Tuesday, August 28, 2018

I'll Take Your Dead Tasks One Undertaker with a Difficult Choice in these Early Stills and Film Poster

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Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment are teaming up to bring horror fans a new film. Titled I'll Take Your Dead, this horror thriller has been directed by Chad Archibald (The Drownsman) and written by Jayme LaForest (Bite, 2015). In I'll Take Your Dead, William is tasked with making bodies disappear, for a criminal underworld. But, when a victim turns up still alive, William is tasked with a difficult choice. I'll Take Your Dead stars: Aidan Devine (A History of Violence), Ava Preston (The Odd Squad), Jessica Salgueiro ("The Strain") and Ari Millen. Several new stills and a film poster have been released and can be found here.

Director Archibald has mentioned some of the difficulties in shooting this ghostly thriller. He says of the exterior shooting: "we travelled up north to Orillia and shot this film at an abandoned farm house in the middle of the harsh Canadian winter. That was our home for a month and when we weren’t battling the elements." Archibald also talks about the diverse genres within the film: "I’ll Take Your Dead is a genre bending film that we really wanted to do something different with. It’s a slow burn drama wrapped in a horror film that stands out against everything Black Fawn has done in the past." This is not your average haunted thriller!

I'll Take Your Dead will begin a film festival run later this year. This indie title is expected to start showing, in front of audiences, this Fall. As well, several early stills are available here; they show some of the film's characters, both good and bad.












Release Date: Q3 2018 (Film Festivals).

Director: Chad Archibald.

Writer: Jayme Laforest.

Cast: Aidan Devine, Ava Preston, Jess Salgueiro and Ari Millen.

*a trailer is coming soon.

The body horror feature Bite (2015) is one of Black Fawn Films' most popular releases:




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