Modernciné has released a new behind-the-scenes image from All Cheerleaders Die, a high school-set supernatural thriller written and directed by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me). The flick has entered ADR. Check it out!
Modernciné has finalized the cast for and is set to begin production on All Cheerleaders Die, a high school-set supernatural thriller written and directed by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me).
With The Lost director Chris Sivertson established himself as a genre director to be watched. Part of what made the film so damned good was actor Marc Senter's chilling performance. The good news? The duo are reteaming to do another film. The bad?
If you're in Hollywood on September 25th, why not stop by the Virgin Megastore on Hollywood Blvd. where the lovely ladies of Wicked Lake (review) and Ministry's Al Jourgensen will be hanging out?
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Carlee Baker, Eryn Joslyn, Eve Mauro, Robin Sydney, Michael Esparza, Marc Senter Directed by Zach Passero
Fever Dreams, the production company behind Tokyo Gore Police and Shadow: Dead Riot, just announced the premiere date for their latest horror opus, Wicked Lake, directed by Zach Passero.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from doing the horror DVD list every week, it’s that if you’re in high school or college and plan a weekend trip to anywhere that isn’t overpopulated, you better count on most of your crew getting offed. Everyone’s doing it now, including Chris (The Lost) Sivertson and Adam (Going to Pieces) Rockoff in their latest script, Wicked Lake.
Fever Dreams announced today that production has officially started (again) on Wicked Lake, the latest from producer Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me) that we heard last month was "officially" starting ("Wicked Lake Rolls" – September 2007).
Fever Dreams LLC sent out a press release today to announce the official beginning of production on Wicked Lake, the women-in-peril horror flick we first told you about a few months back (“Wicked Lake Teases” – April 2007)
Seems that directing his first decent-budgeted film is doing well for The Lost (review) helmer Chris Siverston.
Is it really a good idea to promote the fact that you made Shadow: Dead Riot and Flesh for the Beast when promoting your latest film? It’s not like those two are massive genre hits or anything...
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Marc Senter, Shay Astar, Alex Frost, Megan Henning Directed by Chris Sivertson