EXCLUSIVE: Behind the Scenes of ‘Miskatonic U: The Resonator’
Full Moon dropped a few EXCLUSIVE images our way for their newest Lovecraftian homage to Stuart Gordon.
Full Moon Features is furthering the Miskatonic U series (previous films include From Beyond, Re-Animator, Lurking Fear) with a new feature film, Miskatonic U: The Resonator. They just wrapped production and announced the premiere date – February 26th.
Inspired by both the works of legendary fiction writer H.P. Lovecraft and beloved genre director Stuart Gordon and created by horror powerhouse, Charles Band, and writer-director William Butler(Madhouse, Furnace And Demonic Toys 2), Miskatonic U: The Resonator stars acclaimed and internationally beloved cult film actors Michael Pare (Eddie And The Cruisers, The Philadelphia Experiment, Streets Of Fire) and Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare On Elm Street, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, “ Dexter”, “Charmed”) as well as a breakout group of young talent including Christina Braa, Dane Oliver, Amanda Victoria Jones and Austin Woods.
Miskatonic U: The Resonator Synopsis:
Set in the fictional college campus “Miskatonic University” in Arkham, Massachusetts where all sorts of fantastic and unworldly events have been known to unfold in Lovecraft lore, MISKATONIC U: THE RESONATOR follows six gifted students as they navigate life after one of them, Crawford Tillinghast, builds a machine known as the “Resonator”. The machine allows one to experience multiple dimensions while navigating the unsavory beasts that dwell within them. But things get complicated when Tillinghast realizes that the prototype of his creation has not only released murderous and deadly creatures into his world, but also has affected his own reality.
The film premieres on February 26th on the Full Moon Features streaming app and on the Full Moon Features Amazon Prime Video channel.
Tyler has been the editor in chief of Signal Horizon since its conception. He is also the Director of Monsters 101 at Truman State University a class that pairs horror movie criticism with survival skills to help middle and high school students learn critical thinking. When he is not watching, teaching or thinking about horror he is the Director of Debate and Forensics at a high school in Kansas City, Missouri.