Huge NSFW 'Mania' News!


Jessica Cameron has really become the belle of the scream queen ball. From acting in films like Camel Spider and Silent Night she progressed to writing and directing her first feature - Truth or Dare. Her latest project is, to say the least, her most ambitious to date. 3 films. 2 girls. 1 RV.

Shot over an extended road trip in various cities chosen by a donation process, the three films, Mania (starring Tristan Risk and Ellie Church), Desolation (directed by Ryan W. Andrews), and the documentary Kill the PA, are inching nearer and nearer to completion. Earlier this week Cameron shared some rather NSFW photos of the Mania project, which you can find below. Warning though, they are NSFW and could be offensive to the types of folks who don't frequent websites like this or know who Jessica Cameron is. But before we get tot the fun (and gory) stuff lets here from Cameron herself regarding the three film process:

“I am so excited to have completed principle photography on these films. They were certainly a challenge but it’s amazing what we accomplished. I cannot wait to bring these films to the fans! I have a feeling that they will love them as much as I do. Mania is as sexy as Truth Or Dare was violent so please be cautious when looking at any images/videos/content as it will majorly be NSFW.”

Here are some other highlights of the film making process: "Mania marks the 2nd feature to be directed by Scream Queen Jessica Cameron from a script written by Jonathan Scott Higgins. Desolation was the first film to be completed while traveling cross-country and Kill the PA is the behind the scenes documentary that chronicled the making of both horror features. The passionate group of independent filmmakers all piled into an RV and shot all three features while traveling to California, Nesw Mexico, Texas, Kansas, Tennessee, Ohio, Alabama, and Arizona.
  
Some of the filming locations the cast and crew utilized were houses, abandoned towns, shady motels in the middle of nowhere, and the beautiful desert landscape of Arizona. In fact, while filming a death scene in the Arizona desert, FOUR cop cars showed up claiming that they received a call the team was shooting pornography. When director/executive producer Cameron explained it was a horror film, the Tucson Sheriffs became disappointed and quickly left."





Keep track of Mania, Desolation, Kill the PA, at killtheproductionassistant.com...and keep up with everything Jessica Cameron at jessicacameron.com and on twitter @jessicacameron_.

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