What if you met the girl of your dreams … but she was evil?
Writer-directors Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman explore this conundrum in their recently wrapped vampire film THE INSATIABLE. The duo’s directorial debut, a twisted love story with horror, comedy and action elements, follows a drab guy named Harry (Sean Patrick Flanery) whose dull life becomes more interesting when he witnesses a female vampire (Charlotte Ayanna) feast on a homeless guy in an alley. Harry hatches a plan to trap her in his basement to stop her from killing ... falling in love with her in the process.
Chuck and Cary were kind enough to pass along a few movie stills regarding this film, the still above features Sean Patrick Flanery while the following features Charlotte Ayanna.
Produced by Lawrence Mortoff, Tony Cinciripini, and Javier Chapa, among others, the cast of THE INSATIABLE also includes Josh Hopkins (L.A. CONFIDENTIAL), Boyd Kestner (BLACK HAWK DOWN), and Jon Huertas ("Sabrina, The Teenage Witch”).
Shot in Austin, Texas, THE INSATIABLE boasts a technological milestone being the first film shot with a special converter that makes it possible to record a CinemaScope size (aspect ratio 2.35:1) image with an HD camera. This enables HD films to be shown in theaters without having to crop the image and avoiding vertical resolution loss.
Solomon and Konzelman are veterans in the screenwriting world with numerous studio and TV network sales as writers, producers and now directors. Some of their notable projects include INFERNO at Warner Bros., TOKYO GHOST STORY at Fox, DEAD AGAIN at CBS and the duo were the creators of THE IMMORTAL TV series starring Lorenzo Lamas.
THE INSATIABLE is currently in post-production and will be screened at film festivals early this fall.