'Death Ward 13' Begins Production
Death Ward 13, the latest film from director Todd Nunes (All Through The House) has started pre-production. The film is being billed as "inspired by" S.F. Brownrigg's classic, Don't Go In The Basement and the Edgar Allen Poe story "The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Feather." Says Nunes of Death Ward 13 "In this reimagined version I want to give fans a taste of the original with added practical effects and lots of bloody gore for modern audiences. DEATH WARD 13 will have more nurses, more maniacs, and more blood. We’re eager to shoot the film in an isolated mental hospital in the woods, to embody the iconic 70s grindhouse era." Check out the synopsis and the poster for the film below, then head over to DeathWard13.com for more info.
"It's 1973 and the Stephens Sanitarium for the Criminally Insane prepares to shut down permanently. Days before closing, four beautiful nursing students arrive to care for the last handful of “harmless" mental patients in a suspiciously understaffed ward. Confronted by their violent charges, the nurses soon realize that they are trapped inside the asylum with a deadly crew of vicious lunatics. Each patient has their own perverse identity, their own personal demons, and their own violent agenda. Pushed to the brink of insanity, the young nurses find themselves in a gruesome fight for survival inside Ward 13."
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