Wormwood: Crossroads: Episode 12 — The Wolves of Lyonsville

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Wormwood: Crossroads: Episode Twelve – The Wolves of Lyonsville (The Missing Month Part 3)
Written by Jeremiah Allan

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Sonia Perozzi as Rachel Nolen
Nicole Rayburn as Harmony Barrister
Rob Grindlinger as Cedric Bloomington and Lil Abner
Andrew Ramirez as Dexter Nolen
Ben Boodman as Inigo
Chris Blaylock as Vizzini
Zachary Foulkes as Rugen
Joe J. Thomas as the Announcer

and introducing David Accampo filling in as Jacob Kitter (please go easy on him)

Additional Voices by:
Joy Vanides
Anna Maganini

Edited by David Accampo
Recorded and Produced by Habit Forming Films, LLC
Original Music Composed by Todd Hodges

Staff Writers:
Jeremiah Allan, Rob Allspaw, Tiffiny Kaye Whitney and Rick Bata, Jr.

Executive Producers:
David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers

Episode 12

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11 Responses to “Wormwood: Crossroads: Episode 12 — The Wolves of Lyonsville”

  1. David says:

    So, to recap this season: Wormwood is currently being occupied by the governments paranormal division, vatican enforcers, packs of werewolves and in a short time the mafia and a powerful vodoo priest. While I definitely find this interesting I have trouble seeing how the natives are going to just miss all of this unless all the new players plan on sleeping in the woods at night (doubtful for all but the werewolves). Also, I was kind of hoping for a Halloween themed episode this time.

    That said, really enjoying the story so far and I’m curious where you plan on taking things this season.

  2. A giant werewolf-vampire slobberknocker with a ghost presence isn’t Halloween enough?

    Haha, man, we tried!

  3. David says:

    It is Halloween, I just meant I was curious to see what the town of Wormwood might be like on Halloween.

  4. Paul Montgomery says:

    It’s Halloween every day in Wormwood.

  5. ClockworkTiger says:

    With out spoiling anything about the body count of this episode… Mr. Allen… You’re a total bastard. You wrote a good episode, but you’re still a bastard. I think my heart broke a little.

  6. You should hear the scene we had to take out because all of our actors couldn’t make the scene. We’re looking to see if we can’t get a remastered episode up with a few corrections and that added scene, but all we can do is cross our fingers.

    Glad you liked “it,” though. 🙂

  7. admin says:

    Re: Halloween — Honestly, it’s a logistical thing. We plan these far in advance, but our production schedule got all out of whack. Without our production break, this season would probably be over by now. But I would like to tell a tale of Halloween in Wormwood one day.

  8. admin says:

    Re: that remastered scene — yes, I have all of the additional dialogue from our actor now. However, we’re pushing hard to get the final scripts of the season ready and have the final Season Two recording session with our actors on November 8th! So, we’ll try to squeeze it in, but it may wait a little bit. Hopefully though, we’ll be able to keep the weekly schedule until Season’s end! 🙂

  9. Anna says:

    Great episode, though a bit rough arround the edges. One question though, why are all the werewolves named after characters from “The Princess Bride?”

  10. admin says:

    Because Jeremiah likes the Princess Bride? 😉 Consider it an Easter Egg. 😀 May I ask what you felt was rough around the edges, so that we can improve upon it?

  11. Linda says:

    That broke my heart a little.


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