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Jason from ‘Friday the 13th’ to play show at Otto’s DeKalb

Published: Thursday, June 13, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

Ari Lehman, the guy who played Jason in the horror classic “Friday The 13th” will perform with his band First Jason Saturday at Otto’s DeKalb as part of a show to benefit an upcoming movie to be filmed in DeKalb.

Willy Adkins, president of Spook Show Entertainment and director of the film, is producing the Otto’s event and plans to incorporate many local people into the event who also are involved in the upcoming “Sister of the Wolf” film. Lehman will star as Anthony in the film

Also scheduled to perform from Wisconsin is a the band Killstone, featuring actor Tom Lodewyck, who can be seen portraying the serial killer Carl Panzram in John Borowski’s award-winning documentary “Panzram, The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance” on Netflix. Lodewyck also will star in “Sister of the Wolf” as Officer Daniels, a correctional officer gone bad.

“Sister of the Wolf” is the story of two siblings, Wolf (Wolf McKinney) and Sara (Clarisse Behr), who both carry wounds of childhood trauma into their adult lives, which leads them down very different roads. A vengeful, aggressive essence arisen from Wolf has led him to a death row prison sentence after conviction of murders. Absent of any remorse, his last days are spent isolated in daily tasks and locked in a cell. His only human interaction is limited to his sister, whose road has led her to work as a victim’s advocate. She spends her days helping everyone around her, including her brother and her mother. As Wolf and Sara become crossed within the plans of a sinister prison gang, their past ideals will be put to the ultimate test. As multiple lives hang in the balance, including their own, they must decide whether or not to make different choices in this gritty, challenging suspense thriller.

The film is slated to begin production in DeKalb next month.

Adkins has a indiegogo campaign to help raise funds to produce the film. To get involved, visit

For more information on Spook Show Entertainment, visit

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