From Oct. 17 to Oct. 31 FilAm Creative will be celebrating all things Filipino and horror. Halo-Haloween is hosted and programmed by FilAm director Walter Boholst and his new film “Voodoo Possession.” Contributions by Natasia Gascon and Mark Owen.
Hi everyone! Walter Boholst here. I’m honored to be spearheading FAC’s Halo-Haloween this year. I, Natasia Gascon and Mark Owen have scoured the internet for some great Filipino-related horror fun for you. But we’re always open to ideas so let us know if you find anything great. I’ll be showing you fun things from Voodoo Possession along with other horror movies, artwork, literature, TV shows and celebs in horror works. It’s gonna be fun. Thanks for coming and enjoy the ride!
– Walter Boholst
Check out the trailer for Voodoo Possession here:
Meet Filipino American writer/director/producer of Voodoo Possession, Walter Boholst here:
In 2011, Filipino director Yam Laranas released The Road. A 12 year old cold case is reopened when three teens are missing in an old abandoned road where a gruesome murder is left undiscovered for three decades.
More on Yam Laranas:
Matthew is a Filipino-American cinematographer who is in charge of the look of a film. He’s one of the top cinematographers in Hollywood and known for his work with Darren Aronofsky (“Noah,” “Black Swan”). He was nominated for an Oscar on Black Swan. Check out some of his work here in “Gothika.”
Here’s an little more about Matthew:
FilAm Creative is an all-volunteer community organization supporting Filipino Americans in entertainment and media. More information can be found at filamcreative.org, facebook.com/filamcreative and on Twitter at @FilAmCreative.
Voodoo Possession is available at Redbox, Walmart, Amazon.com, Dish, iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Xbox, Sony & YouTube and other outlets. Starring Danny Trejo, Ryan Caltagirone, Kerry Knuppe, David Thomas Jenkins, Treva Etiene, Tomas Boykin.
“Voodoo Possession” is a Rough Riders, Front Row Media, B2FX and Waltertainment production based in Los Angeles, CA. Additional information can be found at the official movie website voodoopossession.com, facebook.com/thisplaceiscursed, http://instagram.com/avoodoopossession and on twitter at @voodoomovie. The website includes stills, credits and a movie trailer.
Walter Boholst can be found at facebook.com/itswalterb and waltertainment.com.
If you would like more information about “Voodoo Possession,” or to schedule an interview with Walter Boholst contact firstname.lastname@example.org.