Cabin fever Star joins the horror photo Flesh
EXCLUSIVE: Cerina Vincent (Cabin fever) and Tiffany Shepis (Halloween tales) joined Danielle Harris (Halloween) in a horror movie Flesh, which just ended in Los Angeles. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but we hear that the film involves a deranged individual who wants to sacrifice human flesh to a malevolent spirit. The screenplay was written by Queen Swart and Chris McGowan. McGowan is set to direct with production slated for October. The film will mark McGowan’s second film as a director. His directorial debut took place last year Chase away nightmares with Anne Heche, Graham McTavish and Michelle Randolph. Pic is produced by McGowan with Danielle Harris as executive producer. The film is funded by Clear Media Finance, whose most recent production was the drama Jenna Ortega SXSW The consequences, which was picked up by HBO Max.
Team of the producer quartet for the Elekhan Films banner
EXCLUSIVE: Independent film producers Marc Hampson, Jennica Schwartzman, Aaron Fairley and Joshua Mauldin have teamed up under the new production banner Elekhan Films to produce and fund a list of three films that will be shot on location in Arkansas from the start of 2022. Hampson will lead all three. feature films, productions supported by the Arkansas Film Commission. Los Angeles-based Little Sister Entertainment, co-founded by Schwartzman and Hampson, aims to release all three films starting in 2023. Little Sister is currently seeking international business partners. The first film of the trio of projects to pass the cameras will be the supernatural crime thriller Reverbs, directed by Hampson and written by Mauldin. Schwartzman and his Purpose Pictures will produce alongside Brotherhood Pictures’ Aaron Fairley, while Elekhan’s Mauldin is expected to be executive producer. In the film, a desperate singer-songwriter returns home to sell a house haunted by her murdered father and finds that what we think of as the supernatural is actually a traumatic event that spills over into time. The script is currently being cast. Little Sister Entertainment recently released a wellness documentary Better.