William Froste cast continues packing in the horror icons

Last Updated on August 2, 2021

Horror movies typically have rather small casts, but that is not the case with director Natalie Bible's WILLIAM FROSTE. It's going to contain a whole bunch of characters, and nearly all of the people who appear on the screen will be familiar faces from the genre.

When we first heard of WILLIAM FROSTE, the cast already consisted of Lew Temple, Tyler Mane, Bill Moseley, Muse Watson, Leslie Easterbrook, Michael Berryman, Kane Hodder, Miko Hughes, Amanda Wyss, Steve Railsback, Daeg Faerch, Jillian Murray, Alex Vincent,  Mateus Ward, Preston Bailey, Rodney Eastman, Lisa Wilcox,  Maria Olsen, Landon Gimenez, Emily O’Brien, Kellen Michael, and Tiffany Shepis. A very impressive lineup. But Bible' didn't stop there. P.J. Soles and John Dugan were soon added, and in the month since then the cast has continued to grow.

The latest additions are: FRIDAY THE 13TH 1980 heroine Adrienne King; Tony Moran, the unmasked Michael Myers from John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN; Renae Geerlings from Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN II; Felissa Rose (pictured above) and Jonathan Tiersten from SLEEPAWAY CAMP; Jordan Ladd (pictured below) of CABIN FEVER and GRINDHOUSE; and Garrett Ryan from OCULUS and the INSIDIOUS sequels.

All of these actors will be working together to bring to life a script written by Vince Savage that 

presents the ultimate dichotomy of innocence vs. evil,  and will leave an audience questioning their own moral convictions and seeking answers.

WILLIAM FROSTE has been referred to as the EXPENDABLES of horror, but not even THE EXPENDABLES had this many icons in it. Seeing all these horror stars in the same movie is going to be a lot of fun, if not a bit overwhelming.

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