Bloody Disgusting has learned that The App Killer is gearing up for a November shoot.
The cast hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it will sure have a good ensemble of actors from across Europe. A few names that are currently “in talks” include: Robert Toretto, Emily Lawson, Simon Brading and Hakan Yildiz.
Directed by Pau Masó (Haunted Poland), The App Killer will feature the beautiful cities of Barcelona, Girona and other cities around Catalonia, Spain, we’re told.
What differentiates The App Killer from Haunted Poland is that, while both films are horror flicks, The App Killer will be properly shot using DSLR equipment, and will be about people finding conflict in the dating/sex scene.
The movie explains stories from different people living in Barcelona and nearby, who have one thing in common, and that’s the dating scene though cellphone apps. Here’s the logline: “A killer uses different cellphone apps to attract potential victims. When a 20 year old tourist meets a guy through a popular app for gay men, it will become the worst nightmare he could have ever imagined.”
Masó tells Bloody Disgusting, “We promise to have the public jumping off their seats, sex scenes and good physiological manipulation.
“The intention is to be scary and a bit gore, but not over the top,” he adds. “We will be playing with the horror/fun genre, where you may sympathize with a character, even if they’re crazy.”
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