Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Indy Horror Teaser: The Prospector's Curse

Viral marketing is important.  If you don't have $20 million to blow on Super Bowl Ads and 7-11 promotions, you have to think outside the box.  That leads into this movie...
The Writer/Director of this movie was nice enough to request my help in promoting his film.  I say, 'Why not?'  After all, I'm a guy with little name recognition world-wide trying to get some attention too.

Here's the official info for you...

The Prospector’s Curse

A western-themed horror film entitled “The Prospector’s Curse” has wrapped production near the remote town of Ponty Pool, Ontario.  Set during the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1890’s, the darkly comedic short is Written and Directed by Josh Heisie (‘Mail Order Bride’), Produced by Bruno Marino (‘Anything Goes’) and is currently in Post Production in Toronto, Canada.
The talent lineup for “The Prospector’s Curse” includes David Roberts (‘Curious and Unusual Deaths’), Johnny Quinn (‘Mind’s Eye: The Series’), Amanda Ives (‘I Hate Toronto: A Love Story’) and Robert Nolan (‘Worm’).
Rounding out the creative team are Director of Photography Michael Jari Davidson (‘SICK’), and Special Effects Makeup Artist Carlos Henriques (‘Red: Werewolf Hunter’) of The Butcher Shop.
There’s blood in them there hills!

The vengeful corpse of an old prospector haunts two gold thieves as they struggle for salvation.

Theodore “Tubby” Ellsworth and Jack smith are two criminals on the run, lost in the untamed wilderness.  When they stumble across a mutilated Prospector, dying on Indian ground, they promise to give him a Christian burial.  The fugitives break their oath and steal the old man’s gold…but that night, the Prospector’s corpse returns to make them pay!

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Josh Heisie                    
Bruno Marino                
Michael Jari Davidson  
Carlos Henriques           
Dave Roberts                
Johnny Quinn               
Robert Nolan                
Amanda Ives                 

Get it?  Got it?  Good.  

When I get my hold on a copy of it, I'll be sure to give it a proper verdict.

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