The Asylum’s latest haunted house spooker, The Haunting of Whaley House, officially announced the casting of cult icon Lynn Lowry.
Lynn has been a fixture in horror films since she first appeared as a blood-crazed hippie in I Drink Your Blood and has gone on to work with George Romero in the original The Crazies and David Cronenberg in Shivers.
Also the film’s composer has been locked in, and the sinister score will be provided by newcomer Graham Denman, who is looking to put a unique spin on things musically.
Produced by The Asylum, The Haunting of Whaley House begins filming on March 4th for an anticipated late 2012 release.
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