Dreaming Purple Neon signed with Unearthed Films

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 DREAMING PURPLE NEON is the new feature from indie Horror pioneer, director Todd Sheets.  A Modern Horror Film that is also an homage to the fun and wild Horror films of the past, especially the mid 70s through the late 80’s!  Fresh, original and full of twists for today’s blood craving Horror Maniacs!  A strong story, all practical special makeup effects, real physical stunts and strong acting from an amazing cast of both Veterans and New up and coming talent makes DREAMING PURPLE NEON a true treat for fans looking for something new, yet retaining that familiar feeling of nostalgia for the Horror films of the past.  From the first draft of the script back in 1996, DREAMING PURPLE NEON is a true labor of love, created with passion, hard work and integrity, 20 years in the making!  A love letter to Horror films and exploitation cinema… movies that would play the Drive In Theaters and Grindhouses all over America!  Music for the film is being composed by Japanese Composer Toshiyuki Hiraoka.  DREAMING PURPLE NEON is already being accepted into numerous Film Festivals Worldwide and has been signed for distribution in the late Summer of 2017 from Unearthed Films.  Theatrical screenings in America are being booked as well.  The OFFICIAL website ishttp://www.DreamingPurpleNeon.com.

 In April 2012, Director Todd Sheets had a heart attack, requiring quadruple bypass surgery.  Todd was in the hospital for a month and a day.  While recovering he wrote “House of Forbidden Secrets” and began rewriting “Dreaming Purple Neon.”  After release from the Hospital, Todd began heart patient therapy, fought to regain his strength and began preproduction on “House of Forbidden Secrets” due to the script being completed first. The film went into full production in late November 2012.  Todd had been part of the Horror underground since 1989, creating Horror films for the home video market worldwide.  Many of these films went on to become “Cult Hits” and sold very well all over the world on VHS and even Cable TV.  But in 2005, Todd put his film career on hold while he raised his children and created the hit radio show NIGHTWATCH.  It was the life-threatening scare of the heart attack and spending so much time in the Hospital, not knowing if he would ever recover, that made Todd decide he had to get back to doing what he loved most.  “House of Forbidden Secrets” was his triumphant and successful return to independent film and went on to play conventions and theaters all across America and was an Official Selection of over 80 Film Festivals.  Now Todd has created what some are calling an epic of low budget horror cinema with DREAMING PURPLE NEON.  Below you will find links to several “Best of 2016” lists that have included the film.  There are also links to reviews on the IMDB page as well as the Official website.

THINK YOU’VE SEEN IT ALL?  THINK AGAIN!  In this sea of “Safe” Horror films directed at teenagers, rated PG or PG-13, finally a movie comes along that not only makes Waves, it brings a Tsunami!  A movie that dares to be different!  A movie that breaks taboos and never plays it safe, that goes right to the edge of the cliff and jumps off!  A movie that pushes boundaries and goes for the throat!  DREAMING PURPLE NEON has been collecting rave reviews and has been listed on 10 “Best Horror Films of 2016” lists so far.  This is the one people will be talking about in 2017!

Dreaming Purple Neon -Trailer from Todd Sheets on Vimeo.

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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