From the producers that brought you “Slightly Used” (Neil Green, Scott Hilton) and “Silent But Deadly” (Jason Mewes, William Sadler), comes the disturbing new horror film, Black Eve. Black Eve centers around a woman with psychic abilities, who retraces the last steps of her fellow guests at a Halloween party, in a closed down department store, who all turn up dead by morning. Black Eve takes a new and twisted look at your typical horror film giving the audience twists and turns from every direction, while still maintaining a solid and well defined story line.
Pictured: Veronika London
More details below.At the wheel of “Black Eve” is director and horror guru, Ryan M. Andrews (A New Design, Behind Closed Doors). Producing team and brothers Neil Green & Rob Sweet co-founders of Fusion Films Entertainment being helmed as the ‘new Kevin Smith’s of independent filmmaking’.
The producing partners have attached some of Toronto’s finest and hottest rising stars; Veronika London (Lingerie) who was also named by Maxim Magazines’ “the Megan Fox of Hollywood North”, Neil Green (Slightly Used, A New Design) who won PACI’s outstanding drama award, and Canadian hip hop sensation, Peter Jackson, who recently signed with Fontana/Universal and has a hot new track (Indian Girl) getting major air time and exposure on Much Music, Flow 93.5, Z103, and Virgin 99.9
This blood bath horror flick, boast a very jacked and vicious psychopath killer The Man/Black Eve, played by Neil Green.
Black Eve begins production on Sunday, January 24th, 2010 at the recently abandoned Sears Building at Shoppers World in Brampton, Ontario.
“Black Eve” will be shot over February 2010. “Black Eve” is the first of many feature films Fusion Films Entertainment plans to produce over the next year.
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