With writer and director Riley Wood’s indie horror feature The Victorville Massacre having bowed on DVD this week, we spoke with producer Shaun Menzie regarding the flick as well as the DVD signing taking place this Saturday, June 8th, at Burbank, CA’s horror hot spot Dark Delicacies.
“With no budget and relatively unknown actors that worked for free, I couldn’t be more proud of this film,” stated Menzie of The Victorville Massacre, which was filmed in 2009 and won the ‘Fan Favorite Feature’ award at 2011’s Big Bear Horror-Fi Festival.
“It’s taken four years from the start of filming to it coming out on DVD,” Menzie, who also stars in the film along with Patrick Atherton, Chris Bailey, Briana Baker and Kevin Brown, continued. “To see it finish like this makes the long journey worth it. It justifies all the work and is a great feeling when I think back to the people that said we were wasting our time and that we would never sell it and never win at a festival. It’s not the greatest movie ever made, but people seem to enjoy it, and that’s an awesome feeling!”
For more information on the cast and crew signing, which takes place at 2:00 pm this Saturday at Dark Delicacies (3512 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA), visit their website here, and for more on The Victorville Massacre, visit the official website here and distributor Indican Pictures here.
Something is happening in the desert town of Victorville. Neighbors are disappearing; murder is in the air. Unknowingly, a group of nine friends decide to spend Labor Day in Victorville as the town finds itself terrorized by a serial killer. Now the friends find themselves on a haunting journey into heart-pounding terror where dirty secrets within the group will be revealed, blood will be shed, and surviving Labor Day weekend takes on a whole new meaning.
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