The directing team behind Manborg and the ABCs of Death segment W is for Wish are returning to the horror genre with The Void, and we have lots to share with you on what looks to be a stunning journey into Hell, monsters and some really creepy and insane stuff.
Below we have the press release announcing the films IndieGogo campaign, and in it are all the details on the superb looking film that you need. Also included below is a first look concept trailer, and if the final films is half as good as this incredible trailer makes out, then boy are we in for a treat with this.
Finally, included below are two rather awesome posters for the film, so get reading, get watching and take it all in below, for The Void is looking destined to become a cult classic!
The Press Release:
Cult indie directors Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie (Manborg, “W Is for WISH” from ABCs of Death 2) and producer Casey Walker of Cave Painting Pictures (A Little Bit Zombie) have launched an Indiegogo campaign to get a head start on pre-production for THE VOID, an original horror film that pits a small-town police officer against all manner of otherworldly creatures in a derelict, rural hospital.
“We’re launching this campaign early in order ensure that the film’s special effects are achieved practically. It’s important to start building our film’s creatures immediately to ensure we can realize them on set and in-camera,” said Kostanski and Gillespie.
Typical independent productions access funding mere weeks before a shooting window, often necessitating that visual effects be implemented during post-production, when the filmmakers have more time and resources to apply them. “Through crowd-fundraising support, Cave Painting Pictures intends to buck that trend by prioritizing the pre-production period and permitting Steven and Jeremy to get a head start in the development of the various creatures that will terrorize the heroes of THE VOID,” said Walker.
THE VOID marks a new chapter in the rising trajectory of Kostanski and Gillespie, who are also both design and FX veterans of major Hollywood productions. This project sees them shedding their parodic sensibilities (as seen in their previous films made as part of Winnipeg’s Astron-6 collective) in pursuit of a more serious and scary tone. However, as in Kostanski and Gillespie’s previous films, there will still be a strong commitment to practical special effects.
The film is on track to go to camera this summer.