Casting And First Image From Werewolf Flick ‘Late Phases’

Dark Sky Films, Site B and Glass Eye Pix’s have released casting news and a single photo from their werewolf flick Late Phases, which is now filming in NY. It’s not much, but something is better than nothing. Check out the details below. But first, here is the picture.


Yeah, boring. It would have rocked if they had shown a werewolf image instead, but that would kind of ruin the surprise.

Onto casting news! Lance Guest (Halloween II, The Last Starfighter) and Tom Noonan (The House Of The Devil, Manhunter) have joined as leads with Karen Lynn Gorney (Saturday Night Fever), Caitlin O’Hearney (Wolfen) and Rutanya Alda (The Fury, The Deer Hunter) are all part of the supporting cast. They join the previously cast Nick Damici (Stake Land), Erin Cummings (Spatacus), Ethan Embry (Cheap Thrills) and Tina Louise (Gilligan’s Island) in the werewolf flick being directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano. Cummings and Embry play a married couple.

Written by Eric Stolze, “Late Phases will tell the story of Ambrose McKinley, a blind war veteran, who moves into a community where the residents have been dying in increasing numbers – oddly, all have supposedly been the victims of dog attacks. But after barely surviving his own attack on his first night there, Ambrose discovers that the assailants are not just canines – they are entirely different and far more terrifying.”

Bogliano also directed Cold Sweat, Penumbra and Magnolia’s upcoming Here Comes the Devil.

What are your thoughts on the film so far? Are you looking forward to this werewolf flick? Let us know in a comment below.

– Moonlight

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