May 9, Check out CNC World's
(a 24 hr Beijing, China based news channel) video
coverage of the film premiere from here!
Please note that the film is referred to as "The
Crows" several times, and Domi Arcangeli's
is misspelled as Domiziano Arvangel...
May 9, Images from the premiere...
Actor Michael Segal
Actress Tara Cardinal and director Ivan Zuccon
9, Entertainment website Moveorama
named writer/director Ivan Zuccon (seen here with
actor Domi Arcangeli) "Artist Of The Week"!
Check out their facebook page here...
May 9, Early coverage of the
Wrath of the Crows premiere from filmhousetv.it
May 2, The world premiere
of Ivan Zuccon's latest shocker - Wrath of the
Crows - is tonight at Hollywood's Cinespace!
Ivan and some of the cast and crew will be in attendance...
for more news (in Italian), and watch this space
for updates in the coming days...
April 27, Check out the new
teaser trailer for Wrath of the Crows, which
fangoria.com premiered a couple of days ago,
exactly one week before the film makes its debut!
The screening will take place Thursday, May 2 at
(6356 Hollywood Boulevard)...
out the teaser below, and be sure to head over to
fangoria.com for more...
April 21, The world premiere
of Wrath of the Crows, which takes place
May 2nd at the Cinespace in Hollywood, is now less
that two weeks away! Writer/director Ivan Zuccon
and some members of the cast will be in attendance...
out the new "black raven version"
of the official poster below...
April 14, Check out the latest
batch of character posters Ivan created for his
upcoming film, Wrath of the Crows. They showcase
the wide range of characters the film has to offer,
and the amazing actors that portray them...
11, With the premiere only
weeks away, writer/director Ivan Zuccon has created
several alternate promotional posters and character
posters for Wrath of the Crows...
can check them out below, and click here
for coverage of the film, courtesy of bloody-disgusting.com...
30, Wrath of the Crows
is set to make its world premiere Thursday, May
2nd at the Cinespace
in Hollywood! The film stars Debbie Rochon, Tiffany
Shepis, Tara Cardinal and Domiziano Arcangeli, and
according to writer/director Ivan Zuccon, WotC
is "...very gory and brutal, but tied by
a strong concept and the whole story is focused
on the characters' development. So there's not only
splatter sequences, but also atmospheric moments,
a few dream-like sequences and a final twist that
will shock you all."
for more exclusive info from fangoria.com...
March 30, Video
Junkie, an excellent cult and exploitation movie
review blog, takes a look back at Ivan's fourth
feature length film Bad Brains (2006). Based
on his 1998 short film Degenerazione, the
film stars Emanuele Cerman, Valeria Sannino and
February 7, Ivan's previous
feature Colour from the Dark - based on H.P.
Lovecraft's The Colour Out of Space - is
now available on iTunes! The film, which was originally
released in 2010, stars Debbie Rochon, Michael Segal,
Marysia Kay, Gerry Shanahan, Eleanor James, Matteo
Tosi, Emmett Scanlan, and Alessandra Guerzoni...
January 31, Ivan just passed
along some amazing news in regards to Wrath of
the Crows, his latest cinematic creation...
world premiere for WotC will take place the
week of April 7th (the specific date to be announced)
at the CINESPACE
in Hollywood! Ivan is also gearing up to shoot an
additional scene from February 11th to the 14th,
with new actors Carl Wharton, Chris Pybus, Svetlana
Bekleseva, Andreea Togan, and Marcella Braga. Tiffany
Shepis and Gerry Shanahan will also make their return.
The scene promises to be huge, and involves a lot
of special make-up effects...
is an exciting time at Studio Interzona,
so watch this space for more...
This last update is the most exciting news we have
released on the Studio Interzona website
since the initial announcement of Wrath of the
week, Saturday, December the 15th Ivan will present
a special sneak peek of Wrath of the Crows
at the Italian Horror Fest! The screening will be
of a 30 minute "rough cut" of the
There is a fantastic article on the current state
of Italian horror cinema which focuses on the work
of Ivan Zuccon over at hemlockbooks.co.uk.
