California based production company Elusive Entertainment in association with Welcome Home Productions and Dream Cinema Productions sign award winning stars for latest low budget indie horror movie “Mansion of Blood” starting production on May 11th 2011.
Award winning actor Gary Busey (Piranha 3Dd, Point Break, and Lethal Weapon), Oscar nominated actress Terry Moore (Mighty Joe Young, Beneath the 12 mile Reef), Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff (Baywatch, The Young and the Restless), Said Faraj (The Green Zone, Sinbad the Fifth Voyage), Sarah Alami (VH1’s Scream Queens 2), Sam Stone ( Disney’s Big Time Rush, Halloween Night) and the niece of Universal Pictures founder Carla Laemmle (Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera) all set to start filming “Mansion of Blood” in an exclusive location in West Covina, California.
Directed and written by Michael Donahue, “Mansion of Blood” is a grueling horror set in an abandoned haunted mansion built in 1912 which is renovated in 2012 by millionaire Mason Murphy. To celebrate his new home he hosts a lunar eclipse viewing party at the mansion, inviting everyone in the small town of River Ridge.
A witch casts a spell under the eclipse to visit with the spirit of her dead boyfriend, but the magic runs out of control due to the magically charged items in the house. Thrown outside of normal space and time, the guests are trapped at the mansion until the curse can be broken.
“I am so excited to be appearing in another horror movie.” – said Carla Laemmle. “I spoke the first line of dialogue ever in a horror movie which was “Dracula” in 1931 and I have the last line of dialogue in “Mansion of Blood” 80 years later.”
Horror fans will be in for a treat with “Mansion of Blood” as literally anything becomes possible as the guests fears and nightmares become reality. One by one they die in different ways, killed by accident, murder, monsters, and spirits.
Other independent feature films within the slate scheduled for 2011 release from the “Mansion of Blood” producers include “The Extra”, “The Visitor from Planet Omicron” and “Among Rugged Peaks: The Life Story of Carla Laemmle”.