Premiere Entertainment Group (PEG) has boarded creature feature Crom, action thriller Safehouse, and family sci-fi Space Pups and has begun talks with EFM buyers.
Crom is in the vein of 1980s genre cinema and follows a group of high school teenagers who unleash a mythological being in their hometown and must stop it before midnight on Halloween. The screenplay was co-written by Scott Baird and directed by Rob York. York produced with J.R. Andrus, while Jason Faller, Kynan Griffin and Taylor Ellis served as executive producers.
centres on a young Mexican woman forced to flee after her brother is killed and finds herself caught up with the CIA, government informants and the cartel. Alondra Delgado and Robert Seay star in the film. Jessica Martin del Campo is also part of the cast.Paul Street was the director and co-producer with James Bonfiglio. Lizbet Salas, Krista Fergusson and Raymond Mendoza are the executive producers.
Rounding out the roster is Jason M. Murphy’s CGI-live-action
Space Pups about three aliens stranded on earth who attempt to fix their spaceship with the help of two children.Elijah Green, Riley Madison Fuller, and Myron Donley star. Anthony Steven Giordano wrote the screenplay and Mark Boot and Kenny Beaumont produced, with Eli Lipnik and Murray Lipnik serving as executive producers.
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