Eric Roberts Added to Upcoming Horror Film Self Storage
After recently announcing that Michael Berryman and Jonathan Silverman will be starring in his next film, Self Storage, producer Chad A. Verdi of Woodhaven Productions now adds Academy Award nominated actor Eric Roberts to the project.
Verdi stated, “This film is going to be something very special. It started with a great script, and now, with this cast, the sky is the limit.” Filming begins in July in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, for a planned March 2013 release.
For more on Self Storage, plus info on Verdi’s previous films, the Robert Englund vehicle Inkubus, and the upcoming zombie film Infected (starring William Forsythe and Michael Madsen, October 2012 release date), visit the official Woodhaven Films website.
From the Press ReleaseThe Woodhaven Production Company is pleased to announce the signing of Oscar nominated actor Eric Roberts (The Dark Night, The Expendables) to the cast of Self Storage. The film tells the story of Jake, the night watchman working at a highly-secured self storage facility. His pals are home from college and looking to party. Jake, being played by Tom DeNucci (Inkubus, Loosies, Infected), decides to invite them to work and throw a fiesta of his own. Innocent mischief turns a naughty night of sex, drugs and rock & roll into an evening of pure terror. Barbed wire fences are meant to keep people OUT. But these fences keep people in.Eric Roberts is set to play the role of Walter, a former black operative with an evil secret. Walter, along with his faithful brother-at-arms Trevor (Michael Berryman), has some unfinished business with a seedy underworld grifter, Jonah, played by Jonathan Silverman. Black market business mixes with pleasure when Jake and his pals stumble upon this heinous covert operation. Self Storage is being produced by Verdi, Gino Pereira and Tom DeNucci, with DeNucci directing and Michelle Verdi handling the music supervision. Woodhaven has added ex-producers Danielle Corsa, David and Sherry Lussier, David Gere and Carl Dupre to the project. Verdi stated, “We’re excited to be bringing back special effects wiz Rob Fitz, who’s worked with us in the past on Inkubus and Infected along with the addition of Nick Delmenico as our line producer.
(via Dread Central )]]>