It was written by friend and supporter M J Simpson,
and covers everything from Ivan's debut, The
Darkness Beyond, through his latest, The
Wrath of Crows, currently in post-production...
recently announced that the world premiere of Wrath
of the Crows will be in February of 2013 in
Los Angeles, California! An exact date and venue
has not been revealed, but further details should
July 15, There's a new interview
with Ivan up on the Dr.
Terror's Blog of Horrors as part of their "Italian
Horror Week: The Rebirth of the Italian Horror Empire"!
Check it out here...
June 19, More NyMpha
news as the film will finally be hitting the UK
on DVD and select cinema's courtesy of Trash
House Cinema Productions. Details are forthcoming...
7, Writer/director Ivan Zuccon
has created a series of lobby cards for his upcoming
feature, Wrath of the Crows, which you can
see below! The images originally appeared on Ivan's
April 27, Ivan's film NyNpha,
starring Tiffany Shepis, is now available through
VOD distribution in Italy. Click here
you are unfamiliar with the film, you can check
out a review over on the "Arrow in the Head"
February 24, We have amazing
news to share today as Ivan's 2008 feature Colour
from the Dark will go theatrical in Italy beginning
in March! The film stars Debbie Rochon, Michael
Segal, Matteo Tosi, Marysia Kay, Emmett J. Scanlan
and Gerry Shanahan...
January 4, Happy New Year
everyone, 2012 is off to a great start with the
debut of the first teaser trailer for Ivan's latest,
Wrath of the Crows! The film stars Tiffany
Shepis, Debbie Rochon, Tara Cardinal and Domiziano
it out below...
Writer/director Ivan Zuccon sent another batch of
Wrath of the Crows images to whet our appetite!
Look for the official WoC site to launch
August, 29 Wrath of the
Crows set reports, days 29 and 30!
Day 29, August 26th
shot pick-ups today without actors, details, effects
stuff, head explosions with a "squib",
guns shots...there were a lot of little things that
we finished later in the day also. The work was
very relaxed and we had fun. My wife played Tiffany
Shepis' body-double and my daughter helped my 1st
assistant Eugenia; this made me so proud!
30, August 27th
is the last day of shooting. We shot a scene with
a young Charlie. I played the very small role. It
was funny for me to play a role, and I can say for
sure that it was uncomfortable to be at the opposite
end of the camera. The scene with me was the last
one, principal photography of the movie is finished.
shooting this movie, I've seen a lot of talent in
every department; this was the best cast/crew I
have ever had. I want to thank everyone who worked
on this film, people that will be in my heart forever!!
hope to start post-production soon, stay tuned!
August 26, Wrath of the
Crows set report, Day 28!
Day 28, August 25th
last day of shooting with actors. We started with
two pick-ups, one for scene one, the other for scene
10, and then it was time for one of the most complex
scenes in the whole movie. A flashback scene where
the three soldiers kill each other under a heavy
rain. The set-up took a lot of time. We used three
different rain machines and the actors were in the
rain for most of the night. It was tough for them,
but they gave me great performances.
we'll have some FX stuff and some details to pick-up,
all without actors. We have almost finished the
production. I'm happy because it was a very physically
demanding film for me, but I'm sad because I miss
all the guys, my crew and all the actors and people
involved in this film.
August 25, Wrath of the
Crows set report,
Day 27, August 24th
was thinking about the three soldiers today, and
I realized how good a choice it was to assign these
roles to the Italian actors Michael Segal, Matteo
Tosi and Giuseppe Gobbato. Three different actors
with three different talents. When I see Michael
Segal with the Officer uniform on, I see him transformed.
we shot scene two with the soldiers and John Game
(as Skinny). Again John gave me an outstanding performance,
and the soldiers and the Officer did exactly the
same. I especially enjoyed the rage and madness
shown by Michael Segal when he attempts to drown
There was a lot of Special FX with the teeth extraction
and the death of Skinny.
was the last day for John Game. He was amazing.
I think he had the most physically demanding role
of the film and he showed me he is a true actor.
