Stan Lee, the founder of Marvel, has produced a new horror film titled The Sandman, written and directed by Peter Sullivan (Ominous) which will premiere on Syfy next month.
In the film, “a clandestine government agency is closing in on the young girl, Claire and Madison will have to work together to find a way to stop the Sandman (Mick Ignis) before he claims his next victim. Factor in the sinister ‘Valentine’ (Tobin Bell) who leads a cadre of bureaucrats who do not mean well and soon, strange things start happening whenever Madison is around. Things move around by themselves. Cabinet doors open and close. Almost as if there’s some kind of supernatural entity in the house. It’s a journey you’ll have to fully experience to understand.”
Tobin Bell (Saw), Mick Ignis (Stan Against Evil), Shaun Sipos (Texas Chainsaw 3D), Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Rick Ross (Aliens), and Haylie Duff (Napolean Dynamite) star.
Lee serves as executive producer alongside Gill Champion, Barry Barnholtz (Leprechaun), and Jeffery Schenck (The Crooked Man).
Witness The Sandman on Syfy Saturday, October 14, 2017, at 9 pm.
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