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STAKE LAND ranks in at #87 on AudienceEverywhere’s Netflix Gem list.
“Stake Land has achieved cult status for good reason, becoming a fan-favourite for its heart and effort alone. Not only do we get a brutal wasteland to traverse, but one filled with vampires instead of zombies”
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Just landed on You Tube: GoodBadFlicks in-depth exploration of Jim Mickle’s Stake Land.
From Bloody Disgusting:
Dark Sky Secretly Filmed a Sequel to STAKE LAND and It’s Called THE STAKELANDER
Dark Sky Films, Glass Eye Pix and Syfy today announced the completion of production on The Stakelander, the eagerly anticipated follow-up to the acclaimed action horror hit Stake Land.
The film, based on an original screenplay by Nick Damici, wrapped shooting in Saskatchewan this past week. Damici and co-star Connor Paolo reprise their Stake Land roles in the new film, which was directed by the team of Dan Berk and Robert Olsen of Last Pictures, creators of the 2015 thriller Body.
Damici, co-writer and star of We Are What We Are and Cold in July, returns in the role of Mister and Connor Paolo (Mystic River, TV’s Revenge) is back as Martin in a new adventure set a few years after the events in Stake Land, in which mankind must struggle to survive in the wake of a vampire apocalypse. Also starring are Laura Abramsen (Basic Human Needs), AC Peterson (Shooter), Bonnie Dennison (Beneath), Kristina
The Stakelander was produced by Peter Phok and Larry Fessenden of Glass Eye Pix, Greg Newman of Dark Sky Films and co-produced by the Syfy Channel, where the film will premiere as a Syfy Original, as well as Mark Montague of Berkserker Entertainment. Chadd Harbold of Last Pictures supported as Associate Producer. The film marks the latest collaboration between Dark Sky Films and Glass Eye Pix, the production teams that have brought audiences countless successful elevated genre films, including Stake Land, The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers and Late Phases, among others.
Check out the full coverage at Bloody-Disgusting.com.
Shooting has wrapped on the STAKE LAND sequel!!! Directed by BODY directors Dan Berk and Robert Olson, written by Nick Damici, who stars alongside Connor Paolo. Produced by GEP & Dark Sky Films. EW has all the details; check it at the link!
Our 30th Anniversary Hootenanny continues with this series of Legacy Docs celebrating the community and collaborators that have kept us honest all these years…
Adam Barnick put together this portrait of GEP’s longest-running collaborator BECK UNDERWOOD, responsible for logos (HABIT, NO TELLING, WENDIGO), art departments (HOLLOW VENUS, I SELL THE DEAD, BITTER FEAST, STAKE LAND), script writing (NO TELLING, HABIT), GEP advent calendars, the CREEPY CHRISTMAS FILM FESTIVAL, the brand new TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE teaser… and some mayhem of her own… check it!
This weekend (Friday November 13th and Saturday November 14th) IFC Center in NYC screens STAKE LAND at 12:15am (b0th showings) as part of their Glass Eye Pix: 30th Anniversary Tribute. Catch up with the film variety called “Highly cinematic, pitch-perfect…”
Posters for the Glass Eye Pix productions The House of the Devil, Automatons and Stake Land adorn the walls of the mysterious Screening Room in the recently unveiled trailer for the forthcoming horror video game UNTIL DAWN from Sony PlayStation 4. What other inside jokes await the careful observer…? Only time will tell. Until Dawn will be released in 2015, and was scripted by Fessenden and Graham Reznick.
Scribe Nick Damici is at SXSW promoting the latest Glass Eye Pix collaboration with MPI / Dark Sky, Adrian Bogliano’s Late Phases. In a recent interview, Damici leaked preliminary thoughts on a Stake Land TV series he has been penning based on the beloved film.
Read the scoop here.
Congratulations to GEP pal Bonnie Dennison! Check out the exclusive From Deadline Hollywood:
“Bonnie Dennison has landed a lead role in Fox‘s multi-camera comedy pilot created/executive produced by 30 Rock co-executive producer Matt Hubbard and exec producer by 30 Rock creator/co-showrunner Tina Fey and co-showrunner Robert Carlock. Directed/exec produced by Pam Fryman, the untitled comedy is set at a women’s college that begins accepting men for the first time in its history.”