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  • Writer's pictureJoe Lyons

Dilapidated Arthur Street School Sets the Background for a New Horror Flick


Arthur Street school pales in comparison to its glory days years ago, but as the old saying goes. “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” With the ceiling falling down, and paint pealing off the walls and doors, with things looking in disarray, sure makes a perfect place for a horror movie.


Today I stopped in to chat with Andy Myers who is the Executive Vice President at Good Deed Entertainment. It’s a good thing I did, having the chance to see a movie set again, since the last one that I was on was Shawshank Redemption, back in 1994.


As I entered the school, the scene was terrifying, as the worm filled actress huddled on the floor against the old school room wall, at the Arthur Street School, in one of the emotional scenes, in Cranked Up film’s “WORMTOWN”.


According to Andy Myers, "Wormtown," can be described as “a mind-altering parasites taking over a small town. A trio of women in lock-down are dragged into a fight for survival and revenge.”


If you are interested in being an extra in the Cranked Up film "Wormtown," filming October 8th, please fill out this form: “Wormtown Extra Sign-up,” for your opportunity to be in the movie.



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