Holy Oak Pushes Production Until Late March

Dread Central has just learned that the producers of the indie film Holy Oak have opted to push filming from January to sometime in late March.

It’s never easy to push a project when you are well into pre-production, but we were presented with some great opportunities to enter discussions with some new, amazing partners and increase the quality of the project, potential distribution, and to deliver a better film to the fans,” says Dan Cunningham, President of Busted Buggy Entertainment. “I think we are going to give fans something to rave about on this project, and that is well worth the wait.

In addition to changing the dates, the producers are also considering a relocation of filming from Texas to California. Location scouting is currently under way in and around the LA area. Stay tuned!

Over a century ago in the small Texas town of Holy Oak, a curse was born, all of the residents mysteriously disappeared, and the tiny settlement was wiped off of the map. Today the only surviving member of the cursed family finds herself drawn to an overgrown plot of land on the outskirts of where Holy Oak once stood, searching for her long lost father, Phillip Mallory, a horror novelist who went missing years before.

Along with her father, a handful of friends, and two detectives, Kim discovers that not everything is as it seems in Holy Oak as the witches and other ghostly beings in the unearthly woods re-appear to let them know that the curse of Holy Oak is far from a legend and their unspeakable reign over the area may have only just begun.

For more information follow Holy Oak on Twitter and “like” Holy Oak on Facebook.

Holy Oak Pushes Production Until Late March

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