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[Kickstart This] William Malone Returns With ‘Thallium’s Box’

William Malone, one of the “Masters of Horror”, has a Kickstarter going for a new horror film titled Thallium’s Box. The Kickstarter is looking to raise $350,000 and is currently sitting at $4,800 as of this post.

The film’s description reads:

It all begins with down-on-his-luck Owen, who answers an ad in the newspaper and gets a job at Luminous Processes, painting luminescent watch dials while dressed like a nightmarish bug. He then moves into The Dark Curtain Hotel, where many of the Luminous workers live. There he meets love interest Alice Finch and also Jade and Silk, the sexy twins from across the hall. Soon, he encounters the mysterious Professor Thallium, collector of oddities, who needs a favor – it’s a favor that may end his life.

Thallium’s Box is a feature horror film that blends the strange eccentric horror of the 70s and 80s with vividly fresh new terror in a way is that is unlike anything you have seen before.

The film stars Owen Conway, Savannah Schoenecker, Jeffrey Combs, Angela Oakenfold, and Wings Hauser.

Malone is the director of films such as The House On Haunted Hill, FearDotCom, and Parasomnia, as well as episodes for shows such as Masters Of Horror and Tales From The Crypt. To help fund this movie, you can click the above link.

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COMMENTS

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  • Zachary Paul

    Malone is truly a visual artist. He can style a scene like nobody else. However, aside from House on Haunted Hill and his MoH episode, the end result is usually hot mess. I’d like to see him apply his style to a coherent script. It could be good but I don’t think I’d be willing to put my money on it.

  • GinsuVictim

    The Bioshock-esque picture is cool, but that poster looks terrible.

  • ZH

    I agree Zachary. Malone is a truly gifted director when it comes to visual style.
    Unfortunately, his films Fear.com and Parasomnia weren’t constructed very well.
    They had cool concepts and I enjoyed the attempt at serious tones to them but they ultimately fell apart in the end. Hopefully, this next project will hit the mark.

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