By James Whittington, Friday 17th February 2017 Templeheart Films, the producing company behind Paul Hyett's Heritiks and Andy Edwards' Ibiza Undead, are set to unleash a new kind of monster in The Tombs, which has just finished filming at The London Tombs, The London Bridge Experience's horror themed tourist attraction.
Dubbed Celebrity Big Brother meets Friday the 13th, the gruesome slasher stars Jessica Ann Brownlie (Valley of the Witch), Jess Impiazzi (The Only Way Is Essex), Marcia do Vales (Ibiza Undead), Jessica Cameron (Truth or Dare), Akie Kotabe (Humans), Anthony Ilott (Wrong Turn 6), Ayvianna Snow (Heretiks) and Devora Wilde (Rush). It's directed by Dan Brownlie (Self-induced Nightmares, Serial Kaller).
A clutch of C-list celebrities and the tabloid press have gathered at The London Tombs to participate in a publicity stunt for a new horror movie being launched They and the cast are to take part in a filmed challenge in which their task is to find the skull of notorious necromancer Robert White. The tour guide actors are on hand to make their mission as scary as possible. Little do they know that deep in the bowls of the building something has awoken and what starts as a night of frightful fun turns into one of intense terror when the evil entity starts stalking the claustrophobic halls of this maze of terror.
Some games just shouldn't be played...
Shot over a five week period at the end of 2016, this is the first film allowed access to The London Tombs. Director Dan Brownlie commented: "We were incredibly privileged to be allowed to film there. considering this was the first time that the attraction has ever allowed third party photography of any kind to take place. It was an fantastic opportunity not to be missed".
Producer Rachel Gold added: "With the success of attractions like 'Secret Cinema' and, the growth of interactive genre experiences, it was a great opportunity to create a movie where the actual film location is open to the public to experience for themselves what our film's characters are going through."
The film is set to be released later this year and is a Templeheart Films and The Attraction Movie Production, produced by Rachel Gold, exec produced by Elisar Cabrera, Lyndon Baldock and Kevin Kane. Directed by Dan Brownlie and written by Michael W Smith.
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