With MPI/Dark Sky Film’s practical-heavy Late Phases making festival rounds, it appears the werewolf sub-genre has returned!
For those of you who want more, there’s a Kickstarter campaign to help Randy R. Fabert’s Autumn Moon, which promises to be “the most violent werewolf film ever made,” become a reality.
Here’s what the film will be about: “Pulp writer Michael Renee Allen thought the house on the edge of the woods would be the perfect place to write his next novel. He soon finds that the forest has more to offer than just fresh air and a nice view. Something unspeakable is stalking the forest, a cunning force of pure evil that hunts by night, painting the forest with blood.“
The cast includes: Bill Oberst Jr.(Children of Sorrow, Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies), Lynn Lowry (Shivers, Cat People), Camden Toy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2), Timothy Waldrip (Kiss of the Vampire, 21 Jump Street), Joe Kidd (That’s What She Said), Michael Peake (Only Human), Nathaniel Grauwelman (Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies), Iabou Windimere (Psycho Killer, Sidney), Jocelyn Tanis (The Medal), Larry Combs, Gerri Sutyak (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Sonny Burnette (Zombies R Friends), Richard Aughpin (Dragoon, Sidney), and Randy Fabert (Psycho Killer).
Fabert has already filmed the opening werewolf attack scene… an old school blood-fest with practical effects. Want proof? Check out a bunch of insane images below and prepare for goosebumps.
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