We reported on the haunted house thriller, The Haunting of Whaley House earlier in the week and now news has come our way regarding the first cast member announced for the film. Read on for the details.
Genre vet Lynn Lowry, of The Crazies and Shivers, has entered the upcoming horror movie The Haunting of Whaley House.
“I’ve been a big fan of Lynn’s since I first saw her in The Crazies,” says writer/director Jose Prendes. “There is this ethereal beauty to her that makes her completely magnetic and you can’t help but keep your eyes firmly glued to her whenever she’s on screen. Signing Lynn onto the picture has completed a lifelong dream of mine to not only meet this iconic actress, but work with her as well. And the fact that she’s doing it because she loved the script and wanted to work with someone who admires her films, means more to me than she could ever imagine.”
Also the film’s composer has been locked in and the sinister score will be provided by newcomer Graham Denman. Hopefully he can add a little spook to the music for this flick.
“Jose has been a close friend of mine for many years and I couldn’t be more excited to have such a big opportunity, working on this film with him. With this score, I plan on delivering something in the vein of John Carpenter’s early stuff and especially Johnny Greenwood’s score for There Will Be Blood,” say Denman. “I like using random noises that most people overlook and stretching them out, playing with them, putting them in the background like this ominous thing buried beneath the music. I want this to be a one of a kind score. I really hope you all dig it.”
The Haunting of Whaley House goes into production on March 4th for an expected July 2012 release. Stay connected on the Facebook fanpage for daily updates and info.
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