No, we’re not talking about the recently released John Cusack flick of the same name, though it couldn’t possibly be worse, that’s for sure. On tap for you cats right now is the first word on the latest spooker coming our way called The Factory.
From the Press Release
Rumpus Room Productions begins lensing on The Factory, the Golan Ramras (Snuff) script, with story by Isak Borg and Dena Hysell, in New York starting April 2, 2013.
Starring Azura Skye (Bandits), Bill Sage (Mysterious Skin), and John Hennigan (pictured; John Morrison/Johnny Nitro – WWE), The Factory will be directed by Dena Hysell (The Paladins) and produced by Hysell and Sirad Balducci (Gun Hill Road).
The Factory, inspired by true events, chronicles a group of people considering buying an old factory who get trapped inside trying to escape the demons from the factory’s past.
“How is it possible that a century ago we figured out how to stop these tragedies here; yet, for all our talk of globalization, they continue in other countries? Now wrap that question up in a good ghost story, and we have a movie that we can’t wait to bring to audiences,” states director/producer Hysell.
The Factory script was inspired by the horrible garment factory fires that are continuing to happen across the globe in Bangladesh and Pakistan, where hundreds of people are dying needlessly. Over a hundred years ago in the USA, these same sorts of fires and deaths were happening, which drove laws to change so it would no longer occur.
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