Brain Juice Productions announces first feature film slated for November premiere
PLEASANT GARDEN, NC - Brain Juice Productions has completed its ﬁrst feature-length, horror/suspense movie, In The Devilʼs Courthouse. The feature will make its red carpet premiere in Greensboro on November 10th at 7:00 p.m. at the Carousel Luxury Cinemas, 1305 Battleground Ave. and in Winston-Salem on November 13th at 7:45 p.m. at A/perture Cinemas, 311 West Fourth Street. In addition to the premiere events, In The Devilʼs Courthouse will be shown twice daily from Friday, November 11th through November 17th at the Carousel. Check theatre for show times.
In The Devilʼs Courthouse was written, produced, and directed by Ken Comito, but took the collaborative effort of family, friends, and colleagues to complete the project. "The idea for the movie started with a simple formula, but soon blossomed into a much bigger production complete with cranes, dollies, full-body creature suits, special effects, stunts, multiple cameras, and a great cast and crew", says Ken Comito. The movie was shot on location at Devilʼs Courthouse Mountain in Transylvania County in the Appalachian Mountains, Hanging Rock State Park, Jackson County, Trinity, Liberty, Burlington, Haw River, Pleasant Garden, and The Pisgah Covered Bridge in Asheboro.
The movie stars North Carolina talent, including lead actress, Ashley Marie Nelson of Wilmington and lead actor, Dustin Webb of Raleigh. Also featured are Kristen Snider of Nuremberg, Germany, Patrick Ferrara and Anita Martin Richter of Greensboro, Duane Trunnell of Haw River, and John Collier of Burlington.
The movie also features North Carolina musical talent and performances by Dreamkiller and Jive Mother Mary among others. The original score was created and performed by CutshawKane.
In The Devilʼs Courthouse is the brainchild of Ken Comito, Jose Correa, Tim Scales, and Duane Trunnell; all of whom also produced, acted, and performed numerous other jobs during and after production. "We have a really close production team", says Comito. Considering that his wife, two daughters, two nephews, and a brother-in-law were all involved in production, itʼs a real family operation.
The story revolves around two dysfunctional siblings and their ﬁght for survival against a blood thirsty creature straight out of Cherokee lore.
For more information about the movie, cast, crew, and Brain Juice Productions, please visit http://www.devilscourthouse.com. You can also visit us on Facebook and IMDB.