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EXCLUSIVE New project from Indie Legend Todd Sheets announced

Whoa, we JUST received the poster for underground veteran Todd Sheet’s brand new Top Secret project DREAMING PURPLE NEON:


This thing looks INSANE!  These are the same macabre folks who recently brought you HOUSE OF FORBIDDEN SECRETS with an All-Star cast of Horror Legends:  Lew Temple (Walking Dead, Devil’s Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Halloween 2), George Hardy (Troll 2), Allan Keyser (Night of the Creeps), Dyanne Thorne and Howard Maurer (Ilsa – She Wolf of the SS), Ari Lehman (Friday The 13th), and Lloyd Kaufman (Troma Films), AND featuring a musical soundtrack from Italian Maestro Fabio Frizzi, [Lucio Fulci‘s classic Zombie (Zombi 2)], and acclaimed Japanese composer Toshiyuki Hiraoka.

As soon as Extreme Entertainment releases more info on DREAMING PURPLE NEON, we promise our Horror fans will be the FIRST to know! In the meantime, check out the trailer right here!:

Keep an eye out for more demented shenanigans at:

Extreme Entertainment’s website

Extreme Entertainment on Facebook

House of Forbidden Secrets on Facebook

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