August 25, Wrath of the
Crows set reports,
days 24, 25, 26!
Day 24, August 21st
before I went to the set, I watched some footage,
and there's a lot of amazing stuff. I looked at
the footage of the tunnel location and it looks
very scary. The material we did with Debbie and
Suzi at the circus location is very entertaining.
Suzi Lorraine's Pierrot Make-up is very nice and
she looks great with the short black wig. Great
Special FX as well, with the axe in Suzi's head.
start with today's scenes. Today we shot Suzi's
last scene, number six, a very dramatic scene. Both
actors, John Game and Suzi Lorraine, were great.
John is a fine talent; Suzi impressed me when she
had to cry in the dramatic scene. An amazing scene,
I'm very happy.
is the day that both Debbie Rochon and Suzi Lorraine
leave the set. It was sad to see them leave; I hope
to see them again soon.
25, August 22nd
26, August 23rd
shot scene one and scene eight today, with John
Game who plays Skinny and the soldier. It was a
great night with a lot of complicated camera angles
and complex action.
was physically demanding, but very, very fun. A
big thanks to all the people involved, cast and
crew, the material we shot tonight was really great!
finished at 7:00 am, and after work, when I started
to relax a bit myself, I realized that this is the
first day on set without Debbie Rochon (she was
with us from day one). I miss her so much, I miss
her immense talent, and I miss her big heart and
personality...I consider her a very good friend
and I can't thank her enough for all she did for
August 23, Wrath of the
Crows set reports, days 21, 22, 23!
Day 21, August 18th
51 and 52 today, with Debbie Rochon, Tara Cardinal,
Matteo Tosi and Giuseppe Gobbato. Drama and action
in these scenes. Debbie and Matteo show their respective
talent in acting, in scene 51. What a great combo
they are when they act together!
scene 52, Tara and Giuseppe showed their skill in
action scenes, with some Special FX too. It was
a long night, but we finished the program and we
are on schedule.
22, August 19th
changed locations for today's scene. We are in a
tunnel, where Spoon and the soldiers are. The location
is great, but full of dust. This is also the last
day on set for actress Tara Cardinal. I'll miss
her. She did a great job on set, especially in the
is also the last day for my friend, and talented
actor, Emanuele Cerman. His portrayal of Spoon will
be considered a cult classic in the future, he was
23, August 20th
scenes with Debbie Rochon and Suzi Lorraine today.
Thanks to my crew members Matteo and Carlo who helped
us with the set design and with a lot of circus
most fun thing was to watch Debbie Rochon learn
how to throw knives and an axe for the scene.
finished the last of her scenes tonight. She will
also be here tomorrow, because her flight doesn't
leave until Monday.
John Game arrived on set. He looks perfect for the
role of Skinny. Tomorrow he will start working,
can't wait to see his acting.
August 18, Wrath of the
Crows set reports,
days 18, 19, 20!
Day 18, August 15th
started by making up scene 64 with the characters,
Spoon and Charlie, the old man. It's the final scene
of the movie, so we made sure everything was accurate.
We used the crane for the shot. Spoon is a very
weird role, and Emanuele did a terrific job with
the characterization. The film ends with an extreme
close-up, a big responsibility for him. After this
scene was done we started with the program of today.
we shot a great scene in a church (with wonderful
Make-up FX on the priest's face, realized by the
CreaFX guys, a very impressive piece of prosthetic
art), when Hugo kills the priest that performs miracles,
and a scene in Spoon's hideout, where he kills one
of his victims. For the victim I've called my friend
Roberta Marrelli, a great friend of mine and a great
actress too. It was a great pleasure to see her
on my set. We finished at 8:00 am, very, very late.
This was because we had some problems with the Make-up
FX. We will try to fix these issues during the next
19, August 16th
we shot Liza's dream sequence. Everything went smoothly.
