The Remake Of Cult Classic Horror Movie SPIDER BABY Will Be Directed By Ferguson With Ferguson, Stevens And Mukes Among The Cast
Director Dustin Ferguson’s remake of Jack Hill’s 1967 cult classic horror movie “Spider Baby, or the Maddest Story Ever Told” has wrapped principal photography in L.A.
The film, from production company SCS Entertainment, tells of a pair of greedy relatives that try to repossess the Merrye Estate. But the inbred children protect their home and bloodline at all costs.
The cast includes Beverly Washburn, Brinke Stevens, Robert Mukes, Ron Chaney, Peter Stickles, Traci Burr, Jennifer Moriarty, and Vida Ghaffari. Hill serves as an executive producer, Erik Anthony Russo is the director of photography, and Jeff Burr is the creative consultant.
"We've reached an exhilarating milestone with the completion of the 'Spider Baby' remake, and I couldn't be more thrilled to have worked with an extraordinary ensemble of genre stars such as Robert Mukes, Beverly Washburn, Brinke Stevens, and Ron Chaney. Their immense talent and commitment have breathed new life into this iconic story, infusing it with a fresh and captivating energy. I can hardly wait for audiences to experience the chilling world we've created when 'Spider Baby' premieres,” said Ferguson.