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.
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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.