Slumber Party Slaughter Garners Nine Nominations at the Action on Film International Film Festival.
Horror Feature Directed by Rebekah Chaney, Starring Tom Sizemore, Ryan O’Neal, Robert Carradine, with Jacob Tyler Moore and Stephanie Romanov. SLUMBER PARTY SLAUGHTER (2012) Produced by Seraphim Films It was announced by The Action on Film International Film Festival (AOF), that SLUMBER PARTY SLAUGHTER received nine nominations in the following categories.
Best Horror Film – Feature Best Actor – Feature – Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan, Heat, Black Hawk Down) Best Villain – Feature – Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan, Heat, Black Hawk Down) Best Director – Feature – Rebekah Chaney (Waste Land – short, 2007 ) Best Female Filmmaker – Rebekah Chaney (Waste Land – short, 2007 ) Best Editing – Feature – Howard E. Smith (The Abyss, Point Break, Snakes on a Plane) Best Special Effects – Feature – Mathew W. Mungle (Academy Award, Dracula 1993) Best Composition – Jim Dooley (Emmy Award, Pushing Daisies, 2007) Best Sound Design – Feature (Wildfire Post Prod. Studios)
*SOLD-OUT: Tickets are no longer are available for the screening Slumber Party Slaughter: About the Film BEST DIRECTOR – Boston International Film Festival (2012) OFFICIAL SELECTION – Atlanta Film Festival (2012) OFFICIAL SELECTION – International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival (2012) Showing support for the film, “I had a great time working on Slumber Party Slaughter. I think horror is a fun genre, especially with Chaney’s perspective and how she as the writer and director has built in so many seeds for the sequel”, says actor Tom Sizemore, best known for his roles in “Saving Private Ryan, “Black Hawk Down”, “Natural Born Killers” and most recently, televisions “Hawaii 5-0” on CBS.
“Slumber Party Slaughter’s” Co-Producer, Charles Lago says, “We are proud and excited that Mr. Sizemore was part of this film. He brought so much to the project. His abilities, his professionalism, it was an honor to work with him on set.” Comments director Rebekah Chaney, “Growing up with the Lon Chaney horror legacy, (The Man of a Thousand Faces), I think I was destined to write horror. It’s in my blood. It definitely helps having a cast that gets the fun and humor of the genre. Hopefully I’ve been able to bring a few new things to the screen that will make the audience squirm and then laugh at the fun of it all.”
About the Festival: The AOF International Film Festival, August 17th – 25th, 2012 Krikorian Theater (Upstairs Pavilion) 410 S. Myrtle Avenue Monrovia CA 91016 Monrovia, CA 91016 The AOF International Film Festival is one of the fastest growing, high profile International affairs in the film and video industry today. With meager roots it has grown to an epic size by the virtue of its loyal following of filmmakers and writers who understand the value of being associated with an event that appreciates and supports their work. We have received tremendous celebrity and industry support and been able to launch the AOF Channel, a weekly television series which showcases the talents of our filmmakers and allows them to be introduced to the world via traditional broadcast models. More information can be found online at www.aoffest.com