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Raine Brown talks new acting/producing project

21 May 2009 11:43 AM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Actress Raine Brown, a regular on the New York independent horror scene, dropped Fango a line with word of her latest project as both producer and star. She has teamed up on the movie, titled I

“This was an idea Billy and I came up with about two years ago, shortly after starring together in the yet-to-be-released Psycho Holocaust,” Brown tells us. “Basically, it’s Mr. And Mrs. Smith meets Silence Of The Lambs on a shoestring budget—a dark comedy with wacky characters and cool effects scenes.”

In addition to her acting and producing duties, Brown will handle the film’s costumes, while Garberina (whose credits include Gimme Skelter and Necroville) will direct and edit. “We’re both actors who like to make their own opportunities,” says Brown, who also appears opposite Garberina in the upcoming Braincell, “and we wanted to be part of a movie that gave us »

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