Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) September 24, 2015
Visions Entertainment LLC, an independent film company that specializes in feature films as well as providing film production services, announced that Wonder Valley is now an official selection of the Wreak Havoc International Film Festival 2015. The film festival takes place at the Historic Ansonia Theater located in Wadesboro North Carolina on October 9th and 10th. The festival is hosted by Wreak Havoc Productions (http://www.wreakhavocproductions.com/) and the Anson County Arts Council. Anson County was the filming location of the horror classic Evil Dead II and Wreak Havoc's own first film, Hank vs. The Undead.
Wonder Valley was written, directed and produced by Visions Entertainment LLC’s founder Joseph Monahan. The film is about four friends on a weekend camping trip in the abandoned mining town of Wonder Valley. As the secrets of the town are revealed, it becomes apparent that they will be lucky to make it out alive. The film features an accomplished cast, incredible scenery, intense practical special effects and an ending that many will find unsettling. The cast includes Suziey Block, Charlie Vaughn, Natalie Pero and David B Michaelson.
Before launching Visions Entertainment, Joseph Monahan worked for Doggicam Systems where he contributed to the work of Steven Spielberg, Michael Bay, Alfonso Cuaron and many more. Joseph has two degrees in film and television production from Chapman University and Orange Coast College in California.
“I am very humbled and gratified that this film is starting to get some attention.” Said Joseph Monahan. “The cast and the crew were fantastic and had to put up with some very harsh conditions. Despite these conditions and a very small budget, the result was an impactful film that we believe will get significant recognition. Wonder Valley is a shocking graphic horror film that borders on the abstract at times leaving the audience to decide what the story means to them. We really brought to life a disturbing aspect of human behavior in my opinion. We as human beings are very capable of horrific things the difference is some of us need a big push to that point while others unfortunately do not. This is really the core theme of Wonder Valley.”
Visions Entertainment was established in 2010. Its mission is to produce original, independent motion pictures with new and emerging filmmakers. The goal is worldwide theatrical distribution for these films. The film company has locations in Minneapolis Minnesota and Los Angeles California. For more information go to http://www.visionsent.net.