A very nice scene, very surreal. I love these kinds
of things. Then we prepared the scene with Spoon,
when he is daydreaming. The scene was so much fun;
we had a lot of laughs! We needed a fun scene, so
now we are a bit more relaxed and can afford a very
dramatic scene with Tara Cardinal. This was the
scene where the character Liza sees her three dead
daughters. A very intense scene and a great job
by Tara Cardinal. We finished at 4:00 am. Not bad more
hours to get some rest before the next day, that
will be a tough one.
20, August 17th
will be the last day for Irish actor Gerry Shanahan.
We finished all of his shots. He did all his work
with "blind" contacts in, and he's truly
blind when they are covering his eyes. It was a
tough night for him because the two scenes huge
finished late, but we shot almost everything. Just
a couple of camera angles to make up. Debbie Rochon
impressed me again with her great acting.
Lorraine arrived on set today. She's an amazing,
gorgeous woman, and very, very sweet. She will play
different roles in the movie. Tonight she played
the black souls. She was very good, and she wore
full body make-up for the role. Her whole body as
painted black. It looked sexy and scary at the same
time. A very long night but I had a lot of fun!
August 15, More behind-the-scenes
images from the set of Wrath of the Crows...
15, Wrath of the Crows
set reports, day 16 and 17!
Day 16, August 13th
we introduced a new character named Spoon. The role,
played by actor Emanuele Cerman, is a mentally handicapped
person who serves the slop in the prison. It's a
fun role and Emanuele did an excellent job with
it. We worked a lot with the crew to set up the
camera, and this took a lot of time. We finished
late and now we have to recover a scene.
Domiziano Arcangeli finished his work on set. He's
a very kind person. I'll miss him, and I hope to
work with him again in the future.
17, August 14th
much deserved day-off for the cast and crew, but
not for me. I shot some scenes with my seven year
old daughter. She plays "young Debby"
and the three twins in Liza's flashbacks. I had
a lot of fun working with my daughter. My wife helped
me too with my little one, Miriam. We finished at
11 pm. After that, it was time for some rest.
Wrath of the Crows set reports, days 13,
14 and 15!
Day 13, August 10th
started with close-ups of scenes 1, 10 and 11. Filming
started very early, before the sun went down. Our
actors did a terrific job.
it was time for the fight scene between Tiffany
Shepis and Debbie Rochon. The scene is very big,
with many camera angles and some Make-up FX.
two actresses were amazing, and we had a lot of
fun watching them fight.
Day 14, August 11th
started on scene 24 at dawn, with actor Domiziano
Arcangeli. It's a nice flash back scene with the
character Larry who kills one of his victims. We
shot this outside with beautiful sunlight at dawn.
it was the time for scene 63. A great scene with
almost all the prison set in frame. We needed some
time to set the lights and truck. Tiffany Shepis
acted with Gerry Shanahan, who plays Charlie, the
old wise and blind man. Both did a great job. I'm
so happy with the scene, but I'm also sad, because
it was Tiffany Shepis' last scene. Tomorrow she
will go home, and I will miss her a lot. I can't
thank her enough for the fantastic job she did on
my film. I hope to work with her again soon.
Day 15, August 12th
are now in the middle of the production. It's incredible
how fast time goes when you are making a movie,
dream sequences tonight, specifically, scenes 33,
34 and 35.
started with Hugo's dream. Preparing the set was
complex, because during the dream it starts raining
inside of the prison. We built a fake cell in exterior,
and used three different rain machines. The shot
was fantastic and very realistic.
it was time for Debbie's dream. The scene contains
some Special FX and a great performance from Debbie
Rochon. I love her talent, she is a true artist.
we shot Larry's dream with Domiziano Arcangeli.
During the scene he is covered by barbed wire. The
scene was impressive, and the FX guys did a great
job and so did Domiziano Arcangeli. The preparation
took hours, but Domiziano had a lot of patience.
10, New behind-the-scenes
images from Wrath of the Crows! Also, check
out several new set reports below...
schedule tonight. We had several FX scenes, including
scene 39, when Larry kills Hugo with a machete and
scene 43, when Tiffany Shepis extracts the heart
of a prisoner. A lot of stuff to do; we finished
very late, around 7:00 am.
