PRLog - March 15, 2012 - LOS ANGELES -- Kate Sobol, a rising force to be reckoned with in indie filmmaking, will add her talent and expertise to the new horror feature DEADLY REVISIONS—a twisted valentine to the genre slated to star Bill Oberst, Jr.
Kate’s resume includes such unique horror films as “Growing Out”, Witches’ Night”, and “Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove.” She has worn many hats including acting as cinematographer, editor, writer and director.
“I was immediately drawn to the script,” Kate says, “as it’s crafted in such a way as to keep the audience guessing what’s really going on as the story toes a fine line between real and fictitious and one layer of the mystery is peeled back to reveal another. This lends itself liberally to a wide range of evocative possibilities in mise-en-scene, texture and perspective.”
DEADLY REVISIONS tells the tale of a horror film writer for whom hypnotherapy and nightmares reveal memories that might or might not be real…and that might or might not be deadly.
Director Blair, who also penned the screenplay, said “As soon as I saw Kate’s reel, I knew I wanted her on the film. She has a knack for what visually will create a mood, trigger emotions, and engage the eye.”
Blair and Sobol are committed to making DEADLY REVISIONS a fun, spooky ride viewers will want to see…again and again.
DEADLY REVISIONS begins shooting later this year. For more info visit http://www.2writers.com/