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The folks at BDHR Entertainment are proud to announce that they’re about to begin production on their new three-part anthology film entitled Urban Legends. Read on for the details!

Just to be clear, this new movie has no affiliation with any other previous Urban Legend entitled film, lest anyone be confused. However, judging by some of the early promo images, this project certainly looks like it has promise. The three segments are “Deadly Girlfriend”, “Dead Man’s Bluff” and “Bloody Mary”…combine all three, and it sounds like an average Friday night/Saturday morning for Doctor Gash!

Urban Legends starts filming on July 6th in the state of Virginia. It is written and produced by onetime horror blogger Brandon Sites (Big Daddy Horror Reviews) and is directed by Travis Legge. For more check out the official BDHR Entertainment website.

Each segment of the film has its own Facebook page as well. Visit the official “Deadly Girlfriend” Facebook page, the official “Dead Man’s Bluff” Facebook page and the official “Bloody Mary” Facebook page.

From the Press Release
We’ve all heard them. We’ve all talked about them, but now all those rumors, all those tall tales that we’ve told one another, come to life in a terrifying new horror anthology entitled Urban Legends.

  • In “Deadly Girlfriend” the old tale of the man who picks up a ghostly female hitchhiker hits the bar scene; starring Sarah Agor of VH1’s “Scream Queens” (Season 1).
  • “Dead Man’s Bluff” stars Spencer Harlan (Throwing Stones – Seasons 1 & 2) as an aspiring young comedian who discovers being heckled by a legendary comedian could turn into a game of life or death.
  • Rounding out the trio is a modern day re-imagining of the Bloody Mary legend appropriately titled “Bloody Mary”; starring Heather Dorff (Mother’s Blood) and Kaylee Williams (Slices of Life).

    Anthology Film Urban Legends to Begin Filming in July

    Anthology Film Urban Legends to Begin Filming in July

    Anthology Film Urban Legends to Begin Filming in July

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