It’s been a long while since we’ve heard anything about Crispin Glover’s next genre project, I Scream Man, but an update on the film’s progress has just hit, and as always it’s our duty to keep you in the loop.
Shock Till You Drop spoke with director J.T. Mollner about the project this weekend and he confirmed that he will indeed be directing the movie and that some more cast members have signed on including John Schneider, Christopher Eberts, and Mikos Zavros (who will also be helping Mollner with the script).
Schneider has replaced Fred Ward and will be playing the heroine’s father, and Crispin Glover and Dee Wallace are still very much attached, with Glover playing the I Scream Man himself.
“A small, sleepy town has its share of secrets. In Hooper, Wyoming, the children have their own dark secret. When a psychologically bruised street vendor rolls into town using sweets as a facade for his vicious intentions, it means death is near for the guilty.
He has come for a reason. He won’t leave until he has cleansed Hooper of its depravity; until he has exterminated the ones who deserve it. Lynda Stichin and Bobby Mills are living their slow-paced lives in this peaceful, isolated, and seemingly innocent slice of rural Americana. Soon, one innocent child’s slip of the tongue will draw them into the cyclical trap of the churn, bringing them painfully close to the sharp, blood-drenched blades of the grizzly truth. Some questions are better left unanswered. The cycle of violence continues.
What is your crime?”
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