Lights, camera, action! Last weekend marked the commencement of filming for our thrilling new film, "Graveyard Shark." With a captivating storyline that combines Shark Horror, Comedy, and pulse-pounding suspense, this movie promises to leave audiences on the edge of their seats. As production kicks into high gear, we take a closer look at the chilling tale that unfolds and the exciting first weekend of filming.
In the small town of Willsboro Point, an ominous urban legend has struck fear into the hearts of its residents. The Graveyard Shark, a humanoid creature lurking within the town's cemetery, hunts its prey relentlessly, leaving behind a trail of blood. When Dr. Jan Lovnik reaches out to renowned cryptid hunter Abby Wescott for help, the stage is set for an adrenaline-fueled investigation.
The first weekend of filming took us on an exhilarating journey to various locations that set the mood for "Graveyard Shark." The initial scene unfolded at the Thor Lounge in LaFayette, NY, where the energy of the bar scene was brought to life by the dedicated extras.
Continuing the shoot, the team ventured to Moss Island in Little Falls, NY. The eerie and breathtaking landscapes added a chilling touch to the storyline, enhancing the sense of dread and anticipation.
Our final location for the day, nestled by the West Canada Creek, provided the perfect setting for our night time shoot. The cast and crew worked tirelessly into the night, creating something truly amazing. Witness their passion and dedication in these captivating behind-the-scenes photos.
The commencement of filming for "Graveyard Shark" has heralded the beginning of a thrilling cinematic adventure. With its captivating storyline, atmospheric locations, and dedicated cast and crew, this film promises to be a bone-chilling experience for audiences. As production continues, we eagerly anticipate the release of this gripping tale of urban legends, cryptid hunting, and the relentless pursuit of the truth. Will Abby and her team succeed in vanquishing the Graveyard Shark, or will they fall prey to its cunning and malevolence?