D'Onofrio is filming some making-of footage that
looks very fun!!
looking at the footage right now; I must say it
August 10, Wrath of the
Crows set report, day 11!
Day 11, August 8th
started earlier with the angle shots of scene 37
we had to recoup. Everything went fine so we finished
fast. Then it was time for two very interesting
dialogue scenes. I used traveling shots for both
of the masters of scene, and then I did close-ups
and medium shots to cover all the actors and dialogues.
A very good day of work.
only bad thing is that my friend and collaborator
on set Edoardo, was forced to leave the set due
to family problems. I hope he'll be back soon.
August 10, Wrath of the
Crows set report, day 10!
Day 10, August 7th
only shot scene 37 today, but it's a huge scene
with a lot of action and Special FX. Its Liza's
execution scene, killed by a gun shot from the terrible
Officer. We weren't able to finish the entire scene
because dawn arrived. We only have a couple of angles
to recoup the next day.
friend (journalist, reporter and photographer) Roberto
D'Onofrio arrived on set today. It's a great joy
for me, because I have a lot of respect for him,
and he's someone I love like a brother. He will
be staying on set for ten days or so. He's also
a very good friend to Tiffany Shepis and Debby Rochon,
so there's very good alchemy on the set now.
August 9, Ivan Zuccon has
provided us with the first batch of Wrath of
the Crows images, which you can check out below!
Check back tomorrow for the latest set reports...
7, Wrath of the Crows
set report, day nine!
Day 9, August 6th
was the night of some very good Special FX scenes.
Waiting for Tiffany Shepis' Make-up FX, we started
working on a beautiful dialogue scene between actors
Brian Fortune and Domi Arcangeli. The scene was
great. It was fun to see Brian eating the prison
slop during the scene. Brian is so natural when
he acts, a true talent.
we shot the FX scene with Tiffany. The make-up looks
something like an undead witch, and it worked out
very well. Tiffany's acting skills helped a lot
too. She looked scary and sexy at the same time!
August 6, Wrath of the
Crows set report, day eight!
Day 8, August 5th
we started with some crane shots, showing the entire
prison in an birds-eye point of view, while the
prisoners are sleeping. The shots are spectacular.
we started with scene 21. It's a physical confrontation
between Debbie Rochon and Tiffany Shepis. In the
end Debbie throws a knife at Tiffany, and the Special
FX looked very nice. I love to see Tiffany Shepis
covered in fake blood, she looks amazing. The shot
with Tiffany is very good, and intense. She is a
August 5, Wrath of the
Crows set report, day seven!
Day 7, August 4th
We shot three scenes tonight, 17, 18 and 19.
We started with scene 19, and used a crane for some
amazing camerawork. We needed time to set-up, but
once we finished, we started filming with Debbie
Rochon and the scene turn out beautiful.
17 was another fight scene between the dog-soldier
(Giuseppe Gobbato) and Liza (Tara Cardinal). I shot
this scene using only the hand-held camera, and
it worked out very well. I used more hand-held camerawork
in my past movies, because I want to convey tension
to the audience and help them to better feel the
emotions of the characters.
18 was a dialogue scene. There's a very intense
confrontation between Tiffany Shepis and Debbie
Rochon, both are great actresses, and the scene
was amazing. We had a fun moment when Debbie spit
blood on Tiffany's face, and we had a lot of laughs
shooting the prisoner, Larry (Domiziano Arcangeli),
who started the scene by peeing in a bucket in his
cell. We finished at 6:00 am, but we finished everything
on the program, so I'm very happy!
August 4, Day six on Wrath
of the Crows!
Day 6, August 3rd
with the raven wasn't easy. We started with some
easy shots on the river and everything went smoothly.
We then went to the jail set and had rehearsals
with it and the crow was very quite and behaved
like a true actor. Unfortunately, when all the actors
were on their cell phones, the bird became nervous
and started flying everywhere except where it was
supposed to. We were unable to get the shot, so
we stopped and started filming another scene without
next scene was an action sequence between the characters
Liza and the officer. The scene was very complex.
