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Woodhaven Productions Announces Filming Begins on Army of the Damned; Screen Media Buys Rights

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Woodhaven Productions Announces Filming Begins on Army of the Damned; Screen Media Buys Rights - Sully ErnaChad A. Verdi alerted Dread Central that his Rhode Island film company Woodhaven Productions has two big announcements today. Not only has Woodhaven begun filming its newest production, Army of the Damned, but the picture has already been sold to Screen Media.

The film was written and directed by Tom DeNucci and boasts a unique cast including horror legends Tony Todd and Michael Berryman, singer/actor Joey Fatone, Godsmack frontman Sully Erna, former professional wrestlers Tommy Dreamer and Thea Trinidad, a man who knows a thing or two about horror Nick Principe, David Chokachi, Jackie Moore and Tom Paolino. Filming will be done in East Greenwich, Warwick, Cranston and Providence, RI.

Screen Media of New York has purchased the rights to the film. For more information, ‘like’ the official Army of the Damned Facebook page.

From the Press Release
Army of the Damned tells the story of a hit reality TV crew following a group of local cops in a sleepy town. Things go horribly wrong for the cops when they respond to a call that brings a whole new meaning to the term “domestic disturbance.” Faced with life and death situations, these officers are forced to throw the rule book out in order to stay alive. With the help of a reclusive hermit and a petty criminal, the lawmen do all they can to serve, protect and avoid joining the Army of the Damned.

Verdi’s latest films, Infected and Self-Storage, are being released through Screen Media and will each reach over 100 million homes through Universal’s VOD platform starting this month.

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