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Elvira Featured in Latest ‘All About Evil’ One Sheet

Beyond the break you’ll find the fifth teaser poster for All About Evil, Joshua Grannell’s indie thriller that’s pretty darn close to completion. Previous posters have featured the film’s star, Natasha Lyonne, as well as, co-stars Jade & Nikita Ramsey, Mink Stole, and Noah Segan. This fifth poster showcases the legendary Cassandra Peterson who plays “Linda”; a loving mother concerned about her son’s obsessions for horror movies. Ms. Peterson is of course best known as internationally celebrated Halloween and Horror icon Elvira. There will be a total of eight posters in the completed series so three more are forthcoming.
ALL ABOUT EVIL is the feature film debut of writer / director Joshua Grannell and stars Natasha Lyonne (Slums of Beverly Hills, But I’m A Cheerleader), Thomas Dekker (Sarah Connor Chronicles, A Nightmare On Elm Street), Cassandra Peterson (Elvira), Mink Stole (Pink Flamingos, Serial Mom), Noah Segan (Deadgirl, Brick), Jack Donner (Star Trek), Julie Caitlin Brown (Babylon 5), Patrick Bristow (Showgirls), Peaches Christ (Season Of The Troll), and many more!

All About Evil is a wicked black comedy set in the world of a horror movie about a mousy librarian (Natasha Lyonne) who inherits her father’s beloved but failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer – and a legion of rabid gore fans – when she starts turning out a series of grisly shorts. What her fans don’t realize yet is that the murders in the movies are all too real!

The film was shot entirely in San Francisco and was born, nurtured, and birthed in the cult film underground. Writer / Director / Producer Joshua Grannell is also known as alter-ego and Midnight Mass impresario Peaches Christ. The movie was shot by award-winning cinematographer Tom Richmond (Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist, Chopping Mall) and was produced by Darren Stein (Jawbreaker writer / director), Brian Benson (Haiku Tunnel, Howl), and Debbie Brubaker.



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