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Archive for October 2011


Scream Park's Latest Addition

Steve Rudzinski joins the cast of Scream Park as the park manager, "Marty."  He'll be trapped inside with his employees after hours when the mayhem begins.

Steve is no stranger to horror films, with his latest effort being The Slasher Hunter, which he wrote and directed, as well as starred.  An independent film auteur, his other horror works include Basic Slaughter and a series of shorts made with his company "Dark Mullet Cinema."


Scream Park Adds Its Latest Victim

Scream Park has found its latest cast member in Alicia Marcucci, who has been cast as "Allison" in the 1980s-style slasher film.  Allison will be one several park employees trapped inside after hours.

Alicia has appeared in several films from Lifeline Pictures, including the recent "A Bitter Lullaby".  Her latest role was "Kelly" in Enter the Zombie 3D, a Pittsburgh-based production mixing horror and comedy.  She's also a regular participant in Pittsburgh's 48 hour film project.



Scream Park Adds Its Latest Victim: Dean Jacobs


Pittsburgh theater and film actor Dean Jacobs will fill the shoes of jock "Tony Burkett."  The character is one of several employees locked in the park after-hours.

Dean is a theater veteran, playing the on-stage role of "Charlie" in "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory" and the titular role in a presentation of "Pinocchio."  His most recent foray in front of the camera was for a short zombie film "Spineview."


Wendy Wygant Will Face Killers In Scream Park!

The lovely Wendy Wygant has been cast to play the lead role of Jennifer Cornell in Scream Park.  Very much the girl next door, Jennifer is of the Nancy Thompson/Laurie Strode mold, an innocent girl forced to go face-to-mask with a pair of killers.

Wendy is a university-trained actress who recently made her cinema debut in 2010's Murder Machine!, which was recently selected to open the Late Night Horror Film Festival.   She is also a veteran of the stage, appearing in productions of Brigadoon, Clue, and Shakespeare's The Tempest.