Release Date: April 16, 2010
Starring Kris Lemche, Joey Kern, Jeremy Sisto, Devon Aoki
Directed by Jordan Galland
Jake Hoffman, Jeremy Sisto, Devon Aoki, and Ralph Macchio star in first time screenwriter/director Jordan Galland's horror comedy about a Shakespearian actor who agrees to direct a most unusual stage production of Hamlet. An out of work actor (Hoffman) in search of his big break believes that he's got his shot at stardom when he's hired to direct an unconventional, off-Broadway production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. But this adaptation of Shakespeare's classic play isn't just different because it takes a few intriguing liberties with the familiar tale, the most remarkable aspect of this particular production of Hamlet is the fact that it was written by a genuine Romanian vampire (John Ventimiglia). Now, as the rehearsals get underway and the body count starts to rise, the ambitious director struggles to gain control of the production while staying faithful to his one true love (Aoki) and dodging the detective (Sisto) who has made it his mission to solve the recent rash of unusual murders. Meanwhile, a powerful mob boss (Macchio) does his best to battle the legions of the undead.
Synopsis:Julian Marsh is an out of work ladies' man who lands a job directing a bizarre adaptation of Hamlet...
Directors: Jordan Galland
Writers: Jordan Galland
Producers: Ryan Alan Dearth, Jordan Galland, Damon Giglio, Marco Henry, Mike Landry, Russell Terlecki, Carlos Velazquez
Musicians: Sean Lennon
Cinematographers: Christopher LaVasseur
Editors: Connor Kalista