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Elijah Wood: Cooties Coming in 2015, Gets a New Ending

Elijah Wood – actor and producer over at SpectreVision – offered a status report for Cooties, the horror-comedy picked up by Lionsgate at the start of the year.

There were rumblings that the film would arrive this fall, but that changed quickly and the film shifted into “release date: TBD” territory.

In speaking with Twitch, however, it sounds like we’ll be seeing Cooties soon…and with an ending festival audiences did not get when it debuted at Sundance.

A Girl Walks Alone Home At Night Gets a New Int’l Trailer

One of the better independent horror films I saw this year was A Girl Walks Alone Home At Night, which has been rotating on the festival circuit. A new international trailer made its debut this week, offering a new look at the film. You can now watch it here while we wait for distributor Kino Lorber to give us a release date.
The film, directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, is described as a love story set in a fictitious Iranian ghost town reeking of death and loneliness, where a strange and jaded population is haunted by a lonesome vampire who preys upon the city

Full SpectreFest Line-Up for Los Angeles Revealed

SpectreVision and Cinefamily in Los Angeles are teaming up once again for another SpectreFest this fall and the full line-up has been revealed.

It was announced by SpectreVision partners Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller.

SpectreVision Preps Curse the Darkness, Poster Revealed

Now here’s an exciting partnership: SpectreVision and director Jorge Michael Grau are collaborating on Curse the Darkness. SpectreVision is made up of Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller.
The film is what the trio refer to as an

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night & Stephen King’s A Good Marriage Get…

Two pieces of distribution news to share with you today. First, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night has found a home at Kino Lorber.

The film, directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, is described as a love story set in a fictitious Iranian ghost town reeking of death and loneliness, where a strange and jaded population is haunted by a lonesome vampire who preys upon the city

Stanley Film Fest Interview: SpectreVision’s Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah, Josh C.

Talking with the team of SpectreVision – Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller – is like sitting down with some of your best genre-loving friends and talking about horror. The conversation might take many tangential turns, but it’s driven by intelligence and enthusiasm for horror. While attending the Stanley Film Festival over the weekend, Shock Till You Drop finally had the chance to speak with this triumvirate about the heartbeat at SpectreVision’s core.

Big things have been happening at the company since it landed on the scene. Two of its films, Cooties and A Girl Walks Alone Home At Night, have hit the festival circuit. Another, Toad Road, is on VOD and LFO was recently acquired by MPI/Dark Sky Films. Meanwhile, The Boy, starring Rainn Wilson, David Morse, Mike Vogel, Zuleikha Robinson and Bill Sage, is production.

SpectreVision’s LFO Finds a Home at MPI

The team at SpectreVision – Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller – are finding success with their new banner. Their latest film, LFO, has just been picked up by MPI Media Group for distribution. It will be released by Dark Sky Films.

Writer-director Antonio Tublen’s film is a darkly satiric look at our modern obsession with technology and the toll it can take on human interaction.

Rainn Wilson Leading the Cast of Spectrevision’s The Boy

Rainn Wilson, David Morse, Mike Vogel, Zuleikha Robinson and Bill Sage are joining the cast of The Boy, the latest production from Spectrevision.

Wilson will portray the character of William Colby, an enigmatic stranger who intrigues and beguiles the young Ted Henley.

Elijah Wood’s SpectreVision & Chiller Move Forward on The Boy

SpectreVision – spearheaded by Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller – has announced its next project, The Boy, will begin to roll cameras on February 17th in Colombia.

Based on the award-winning short subject film, Henley, which appeared in competition at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, The Boy is the first film of a planned trilogy tracking the childhood of a future serial killer, with installments depicting the character at ages 9, 14 and 18, respectively, and ending with his full transformation to an iconic mass murderer.