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And the news week continues this time with the first ever clip from Robert Hall's upcoming sequel, ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2! Dying to see what old silver-head's been up to? Dig it!
Week Two of shooting ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 was one of the more interesting times on set. Insane amounts of blood, new faces, and watching a very dedicated cast and crew come together to make the impossible possible have demonstrated everyone’s dedication to bringing horror fans a new installment in the Laid to Rest franchise.
In light of the news we received earlier today that Michael Biehn is flexing his director muscle on another project, it's not a huge surprise that he's stepped away from ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2. Who's replacing him? None other than Welsh actor Owain Yeoman.
If you would have told me last year as I sat in my car doing a phone interview on my lunch break with writer/director Robert Hall for his 2009 slasher flick Laid to Rest that someday I’d end up working with him, I would have told you that you’re out of your mind.
ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 has been filming for just about a week now, and thanks to the wonders of Facebook, we have our first good look at the title character since his return from the dead following the end of the original Laid to Rest.
This past September this writer headed down to Arkansas for a quick set visit for the upcoming slasher flick Madison County. With filming taking place on location in the actual namesake area, I quickly came to realize I had never felt as far from Hollywood as I did winding around those dusty, remote roads on my travels to and from the set.
During Tuesday night’s raucous Hatchet II premiere at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles, writer/director Robert Hall (and this writer’s daytime boss) stopped by to chat with Dread Central on the red carpet to give us an update about what we can look forward to with ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 and his plans to amp up the kills and the body count for the second installment.
Last night Hatchet II made its Los Angeles premiere at the historic Egyptian Theatre, and since Dread Central was a co-sponsor of the horror-star-studded event, we were in full force to bring you guys back the goods.
If you are like me and enjoyed writer/director Robert Hall’s edgy slasher flick with attitude, Laid to Rest (and yes, this was way before I started working in the office for Hall), then prepare to start shining up your knives in deadly anticipation because a certain serial killer named ChromeSkull is about to gear up for his sequel.
Earlier this week Dread Central’s own Heather Wixson headed down to rural Arkansas to check out all the madness and mayhem on the set of the indie slasher flick Madison County. And while the official set visit report won’t be ready for a few weeks, we wanted to give you guys a chance to check out some of the bloody fun, direct from the set.
A little while back Dread Central reported on Robert Hall of Almost Human stepping on board to oversee the special makeup effects on the upcoming indie horror film Madison County. Well, it seems that in anticipation of principal photography beginning soon in Arkansas, the fine folks behind the project have released a teaser video to get fans ready for some carnage.
Some of my favorite horror movies feature hot young people roaming into places they have no business going - like The Ruins, Friday the 13th, and Wrong Turn 2 to name just a few. Well, horror fiends, there's a new group of victims lining up in Madison County, an upcoming indie horror flick that is gearing up for production this September in Arkansas.
In this age of the Internet, especially as it pertains to social networking, the job of a press agent is quickly becoming obsolete. Case in point: two new additions to the Hatchet 2 cast recently came to light via an update of the movie's listing on IMDB and a wall posting on Facebook.
Sounds to me like actor Nick Principe is trying to make himself a career of being a slasher. Not a bad gig if you can get it!