Today we scored a look at yet another teaser poster for Brian Pulido’s The Graves, which begins shooting May 12-27 outside of Wickenburg, AZ. Clare Grant (MOH “Valerie on The Stairs”) and Jillian Murray (The Fun Park) play two inseparable sister’s who visit to a remote mine town turns into a mind-bending fight for survival against menaces both human and supernatural.
THE GRAVES Teaser Poster #8 of 8: REVEREND STOCKTON (TONY TODD)
The eighth teaser poster to debut featuring the main characters from the film.
Unity, Arizona is one of the toughest places to live in the world. The victim of numerous droughts, fires, floods, and sicknesses, it is understandable that the townspeople cling to their church, and the trusted words of their charismatic leader, Reverend Abraham Stockton. But Unity’s hardships have taken their toll on Stockton’s psyche. Some say he is a prophet. Some say he is insane. Others say he speaks directly to higher powers. Turns out, that all may be right.
Tony Todd, one of the horror genre’s greatest stars, gives a stirring performance as man, twisted by extreme hardships who is willing to sacrifice everything to hold onto his power – and his sanity.
The Graves stars Clare Grant (Masters of Horror), Jillian Murray (The Fun Park), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre II), Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm St., Dexter), D. Randall Blythe (Screamer, Lamb of God), Shane Stevens, Patti Tindall (Death of a Ghost Hunter), Barbara Glover (Red Rock West), Calabrese and Tony Todd (24, Candyman).
The Graves is written and directed by independent comic book legend Brian Pulido (Chaos! Comics, Lady Death, Evil Ernie) and produced by Mischief Maker Studios, Brian and Dean Ronalds of Ronalds Brothers Productions (Netherbeast, Inc.). Production Design by Francisca Pulido. Director of Photography Adam Goldfine.
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