"Autumn Moon" Werewolf Feature Film (Canceled)
"Autumn Moon" Werewolf Feature Film (Canceled)
Autumn Moon Will be an Old-School Werewolf Movie With Enough Fear and Blood to Satisfy Every Horror Fan!
Autumn Moon Will be an Old-School Werewolf Movie With Enough Fear and Blood to Satisfy Every Horror Fan! Read more
About this project
Werewolf movies have always been among Randy's favorite, but sadly they have been getting too watered down and the use of CGI has been too much, so that the werewolf which should be the most important aspect of the film is lost in some badly executed computer effect. Werewolf films like "An American Werewolf in London" or "The Howling" had no CGI and they were better films because of this.
We have invested our time and money to shoot the opening scene to our kick ass old school WereWolf film "Autumn Moon". We need your help to finish it! Kickstarter funds will be used to hire the remaining cast and crew to finish the film. Our F/X budget will go towards finishing the WOLF costumes, mass body parts for mass graves, and LOTS OF BLOOD. This movie will be one of the bloodiest films ever made.
Full Pitch Video:
Pulp writer Michael Renee Allen thought the house on the edge of the woods would be the perfect place to write his next novel. He soon finds that the forest has more to offer than just fresh air and a nice view. Something unspeakable is stalking the forest, a cunning force of pure evil that hunts by night, painting the forest with blood.
The Cast of Autumn Moon :
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Lynn Lowry was born in 1947 in Illinois, but raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She began acting professionally at age 17 in a theater called Shawnee Summer Stock Theater. She relocated to New York City in the late 1960s to pursue other acting jobs to support her young son. Her first movie role was a small part in The Battle of Love's Return (1971) which starred and was directed by Lloyd Kaufman, who later founded the "Troma" independent film company. Her next role was another small, uncredited part in I Drink Your Blood (1970). Her next movie, playing a dual role in Sugar Cookies (1973), which required her to act in the nude for the first time, got her sex appeal. Score (1974) came next which was a X-rated, soft-core, semi-documentary flick which brought on more sex appeal for Lowry's character. Her next role was one of her best in playing "Kathy", a neurotic character in George A. Romero's The Crazies (1973), an action-horror flick filmed in rural Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh. She then was cast for a recurring part in the TV series How to Survive a Marriage (1974). She was also cast for a part in David Cronenberg's horror flick They Came from Within (1975).
After another minor part in Fighting Mad (1976) and a few other movies, Lowry moved to Los Angeles in the early 1980s where, after a slow start, she began acting in the local theater, and occasional movie roles. Most recently, she has been performing on stage as a singer in singing old folk songs and show tunes with her own band.
Bill Oberst Jr.'s performance in Take this Lollipop was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award in 2012. An American actor of German descent, Bill is the polar opposite of his on-screen persona in real life and is a frequent motivational speaker in schools and churches. He started performing as an unpopular fat kid doing impersonations of teachers to amuse his tormentors.
He is most widely-known as the face of director Jason Zada's Take This Lollipop, awarded a 2012 Daytime Emmy Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in the category of "New Approaches-Daytime Entertainment." Oberst has been seen by over 100 million viewers worldwide in the role of a predatory online stalker in the interactive application for Facebook users.
His individual awards include a 2013 Best Actor Award at Pollygrind Film Festival in Las Vegas, a 2012 Best Actor Award at Shockfest Film Festival in Hollywood, a 2012 Golden Cobb Award for Best Rising B-Movie Actor, a 2012 Baddest Villain Award at ZedFest Film Festival in Los Angeles and the 2013 Monstey Award for Great Historical Monster Moments.
His shared awards include a 2013 International Critics Award at the Deauville Film Festival, a 2013 Audience Award at Phoenix Film Festival, a 2013 Audience Award at New Orleans Film Festival, a 2013 Copper Wing Award at Phoenix Film Festival, a 2013 Best Feature Award at Unreal Film Festival, a 2013 Narrative Feature Award at Pollygrind Film Festival, a 2012 Shocker Award for Best Feature at Shockfest Film Festival, a 2012 Best Ensemble Acting Award from Sacramento Horror Film Festival and a 2012 Best Ensemble Acting Award from Phoenix Film Festival.
Camden Toy is an American actor, screenwriter, and film editor. He is best known as a character actor, often under special effects prosthetic makeup. He has acted in over one hundred independent films, as well as a number of television roles.
When Randy R Fabert was 10 he saw the original Frankenstein starring Boris Karloff as "The Monster," and that was a turning point for him. He read every book he could get his hands on about makeup, stage makeup, film and TV makeup. Jack Pierce became his idol. Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy and The Wolf Man were among his favorites and still to this day he will tell you that The Bride of Frankenstein is the best movie ever made. In 1981 Randy was introduced to the work of Rick Baker with An American Werewolf in London and with that he set a new goal. To design and create characters and creatures that would stand up to the likes of Rick Baker. Randy created "Fabert Makeup EFX Studio" to design and create awesome characters and creatures, with a supreme attention to detail.
Risks and challenges
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