The movie "Hayride", which was shot right here on the Gulf Coast, is now available on DVD! The movie centers around Steven Summers, who returns home to south Alabama from college with his girlfriend to attend his Uncle's annual Haunted Hayride. What they don't know, is that an escaped killer is on the loose, and Steven will soon face the real life embodiment of "Pitchfork", a character his uncle created for the hayride, and Steven's childhood tormentor. Steven soon realizes that not all childhood fears are imagined when the legend of Pitchfork becomes dangerously real.
HAayride is now available for purchase from Amazon, Walmart, and BestBuy. You can also rent the movie from Netflix and Blockbuster nationwide. It will be availible at Redbox on May 21.
Actors Richard Tyson, Jeremy Ivy and other cast members will be at MovieStop in Mobile for a DVD signing for the locally made movie on Saturday, May 11 at 6:00pm. MovieStop will have copies available for purchase.
Writer/Director Terron R. Parsons grew up in Fairhope and still resides in Baldwin County. Many of the cast and crew are from the area, including Richard Tyson. The cast and crew just finished filming the sequel to Hayride this past weekend. Hayride 2 is now in the post production process, and is expected to be released later this year.
You can find more information about the movie at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1861343/.
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