Breath of Hate
Hey, Dread fiends, hope you all had a relaxing Labor Day! Now that you've had some time to reboot, The Horror Chick Heather Wixson has your next Breath of Hate on-set Video Production Blog.
Welcome back, Dread-ites, to The Horror Chick Heather Wixson's video production blog for Breath of Hate - Day Five. Who knows what mayhem lies ahead!
Day four was known to all on set as "Strip Club Day." The cast and crew headed over to The Classy Lady for this particular day which meant there would be some half-naked girls on set. And while we can't show ya nudity (hey, we have standards we have to live by too sometimes!), we do have some good stuff in here including interviews with Ted Prior and some one-on-one time with Jason Mewes.
Hey, Dread Central fiends! Welcome to Heather "The Horror Chick" Wixson's production video blog for Day Three of Sean Cain's Breath of Hate.
Hello, readers, and welcome to the production video blog for Day Two of Sean Cain's Breath of Hate. On this day genre favorite Ezra Buzzington arrived for his scenes as "Hate." Let's just say that Ezra is not camera-shy, and he's got some wicked cool dance moves to boot!
Hey, horror fiends, here's the first installment of a new series of production video blogs from the horror/thriller Breath of Hate brought to you by Dread Central's own Horror Chick, Heather Wixson.
Sean (Silent Night, Zombie Night) Cain, director of the upcoming Hammer Films/ArsonCuff Entertainment horror feature Breath of Hate, tipped Dread off today of his casting of actor Jason Mewes. The Clerks and Feast alum will star in Breath of Hate alongside the previously announced Ezra (Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2) Buzzington and Felissa (Return to Sleepaway Camp) Rose.
Filmmaker Sean Cain, who’s currently mixing sound for his holiday ghoul opus Silent Night, Zombie Night, sat down with Dread Central yesterday to give us an update on that project, as well as his currently-casting Velvet Hammer Films/ArsonCuff Entertainment feature Breath of Hate, which “centers around a young woman in the escort business, who on her last job is confronted by a trio of escaped mental patients looking to change the world; one victim at a time” (according to the film’s PR).
Ezra Buzzington's name might not jump off of the page at you, but I can assure you you've been terrorized by him quite a few times in the past, whether it be from him flipping his cock around in Art School Confidential or playing a faceless mutant in The Hills Have Eyes remake. With his latest film Buzzington will be cranking up the terror once again!
Don’t let the title Silent Night, Zombie Night fool you. While writer/director Sean Cain is clearly paying homage to the campy 80s slasher flick Silent Night, Deadly Night, there’s nothing campy about his latest film.