Owensboro Filmmaker P.J. Starks’ Production Company to Begin Work on New Horror Anthology
Owensboro filmmaker P.J. Starks–proprietor of Verite Cinema–has announced that production will soon begin on a new horror anthology.
I LOVE horror anthologies. Grew up on ’em.
There was, of course, Rod Serling’s Night Gallery–perhaps the most famous–but also lesser known collectives like Ghost Story and The Sixth Sense–yes, it was a 70s thing before it was a blockbuster 1999 thing.
The new Verite Cinema project–called Volumes of Blood–interweaves five “tales of dread” into one horrifying story set in a library.
Here are the five interconnected stories:
That’s a Wrap! – Directed by DP Bonnell
A group of friends attempts to create a new urban legend, the consequences of which turn deadly.
A Little Pick Me Up – Directed by John Kenneth Muir
A young woman, searching for something to keep her going during a late night of research, is approached by a mysterious stranger.
Ghastly – Directed by P.J. Starks
A typical night for a librarian turns into a classic ghost story.
Encyclopedia Satanica – Directed by Nathan Thomas Miller
A student, allowed to stay after hours and study, dozes off only to awaken in a darkened library to find she may not be alone.
13 After Midnight – Directed by Jakob Bilinski
A woman facing regrets finds an ancient spell book that leads her to make a grave decision.
I love it! Those storylines totally remind me of those old shows!
Anyway, P.J. and his production partner, Jim Blanton–both of whom gave us the indie horror short Lucky–will begin production in August and expect to wrap in November with a target release date sometime in the spring of 2015.
Volumes of Blood was written by Todd Martin, P.J. Starks, and Nathan Thomas Miller.
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