'Zydeco' horror film released for online distribution

'Zydeco' horror film released for online distribution

POSTED: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 5:00am

UPDATED: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 5:04am

Stormfront Entertainment (SFE) has released their DVD of their first horror movie “Zydeco” for online distribution through the SFE website, with plans for larger distribution through Filmbaby.com within the next couple of weeks.

“Zydeco” is inspired by the famous “Bender Family”, a Kansas family who used their local business as a front to lure in patrons to kill. The film watches as two young ladies Erin (Courtney Shay Young) and Rae (LaTasha Williams) get lost in Central Louisiana and find themselves directed to a local voodoo shop in which they are soon chased by the “Zydeco Killer” (Elgin Foster).

As a sub-plot, Dan Smith (Miles Meili) hires a detective (Liam Andrews) to find his missing sister Donna (Diana Nelson) who was last seen in the same Louisiana town as Erin and Rae.

The film is led by a strong cast of local talent to include Courtney Shay Young (Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, Year One, Pulse 2), LaTasha Williams (Treme), as well as newcomers Elgin Foster, William Hartley as Mr. Rawlins, and Rhonda Schaubert as Mrs. Bouidreaux.

This accomplished ensemble has been assembled under first time director David Noble and Director of Photography Fred Taulbee, Jr. (Gothic Vampires from Hell). Sunny Park was Executive Producer for the project. The movie began pre-production in 2008, conducted principle photography in the winter 2010, and was released in February 2012 throught www.stormfrontentertainment.com. Additional online distribution will be available through Filmbaby.com later this month, and SFE is working on online streaming through Netflix at this time.

Stormfront Entertainment (SFE) is an independent company that has recently relocated from the Central Louisiana area to Seoul South Korea. Upcoming SFE projects include “Messages” about a young Korean girl who sends messages to the oppressed North through balloons, and “Continuance”, which is an iPad version of “Paranormal Activity”.
 

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