Friday, 12 September 2014

Steve Oram set for Its Walls Were Blood

Steve Oram offered horror and laughs in equal measure as the homicidally angry Chris in Ben Wheatley's excellent Sightseers (2012). His latest project, however, plans to cut out even the dark comedy and focus solely on the horror, with news via Screen International that the is set to star in Its Walls Were Blood alongside Edward Hogg (Anonymous) and Pollyanna McIntosh (Filth).

Its Walls Were Blood – which arguably sounds like the worst ever TripAdvisor hotel review – is planned as a portmanteau film with four stories set in the same house. The writer/directors – Sean Hogan (Little Deaths), Paul Hyett (The Seasoning House), Tom Shankland (The Children) and Paul Davis (The Body) – will chronicle the haunted residence's dark history from the 19th century to the present day.

Conner Chapman (Pleasure Island), Ruth Bradley (Grabbers), Rosie Day (Sixteen), Sam Gittins (The Smoke), Scott Chambers (U Want Me 2 Kill Him?) and Belinda Stewart-Wilson (The Inbetweeners) make up the rest of the cast for the horror, which should be cranking its cameras later this year.

Oram is currently part of the cast for TV series Glue and has also worked on two other horror films, The Canal and Altar. He will also be seen in Mathew Webb biopic The Greatest Englishman.

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