Cameras roll next week on slasher flick No Boys Allowed
The horror film, written and directed by Ashley McColeman, begins shooting in Timmins, Ontario, on Sept. 23.
Production begins next week in Timmins, Ontario, on Ashley McColeman’s horror feature No Boys Allowed.
Toronto-based Hlibka Entertainment Inc. (HEI) and Interiority Entertainment are producing the project as part of a three-film horror slate they will produce over the next 18 months. HEI, also the owner and operator of Toronto-based Big Picture Cinemas, is planning a theatrical and digital release for fall 2014.
The film, which is written and directed by McColeman, is led by a female cast including Emma Jean Sutherland and Kylah Eide.
No Boys Allowed tells the story of four high school friends who spend a week every summer at a lakeside cottage having fun. This year, however, they’ll spend the week trying to survive a vicious killer lurking in the woods.
“No Boys Allowed promises to be a sexy bloody massacre in the style of an ’80s teen slasher film. It features a cast of female leads in daring roles that we feel will really capture the fans of the genre,” said McColeman in a statement.
The film’s producers launched a month-long Indiegogo campaign in August to raise funding for transportation to and from the shooting location, and netted just over its $3,000 goal.
No Boys Allowed is shooting from Sept. 23 to Oct. 15, 2013.