This weekend Craig Singer’s (Dark Ride) latest horror project, PERKINS’ 14, opens in approximately 100 theaters as part of this year’s AFTER DARK HORRORFEST. To promote the release, Singer chatted with Bloody Good Horror who got the details on his next project, FEAR 101. Read on for the skinny.
“My partner Chris Williams and I are doing a film with Warner Brothers called FEAR 101,” Singer tells Bloody Good Horror, “that’s the working title. It’s really going to take the user-generated element to the next level, even moreso than “Perkins 14”, and give the fans an extremely robust opportunity to kind of participate in the feature film. We’re very excited about that, I always wanted to do a film with Warner Brothers, and we’re just starting the process as we speak so I’m pretty psyched.”
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