The anthology will consist of three 30-minute films:
"On Sabbath Hill" is a ghost story about a professor who is a stickler for student attendance. When his wandering eye causes a female student to kill herself, her ghost continues to come to class.
"Dust" tells the story of a security guard at a laboratory who steals Mars dust to cure his cancer-ridden wife. It works, but with some unintended side effects.
"The Gorge": When Donna accompanies her fiancŽ, Gary, and his best friend, Craig, on a morning caving expedition; she expects a fun hike, a few laughs, and maybe some kisses in the dark. But a sudden cave-in leaves them trapped with no way out. Gary's leg has been crushed, and as the days go by, gangrene sets in. With everyone starving, Craig suggests that when they cut off the leg, maybe they should take just an extra few inches. Will it be enough to feed all of them? And how far will three people go to survive?
It seems that the second film in a line of George A. Romero-branded films is getting started before the first is even released. According to The Valley Independent, production has commenced on George A. Romero Presents Deadtime Stories 2 in Monongahela, Pennsylvania yesterday.
The production is said to be the second in a trilogy of films, George A. Romero Presents Deadtime Stories, being the first, which will all be produced by the horror legend and will each feature Romero sitting in a chair at the beginning of the film, getting ready to tell his story. The sequel will consist of three short films, all with their own director. check out the trailer below.Read More