A new film from fledgling director MJ Dixon is reported to have wrapped up principal photography over in the UK. Mycho Pictures was kind enough to drop us a note on the status of Creepsville as well as a film synopsis and breakdown to let us know what we’re in for. Read below!
Creepsville follows Linden, a young man on a night out with his girlfriend. When the couple get into the wrong taxi, a nightmare quickly develops that finds Linden on the run from three masked maniacs and his girl friend, Amy, in even bigger trouble. Shot on location in Lancashire, England, Creepsville is a strong, terrifying horror story with plenty of gore and action on the side. The film features several set pieces including a daring rooftop battle, an epic hospital siege, and a huge underground finale set on an abandoned train.
The creatures and makeup in the film have been crafted to reflect the dirty, gritty look of the film that takes old and new fears and combines them with the attitude of British filmmaking legend Ken Loach to form a classic horror theme with a more realistic touch. Creepsville is the first independently produced feature film from Mycho Pictures, who most recently came in 1st place in the Dread Central “8 Shorts to Die For” contest with their film Eyespy. Without funding, Creepsville was put together on a lot of blood, sweat, tears, and a pure love of the horror genre and a cast and crew who were determined not to let a lack of funding bring the film to a standstill.
For additional and up-to-date information on Creepsville, visit the film’s official website!
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