First Poster And Image For Werewolf Horror ‘Blackout’

February 3, 2023

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Yellow Veil Pictures announced today that they had boarded world sales on Blackout, Larry Fessenden’s werewolf horror film currently in post-production. They have released the first teaser poster and image for the film that wrapped principal photography in the fall in New York’s Hudson Valley, and the film will hit the festival circuit later this year.

 

The film follows a fine arts painter convinced he is a werewolf wreaking havoc on a small American town every full moon. It is the latest addition to Fessenden’s own Monsterverse, along with his breakout feature, the vampire-themed Independent Spirit Award-Winning feature Habit (1995), and 2019’s Frankenstein riff, Depraved.

 

Blackout marks the second pairing of Glass Eye Pix, the New York production shingle headed by Fessenden, and Yellow Veil Pictures, having previously collaborated successfully on world sales for Fessenden’s 2019 film Depraved, which was released by IFC Midnight in the US to great acclaim.

 

Winner of the 1997 Someone to Watch Spirit Award, New York-based filmmaker and actor Larry Fessenden is the founder and CEO of Glass Eye Pix, celebrated for producing Kelly Reichardt’s River of Grass (1994) and Wendy and Lucy (2003); Ti West’s first four features —The Roost (2005), Trigger Man (2007), House of the Devil (2009), and The Innkeepers (2011)— and dozens of other acclaimed and award-winning indie films. In addition to his Monsterverse films, he’s written and directed the psychological horror Wendigo (2001) with Patricia Clarkson, and the Ron Perlman led The Last Winter (2006), contributed to ABCs of Death 2 (2014), and appeared in over 100 films, including most recently Martin Scorsese’s forthcoming Killers of the Flower Moon.

 

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