Almost the entire cast was on set, all the prisoners
and all of the soldiers. Everything went very well,
so at the end, we started with the crow again. The
bird calmed down, and we were able to shot some,
but I need more, so I think I will have to call
the trainers [of the crow] again before the end
of the shoot.
were unable to shot scene 19, so we will have to
pick it up tomorrow.
August 3, Days four and five
are in the can! Check out Ivan's set reports below...
Day 4, August 1st
we finally start shooting inside the jail. The set
is amazing. My father Valerio Zuccon, the set designer,
did a great job. We started shooting late because
we had to set up all the lighting on the set. The
set is big, and it took a long time. At midnight
we started filming.
new actors have arrived, Domiziano Arcangeli and
Brian Fortune. Both are fine actors. We only had
scene 11 to shoot, but it was a complex scene with
a lot of dialogue. It's the scene that introduces
all the films characters, a very important
one. The scene has more than 30 different camera
angles, so its a very complex one. We weren't
able to finish the whole scene, because dawn came.
At 5:30 am we stopped working. We will finish the
5, August 2nd
that the set is properly lit, and all the lights
are set up, we were able to start filming early.
We finished scene 11 from yesterday and started
scenes 13 and 15.
thank God for the high quality actors involved in
this film; they are smart and talented. We finished
at 4:00 am, so we were able to go home, not too
late, and get more rest. The next day will be tough,
we have a complex action scene, and we will also
have the crow on set for scene 11.
August 2, Ivan Zuccon's set
reports for days two and three are in! Check them
Day 2, July 30th
two was an easy one. We shot the monks by the river
where the inquisitor (played by my old friend Emanuele
Cerman) gives Tiffany Shepis' character the death
sentence for witchcraft.
is Emanuele Cerman's big return. It has been many
years since we have worked together, and it's nice
to see him working on my set again.
then shot pick-ups of Tara and Debbie during their
escape from prison, in another wooded location.
the afternoon we worked with actor Gerry Shanahan
who plays Charlie, a very wise old man. He looks
impressive with his long beard, white wig, tunic
and white lenses (used because he's blind). He's
also a terrific actor, so the shots were really
finished early so for once we were able to go home
and get some rest because tomorrow we start shooting
Day 3, July 31st
again we are on the river's beach. The shoot took
place at night with a back light and a lot of torches
around Tiffany Shepis, who was tied up and wounded
after the death sentence. This scene is the meeting
between her character and Charlie, the wise man.
In it, he saves her life and she runs away. The
tracking shot was amazing, with a circular track,
so the camera can go around Tiffany Shepis and Gerry
Shanahan, and through the torches. The fire is very
impressive on screen, and I'm really happy with
we shot the monks that find and kill the witch,
by beating her with sticks. We had a lot of laughs
with this scene, because the monks destroyed the
Tiffany dummy and sticks, because of how hard they
were hitting it. It was a lot of fun.
the end, we had the bonfire where the inquisitor
burns the witch. Emanuele Cerman did an extremely
good job acting in Latin. After the line of his
lines, he lights the torch and the pyre starts.
It was an visually amazing sequence.
August 1, Here it is, straight
from the set! The first in a series of reports on
the making of Wrath of the Crows...
Day 1, July 29th
one was physically intense. We started in the morning
with running scenes in the woods, with actresses
Debbie Rochon and Tara Cardinal. These are the scenes
in which two prisoners escape from jail. The setup
was nice, with a dolly and 20 meters of track into
the woods. The crew was fantastic and so were Debbie
and Tara. At one point, due to the amount of running
involved, Debbie suffered from cramps, but she continued
working. I admire her passion and strength, and
I'm so happy to have her on my set.
that we shot a flash back with Tiffany Shepis, that
involved Makeup FX (wounds and blood). The shoot
went as smooth as ever with Tiffany, and even with
the Makeup FX on her face, she looks extremely beautiful.
afternoon we changed locations, to a beach near
the river. Shooting in sand is a nightmare, but
the scene turned out amazing, especially the fight
between Tara Cardinal (who is an exceptional fighter)
and actor Giuseppe Gobbato.
first day is done and we are all tired, but happy,
because we were able to shoot all the scenes on
the schedule! Now we must prepare for day two!!
