Paul Hyett’s Supernatural Horror in Development

Paul Hyett’s  directorial debut was the Horror, Thriller “The Seasoning House”, released on the 21st of June 2013 (UK).  His next feature,”Howl”was released on the 16th of October 2015 (UK). Paul Hyett, the special Make-up Effects Designer turned film director is busy working on his third horror production. “Heretiks” is a supernatural horror/thriller featuring a 17th century backdrop.  The film is slated for release in the United Kingdom sometime in 2016.

“Heretiks” official synopsis:

“During the 17th Century a young woman is saved from execution and led to a priory to repent her sins but discovers a greater evil lies within”.

Horror and Sci-Fi genre icon Michael Ironside will portray “The Magistrate” and is joined by actress Clare Higgins of “Hellraiser I and II” fame. Also starring in “Heretiks” are Rosie DayHannah Arterton and Dilan Gwyn.  

Serving as executive produced to “Heretiks” will be Lyndon Baldock of Templeheart Films and Gary Collins of Red Rock Entertainment. Michael Riley of Sterling Pictures and Marcia Do Vales of EnMar Productions will serve as producers to the film.  

Marcia Do Vales of EnMar Productions shared her thoughts on Paul Hyett’s “Heretiks”, she states:

“I have no doubt that Heretiks will be one of the most thrillingly entertaining and downright creepy movies of 2016. The script has twists and turns that will keep the audience on the edge of their seats all the way to the closing credits. It’s been a real privilege to work with Paul Hyett, Michael Riley, and Templeheart Films on a production that promises to set a new benchmark for the genre.”

Michael Riley of Sterling Pictures added:

“Paul and I have known each other for years, and having recently collaborated successfully on The Seasoning House (and still actually speaking to each other), I wouldn’t want to miss helping to bring his extraordinary vision to life.”

DecayMag.com Paul Hyett's "Heretiks"

 

 

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