Film's Title Falls Victim to Deadly Revisions
PIX/SEE Productions has announced that writer/director Gregory Blair’s mystery/thriller starring international sensation Bill Oberst, Jr., has gotten an upgrade: a new and improved title. Read on for all the details on this scary little indie opus.
Deadly Revisions will begin pre-production soon with a 2013 release planned. The film was written and will be directed by Gregory Blair and star red hot actor Bill Oberst, Jr., with Mikhail Blokh, Cindy Merrill, Lise Hart, Ronny Coleman, and Dawna Lee Heising. One of the key set locations is the cabin in woods from Friday the 13th: Part 4.
“While we liked the old title, which was the title of the screenplay, we wanted something totally fresh and more specific to the story we are telling,” Blair explains.
In DEADLY REVISIONS horror film writer Grafton Torn finds hypnotherapy and nightmares reveal memories that might or might not be real…and that might or might not be deadly.
Star Bill Oberst, Jr., endorses the change. “The new title really has more intrinsic meaning,” he says. “I mean, yes, I’m a writer, and I was in the process of making script revisions when I had my accident, but now it seems like it’s my life that’s getting revised. I have these horrific visions that keep changing… and I don’t know which versions are reality. If any of them are.”
Oberst’s iconic screen presence has haunted dozens of films, and his role in the Emmy nominated “Take This Lollipop”--the most popular application in Facebook history--has made him an international phenomenon. He’s very excited about his role in DEADLY REVISIONS. “The script twists so much the audience has to keep reevaluating the information they get,” Bill explains, “and my character is a totally unreliable narrator!”
“And a nice little twist on top of everything,” Blair adds, “is that the title itself is a revision. How perfect is that?”
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