Elijah Wood is really getting his hands bloody with horror these days. First he starred in 2012’s Maniac and started his very own production company, The Woodshed Horror Company. This year, he and his SpectreVision partners, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller, along with new addition, John Landis (Thriller) have teamed up to produced an awesome new 60’s werewolf horror, written and directed by Dave Gebroe (Zombie Honeymoon).
According to Pitchfork:
Bad Vibes takes place among the 1960s psychedelic rock scene, centered on a free-loving band called Sunrise Majesty. According to a press release, the band’s leader Max Cassidy is cursed by a werewolf after “an encounter with a strange groupie.” He becomes dark and disturbed, a “brooding nihilist” who decides to “hold a huge love-in at the band’s ranch where he and the group will infect all their fans.”
Musician, Ariel Pink has also been enlisted to score the film, and recently has this to say about it:
The script totally blew me away with its horrifying revisionist take on the Sixties. It’s like a bizarro-world chronology of free love, dark psychedelic music and permissiveness gone hog-wild. My fans will get to hear a side of Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti that no one’s ever heard before, and that couldn’t be more inspiring to me creatively.