One of the films I’m most looking forward to checking out at Panic! Fest this weekend is Greenlight (directed by Graham Denman), a film that takes a jab at filmmaking and the concept of “elevated horror”. Give the trailer a spin embedded at the top of the article and read the trailer below.
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The film, which was produced by Talk Story Pictures and is being distributed by The Horror Collective, will be released on February 25th, 2020 on VOD and digital platforms.
A director’s dream job quickly descends into a nightmare when he is forced to film a real-life murder.
Starring Chase Williamson (Beyond the Gates, John Dies at the End), Shane Coffey (Pretty Little Liars, Starry Eyes), Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre II, Tales of Halloween), Nicole Alexandra Shipley (Guardians of the Galaxy, All Saints Eve), Evanne Friedmann (As Night Comes, Death’s Gambit) Victor Turpin (Ma, BnB HELL), Craig Stark (The Hateful Eight, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood), and Chris Browning (Bright, Angel Has Fallen, Only Mine, Bosch).
The film is directed by Graham Denman, written by Patrick R Young (Bastard, My Teacher, My Obsession) and produced by Rudy Scalese (Going To Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film, Casa De Mi Padre, Ceremony). The film was financed by Talk Story Pictures and executive produced by Greg Blunden, Pamela Blunden, and Phil Malaspina.
Are you attending Panic! Fest in Kansas City, MO beginning this weekend? Are you excited to check out Greenlight? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.