One of the most anticipated horror films of 2018 is Witchula. Its about a group of college students who travel to a small and remote town situated on an exotic island only to discover they are being hunted down by a powerful witch-vampire “hybrid” that seeks something in their possession. Sounds awesome right? Well, this new partnership is bringing the film closer to reality and ensuring it’s as solid as it’s premise. Take a look at the press release.
MAB Studios officially has announced a production deal with indie production company, Film Regions International for the film “Witchula.” “Witchula,” which producers are calling “The real Expendables of horror,” boasts attached actors that already include some of the biggest names in independent horror. According to writer/director/executive producer Marcus Bradford, “MAB Studios is absolutely elated to welcome on board, a successful company such as Film Regions International (FRI) for ‘Witchula’. The joint, collaborative venture will bring a whole new relationship experience for both companies working together to make ‘Witchula’ the best possible horror feature in Tinseltown. To extend our partnership into a successful business venture will not only create more opportunities for the project, but also for MAB Studios and FRI.”
Film Regions International (FRI) is a fully equipped Independent production, development and distribution entity with both a domestic and international presence. FRI has secured financing and executed lucrative distribution deals for films such as My Amityville Horror and Rumah dan Musim Hujan.
Film Regions International’s president, John Blythe, who was already personally attached as a producer released this statement:”On behalf of Film Regions International (FRI), we are ecstatic to formally become part of the Witchula production. While I’ve served as a producer on the project thus far over the course of the last year, extending the partnership as a formal business venture I feel as solidified our efforts to help Marcus Bradford bring Witchula to the big screen. This is a great opportunity for FRI because this will give us more exposure and involvement in a major motion picture on a producing level.”
Witchula, which many are already referring to as the “Real Expendables of horror,'” Stars Dee Wallace, Kane Hodder, Tyler Mayne, Bill Oberst Jr, Eileen Deitz and Marilyn Ghigliotti. Witchula’, combines several sub genres into a project that is sure to delight horror fans.
For more information on the film, check out these sites:
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/witchulamovie
Twitter Page: http://www.twitter.com/WitchulaMovie
IMDb Page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3707200/