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Jessica Cameron’s “Truth or Dare” Releases from Invincible Pictures
The independent hit film that won 34 awards world wide is available in the USA. The film was produced by Mem Ferda and stars some of the brightest stars in the independent film world including Ryan Kiser and Heather Dorff.
“Truth or Dare” is released by Invincible Pictures who notoriously released the uncensored “A Serbian Film” and most recently Kevin Smith’s “Yoga Hosers”. The film is currently available in stores including Fye and Family Video, as well as online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and more.
The plot of the film is as follows: Six college kids find internet stardom when they make “Truth or Dare” videos with violent twists. It’s all fun and games until their number one fan decides he wants to play…
Cameron said this about the release: “I am so thankful to work with Invincible Pictures on the release of my first film, Truth or Dare, which is very graphic in nature. Many distributors wanted to trim down the more graphic scenes for the release, and I did not want to see that happen. Invincible Pictures was excited about it in all its graphic glory which was important to me. I am very excited for fans to get their hands on the release, which is my original cut not shown till now.”
The film was a part of a crowd fund campaign and all crowd fund campaign orders are being worked on and will be sent out shortly.
VOD and additional locations will be added over the next 2 months. All information, including where to buy the film, will be posted to the film’s facebook page:
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1932 English language radio drama based on the same novel by Robert Louis Stevenson. This radio adaptation takes some liberties from Stevenson’s novel, like Henry Jekyll being in his 20s rather than 40s as mentioned in the novel, and having an element of romance. There are 52 fifteen-minute episodes, painting Henry Jekyll’s life from childhood till his miserable death.
An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from an idyllic but mysterious “wellness center” at a remote location in the Swiss Alps. He soon suspects that the spa’s miraculous treatments are not what they seem. When he begins to unravel its terrifying secrets, his sanity is tested, as he finds himself diagnosed with the same curious illness that keeps all the guests here longing for the cure. From Gore Verbinski, the visionary director of THE RING, comes the new psychological thriller, A CURE FOR WELLNESS.
Enjoy a complimentary meditation at: http://ACureForWellness.com
In Theaters – February 17, 2017
Cast: Dane DeHaan, Jason Isaacs, Mia Goth
Directed by Gore Verbinski
H.P. Lovecraft was the forefather of modern horror fiction having inspired such writers as Stephen King, Robert Bloch and Neil Gaiman. The influence of his Cthulhu mythos can be seen in film (Re-Animator, Hellboy, and Alien), games (The Call of Cthulhu role playing enterprise), music (Metallica, Iron Maiden) and pop culture in general. But what led an Old World, xenophobic gentleman to create one of literature’s most far-reaching mythologies?
What attracts even the minds of the 21st century to these stories of unspeakable abominations and cosmic gods? LOVECRAFT: FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN is a chronicle of the life, work and mind that created these weird tales as told by many of today’s luminaries of dark fantasy including John Carpenter, Guillermo Del Toro, Neil Gaiman, Stuart Gordon , Caitlin Kiernan, and Peter Straub.
FX has announced that the debut of American Horror Story: Freak Show has set a record as the most watched TV show in the networks history reaching 10 million viewers. With the success of Freak Show, FX has renewed AHS for a 13 episode fifth season to debut in October 2015.
Jessica Cameron & Jonathan Scott Higgins (Truth or Dare) are preparing for their triple feature cross-country horror project with feature film MANIA and the documentary Kill the Production Assistant. They are pleased to announce their collaboration with filmmaker Ryan M. Andrews (Save Yourself, S.I.C.K) with his feature film, Desolation. Check out the new double-bill Grindhouse poster below.
MANIA was written by Higgins and will be Cameron’s 2nd directing vehicle. Kill the Production Assistant will be the feature-length documentary that catalogues the entire experience so that YOU can get a glimpse into the independent world of filmmaking. Cameron and Higgins will produce all three projects. Desolation will replace The Exiled (dir. Brandon Slagle, starring Devanny Pinn) on this film slate. The Exiled has been pushed to a later date.
This November, Cameron, Higgins, and Andrews will load into an RV with other cast/crew and depart from Los Angeles to make back-to-back feature films while traveling cross-country. Read below for more information.
Filming will take place all over the United States, but the filming locations will be decided upon by the amount of fan participation. The city and states with the most interaction and financial contributions through the project’s website
killtheproductionassistant.com will determine the route the filmmakers will take.
The more people contribute, the more pins will be dropped onto a digital map on the project’s website for the home city/state of the contributor. Thus far, the top states are Arizona, Pennsylvania, and California.
By visiting killtheproductionassistant.com fans can contribute to the project and get cool merchandise.
Directed by: Jessica Cameron
Written by: Jonathan Scott Higgins
Starring: Heather Dorff
Tagline: A F@cked Up Lesbian Love Story
Synopsis: A maniac lesbian goes on a killing-spree cross-country with her lover.
Directed by: Ryan M. Andrews
Written by: Ryan M. Andrews
Starring: Jessica Cameron & Heather Dorff
Tagline: Hell Hath No Fury
Synopsis: Along the back roads of America, a hitchhiker is waiting. Gorgeous, mysterious, and full of sadistic rage, what chances do an unsuspecting couple have against her?
Kill the PA
Directed by: Aaron Lane
Synopsis: A feature-length making-of documentary, chronicling the travels and filming of MANIA and Desolation. This is a chance for audiences to see a grassroots approach to independent filmmaking.