Talk about a match made in heaven … or possibly hell … Roger Corman, Joe Dante, and Corey Feldman are teaming up for a little project called Splatter, which will be Netflix’s first ever live streaming web series.
Corey revealed some details on his official blog, The Feldman Journal:
“After 18 years the legendary director Joe Dante and I are reteaming once again. This will mark the 3rd project I have done with Joe, the first since 1989’s The Burbs. It came as a shock to me when I received a call from Roger Corman’s office telling me that they were producing a new project that Joe would be directing and they both wanted me to head up the cast as the lead character. Now this will prove to be my 4th project together with Roger, [and] apparently this will be Joe’s 7th project with Roger. So the point is we have all worked together individually, but we have never teamed up together.
So the project we are doing is a very scary exciting one. I cannot tell you everything as there are still some restrictions until next week. But here’s what I can tell you. We are joined together by the power of Netflix. The project is titled Splatter. Splatter will be a multi-episode web series that will go live on the web on Halloween weekend. My character’s name is Johnny Splatter. That is pretty much all I am allowed to say for now. But I must give you a warning … this is not for little kids. The material is graphic in nature, and parental discretion is strongly advised.”
Sounds pretty cool, no? Hide the kiddies, dig on the teaser below, and then keep an eye on the official Splatter site, which should be updated shortly.
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