Robert Nolan Joins the Cast of Deimosimine & Teaser Trailer Drops
Not too long ago I posted an article about the upcoming indie horror film, DEIMOSIMINE. The film has a great sounding original idea and a very cool looking creature (still in the concept stage). Since my last article, this production has two new big announcements. A teaser trailer is now available (see below), and there’s new casting news. DEIMOSIMINE has gotten even more impressive with the additional casting of Anything Horror fave, Robert Nolan. Frequent readers of Anything Horror will not just recognize Nolan’s name, but will be familiar with his work and rolls. Nolan stars in the three shorts that make up Richard Powell’s Box-Cutter Trilogy as well as ninety-eight other acting credits.
DEIMOSIMINE is directed by Chad Armstrong, is written by Andrew Thompson, and Nolan joins the previously announced cast of Richard Chandler, Rhiana Howell, Ashley Coughlin, Darren Cain, and Joseph Bodkin. Check out the press release, which contains the plot crunch:
Robert Nolan Joins The Cast Of Deimosimine
Veteran actor jumps aboard the weirdness that is Deimosimine
DEIMOSIMINE the new feature horror film from LeglessCorpse Films is being directed by Chad Armstrong, from a script by Andrew Thompson. Deimosimine is a film that promises to bring the practical FX magic back to the horror film, featuring creatures, murder, blood, and gore.
A heroin addict undergoes a radical new kind of treatment for her condition; but the drug ‘Deimosimine’ instead creates for her a world of horror and blood. Is she the victim? The monster? Or both?
Robert Nolan will take on the role of Dr. Winter. A doctor who has created the addiction curing drug ‘Deimosimine’.
Robert Nolan has over 100 acting credits including Silent Retreat, Sick: Survive The Night, Familiar, and Antisocial.
Nolan will be joining other cast members that include: Rhiana Howell, Tom Hagale, Ashley Coughlin, Darren Cain, Richard Chandler, and Joseph Bodkin.
Deimosimine is scheduled to shoot late August with a VOD date late 2015/early 2016.
Dig on the teaser trailer: