Tyler Mane to Release First Film "Compound Fracture"
Fri, 21 Sep 2012 09:46:13
Tyler Mane, who played Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's Halloween and Halloween II and Rufus in The Devil's Rejects, is not just an evil presence on screen. He is also a budding filmmaker who is releasing his first film Compound Fracture via Mane Entertainment. He wrote and starred in the film along with his wife, Renae Geerlings. According to Fearnet, the movie will screen on Tuesday September 25, 2012 in L.A.
"Throughout my career, I've been very blessed to work with such top talents, but I'm even more excited to collaborate with many of these friends on my company's first project, Compound Fracture. This process has been incredible, and we've already lined up our second project, Penance Lane, which will shoot in Los Angeles in a few months. That's the whole reason I came here in the first place—to make movies," he said.
Sounds like things are moving right along for Mane. What's Compound Fracture about?
Here's the Fearnet synopsis: Michael Wolffsen [Mane] has just gotten custody of his only sister's son after her husband murdered her before Michael's very eyes. When he receives an urgent phone call, Michael takes his nephew and wife and makes the journey home to his only other living relative: his estranged, eccentric (and extremely paranoid) father [Watson] who is obsessed with building an unassailable compound. Once there, Michael hopes to repair his shattered family, but instead he finds that they are all trapped inside his father's creation when the ghost of his vengeful brother-in-law [Mears] returns to wipe out the rest of the Wolffsen family.
Sounds like our kinda film.
Do you want to see Compound Fracture?