Horror Central's very own L.A. Gore talks Dark Horse (2014) with cult actor Tobin Bell and writer Charles Agron!
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Tobin Bell is an American film and television actor who was born in Queens, New York and raised in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Bell often plays the role of a villain and serial killer; he was cast as Unabomber Theodore John Kaczynski in the made-for-TV movie Unabomber: The True Story, and most recently has played the role of the nefarious "Jigsaw," a serial killer who wants others to appreciate the value of life via twisted "games" in the 2004 film Saw and its sequels, Saw II and Saw III. He received a 2006 MTV Movie Award nomination for "Best Villain" and a nomination for "Best Butcher" in the Fuse/Fangoria Chainsaw Awards.
Aside from appearing in made-for-TV movies, Bell has guest starred in popular series such as Seinfeld, La Femme Nikita, The X-Files, Stargate SG-1, Alias, The Sopranos, and 24.
Charles Agron makes his writing and producing debut with "Dark House". Agron shares writing credit with his director, Victor Salva, though the script was born out of a story originally created by Agron. Charles began his Hollywood career as an actor and appears in this film in the role of Lucky. Agron is in development with his second film, which is set to lens in 2014.
DARK HOUSE (2014)
When Nick Di Santo learns that his father is not only alive but can possibly reveal the origin of his son's dark gift, he sets out on a trip that takes him to an abandoned mansion he thought only existed in his childhood imagination.
Director: Victor Salva
L.A. Gore has been writing professionally for many years, with his articles appearing in numerous publications including Bibliotheca Alexandria, Waters of Life, Pangaia, Witches and Pagans, Playgrounds and The Circle. He has spent most of his life studying ancient and modern religion, and most of his work thus far represents his findings. He is a self-proclaimed horror movie fanatic, with over four hundred in his personal collection. A few of his personal favorites are Hellraiser, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Phantasm, Suspiria, Return of the Living Dead and Dead Alive.