CREATURE FROM CANNIBAL CREEK (2019) Preview

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‘You’ll never see it coming’

Creature from Cannibal Creek is a 2019 Canadian comedy horror feature film written and directed by John Migliore (Exorcism of the Dead; Poltergeist Encounters; The Friday Night Death Slot).

The Survival Zombie Films production stars Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith, Simon Wheeldon, Jim Ordolis, Lena Montecalvo and John Migliore. There are also cameo appearances by filmmakers Brett Kelly (GhastliesMy Fair Zombie; Jurassic Shark)  and Sébastien Godin (Lycanimator).

Plot:

A group of cannibals keep people in cages until they’re ready to be butchered. One of the captives escapes but dies in the surrounding forest. Nature soon takes a hand, reviving the former captive and turning him into a marauding beast…

Release:

Creature from Cannibal Creek premiered at the Hexploitation Film Festival on 22nd February 2019. It will be released on Digital and DVD in October 2020.

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Background:

Director-writer John Migliore commented: “I wanted the first trailer for Creature from Cannibal Creek to capture the heart of the film, while also reflecting back on what influenced us to make this kind of movie. I’m a huge fan of horror movies in general, but films from the 1970s have always held a special magic for me.”

Cast and characters:

Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith … Harriet
Simon Wheeldon … Eddie
Jim Ordolis … Neptune
Lena Montecalvo … Jennifer
John Migliore … David
Steve Kasan … Sawyer
Rachél Hopkins … Dawn
Nick Scime … Jim
Caroline Scime … Natalie
Luke Meneok … Ross
Meaghan O’Connor … Amy
Jay MacAulay … Bob
Somer Bettles … Laura
Mark Adamson … Darcy
Sébastien Godin … Ralph

Filming locations:

Cayuga, Ontario, Canada

Technical details:

80 minutes
Aspect ratio: 16:9 HD

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