|Directed by:||Brian Katkin|
|Written by:||Dan Acre; John Huckert|
|Produced by:||Damian Akhavi; Kevin Bocarde; Roger Corman; Soly Haim|
|Music by:||Christopher Farrell|
|Cinematography:||Marc Lulkin; John Matkowsky|
|Edited by:||Brian Katkin|
|Distributed by:||Concorde Pictures|
|Released:||December 31st, 2002|
|Running time:||90 min.|
Slaughter Studios is an American horror film blending elements of the slasher genre with a comedic twist. It was directed by Brian Katkin and written by Dan Acre and John Huckert. The film was produced by Concorde Pictures and New Horizons and was released direct-to-video on December 31st, 2002. The movie stars Nicolas Read, Amy Shelton-White, Tara Killian, Peter Stanovich, Anand Chulani, Eva Frajko, Matthew Roseman, Darren Keefe and Laura Otis. The premise of the film involves the Slaughter Studios movie production site, which was shut down two decades earlier following the death of an actor named Justin Kirkpatrick.
|Darren Keefe||Chad Daniels|
|Victoria De Mare||Waitress|
|Cheryl Dent||Girl in orange|
|Matt Westmore||Justin Kirkpatrick/Rock Candy|
|Mia Zottoli||'70s busty girl with a gun|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The tagline for this film is, "The Place Where Nightmares Come True".
- Filming on Slaughter Studios took place in February, 2001. The entire movie was shot on a twelve-day schedule, with completed shots films in June of that year.
- Director Brian Katkin composed the songs "Tit for Tat" and "Naughty Sex Kittens Rap" for Slaughter Studios.
- Writers Dan Acre and John Huckert are also known for their work on the 2004 creature feature DinoCroc. Director Brian Katkin makes a cameo appearance in the film as well.