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Exclusive First Stills: Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Here around Dread Central nothing makes us happier than diggin’ into a brand new anthology film. They’re cool because if you get bored of one story, you can just sit tight for the next to come! Executive producer Shanna MacDonald dropped us a line with the skinny and some exclusive stills for her latest bit of badassery – The Witching Hour, which stars a host of horror favorites!

Directed by Kevin MacDonald and starring William Forsythe, Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, and Dee Wallace, the film began principal photography on April 2nd in Duxbury and Rockland, Massachusetts. Check out the goods below, and look for more really soon!

Synopsis
Welcome to Forest Cove. A Sleepy New England town … with many stories to be told! When the moon rides high and the clock strikes twelve, DEVLIN DEEDS takes over the airwaves. Sitting at the console of his makeshift radio station, Deeds turns the old lighthouse into his own personal beacon of terror. Ocean waves crash against the rocks, fog rolls past the full moon, and the night owls of New England call in and share their stories with him. Stories of horror, fear, and dread.

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, William Forsythe and More in The Witching Hour

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  • Floydian Trip

    I was actually entertained more by Southern Gothic, a crappy independant film, than I was by Legion because of William Forsythe’s ridiculously over-the-top performance as bible quoting preacher man turned vampire. Obviously the only reason that film was made was because they were fans of Devil’s Rejects.

  • Gus Bjork

    Is this one of those written on a cocktail napkin at the hotel bar after a horror con scripts?

  • FireRam

    Hey Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, CANDYMAN!!!! Um, your shoestring is untied.

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  • Terminal

    Am I the only one laughing at William Forsythe up there?
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    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

    • Uncle Creepy

      Dude … I will watch this for him in that get-up alone!

      • Terminal

        As long as he doesn’t threaten to skull fuck someone, I may see it.
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        “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”