Three new stills have come our way — from another dimension — for Chris Warren’s upcoming indie effort Imago, and we figured we’d share because you, dear readers … are the wind beneath our wings.
Imago follows the exploits of a young woman who is investigating the disappearance of her brother. Inside his apartment she finds the past, present, and future colliding within an alternate dimension. And with reality slowly transforming into a Lovecraftian nightmare, she only has so much time to solve the mystery and escape with her life.
The film stars Natalie Jones (Walking Distance), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Danielle Jones (Sweatshop), Melanie Donihoo (Closet Space), Parrish Randall (The Quick and the Undead), and Debbie Rochon (Nowhere Man). It is directed by newcomer Chris Warren and produced by Mel House’s Upstart Filmworks with a screenplay by Warren and House. It is associate produced by Ted Geoghegan (Barricade) and musician Jonah Matranga.
Mel House dropped us a line with some more info about Imago‘s trailer debut as well as his current project Walking Distance:
“Upstart Filmworks will be debuting the IMAGO trailer at the Texas Blood Bath Film Festival in November. Our 2007 feature CLOSET SPACE is screening as part of the festival, and we’ll be unveiling the IMAGO trailer as well as a new WALKING DISTANCE clip right before the CLOSET SPACE screening. So for all those Texas folk that keep clamoring to see our multi-dimensional tentacle extravaganza…this may be their only chance this year, as we have no domestic release lined up yet.
As for IMAGO and DISTANCE – it looks like they’ll be completed about the same time so when that time comes, we may be unloading both barrels at once. IMAGO director Chris Warren is about halfway through the first rough cut of the movie so things are moving pretty quickly on that. It’s actually taking on a JACOB’S LADDER-ish feel, which we hadn’t counted on, but are (of course) totally okay with. DISTANCE, on the other hand, is a huge project with lots of involved post-production so it’s taking a little longer to get everything done just right. IMAGO was sort of designed to be the opposite of that – lean and mean. So…it will definitely be interesting to unleash both on the world.”
More as we get it! Dig on the stills below.
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