William Malone (House on Haunted Hill) is returning to horror this Friday when his latest feature premieres at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival. Parasomnia, which stars Jeffrey Combs, Patrick Kilpatrick, Dylan Purcell, Cherilyn Wilson and Kathryn Leigh Scott, is a horrifying love story about an art student who falls in with a sleeping beauty, only to find out too late that she holds a deadly secret. During the screening (?) there will be a massive autrograph session, which you can read about inside, along with some brief details on Malone’s forthcoming projects.Thursday, October 16th at 7 pm, come meet the cast of Parasomnia at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, CA and get a free poster signed. Guests include Director William Malone, Dylan Purcell, Cherilyn Wilson, Timothy Bottoms, Jeffrey Combs, Patrick Kilpatrick, Janet Tracy Keisjer. For more info go to the official website.
SpookyDan writes in with a brief skinny on Malone’s forthcoming projects.
This Friday at Screamfest catch Malone’s premiere of PARASOMNIA, a cautionary love story with a twisted killer, some amazing visuals – a modern day Grimm’s fairy tale. We got a chance to screen the film a few days early and while there we spoke Malone about his upcoming projects. “Well, I am working on prepping three different films right now,” he continues, “a wacked out horror tale, a big budget sci-fi epic, and another very dark horror project.” It’s all in the early stages now, so watch for updates as they come in.
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