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Ricky Church pays a visit to the set of the horror film The Heretics…
Last week I was invited out to the set of Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment’s, the people who developed Antisocial, The Drownsman and Bite, latest endeavor: The Heretics, an upcoming horror film that focuses on a woman who was kidnapped by a cult at a young age. After surviving their sacrificial ritual, she’s kidnapped again years later by surviving cult members who want to see the ritual fully completed. The primary set is an impressive log cabin built from scratch by the crew out in the middle of the woods that is just as creepy in the daytime as it must be at night.
Photo Credits: Brandon Marsh Photography
The intention of The Heretics is to create a character driven film that focuses on a survivor’s quest through their trauma. “The original »
- Ricky Church
Getting ready for a wedding can be stressful, but mutating into an insect before the big day raises the anxiety level a few dozen notches for bride-to-be Casey in Bite, the new horror film from Chad Archibald that has just been acquired by Shout! Factory for Us distribution, with a theatrical release slated for this summer:
Press Release: Los Angeles, CA and Toronto, CA – March 7th, 2016 – Shout! Factory, a multi-platform media company, and Breakthrough Entertainment, have entered into an exclusive film deal to distribute the visceral body-horror feature Bite in the United States. Directed by Chad Archibald, produced by Black Fawn Films (The Drownsman), and distributed worldwide by Breakthrough Entertainment, Bite had a sensational premiere at the 2015 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, where it won an Audience Award. Bite has recently played at numerous top international genre film festivals to press acclaim and great audience enthusiasm. The announcement was made today by Shout! »
- Derek Anderson
Chad Archibald, producer of Antisocial (a personal fave) turns his hand to directing with a film which is a bold attempt to create an all-new horror villain in The Drownsman. And hey, what’s not to like about another horror film starring the wonderful Michelle Mylett?
This time round Mylett plays Madison who, after almost drowning in a lake, develops debilitating hydrophobia and with good reason. It’s not just water the frightens Madison, it’s the supernatural entity that continually haunts her through it, a rancid ghostly entity trying to pull her into his dark, wet world. Her friends, worried for her sanity, decide to stage an intervention – with dire consequences. Their attempts to help their friend only unleash the drownsman’s rage »
- Phil Wheat
3 items from 2016
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