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Historic Kelly Gulch Chosen as Key Location for Gregory Blair’s film DEADLY REVISIONS
The cabin from "Friday the 13th, Part IV” will be used in Gregory Blair’s horror homage DEADLY REVISIONS, shooting later this year.
“The location is perfect,” Gregory says. “It’
The Kellys bought the land in the seventies and Frank built the log house that will be used in the film. He also built a barn that holds a large collection of vintage furnishings that he has gathered over the years. The barn will also be featured in a few scenes.
The Kellys say their entry into the film business happened accidentally in 1984 when a film crew for “Friday the 13th, Part IV” found their place when looking for property with a log cabin. And they’ve been allowing films to shoot on occasion ever since, though less and less as they have gotten older.
“We feel very fortunate that they agreed to let us shoot on their property,’ Blair says. “And it’s got a wonderful film history that we’re thrilled to be a part of.”
“We’re very excited about Kelly’s Gulch,” co-producer Roxy Shih says. “Mike and Frank are such lovely people. It makes it even more perfect to have such gracious hosts.”
DEADLY REVISIONS begins shooting later this year. For updates, visit http://www.2writers.com/
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