From the looks of the new movie trailer 'Deadland' is going to be a thriller, suspense, and horror flick all mixed into one! Parts of the movie were filmed right here in the Sooner State in Frederick, Oklahoma, and the surrounding area. We'll finally get to see 'Deadland' this fall. According to IMDb it will be released on Friday, October 7th (10-07-22) looking forward to it! It was around this same time last year they were filming.
'Deadland' is an Odd Man Out production. Written by David Elliot, Lance Larson, and Jas Shelton. It was directed by Lance Larson and stars Chris Mulkey, Julio Cesar Cedillo, McCaul Lombardi, and Roberto Urbina. It has an amazing cast and is incredibly well written, filmed, and produced. So what's the movie about?
It centers around the story of a U.S. Border Patrol agent named
Unfortunately, Agent Angel Waters can not grant this dying man's request, and instead, he's taken to a remote border outpost and while being held there is killed. A cover-up happens and the body is disposed of by Angel and 2 other agents. They decide to bury the man's body at night out in the desert in an unmarked grave.
Afterward, all 3 men swore an oath of silence, but the spirit of the dead man will not allow it. They're haunted by the deceased and are unable to escape his vengeful wrath. Now that sounds like an epic movie! It's got everything from suspense to horror, and everything in between. Plus with it being filmed in Oklahoma there's a pretty good chance that you'll recognize some of the locations in the film and even some of the people!
Several extras were cast in the movie and most were from Frederick and the surrounding area. It'll be cool to see if we recognize anyone we may know. To get all the details on 'Deadland' and to watch the official movie trailer visit the official website by clicking here. They have the trailer, story details, cast listing, along with the director's statement all posted on the 'Deadland' movie website. I can't wait to see it!
Take a look inside this epic 1960s retro motel in Oklahoma!
It's the ultimate retro vintage motel stay in the Sooner State! If you've ever wanted to step back in time and experience the "good old days" once again, or maybe for the very first time, you're in luck. Take a break from the usual, boring, and mundane hotel room by booking a stay at this 60s-style motel in Oklahoma City, OK. The Classen Inn
is one of the most unique and colorful motels in the state, if not the entire nation. It was originally built back in 1963 and has been completely remodeled, refurbished, and reimagined. If you're looking for a place to stay while on vacation, staycation, or on a weekend getaway why not make your accommodations a part of the vacation fun by staying at the Classen Inn in OKC. You can click here to book your stay. Scroll through the photo gallery below to take a virtual tour of this EPIC 1960s retro motel!
John Wayne: An American Experience museum Ft. Worth, TX.
If you're a fan of the Duke you have to make the trip to Ft. Worth and visit the John Wayne: An American Experience
museum. It's located in the Ft. Worth Stockyards at 2501 Rodeo Plaza. The gallery below isn't even close to half of what you'll see there. With 10,000 square feet and several rooms, the exhibit has everything from John Wayne's early childhood to his final days. You can get up close and personal with all the costumes, wardrobe, and props that John Wayne used in his films and throughout his career. Along with all the great displays throughout the exhibit, there are quotes from the Duke, interactive video and audio sections, and most, if not all of the walls are covered in photo murals and picture collages of the Duke.
See the Most Epic & Unusual Oklahoma Airbnb Rentals!
Take a break from the boring and ordinary and make your next overnight stay more spectacular and memorable. These rentals are a lot more than just a place to stay, all of them could easily be a vacation destination and experience all on their own! If you're planning a staycation or vacation in Oklahoma you should definitely check out these epic and unusual Airbnb
rentals versus booking just a plain old room at a hotel or motel. You could make your accommodations a part of the experience itself by staying at any of these amazing places in the Sooner State. Scroll through the photo gallery below to check them out.
The "Clint Eastwood: A Cinematic Legacy" exhibit Dallas, TX.