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Die Maniacs Die! To Begin 2013 Under Fatality Films

Edgy grindhouse horror film set to begin filming in 2013 will feature over the top maniacs and a rollicking gore fest.

Producers Andrea Albin and Scott Spiegel of Fatality Films will begin production in 2013 on their latest venture “Die, Maniacs, Die!” written by Corey Schubert and Eric La Fuente.

Jourdan McClure, director of “Rogue River” and “Children of Sorrow” will helm the edgy grindhouse horror film starring new comers Blake French, Rochelle Ceilia and Joshua Raymond. Also starring in the film are horror stars Nick Principe of “Laid to Rest” fame and scream queen Barbara Crampton of “Re-Animator”. This rollicking gore fest focuses on the town of New Thetford and the hidden secrets that it keeps, including those secrets that house themselves in the form of deranged and disfigured maniacs.

Years after the death of her parents, Amelia follows in their investigative footsteps only to find herself and her team caught in the horrifying traps of New Thetford’s best kept secret. Amelia, with the help of her older brother Orlando, must now find a way to make it out alive before they too become maniacs.

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