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Sam Raimi-Produced Horror Film ‘Don’t Move’ Adds Finn Wittrock and Kelsey Asbille to Its Cast




Sam Raimi’s Raimi Productions and Hammerstone Studios (known for “Barbarian”) are joining forces for the upcoming horror film “Don’t Move,” and the latest report from THR reveals that Finn Wittrock (“American Horror Story”) and Kelsey Asbille (“Yellowstone”) have officially signed on as the leads.

In “Don’t Move,” a seasoned killer administers a paralytic agent to a grieving woman, forcing her into a desperate race against time to run, fight, and hide before her body completely shuts down.

Directed by Adam Schindler and Brian Netto (known for Quibi’s horror series “50 States of Fright”), “Don’t Move” features a screenplay by T.J. Cimfel and David White (creators of “Intruders”).

Producing the film alongside Raimi Productions and Hammerstone is Capstone Studios.

Schindler and Netto expressed their excitement about working on the project, stating, “We are beyond thrilled to make this absolute white-knuckle ride of a film with talents such as Kelsey and Finn. On top of that, we get to team with the teams at Raimi, Capstone, and Hammerstone — companies operating at the top of the genre game. We could not be more excited to get to work.”

Sam Raimi himself shared his enthusiasm, saying, “I am delighted to collaborate again with our co-directors Adam and Brian on this incredibly frightening and tense story full of so many twists and turns – it will deliver a fantastic horror punch to the audience!”

With the combination of talented actors and experienced horror filmmakers, “Don’t Move” promises to deliver an intense and thrilling horror experience.

Born in winter's coldest month, December, Francesco's inner passion for all things spooky begins with him. Horror aficionado since a young age, Francesco's thirst for horror brings him to consume many films and books, setting the basis for a film-making career in horror, thriller, and sci-fi. Francesco's idea to bring horror fans one step closer is finally a reality with GoreCulture, established on May 2022.

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