Ahead of AFM we have the first image from The Void, from genre writer-directors Jeremy Gillespie and Steve Konstanski (The ABCs of Death 2). The duo are also behind Manborg and Father’s Day.
ScreenDaily reports that UK sales outfit Salt will be looking to ink further deals at AFM on the horror also being sold by XYZ and CAA.
In The Void, “A lone police officer and a group of staff band together to fortify themselves within the walls of an isolated hospital which is under threat from a violent cult. As the group prepares for the fight of their lives they discover the real terror is already inside.”
Shooting is due to get underway in Canada on November 17.
Producers are impressive, and include Casey Walker of Cave Painting Pictures and Jonathan Bronfman (The Witch) of JoBro Productions. Executive producers are Ross Dinerstein (The Nightmare), Jeremy Platt, Zach Hagen and Todd Brown.
New York-based 120dB, backers of The Harvest, are providing finance and will also executive produce.
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