Double Vision needs your Help to get made

Wednesday April 4th, Writer-Director-Producer Terry R. Wickham got together with Double Vision Cinematographer Nick Prainito to watch John Carpenter’s Halloween & the late Wes Craven’s Scream 2.

The filmmaker selected these two movies specifically in relation to his vision for the upcoming love story suspense thriller. The film needs your help to actually get made. You can contribute by going to:

Gruesome Threesome ADR complete

Left to right Gruesome Threesome Editor/Sound Designer Bryan Lopes, Chanise Renae and John Logan

One week ago today (3-27-18) actors Chanise Renae and John Logan got together with Gruesome Threesome Editor/Sound Designer Bryan Lopes to record the ADR necessary to finish the webcam wraparound for the feature film.

From what Director Terry R. Wickham was told, as he was not in attendance, they had an absolute blast.

Now the film can be wrapped up audio wise and the music score will be created by Music Composer Houssem Turki.  Very exciting development.

Abandoned Star Siakie Tetteh cast in Double Vision

Filmmaker Terry R. Wickham is beyond excited to announce that he has cast Siakie Tetteh to play a critical role in Double Vision.

Wickham says, “My friend/Screenwriter Jason Alvino gave the great suggestion of casting the lead actress from my film Abandoned to play the psychic/medium character because her African heritage.  He felt that not only is she beautiful, but her ancestry would bring tremendous history and texture to the film.  I couldn’t agree with him more.  I spoke to Siakie and she’s thrilled to join the cast.

Jason also suggested that I look at the film from a totally different perspective so I didn’t get stuck with just my original ideas.  I have and he’s opened a Pandora’s box of sorts as my creatives juices are flowing big-time.  I’m writing new scenes and have decided to make the film have two parts instead of three.

This makes so much sense because it goes along with the title Double Vision, which has infinite meanings in this movie.

Plus, the other day it hit me how I could bridge the two story/plotlines. All I can say is that it’s an exhilarating mix of the love story feel of The Notebook, mixed with the best suspense drama you see in a Alfred Hitchcock movie, with a tiny pinch of Basic Instinct (a very Hitchcockian thriller) and topped with the intensity of a Wes Craven movie.”

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