image-14-07-16-05-44-1Petri Entertainment, Busted Buggy Entertainment and Joe Dante’s Renfield Productions announced today that they have partnered on the paranormal horror film Camp Cold Brook. The film will be directed by Andy Palmer (The Funhouse Massacre, Badlands of Kain) and produced by Dante, Warner Davis, and Daniel Cunningham.

Camp Cold Brook centers around a horrific incident in 1993 when dozens of young campers without warning, stand at attention, seemingly in a hypnotic trance and proceed attack not only each other, but the staff as well with deadly intent. The survivors then bind their feet with rope tethered to large rocks and drag themselves into the nearby lake. Twenty-five years later Reality TV Ghost Hunter, Jack Wilson, finds himself in a tough spot. His show, “Haunted Places”, is on the brink of being cancelled.

image-14-07-16-05-44In a last ditch effort to spark ratings to land a final season, he and his producers as well as their trusted cameraman choose the legend of Camp Cold Brook to try and save their show. Their arrival begins like any other episode. Cameras are placed, and the team sets up shop in the dilapidated lodge and wait. But this is not going to be a regular episode. The terror here was real and the 30 are about to rise.

“I could not be more excited to be taking on Camp Cold Brook. In addition to Alex Carl’s script being one of the scariest I’ve ever read, with great characters and frightening imagery, being able to partner with Renfield Productions and Joe Dante is a dream come true” said Andy Palmer. “He’s directed and produced some of my favorite films, and I look forward to not only working with him, but learning so much from him as well.”

Camp Cold Brook is a Petri Entertainment, Renfield and Busted Buggy production. Mark Alan will be producing through Renfield Productions. The film was written by Alex Carl.

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