A spooky Halloween release peeps!
Vision Entertainment Group founders and producers Zachery Bryan and Adam Targum announce their anticipated thriller, Rogue River, scheduled to be released for Halloween. Bryan is best known for being a series regular on ABC’s hit series Home Improvement as the eldest son of Tim Allen’s character.
The film follows Mara, who sets off on a solitary journey to Oregon’s Rogue River to scatter the remains of her recently deceased father when she meets married couple Jon and Lea. Striking a quick friendship thru sharing their grief, things are quickly revealed to be not as they seem, and Mara’s life erodes into a nightmare of terror, dragging her into the most twisted recesses of the human psyche.
The film stars veteran horror talent, Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), Michelle Page (Sensored) Michael Rooker (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer), Art Alexakis (lead singer of Everclear), Lucinda Jenney, and Chris Coy. The film is directed by newcomer Jourdan McClure.
Bryan’s feature credits include Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Game of their Lives (opposite Gerard Butler), Held For Ransom (opposite Dennis Hopper), among many others. Targum’s writing/producing credits include Fox’s Standoff, CBS’s Eleventh Hour and CSI:NY, as well as the feature film The Good Student.
Vision Entertainment Group anticipates the release of their next feature, Prowl, in conjunction with Afterdark Films, distributed through Lionsgate, due out fall 2010. Next on tap for Vision Entertainment Group is a collaboration with Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions on The Grief Tourist, starring Michael Cudlitz and Emmy Award winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), directed by Suri Krishnamma (A Man of No Importance and New Years Day), and written by Frank John Hughes (Band of Brothers and Catch Me If You Can), which is currently in pre-production.