Monday, February 8, 2010
Travis Legge approached me the other day to post a press release about a new horror indie horror film called Raymond Did It. I met Travis on a small, closely-knit horror forum and I agreed to post updates on his film. Here is the synopsis:
Raymond Did It is a slasher film in the tradition of Halloween and Prom Night. When twelve-year-old Bryce Rourke is accidentally killed in a playground scuffle, his friends decide to blame Bryce's developmentally delayed older brother for the accident. Raymond is taken to a state hospital while the true killer walks free. Six years later, Raymond escapes from the hospital to seek bloody revenge for his brother's death.
Raymond Did It is written and directed by Travis Legge (Jimmy's Basement, Nation Undead: Kept)
Rounding out the production team on Raymond Did It are Visual Supervisor and Camera Operator Tim Stotz and Picture Editor Robert J. Williams. Tim Stotz has been a professional video producer for over a decade, with hundreds of commercials, several shorts, and a feature under his belt. His work can be found at timstotz.com
Robert J. Williams is a freelance assistant editor and aspiring picture editor working mainly out of the Chicago area. He recently cut the trailer for a highly anticipated 2011 feature and assisted on a National PBS Documentary Special.
Raymond Did It stars Kyle Hoskins (Skeet Shooting, Nation Undead: Kept) as a developmentally delayed man framed for murder and bent on vengeance. Lindsay Felton (VH1 Scream Queens, Grind) co-stars as Tammy, a young woman tormented by guilt for what she and her friends did to Raymond. Also joining the cast are Valerie Meachum (Cyrus) and Linda Cieslik (New Day).
Plastic Age Productions is currently seeking additional investors and distribution for Raymond Did It. Interested parties should contact writer/director Travis Legge at email@example.com for more information.
Actors interested in available roles should check out the casting call available online at http://www.aegisstudios.com/casting.html Raymond Did It is slated to begin principal photography in June 2010.
Honestly, I am actually pretty excited to see this movie. I’ve talked to Travis and he said that he would be able to hook me up with a screener of this so, once the film is released… look for a review of it.