Exclusive premiere of Brendan McCreary’s song from the soundtrack of THE BOY. Here at SHOCK, we’re big fans of composer […]
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 – 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.