Exclusive: Chad Ferrin Talks Dances with Werewolves
With another successfully insane movie under his belt, Someone's Knocking at the Door (review here), we've been anxious to find out in which direction director Chad Ferrin plans to go with his next flick, Dances with Werewolves. Thankfully he's shed some exclusive light on things for us!
"The vision swimming around in my head is Sam Peckinpah doing 'The Thing' with a dash of Sergio Corbucci," Ferrin (pictured right) tells us. "I want to tackle this old school with NO CGI and werewolves like you've never seen before. It will be a bloody, violent, horrific ride through the old west, and I will pour my soul into every frame to ensure that it stands proudly amongst my two favorite genres."
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Winter, 1864. William Singer and his young brother, Henry, along with four other Confederate POWs, escape from a Union prison camp just outside of Chicago. The ragged band soon find refuge aboard a moving locomotive, only to wake the next morning, train stopped, and the passengers brutally butchered by what appears to be the work of a wild animal. Trekking through the frozen wasteland, the rebels discover that “wild animal” is no animal at all, but a pack of Native American shape-shifting werewolves with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. Relentlessly tracked by the Union Army, hunted by werewolves, trapped within the bitter cold with no food, no water, and nowhere to go, they soon discover the hell they left is nothing compared to the horrors all around them.
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