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Open the Crypt on DVD This Week

Following a brief, incredibly limited, theatrical run, The Crypt is coming to DVD...tomorrow. That's according to a press release issued by Triumphant Entertainment this morning - talk about advance notice. Directed by Craig McMahon, The Crypt 's central theme surrounds a gang of six young criminals who set out to steal a cache of jewelry and soon find themselves trapped in a dark maze of crypts and catacombs. The movie features Sarah Oh, Mike Ranallo, Abra May and Joanna Ke. McMahon's credits include Sportkill , Orville and this fall's Lionsgate release Machined Reborn . More on The Crypt can be found at the official site .
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The Crypt Release Date

Gutter Films feature "The Crypt," will be available for fans this June 25. Filmed in Scottsdale, Arizona the film showcases the talents of Hollywood Yates (American Gladiators) and Michael Ranallo (Hotel Paradise) who explore the depths of a pre-Depression era burial chamber. The first trailer for "The Crypt," shows some very sinister looking villains who would like nothing better than adding the characters to their maze-like chamber forever! Check out the fun inside.

A synopsis for "The Crypt," here...

Six young criminals break into hidden catacombs underneath their town and attempt to steal jewelry buried from the Great Depression ... only to find inhabitants guarding the precious belongings. After being trapped in this dark maze of crypts, the group tries to escape alive (Myspace...).

Release Date : June 25th, 2009.

Director: Craig McMahon.

Writer: Craig McMahon

Cast: Sarah Oh, Cristen Irene, Joanna Ke, Delaina Stevens, R. Keith Wilson, Savanah McMahon, and Hollywood Yates.
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New Flash Poster for The Crypt

The perfect complement to a good trailer is a nice bit of artwork, and since we live in the time of The Jetsons (sans the jet-packs and flying cars), posters have become increasingly more intricate. Such is the case for this latest poster for Craig McMahon's The Crypt!

Starring Sarah Oh, Abra May, Cristen Irene, Joanna Ke, Delaina Stevens, Hollywood Yates, Michael Ranallo, and Seth Gandrud The Crypt centers upon the story of six young criminals who break into hidden catacombs underneath their town and attempt to steal jewelry buried during the "Great Depression" only to find its inhabitants guarding the precious belongings.

Check out the new motion poster by clicking here, and then dig on the trailer from yesterday below. Look for more on this little slice of undead badassery soon!

For more dig on the official Crypt The Movie website and visit them on The Crypt MySpace page!
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Trailer: The Crypt

People never learn. You don't plunder coffins in search of riches. That shit never ends well, man. Craig McMahon's latest film The Crypt gives a perfect example as to why the dead should be left buried!

The film starring Sarah Oh, Abra May, Cristen Irene, Joanna Ke, Delaina Stevens Hollywood Yates, Michael Ranallo, and Seth Gandrud centers upon the story of six young criminals who break into hidden catacombs underneath their town and attempt to steal jewelry buried during the "Great Depression" only to find its inhabitants guarding the precious belongings.

For more dig on the official Crypt The Movie website and visit them on The Crypt MySpace page! Enough talking! Dig on the trailer below!

The Crypt - Trailer

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Terrors lurking in indie Crypt

Craig McMahon, writer/director of 2006’s MacHined, got in touch with a bit of info and some exclusive images from his latest fright feature, The Crypt. “We shot the film in Arizona,” McMahon tells Fango, “all in sets built over a three-month period, with parts filmed in an underwater tank.”

McMahon (pictured in first photo with associate producer Nathan Hill) also served as cinematographer and editor on the movie, and says, “I shot it with heavy influences of very early horror of the 1930s and ’40s. The story centers on these criminals who break into crypts looking for jewelry hidden during the Great Depression, and run into creatures from the era that won’t allow anyone to take from them. For the most part, the cast is made up of new talent, but we do have ‘The Wolf’ [a.k.a. Hollywood Yates] from NBC’s American Gladiators and Michael Ranallo from Fox’s Hotel Paradise.
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