The crazy and creepy Crispin Glover (Friday the 13th 4, Willard) is heading back to horror as he’ll topline an independent film entitled Simon Says. The story deals with a group of beautiful teenagers who are isolated and killed off one by one. Crispin Glover must not be one of teenagers for various reasons (heh). Read on for the full story…
Crispin Glover and Michael Paloma will topline independent horror film “Simon Says,” to be directed and produced by William Dear (“Angels in the Outfield,” “Harry and the Hendersons”).
Film, written by Dear and Paloma and based on an original story by Paloma, deals with a group of beautiful teenagers who are isolated and killed off one by one.
Lensing will begin this week in Grass Valley.
Paloma’s acting credits include roles in “Used Cars, ” “O’Hara’s Wife,” “Assassin” and “Desert Rose.” He recently played two roles in the independent film “Forget About It” for director Beau Davis opposite Burt Reynolds, Charles Durning, Robert Loggia, Raquel Welch and Phyllis Diller.