Bob Layton's SHAMBLER Starts Production This Summer
Over the weekend while signing a limited edition 'Demon in the Bottle' print for me. I had the chance to ask Bob Layton when his movie Shambler will be starting production. Mr layton was more than hyped to talk about the project, and stated that filming will begin later this summer and we should be on the lookout for a 2013 release.
While attending the Boston Comic Con, Bob Layton updated the fans on his new horror/comedy movie project, Shambler.
Dr. Samuel Pratt is a multi-doctorate scientist who is obsessed with raising the dead. But just as Sam is about to perfect his colossal breakthrough, an unfortunate series of circumstances puts him in conflict with organized crime. The mobsters kill Sam and take off with his irreplaceable research, hoping to sell the secret of immortality to the highest bidder. Pratt’s desperate fiancé and his shady lab assistants use the remaining prototype formula to bring him back to life. Humor mixes with horror as Pratt is resurrected and mummified, wrapped in police scene crime tape and out for revenge against the criminals who destroyed his life’s work. But time is against him. Sam must find a way to restore himself to true life before he denigrates into a mindless killing machine – the hulking anti-hero, who lurks in the shadows of LA’s underbelly, which the tabloids have dubbed: Shambler!
SHAMBLER is a new horror/comedy, created by Bob Layton and David Michelinie, moves forward as the producers prepare to go into pre-production on the feature film. Financed and distributed by Odyssey Pictures and produced by Gillen Group and Rip Media Group.
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