Modercine, the studio behind The Girl Next Door and The Woman, has moved on from adapting Jack Ketchum novels to making movies about cheerleaders and creepy jugs. Lucky McKee (May) and Chris Sivertson (I Know Who Killed Me) are set to begin shooting All Cheerleaders Die starring Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee and Tom Williamson. The movie follows a 17-year-old and a group of cheerleaders who must battle the supernatural after trying to destroy the high school football team. Modericine president Andrew van den Houten is producing the supernatural thriller along with Robert Tonino. The film is scheduled to begin filming Nov. 26.
Chad Crawford Kinkle’s Jug Face recently premiered as the Slamdance Film Festival. The film stars Lauren Ashley Carter, Sean Bridgers, Sean Young, and was produced by Houten and Tonino.
Jug Face follows a young girl who finds out her backwoods community is planning on feeding her to a creature in a pit. No word on a release date, but you can check out the teaser trailer below, and find out more about Jug Face at http://jugfacethemovie.com.