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Friday, September 10, 2021

From the Team Behind ‘Terrifier 2’ Comes Horror Movie ‘Stream’ Starring Danielle Harris and Jeffrey Combs!

While we wait for the hotly anticipated sequel Terrifier 2, a brand new horror project has sprung up from the film’s producers, titled Stream and now funding through Indiegogo.

The cast is stacked with familiar faces, including Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator / Would You Rather), Danielle Harris (Halloween 4, 5 / Hatchet 2), Tim Reid (Stephen King’s IT / WKRP Cincinnati), Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial / The Howling), Mark Holton (Leprechaun), Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp / A Nun’s Curse), Daniel Roebuck (The Fugitive / Final Destination), Dave Sheridan (Scary Movie / The Devil’s Rejects), Terry Alexander (Day of the Dead / Night of the Living Dead II), David Howard Thornton (Terrifier / Terrifier 2), Charles Edwin Powell (Exorcist III/Screamers), Bob Adrian (The Conjuring 2), Sydney Malakeh (Cheer Camp Killer), Wesley Holloway (Terrifier 2), and Michael Leavy (Terrifier).

Director Michael Leavy explains to Bloody Disgusting, “Over 90% of the movie is already shot and in the can. It’s currently in post production but due to the pandemic there were a lot of unforeseen expenses we didn’t initially plan for in order to keep everyone safe and work efficiently. So to balance that out we put our heads together and decided what better way to do this then to offer fellow horror fans a chance to come on board with us on a project that has some amazing talent in it. These are people we all grew up watching, especially if you’re a die-hard horror fan like myself and get this …. the best part of it all is the movie is almost complete! We went right into production after completing Terrifier 2 with pretty much the same crew, including David Howard Thornton (aka Art the Clown himself) and Damien Leone (who is the director of Terrifier and Terrifier 2 and of course does all the practical fx on the films). Damien holds nothing back and brings that same gritty 80s style we all know and love to Stream.”

Yes, the makeup FX for Stream were indeed handled by Damien Leone himself!

In the film, “When Roy and Elaine Keenan realize their family is drifting apart, they decide that something needs to be done. Roy forces his work to take a back seat and they seize the opportunity to recreate a vacation from their past. A peaceful stay in a quaint hotel is just what they need, however that is not what is in store for them.

“With four deranged murderers patrolling the seemingly mundane halls, the odds are definitely not in the Keenan family’s favor. Roy must fight for his life and those of his family as their simple weekend getaway truly turns into a vacation to die for!”

Check out some stills below and head over to Indiegogo to put some skin in the game!



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3682525/team-behind-terrifier-2-comes-horror-movie-stream-starring-danielle-harris-jeffrey-combs/

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