An email with a very bold subject line came across the busy desk of Dread Central today, reading as follows: “Corey Feldman stars in what promises to be the scariest film of 2012″. Bold, right? Absolutely. After digging a little into Feldman’s upcoming film, Six Degrees of Hell, we can’t guarantee it will be the scariest film of next year, but it does look creepy.
Incidentally, some of the film will be shot in the actual Hotel of Horror, a haunted attraction in Saylorsburgh, Pennsylvania. Check out the website and dig the voiceover toward the end of the intro video…that, dear gorehounds, is the distorted voice of one Charles Manson during a 1988 interview with Geraldo Rivera. Ah, where does the time go?
But I digress. I don’t know if Six Degrees of Hell can live up to its promise of being the scariest film of 2012, but I’m looking forward to seeing what they can do. Good luck!
Ever walk through one of those Halloween haunted attractions and wonder how real it all looked? What if it was? Six individuals are caught in a supernatural perfect storm that has come to claim one of them and tear apart the soul of a small town. Corey Feldman headlines a cast of veterans and newcomers in Six Degrees of Hell.
Six Degrees of Hell writer/director Harrison Smith also wrote The Fields starring Cloris Leachman and Tara Reid, which is set to be released sometime this fall. Look for more on both films soon!
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