Lance Henriksen is consistently one of the busiest actors of them all, and thankfully for us, it’s frequently horror films that he lends his talents to. He’s got yet another one in the works, so read on for all the details!
Production has begun on the suspense thriller MONDAY AT 11:01 A.M., which stars Charles Agron (Dark House), Briana Evigan (Step Up 2 the Streets), Lance Henriksen (Aliens) and Lauren Shaw (Zero Dark Thirty). Harvey Lowry (Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage) directs from a script by Agron, who also produces through Charles Agron Productions. Guthrie, Oklahoma hosts the production, which is due for release in 2015.
Agron and Shaw are Michael and Jenny, a happy couple out for a blissful weekend in a picturesque resort town. While Jenny shops in a local boutique, Michael stops off at the local watering hole, where he meets a friendly bartender (Lance Henriksen) and a sexy temptress (Briana Evigan). Michael declines her overtures, but even stranger events take place in a local hotel – such as ghostly happenings in Suite 327, the sounds of violent lovemaking that only Michael can hear; and a cult of druid worshipers who suddenly emerge from the local forest and chase after Michael. Doing the smart thing, Michael and Jenny head out of town – only to discover that their only escape route – a mountain tunnel is blocked by the highway patrol.
A prolific producer and special effects makeup expert, Lowry recently directed the Civil War drama, Union Bound, which is due for release in 2015. In 2014, he produced Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage. Agron works on both sides of the camera. Prior to Monday at 11:01 A.M., he wrote and produced the horror thriller Dark House, again through Charles Agron Productions. He also co-starred as “Lucky.”
Lance Henriksen recently starred in the horror thriller Dark Awakening. Briana Evigan appears in the upcoming horror film Paranormal Island, which also stars Henriksen. Lauren Shaw stars opposite Elpidia Carrillo (Predator) in the thriller Relentless for 2015 release.