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7 items from 2009


Give Thanks for the Trailer for Imago

26 November 2009 2:43 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We've been telling you about Chris Warren's Imago for quite a long time now. We've shown you stills, gotten you quotes, etc. Finally a trailer has reared its head and things are looking pretty good for this indie effort starring a couple of familiar faces.

The film stars Natalie Jones (Walking Distance), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Danielle Jones (Sweatshop), Melanie Donihoo (Closet Space), Parrish Randall (The Quick and the Undead), and Debbie Rochon (Nowhere Man). It is directed by newcomer Chris Warren and produced by Mel House's Upstart Filmworks with a screenplay by Warren and House. It is associate produced by Ted Geoghegan (Barricade) and musician Jonah Matranga.

Imago follows the exploits of a young woman who is investigating the disappearance of her brother. Inside his apartment she finds the past, present, and future colliding within an alternate dimension. And with reality slowly transforming into a Lovecraftian nightmare, »

- Uncle Creepy

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Imago Exclusive Photos & Trailer Release Info!

10 September 2009 7:50 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Imago producer Mel House got in touch and hooked us up with a few exclusive stills from the flick, along with info on it's trailer debut! The film stars Natalie Jones (Walking Distance), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Danielle Jones (Sweatshop), Melanie Donihoo (Closet Space), Parrish Randall (The Quick and the Undead), and Debbie Rochon (Nowhere Man). Newcomer Chris Warren directs while Mel House's Upstart Filmworks produces from a screenplay by Warren and House. Associate producers include Ted Geoghegan (Barricade) and musician Jonah Matranga (Far). Here's the trailer info:

Upstart Filmworks will be debuting the Imago trailer at the Texas Blood Bath Film Festival in November (http://www.texasbloodbath.com/). Our 2007 feature Closet Space is screening as part of the festival, and we'll be unveiling the Imago trailer as well as a new Walking Distance clip right before the Closet Space screening. So for all those »

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Exclusive: New Stills from Imago

9 September 2009 2:55 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Three new stills have come our way -- from another dimension -- for Chris Warren's upcoming indie effort Imago, and we figured we'd share because you, dear readers ... are the wind beneath our wings.

Imago follows the exploits of a young woman who is investigating the disappearance of her brother. Inside his apartment she finds the past, present, and future colliding within an alternate dimension. And with reality slowly transforming into a Lovecraftian nightmare, she only has so much time to solve the mystery and escape with her life.

The film stars Natalie Jones (Walking Distance), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Danielle Jones (Sweatshop), Melanie Donihoo (Closet Space), Parrish Randall (The Quick and the Undead), and Debbie Rochon (Nowhere Man). It is directed by newcomer Chris Warren and produced by Mel House's Upstart Filmworks with a screenplay by Warren and House. It is associate produced »

- Uncle Creepy

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Imago Starts Shooting! Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Pic!

6 August 2009 9:50 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Imago is about a young woman investigating the disappearance of her brother. Inside his seemingly-normal apartment, she finds the past, present, and future colliding within an alternate dimension - and with reality slowly transforming into a seething Lovecraftian nightmare, she only has so much time to solve the mystery of what has happened in this dark place and somehow escape with her life.

The film stars Natalie Jones (Walking Distance), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Danielle Jones (Sweatshop), Melanie Donihoo (Closet Space), Parrish Randall (The Quick and the Undead), and Debbie Rochon (Nowhere Man). It is directed by newcomer Chris Warren and produced by Mel House's Upstart Filmworks, with a screenplay by Warren and House. It is associate produced by Ted Geoghegan (Barricade) and musician Jonah Matranga.

It is currently filming in Houston, Texas.

The exclusive still below features the remains of someone unlucky enough to venture onto the other side. »

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Exclusive: First Two Stills From Imago

5 August 2009 4:59 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Alternate dimensions can be a real bitch. Especially ones that unleash all manners of horrors on our troubled enough lives. Such is the case for our poor protagonist in Chris Warren's indie effort Imago.

Imago follows the exploits of a young woman who is investigating the disappearance of her brother. Inside his apartment she finds the past, present, and future colliding within an alternate dimension. And with reality slowly transforming into a Lovecraftian nightmare, she only has so much time to solve the mystery and escape with her life.

The film stars Natalie Jones (Walking Distance), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Danielle Jones (Sweatshop), Melanie Donihoo (Closet Space), Parrish Randall (The Quick and the Undead), and Debbie Rochon (Nowhere Man). It is directed by newcomer Chris Warren and produced by Mel House's Upstart Filmworks with a screenplay by Warren and House.

Check out our exclusive »

- Uncle Creepy

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[DVD News] - Srs DVD presents "Splatter Movie"

14 July 2009 12:24 PM, PDT | www.ohmygore.com/ | See recent OhMyGore news »

"Splatter Movie: The Director's Cut" Starring: Amy Lynn Best, Tom Sullivan ("The Evil Dead"), Debbie Rochon ("Nowhere Man"), Sofiya Smirnova ("A Feast Of Flesh"), Elske McCain ("Poultrygeist"), Rachelle Williams (Jess Franco's "Take-away Spirit"). A surreal and off-beat "documentary" about the making of a slasher movie called "Tessaract" (which, in turn, is about a group of filmmakers shooting a movie called "Splatter Movie") whose cast and crew is being stalked by a killer masquerading as the film's fictional killer. Written by Mike Watt and directed by and starring Amy Lynn Best, "Splatter Movie" quickly spirals into bizarre territory as the line between film and reality blurs?then disappears entirely! DVD Extras Companion movie (29 minutes) Outtakes Easter »

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Sony Pictures deals into The Poker Club

2 February 2009 7:39 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Fango got the tip that Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release the psychological thriller The Poker Club on DVD. It’s the first produced film based on a novel by genre author Ed Gorman.

Directed by Nowhere Man’s Tim McCann and scripted by actor Johnathon Schaech and Cemetery Dance founder/editor Richard Chizmar (who also penned Masters Of Horror’s The Washingtonians, Fear Itself’S Eater and the upcoming Stephen King film From A Buick 8), the movie stars Schaech, Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid’s Johnny Messner, Loren Dean and Michael Risley as four friends who are interrupted by a burglar one night during their weekly card game. They accidentally kill the intruder, and their attempts to cover up the crime only make things worse for them. The cast also includes Judy Reyes, Lori Heuring and Jana Kramer (the latter two of whom also appeared opposite »

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