A man brutally murdered comes back to life as an undead avenger of his and his fiancée’s murder.
Piranha 3DD, currently shooting in Wilmington, NC, just added Katrina Bowden (30 Rock, Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil) to it’s constantly growing cast. The actress, recently crowned Esquire Magazine’s 2011 Sexiest Woman Alive, will join Gary Busey, Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, Chris Zylka, David Koechner, Meagan Tandy, Paul James Jordan, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Hector Jimenez, Adrian Martinez, and Clu Gulager.
The sequel, directed by John Gulager (Feast), continues down the path of “ridiculous” as the piranha this time make their way into swimming pools, pipes, plumping and such at a newly opened waterpark named “Wilderness Waters”! The race is on to save the town from these flesh-eating creatures that are leaving a bloodbath in their wake.
INDIEWIRE recently posted some interesting and potentially awesome news. The Weinstein Company has started a video game label. Bob and Harvey Weinstein also own Dimension Films, and you horror buffs know all about them. The label will be known as TWC Games.
“The video game marketplace is changing at such a rapid rate. With all of the digital platforms, there are so many opportunities to broaden our audience with compelling, high quality, cost-efficient, video game entertainment.” READ MORE
Jane Morton, a psychiatrist in mourning after the accidental death of her son, is assigned the case of Dorothy Mills, a 15-year-old girl from a small Irish island, accused of attempting to murder a baby in her charge.
Arriving at the village, Jane discovers a small, frightened community, troubled by mysterious events and haunted by a terrible shared secret and hostile to outsiders. Deeply religious, and believed by the villagers to possess supernatural powers, the terrified Dorothy swears she never touched the child. Moved by the girl’s fragile, vulnerable state, Jane makes a diagnosis of multiple personality disorder, until the day that Dorothy speaks to her with the voice of her dead son. Jane is forced to admit that the girl indeed possesses powers that exist beyond the realm of psychiatry – dangerous powers that will plunge the village community into a violent collective psychosis.