With horror and action movies driving movie sales and rentals, Unknown Productions Inc. is lining up a great ensemble of unique and talented actors in its upcoming psychological horror film, Necrosis.
Camarillo, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2007 — Unknown Productions Incorporated is in pre-production on the independent psychological horror film, NECROSIS, and has added the 1980’s pop icon Tiffany to the already enticing cast including, James Kyson Lee (NBC Heroes – ‘ANDO’) and George Stults (Star of the WB Network’s 7th Heaven) and is set to begin production in late January 2008. Also slated is character actor Mickey Jones (TV’s Home Improvement and films – The Fighting Temptations and Penny Dreadful).
The Necrosis story follows a group of friends at an isolated cabin in the Sierra Nevada Mountains who become trapped by an epic snowstorm. Writers Robert Michael Ryan and Jason Stephens explore an interesting premise on the history of the famous Donner Party Tragedy of 1846. Their theory suggests that when the early pioneers heading west to California turned to cannibalism for survival, that immorality cursed their spirits to the mountain. Those spirits awaken with the present-day storm and begin driving the desperate group of friends into madness.
Tiffany topped the Billboard charts in the 80’s producing three top ten hits, two of which were national and international #1 pop singles “Could’ve Been” and the celebrated “I Think We’re Alone Now.” Her self-titled debut album was released in 1987 and went quadruple platinum. Tiffany is back on the charts with the release of her new CD, “Just Me”.
Necrosis is set to be Tiffany’s first starring role in a feature film, launching a long-time desire to pursue an acting career. Tiffany has recently been making several television appearances, including a stint on VH1’s hit series Celebrity Fit Club. In Necrosis, Tiffany will star opposite the co-writer of the film, Robert Michael Ryan, as ‘Karen’ an attractive, high-spirited woman who is at home in the snow and a bit of an adrenaline junkie.
Jason Stephens, co-writer and director of the film, met with Tiffany to discuss the project and immediately took to Tiffany’s love of life and desire to entertain. Despite limitations of a smaller, independently financed film, Tiffany was eager to join the project and become a part of Unknown Production’s film making family.
Robert Michael Ryan not only wears the hats of co-writer and actor in Necrosis, he is also an accomplished comic book artist and has created detailed storyboards of Jason Stephens’ vision for the film.
Information on the cast, crew, production elements and several storyboards are available on the dedicated web site, www.necrosismovie.com