The Kiamichi Project
After losing her sister in a brutal attack as a teenager, Scout Rourke agrees to lead a team in the capture of a war machine that may or may not be linked to a legendary creature. In Scout’s heart, she is convinced she is hunting the same massive monster that shredded her sister before Rourke’s horrified eyes decades before.
An unidentified killer has been leaving a trail of bodies in its wake. Leading the mercenary team in the hunt for the creature gives Scout the perfect opportunity for the vengeance she vowed after her sister’s death.
Scout’s military toughness combined with her doctorate in cryptozoology – the study of and search for animals that fall outside of contemporary zoological categories – means she has both the brawn and the brains to get the job done and exact revenge!
But, it turns out that the war machine is actually a Killer Sasquatch under the control of a U.S. special weapons program. The hunters quickly become the hunted in this epic military twist on the Big Foot myth.
Australian actor Nathan Jones joins the cast of High Entertainment’s the Kiamichi Project, an action-packed, suspense film set in the mountains of Oklahoma where legendary Sasquatch roam. Jones, known for his towering height of 6 foot, 11 inches, will star as a tall, hairy creature suspected as the killer leaving bodies in its wake.
Learn more about Jones here.
Canadian actor John DeSantis, known for his turn in Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World with Russell Crowe, and Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, joins the cast of High Entertainment’s, The Kiamichi Project.
The movie is set to be filmed in the Kiamichi Mountains of Oklahoma by High Entertainment subsidiary, Cryptid Films, and will feature DeSantis in a villainous role.
To learn more about the 6-foot 9 actor, visit here.
Daniel Gilchrist, one of the tallest actors in the business at 7 foot 7, has signed on to play a villain in High Entertainment’s upcoming movie, The Kiamichi Project. Gilchrist is known for his role as The Enuattii in 2017’s The Beast of the Water, and as Demby, in Chained for Life.
The Kiamichi Project is in development by High Entertainment’s Oklahoma subsidiary, Cryptid Films. Learn more about the actor here.
Native American actor Michael Spears has joined the cast of Cryptid Film’s The Kiamichi Project. Born in South Dakota, Michael’s first film role was playing Otter in Kevin Costner’s Dances with Wolves. Since then, Michael has worked steadily appearing in Skins, Into the West, and Yellow Rock. He has previously hosted and co-hosted the American Indian Film Institute Awards in 2013. In addition to his acting skills, Michael is also a talented dancer and drummer. He is a champion in Lakota Traditional and Grass Dancing, as well as a hand drum singer champion. Michael is a member of the Lakota Sioux Tribe and now lives in Bozeman, Montana. Read more here.
Eddie Spears, a Native American actor from South Dakota, has signed on for a role in Cryptid Film’s upcoming horror / action film The Kiamichi Project. Spears has had notable roles in a variety of productions including DreamKeeper, Bone Tomahawk, and Into the West, alongside his brother Michael. In previous interviews, One of Eddie’s more well-known roles was playing the lead in Black Cloud, directed by Ricky Schroder. Eddie trained in boxing for three months to portray a young Navajo boxer preparing for the Olympics while conflicted about his family heritage. Read more here.
Rick Prince directs and produces High Entertainment’s The Kiamichi Project. A jack of all trades in movie production, he has experience with special effects makeup, writing, producing and directing. He gained international recognition from Syfy Network’s makeup effects competition show Face Off. Prince wrote, produced and directed his first feature film, Lwa: All Saints Eve, and went on to work as an animatronic puppeteer and executive producer on horror comedy film PuppetMaster: the Littlest Reich. He returns to his partnership with Rashaad Santiago, who worked with Prince previously on Beast of the Water. Learn more about Prince here.
Rashaad Santiago is a special effects artist specializing in monstrous creatures. He’s had a lifelong fascination with art forms such as drawing and sculpture and put his gifts to work creating intimidating movie beasts. Given his successful history of collaboration with Rick Prince on projects such as Beast of the Water, it was a natural fit for him to return to work on High Entertainment’s The Kiamichi Project. Santiago is also known for his work on titles such as Terror from Beyond Beyond and Star Raiders: the Adventures of Saber Raine. Learn more about Santiago here.
Damian Maffei is an actor and producer known for his work on titles such as Wrong Turn, Haunt and The Strangers: Prey at Night. You can learn more about Maffei here.
Emma Bellomy is an actress known for the movie The Strangers: Prey at Night and the TV series Smoketown. You can learn more about Bellomy here.
Lea Enslin is a stuntwoman and movie crew member known for The Night House, Gerald’s Game and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1. You can learn more about Enslin here.
Daniel Norris is an actor and stuntman known for Black Panther, Logan and Captain America: Civil War. You can learn more about Norris here.
Santiago Cirilo is an actor and producer known for his work on titles such as Beast of the Water, Nashville and The Walking Dead. You can learn more about Cirilo here.
Rob Vardaro is an actor and producer known for his work on titles such as Hollywood Werewolf, Alien Vampire Busters and Solitude. You can learn more about Vardaro here.
James Whitecloud is an actor and sound department crew member known for titles such as Birdie, Ida Red and Red Hand. You can learn more about Whitecloud here.
Greg Batterson, known by his stage name as Gregory Allen Tiberius, is an actor known for titles such as Reagan, American Underdog and The Nature of Romance. You can learn more about Tiberius here.
Timo Standing Buffalo Cano
Timo Standing Buffalo Cano is an actor known for Beast of the Water. You can learn more about Cano here.
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