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'The Hobbit' s Elijah Wood Horror Fans Want To Take To The Woodshed


'The Hobbit' s Elijah Wood Horror Fans Want To Take To The Woodshed

Exclusive: The Lord Of The Rings star Elijah Wood has partnered with Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller to form The Woodshed, an indie company that will focus on genre fare.
 While I tend to associate with Wood reprises his healthy hobbit in Peter Jackson's Hobbit films, he played a pretty terrible cannibal in Sin City, and he played a full-on serial killer Maniac Franck Khalfoun-directed remake, the IFC Midnight acquired after the premiere at Cannes.


Not surprisingly, Wood is a horror fanatic.
"I've been a fan of horror movies and the genre in general since I was little and have become increasingly passionate about the idea of ​​there being a space in which the horror film that takes the subject matter seriously, and the characters could be produced," he said.
"That which is born of a conversation with our love for the genre and what we feel is lacking in the broad sense, especially from the U.S. market, becoming The Woodshed."

The trio met in my From the Future, an independent movie Atlas unreleased. Noah is a writer who has scripted indies that includes faith and McCanick, the latter a cop drama directed by Waller, and Max Rose, starring Jerry Lewis in his last film role.
Waller wrap Raze new female action thriller, starring Zoe Bell and Rachel

Nichols. David Morse, Cory Monteith, Ciaran Hinds, Mike Vogel, and Maura Tierney star in McCanick.

Woodshed has been collecting rocks and fear they will be co-director of the upcoming festival nightmare city, which will include Maniac, with the rest of the slate will be unveiled last week.
Nightmare city covering 73 events in total: 45 repertory screenings, 10 concerts live music, 8 LA premiere, the show blacklight poster art, and magic and comedy show.

On the production side, the Woodshed will begin with:

* Curse The Darkness, a socio-political zombie movie that scripted by Brandon Maurice Williams to shoot in February in Florida in partnership with Film Cinipix. Building a research anthropologist Wade Davis, the film takes a reasoned approach to the practice of Haitian zombies to deal with immigration issues. Lawrence Inglee is also a co-producer.

* Henley, transfer feature from 2012 Sundance short written by Clay McLeod Chapman and Craig MacNeill. MacNeill will direct and Noah Greenberg is a producer and cinematographer. The film is described as an intimate portrait of a sociopath 9 years old when he first discovered his taste for killing.

- The Ford-scripted Ivan Harrow, which will be directed by Keith Fulton and Lou Pepe (Lost in La Mancha, Brothers Of Head) chronicles the friendship between a doctor and a woman seriously and a photojournalist shade because they are stuck together in a the city has been quarantined due to a number of disturbing paranormal events.

* The Peter Charles Melman-scripted It Was Cruel, which will be led by Shadow Of The Vampire's E. Elias Merhige. This film uses the horror genre to deal with the spiritual corruption that many Jews were forced to accept in order to survive World War II.

Rates Woodshed future will include collaborations with filmmakers, including Alex de la Iglesia (The Last Circus), Nimrod Antal (Predators), Panos Cosmatos (Beyond The Black Rainbow), and the vid helmer Ace Norton.

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