Aspect Film has inked a three-picture deal with Blanc/Biehn Productions for its new genre label Chiller Films.
Michael Biehn, who recently starred in The Divide and directed The Victim, will commence filming on the tentatively-titled The Farm, Up and Down and The Predicator. He’ll shepherd the projects through Blanc/Biehn Productions, which he owns with Jennifer Blanc-Biehn.
Each of the three grindhouse movies will star Michael Biehn and will be shot in sequence in a 45 day period, with three different directors to be announced. Executive producing along with Blanc/Biehn Productions will be a director that Michael Biehn has worked with before and has great relationship with.
Michael Biehn said, “We are thrilled to be working with Hugh Edwards and the Aspect Film team and of course, so happy to have Blanc/Biehn Productions continuing to bring you edgy cinema”.
Aspect Film and Chiller Films CEO Hugh Edwards added, Its a joy to be collaborating with Michael and Jennifer and their Blanc/Biehn Productions shingle. Were looking forward to a long-lasting partnership with them. They have lined up some fantastic writing, directorial and acting talent. The three films are action-packed and very humorous; true to the essence of the best in recent grindhouse movies, from the likes of Quentin Tarantino and Rodriguez.