A new ‘Outpost’: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ star looks back at making his film directorial debut at Priest Lake -

By Ed Condran

From “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” to Priest Lake. The distance, 2,626 miles, is considerable, and the destinations are quite different. The same can be said for the comedy and horror genres. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Joe Lo Truglio understands. The veteran actor, who has appeared in acclaimed comedic movies such as “Superbad,” “Wet Hot American Summer” and “I Love You, Man,” is making his feature film directorial debut with the horror project “Outpost.” The movie was shot in Priest Lake and on Sundance Mountain from July 12-29. “It’s a beautiful community,” Lo Truglio said while calling from his Los Angeles home. “I found everyone in the area very kind, curious and hospitable. We went to the top of the mountain and made a movie that is very different from what I’m known for.” READ MORE


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"Psychological suspenseful Descent into madness that’s Outpost by Joe LoTruglio"