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As we told you last week, production on Busted Buggy Entertainment's upcoming supernatural film Holy Oak is slated to begin in early January in Texas, and now we have the exclusive first word on the film's cast and crew.
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.
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.
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.
Upon arriving on set in Griffin, Georgia, one of the very first lessons learned from producer Marc Bienstock is that there are two things you don’t say on the set of Quarantine 2: Terminal -- zombies and night vision.
Screen Gems and Third Street Pictures announced today that Robert Hall, President of Almost Human Inc., has taken the reins for creating the infected in Quarantine 2, the follow-up to the 2008 hit Quarantine. This marks Hall’s return to the Quarantine franchise as he created the special makeup effects in the first film as well (you can check out his work on the special features of the Quarantine DVD and Blu-ray in the "Dressing the Infected" featurette).
On a windy, overcast Sunday afternoon the 2010 Streamy Awards took over the Orpheum Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
Courtesy of Overture Films we got our hands on six video interviews from the forthcoming redux The Crazies to get you ready for its release! Pull up a chair and get ready to get the scoop on what to expect from Breck Eisner, Joe Anderson, Rob Hall, Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, and Danielle Panabaker.
Here at Dread Central we get to talk to pretty much every single person working within the horror biz and you have NO IDEA how grateful we are for that opportunity. So much so that we feel it's time to give you the chance. Ready for an odd contest for the ages? We've got your chance to win an interview with Robert Englund and a whole lot more!
Last week casting news starting coming in on the upcoming project Devil, which is being helmed by John Dowdle (Quarantine). And now we have some details on just who is going to be bringing the Devil to life.