Collider has announced the addition of six new actors to the Ninth Houses Bad Connection cast: Michael Naizu, Deon Richmond, SwagBoyQ, Austin Zajur, and Tiffany Shepis. The new actors are led by Dana Davis (Prom Night, The Morning Show, The Rookie) and Chris Gann (For all Mankind, The Valet).
Davis will play the part of a waitress who discovers a snuff film on the stolen cell phone she acquired. A snuff film is a video taken by the murderer or sold to online creeps. Unfortunately for Davis' character, the owner of the cellphone (Gann) discovers she has the evidence that puts him in jail.
While The Ninth House has yet to disclose who will play the new cast member in Bad Connection, other horror veterans have contributed. First, Richmond was a member of both Scream 3 and the 2006 independent horror film Hatchet. Hatchet spawned many sequels, one of which, Victor Crowley, starred Hilton. Finally, Hilton appeared in 2015s slasher film Most Likely to Die. Naizu (Christmas Is Canceled) will be making his debut in a TikTok
Autumn Federici, Deon Richmond, and Jake Helgren direct the feature from a script he co-wrote with Stephen Wells. The film is executive produced by Vanessa Shapiro, Michael Madnick, and Tim Stearns. Camila Banus, Orel De La Mota, Courtney Halverson, and Brooke Anne Smith round out the cast.
Here's the official synopsis for Bad Connection: The Original
Bad Connection follows a down-on-her-luck waitress played by Dana Davis, who discovers a snuff film on the stolen cell phone she purchased. Soon she discovers herself on the run from a methodical idiot played by Chris Gann, who is determined to get it back.
Bad Connection is still unreleased, nor is there a trailer for it. Here at Collider, you can expect to see all of the project's exclusive horror content as soon as it becomes available. Check out Julia Stiles, the star of Orphan and Orphan: First Kill: