Rose McGowan, who played the one-legged human machine gun Cherry Darling in Robert Rodriguez’ cult classic Planet Terror, is teaming up with Jeepers Creepers director Victor Salva on his upcoming project Rosewood Lane, as he goes back to his roots creating a new nightmare that’s described as every bit as original as his Jeepers Creepers franchise.
Rosewood Lane follows McGowan as Doctor Sonny Blake, a radio talk show psychiatrist who moves back to her childhood home after her alcoholic father dies. Once back in her old neighborhood she discovers the local paperboy is a frightening and cunning young sociopath that targeted her father and now targets her. When the boy starts calling her show and recites eerie nursery rhymes, an unnerving game of cat-and-mouse begins. When the game escalates, she suddenly finds herself in a terrifying all out war, forcing her to redefine her ideas of good and evil, and fighting to stay alive.
Victor Salva says of the film, “Rosewood Lane has been a pet project of mine for years now and what I have always regarded as one of my most terrifying stories. To see it finally come to life is wonderful.”
Rosewood Lane is financed by Voltage Pictures and produced by Emmy Award winner Phillip B. Goldfine (True Justice, Driven to Kill). The film will be Executive Produced by Bryan Sexton (Escapee, The Traveler) and Benjamin F. Sacks (True Justice, Born To Raise Hell) under the Hollywood Media Bridge shingle. Don Fauntleroy (Light Speed, Once Upon A time In the Hood) has been tapped as DP and will also produce.
Find out more about Rosewood Lane at the film’s official website rosewoodlanemovie.com.