generation of genre stars following in their footsteps,” says Osborne who is making his directorial debut, based on his original script which placed in the top 25 at Screamfest and Shriekfest Film Festivals.
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