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Several new variant one-sheets for the new indie horror flick from Red Headed Revolution Pictures, The Lashman, just landed in our inbox, and of course we have the straight dope for you right here.
The Cameron McCasland directed film features tons of fresh meat for the beast including Stacey Dixon, Shawn C. Phillips (Showtime's "Look"), Jeremy Jones, David Vaughan, Kaylee Williams, David Chattam (21 Grams, The Last Castle), Lee Vervoort (Gun Town, Last Kind Words), Todd Bush (Country Strong, TV's "Tough Trade") Terry Gragg (Nickel Children, Outlaw Country) Tim Emery (Gun Town), Bob King (Daultry Calhoun, Make Out With Violence), and Larry Underwood (TV's "Dr. Gangrene's Creature Feature").
The Lashman is a tale of terror. Five friends »
- Uncle Creepy
by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com
The folks over at Red Headed Revolution Pictures have released a teaser trailer for their bloody campfire flick called The Lashman.
The film is by Cameron McCasland, and the teaser trailer aligns with the first poster key art and the official website launch of the movie, www.LashmanMovie.com. Check out the teaser trailer below, it looks pretty creepy and has an old style throwback feel to it. Enjoy!
About The Lashman
The Lashman is a tale of Terror. Five friends set out for a weekend camping excursion to find that their camp fire tales have turned into their worst nightmares.
The Lashman features a variety of fresh faces, including Stacey Dixon (Monster Cruise, Old Habits Die Hard) , Shawn C. Phillips (Assault of the Sasquatch, Banshee, TV’s Look) , Jeremy Jones (Decision, TV’s Dreadful Hallowgreen Special) David Vaughan (Crazy Girl), and Kaylee Williams(The Many Monsters of Sarah Roth, »
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