This press release arrived in our inbox recently, so we thought we'd just post it straight up for you.
The Production Team behind the upcoming horror film Sin-Jin Smyth got locked and loaded at Fangoria's 'Weekend of Horrors' show in Los Angeles (06-06) and officially announced that SNAPKICK PRODUCTIONS INC. (An independent production outfit based on The Warner Hollywood Lot) and brothers John Gray and Spencer Gray are behind the much talked about film 'JOB' (as in the book of).
The film, based on a sinister plot involving the gruesome disappearance of several priests who run a remote summer camp for boys, (and designed in the spirit of Halloween and Friday the 13th), has already become the source of much debate and controversy among certain religious groups in the Los Angeles area.
Director/Co-writer John Gray was unavailable for comment, but did reveal (at last week's Fangoria Convention) that he refused to take the dark subject matter and make a more passive PG-13 version of the film just to avoid any heated controversy. Saying: 'We plan to keep this one dark, and true to form for the fans of the horror genre!'
The rest of the producing team includes Lota Hadley (Sin-Jin Smyth), and Associate Producer/Editor Travis Dultz. (Sin-Jin Smyth). Lee Perkins (Katiebird: Certifiable Crazy Person) has locked on officially, and the company is in talks with actors Michael (Furnace) Pare and Bill (The Devils Rejects) Moseley to star.