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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Dead Before Dawn

After just finishing day 20/20 shooting Dead Before Dawn, we are eager and excited to dive straight into post production. Our amazing cast and crew all came together to deliver an outstanding production and we can’t wait to bring the laughs and the screams to the rest of the world. Visit our Facebook page and see some Dead Before Dawn press articles below.

The Hollywood Reporter: Christopher Lloyd Joins Dead Before Dawn

Emmy-winning actor of “Taxi” fame to play a grandfather who runs an occult shop in a 3D Canadian horror picture by director April Mullen…


The Canadian Press: Filmmaking Duo Apply 3D to “Dead Before Dawn”

The hefty cost and steep learning curve to make a movie in 3D isn’t stopping low-budget Canadian filmmakers April Mullen and Tim Doiron from diving into the technology…

Cassandra Szklarski, CANADIAN PRESS

Fangoria: New Dead Before Dawn Photos; Lloyd Joins

Production entity Wango Films has announced that Christopher Lloyd, who has dabbled in the fantastic and frightening via the BACK TO THE FUTURE and ADDAMS FAMILY movies, an early turn in the slasher opus SCHIZOID and last year’s PIRANHA 3D, appears in DEAD BEFORE DAWN as the grandfather of teen hero Casper (played by Devon Bostick, in first two photos below)…

Michael Gingold, FANGORIA.COM

Cameras are rolling!

We’ve had the cameras rolling for 5 days already on our upcoming feature film, Dead Before Dawn, and things are going great. For more details on the film, visit our website at and “like” us on Facebook! This is the very first Independent Canadian 3D feature film, supported by Telefilm Canada. Our exciting cast features Devon Bostick, Martha MacIsaac, Brandon Jay McLaren, Brittany Allen, Ellen Dubin, Kyle Schmid, Rossif Sutherland,Tim Doiron and April Mullen.


Canadian Comedy Awards



We at Wango Films are very honoured to announce  that our film “GravyTrain” has been nominated for THREE Canadian Comedy Awards. The Comedy Awards and Festival runs from October 13th-17th, 2011 in Toronto. Find out more at