Stop. You had me at “practical effects”.
When I found out about this project I wanted to do my part to assist, so I offered filmmaker Gregory Lamberson the floor, to educate the rest of us on his forthcoming film THE FRENZY MOON. I admire the entrepreneurial spirit of independent moviemakers, counting some among my friends, so I’m pulling for this one. You can help get ‘ur done by contributing to the indiegogo campaign by clicking here.
Here’s the story: “Six college students and one mysterious stranger battle a pack of ferocious werewolves in a secluded cabin. [Stop. I said you had me at “practical effects”!] THE FRENZY MOON is a spinoff of Gregory Lamberson’s critically acclaimed werewolf novels The Frenzy Way, The Frenzy War and The Frenzy Wolves, with its own characters and continuity. It’s a cabin in the woods/siege horror movie that will feature a diverse young cast, strong characters, and practical special effects for its monsters.”
And here’s some more information on the director: “Gregory Lamberson is an author and filmmaker who specializes in horror entertainment. At age 21, he directed the midnight movie cult classic Slime City, which he also wrote. He has directed nine features total, among them Killer Rack, Johnny Gruesome, and Widow’s Point starring Craig Sheffer. Last year he crowdfunded the action movie Guns of Eden, which has been delivered to a distributor for release this year. He is the award-winning author of 15 books, including the “The Frenzy Cycle” werewolf trilogy.”