Posted on: July 31st, 2007
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(Poster art for the movie HUSH)
The official website for the upcoming indie feature HUSH is now online.
Just check out
saintsinnerent.com or myspace.com/hushfilm for more
info. Based on Figueroa's short story "It’s Always the Quiet Ones", (which
was published by Fiction Press in 2002), "Hush" follows the rapid descent
into darkness of a young man named Michael Rose. Rose has spent years
haunted by the evil that was his dead father, and the same amount of
time trying not to become an even crazier version of the very man
responsible for wrecking the early ages of his existence. He looks to the
prospect of love to possibly push the sinister nightmares of chaos and
carnage away for good, but he soon finds out that love just might not be
enough, and that the sins of his father may have left him on a road that
leads only to death and destruction.

Amel Figueroa is the screenwriter, producer, and director, with his
SaintSinner partners Brandon E. Brooks and Adam Ciesielski, and another
New Jersey based filmmaker, David Von Roehm (president of Ningun
Films) serving as executive producers. The "Hush" cast will includes
Ciesielski (Fear of Clowns 2) in the lead role as “Michael”, along with up &
coming talent like Brea Bee (The Eye of the Tiger, Thrill of the Fight),
Clayton Myers (Nimrod), Jeremy Zelig (“As the World Turns”), Dennis
Ronin (Murder Below the Line), & Mark Lassise (Fear of Clowns 1-2). The
cast also features veteran actors Courtney Gains (Stephen King’s
Children of the Corn), Reggie Bannister (Phantasm), Bill Allen (Rad), &
Tony Todd (Candyman), along with established television personalities
Jon Douglas Rainey (“It Takes a Thief”) and Bob Bowersox (Touched).