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Tales from the Dead Zone - A Lost Boy Meets A Wrestling Icon Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Thursday, 22 September 2016


Sometimes I have to double back and look again when reading various things around and about the internet. This morning that happened. Tales from the Dead Zone, which is a film set for 2017, is to star Corey Feldmen and Bret Hart. Straight outta Edmonton in Canada, this beauty is being made.

I'm a fan of classic wrestling, but haven't been a fan of Bret “the Hitman” Hart. Great skills, but his personality has always been too bland for me. I'm a Roddy Piper (R.I.P.) and Macho Man Randy Savage (R.I.P.) guy myself, with a sprinkle of Jake Roberts. The film title seems rather cliché as well, but I'm never one to judge. As for wrestlers as horror genre actors, look no further than Roddy (They Live, Pro-Wrestlers Vs. Zombies) Piper, Kurt (End Game, Death From Above) Angle, Tommy (Shadowhunters, Army of the Damned) Dreamer and many more. Additional mention has to go to the fucked up guy Halfbreed Billy Gram from Combat Zone Wrestling who had parts in The Cemetery, Theatre Bizarre and Street Trash! Whadda man!

Tales from the Dead Zone is to be another anthology bridged by a medical examiner and the corpses of the characters in the stories. Interesting to note is there’s also cult name Kim Sonderholm throwing in his skills for this one as the medical examiner.

Corey Feldman needs no introduction. He's been involved in a few underground chillers and things of late such as Body High, The Zombie King, The Sunday Night Slaughter, and Corbin Nash. Good for him, he's not just a Goonie or a Lost Boy lad. In fact, the range of horror outings he's done within the last decade earns him a Creepy Cuddle for being such a great chap.

As for writer/director Barry Gillis, he's been a long-standing forgotten name in our beloved horror world. He produced, wrote, and acted in the classic straight to video awfulness Things back in 1989, and has since made a comeback after a decade or so with The Killing Games and Wicked World.

As I said, this is due for a worldwide release in the fall of 2017.


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