This past weekend After Dark’s Horrorfest 4 rolled out the red carpet for writer/director Brian Pulido’s entry into the genre film fest, The Graves, at the Beverly Center.
On hand for the event was Pulido as well as Graves stars Bill Moseley, Jillian Murray, Clare Grant, and Shane Stevens. Dread Central’s Heather Wixson was on the scene to capture all the excitement from the carpet.
“In The Graves, two inseparable sisters, Megan (Grant) and Abby (Murray) Graves, are taking one last wild road trip before Megan has to start a new job. The journey includes a trip through remote Arizona in search of a kitschy roadside attraction. Instead, Megan and Abby happen on Skull City Mine, a weather-beaten, abandoned mine town converted into a self-guided tour. What seems like a fun day in the sun turns into a mind-bending fight for survival against menaces both human and supernatural.”
The film also stars Tony Todd, Amanda Wyss, and Lamb of God singer D. Randall Blythe. Brian Ronalds and Dean Ronalds of Ronalds Brothers Productions and Francisca Pulido of Mischief Maker Studios produced. Adam Goldfine is the Director of Photography.
Below you can check out two different videos that Dread Central has whipped up for you fiends:
The first features all the goodies from the cast and Pulido, and the second is a special featurette with our good friend Moseley, who brings us up-to-speed on what is turning out to be a very busy 2010 so far, including reprising his role of Johnny from the 1990 Night of the Living Dead remake for Night of the Living Dead: Origins, which is an animated 3D reinterpretation of George A. Romero’s classic film, directed by Zebediah DeSoto.
Moseley also talked to Dread Central about his role in the upcoming Tim Sullivan-helmed sequel 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, in which he will be taking over the character of Mayor Buckman from Robert Englund.
The Graves – Red Carpet Premiere
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After Dark Horrorfest 4 will be in theaters until February 5th. For more on the fest visit Horrorfest Online.
Special thanks to Brian Dreads for his camera and editing work.
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