Ohio-based filmmaker David L. Frost dropped Fango a line with information on his debut horror feature NOISES, which is shooting this month.
The story follows a group of amateur parapsychologists/cryptozoologists who get wind of a monstrous legend haunting the small town of Rushcreek, OH. When they head out to investigate, they discover that the creature is very real and that their “quarry” is now stalking them. “What we want to do with this film is return to the old-fashioned style of suspense and tension that works on the psychology of people in desperate situations,” Frost tells Fango. “Bring back fear and what it can do to human beings, while at the same time maintaining a modern feel and realism. We will be working with plenty of gore effects and a dark stylistic approach.”
The cast is headed by “Lisha L. Fox, playing the key role of Claire—very much a Laurie Strode type,” Frost continues. “She is also my talented directory of photography and partner.” Also starring are Lucian Greigh, Jonathan Siren and Morgan Daniloff, with more actors to be announced soon. Steven E. Williams of Kinetic Image Co. (ARACHNIA) is serving as associate producer, and Pat (DEMONS AT THE DOOR) Tantalo is working on the creature FX. “This is my debut film, with others lined up,” Frost says. “I’m currently working on another screenplay, and we’re even considering a possible follow up to NOISES down the road if all goes well.”