Horror Icon Dee Wallace Joins The Supernatural Thriller Dolls

December 14, 2018

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Horror icon Dee Wallace has joined the cast of Dolls, a supernatural thriller and the debut feature of director Cuyle Carvin.
Set to film in California, Dolls centers on a “struggling children’s book author and his rebellious teenage daughter who move into a house they’ve inherited and find mysterious dolls in the attic. The father and daughter soon learn that the dolls have a sinister — and deadly – past.”
Wallace, who has starred in genre classics such as Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, and E.T., is set to play the role of a neighbor who knows about the dolls and their ties to the house.
 The movie also stars frequent Miller collaborator Tom Downey (Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan), as well as newcomer Trinity Simpson, Bret Green (CBS’s “The Inspectors”), Elise Muller (Baghead), Melinda DeKay, and Robert R. Ryel.
The screenplay was penned by Justin Hawkins and Josh Hawkins, with Jeff Miller (Ouja House, The Toybox) also contributing to the story.
Miller (who had seven features released in 2018, including the recent Death Kiss) is producing with Robert Michael Ryan (Necrosis). Carvin and Ryan previously directed and produced the “Dark Corners” horror anthology series. Josh Hawkins and Ben Demaree serve as co-producers on Dolls, with Demaree also serving as Director of Photography. Veronica Rodarte is handling the bulk of the makeup FX. Ken Stachnik serves as Gaffer. Korey Rowe is editing the film.

It’s my second film in just over a year with Dee, and she truly is an American treasure,” says Miller. “The work she did in the ‘80s continues to be seen as classics. I’m so glad we could bring her aboard my friend Cuyle Carvin’s first feature.

Dolls should be finished in early 2019 with Uncork’d Entertainment handling worldwide distribution. For more information and updates, please visit the film’s Facebook page.

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