29, Production on Wrath
of the Crows is underway, and news of the film
is spreading, particularly in Ivan's native Italy!
Coverage of the film can be found on vampireerotica.net,
(the latter two in Italian) and Italy's DARK
Magazine (see image below)...
from the set are forthcoming...
July 24, Principal photography
on Wrath of the Crows begins July 29th!
July 11, Italian/American
Arcangeli has replaced Emmet Scanlan, who bowed
out of Wrath of the Crows, and Giuseppe
Gobbato (Nympha, The Darkness Beyond)
has also joined the cast...
July 10, Check out Splattercontainer.com
for cast pics and an alternate poster image for
Ivan's forthcoming film, Wrath of the Crows!
Filming is set to begin at the end of the month,
so check back for updates...
July 10, Actor John Game has
joined the cast of Wrath of the Crows...
June 13, Scream Queen Tiffany
Shepis (Nympha) talks The Frankenstein
Syndrome and Wrath of the Crows with
June 13, Horror.it covers
Wrath of the Crowshere
May 26, Ivan has announced
that his previous feature Colour from the Dark,
starring Debbie Rochon and Michael Segal, will screen
theatrically in India! Details are forthcoming...
May 26, Check out Indie
Horror.it for more Wrath of the Crows
coverage (in Italian)...
May 19, Scream queen Suzi
Lorraine (Torment, Won Ton Baby!)
and Irish actor Brian Fortune have joined the Wrath
of the Crows cast, with Suzi taking on three
different roles in the film...
Simpson and Ivo
Gazzarrini (writer of Bad Brains, Nympha
and Colour from the Dark) cover Wrath
of the Crows...
April 29, Head over to fangoria.com
for early coverage of Ivan Zuccon's Wrath of
April 28, Ivanzuccon.com
has amazing news to announce today, as Ivan has
sent word of his latest project, Wrath of the
Crows! The forthcoming film will be produced
by Ivan Zuccon and Roberta Marrelli, from a screenplay
by Ivan and Gerardo Di Filippo. Make-up effects
will be handled by CreaFX...
amazing cast includes Tiffany Shepis and Debbie
Rochon, who turned in beautiful performances in
Nympha and Colour from the Dark respectively,
Tara Cardinal (Delivery, Song of the Shattered)
and Zuccon regulars Michael Segal (Nympha,
Colour from the Dark), Matteo Tosi (Unknown
Beyond, Bad Brains), Emanuele Cerman
(The Darkness Beyond, The Shunned House),
Emmett Scanlan and Gerry Shanahan (both from Colour
from the Dark)
is scheduled for 5-weeks in August, 2011...
the film: In a filthy, cramped jail, prisoners
Larry, Deborah, Hugo, Hernest and Liza are obliged
to suffer injustices from the guards and their chief,
them all is The Judge, a man no one has ever seen.
Yet he is the one who sets the rules and is feared
by inmates and guards alike.
prisoners know how to behave and what rules are
to be respected, but none of them remember life
outside the walls of the fortress where they now
only memory, which slowly emerges during the story,
is of a great evil that led them to the fortress
and the seemingly endless length of time they have
been imprisoned there.
a new prisoner appears out of nowhere; The Princess.
is beautiful, dressed in a coat of crow feathers,
shining, sweet-smelling, sensual.
appearance creates curiosity in the other inmates,
but also envy, suspicion and a deep sexual agitation.
Princess quickly reveals her dark, supernatural
nature, as she can move objects with her mind and
is extremely powerful.
prisoner's dream of escape, even though they have
no idea what awaits them outside the fortress walls,
nor are they interested; the only thing that matters
is to escape from the doomed prison. But you can't
escape from yourself or your past.
the end, the prisoners realize that the entire prison,
inside and out, is a terrifying mirror game, where
reality and illusion collide, and nightmares become
real, throwing them into an endless vortex of terror
April 19, Please note: The
official site for The Shunned House is no