According to Deadline, Film Mode Entertainment’s next horror film, All My Friends Are Dead, has cast Marcus Dunstan in the role of director. Dunstan is an accomplished horror writer who has contributed to such films as Feast and the Saw franchise. Dunstan will take up directing duties from Kevin Greutert, a fellow Saw alum who was originally attached to the project. In the upcoming film All My Friends Are Dead, a bunch of college students enjoy a wild weekend at the year’s biggest music festival, but things quickly go awry. They had a great start to their weekend since they find a free, high-end Airbnb.
The tragic irony is that not even their good luck charm can save them from the consequences of their actions, which are what kill off their friends one by one. According to the film’s producer, John Baldecchi, the comedy will be used to lighten the violence “an enjoyable blend of comedy and horror that will satisfy the tastes of horror buffs, comedy aficionados, and even the squeamish. The man responsible for Happy Death Day went on to say that All My Friends Are Dead is “to the likes of Happy Death Day in that it’s both entertaining and terrifying, with surprising turns that’ll keep you wondering until the conclusion. Dunstan like stories that combine terror and humour. Even though Dunstan has found the most success with slasher films, it was the horror comedy Feast that launched his career in 2005.
After submitting this video, he was featured on Ben Affleck’s Project Greenlight, a reality TV programme about a competition for aspiring filmmakers. The actor Matt Damon). Two more instalments of Feast followed. We are thrilled to be collaborating with such an accomplished group of filmmakers. I can’t think of a better person than Marcus to helm the film adaptation of this fantastic story “Film Mode Entertainment director Clay Epstein made this statement. In addition, Epstein mentioned that Dunstan “The audiences will go crazy for his films because they can see he loves movies and isn’t afraid to let his humour and enthusiasm for the medium seep into his work.
Recently, Dunstan has served as both writer and director for Into the Dark and Unhuman. Newcomer Jade Pettyjohn is among those being considered for a lead part in the next horror film, which has already begun casting. Pettyjohn portrayed Lexie Richardson alongside Reese Witherspoon in the Little Fires Everywhere drama on Hulu and has already begun negotiations for a part in the film. Trial by Fire, Seberg, and Big Sky are just a few of her other film credits. The novella All My Friends Are Dead was co-authored by Josh Sims and Jessica Sarah Flaum. Jason Resnick (Kidnap) and Kevin Greutert (Saw series) serve as executive producers, while Baldecchi handles production. No official release date has been set for All My Friends Are Dead.