Ghost House Underground Dig Up TwoGoon
As promised more news comes flowing out of Cannes this time by way of The Hollywood Reporter. Ghost House Underground has just acquired the rights to director Gregg Bishop's "Dance of the Dead" and Dave Payne's "No Man's Land: The Rise of Reeker." Lionsgate will distribute both films as part of their deal with GHU in October on DVD.
Dance of the Dead is a tale of high school students who band together to save their town from the living dead, "Dance," written by Joe Ballarini and produced by Bishop and Ehud Bleiberg through Bleiberg Entertainment's Compound B label, debutted at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin earlier this year.
No Man's Land: The Rise of Reeker is a companion piece to Dave Payne's Reeker. In the film, a Sheriff and his son try to apprehend bank robbers on their way to Mexico only to find that they are both being stalked by a far more deadly enemy, the fire-wielding Reeker.