Tuesday, February 14, 2023

‘Baby Blue’ – Adam Mason’s Stephen King Tribute Heads to EFM Ahead of U.S. Release in Spring 2023

Jackrabbit Media will begin sales talks at EFM this week on supernatural horror Baby Blue, ScreenDaily reports this morning. Additionally, the website reports that Baby Blue will get its North American release via XYZ Films this coming Spring.

In the film from Microdose Entertainment and director Adam Mason (The Devil’s Chair, Blood River, Pig, Luster, Junkie, Hangman, “Into the Dark”), “A group of teens stumble across the story of the dead serial killer Baby Blue. When they turn him into the subject of a podcast they soon learn that his murder spree never ended and they are being targeted from beyond the grave.”

Simon Boyes (Songbird, Hangman) wrote the script for Baby Blue, which was Executive Produced by Johannes Roberts, who horror fans know as the director of 47 Meters Down, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, and even The Strangers: Prey at Night.

The film stars Aramis Knight (“Ms. Marvel”), Ally Ioannides (Synchronic), Cyrus Arnold (Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, Zoolander 2), Lia Mchugh (“The Eternals”, The Lodge), Dylan Sprayberry (“Teen Wolf”), Paris Berelc (“Alexa & Kati”e), Khylin Rhambo (“Teen Wolf”, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged), Ellen Karsten (“Just Add Magic”), and Anthony Turpel (“Love, Victor”).

According to Mason, the film is “a love letter to the kind of books and movies I grew up loving, particularly the Stephen King novels that I loved so much as a teenager. It felt like no one was making those kinds of films for the YA market, and the teenage me would be really missing out today. That’s why I wanted to make Baby Blue.”

Co-founded in 2021 by Adam Mason & Bradley Pilz, Microdose is a fully-funded production company, with a slate of ten horror movies currently in various stages of development.

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