Aug 28, 2007 02:18 PM EST

Tara Cardinal and Alicen Holden to Star in Terminal Descent

Tara Cardinal and Alicen Holden to Star in Terminal Descent
Four urban exploring Riot Grrrlz and their guy pal enter the long abandoned Buffalo Central Terminal seeking an afternoon of urban archaeological excitement. Instead they must battle for survival against a horde of Cannibal Mutant Hobos.

Written and to be directed by David R. Williams (Prison of the Psychotic Damned, Ice Queen, FrightWorld, Red Scream Vampyres) and co-produced by Red Scream Films LLC and Dissolve Pictures for Medicine Show Cinema, Terminal Descent is the fourth film to be produced by Red Scream Films LLC this year.

Principal photography begins September 14th, 2007.

Prison of the Psychotic Damned, the first Red Scream film, has been released by York Entertainment and has polarized horror fans. "You love it or you hate it." said Williams, "Which doesn't bother me in the least. We want audiences to react to our films. If someone watches a Red Scream film and when its over goes, it was okay, we've failed. I want a reaction. A strong reaction. I'd rather you hate our films, hate us, then shrug and say, it was okay."

Terminal Descent stars Tara Cardinal (Legend of the Red Reaper) as Ikari and Alicen Holden (Blood of the Lamb) as Becks. The film also stars Catherine Scrivo, Luxe Couture, and Justin Irwin.

The film is being shot on location in the Buffalo Central Terminal. Built in 1930 the massive building rivals New York City's Grand Central Station. Closed in the mid-70s the 17 story building has been empty since.

Terminal Descent will be directed by David R Williams. David and Sean-Michael Argo of Dissolve Pictures are executive producing. Special makeup effects are being provide by Winterland FX and Seng Varipath of S.E. Entertainment is DP. An early 2008 release is anticipated.
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