Inside 'The Rain' One of David Carradine's final films with The Director and Star

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MediaBlvd’s show Purple Haze will take listeners behind the scenes on one of David Carradine’s final movies through exclusive “LIVE” interviews with 'The Rain' director Douglas Schulze and star Sasha Higgins. Screen icons David Carradine (Kill Bill), Richard Lynch (Halloween, Sword & the Sorcerer) and Dee Wallace (ET, Cujo, the Howling) star in this epic tale of terror that follows three generations and one timeless curse. Set in the remote farming community of Perseverance the Rain follows three families who experience a similar horror yet each lives in a different century. It begins in 1866 as the drought stricken farming community turns to child sacrifice to bring healing rains to their land. Then in 1954 the descendants unearth an old relic that demands further payment for the sins of their forefathers. The third tale is set in modern day as a young girl is struck with a horrible affliction. She is soon faced with an insidious rite of passage that involves sacrificing her younger siblings so that a supernatural rain may be summoned to cure her and the community’s ongoing curse.

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