Caroline Williams Returns As Late Night Radio Host in “Ten Minutes to Midnight”

Caroline Williams Returns As Late Night Radio Host
Amy Marlowe In The Bloomquist Brothers’ New Film “Ten Minutes To Midnight”

Caroline Williams has signed on to star in the new Bloomquist Brothers’ film Ten Minutes To Midnight. Produced by Mainframe Pictures and Directed by Two -Time Emmy® Winner Erik Bloomquist, Caroline returns to a radio station for the first time since her breakout performance as “Stretch” in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.

When Tobe Hooper and L.M. “Kit” Carson began casting for the sequel to Hooper’s iconic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, they discovered the punkass actress, who ran screaming down the hallway of the casting office. She burst into the room, pulled the chairs from beneath the duo and played the brief dialogue, while huddled in a corner. In that often told moment, she won the role from 440 actresses from both coasts. 

Caroline’s career has continued to grow with guest starring appearances on TV and leads in films such as Hatchet 3 (written by Adam Green, directed by BJ McDonnell), Contracted (dir. Eric England), Halloween 2 (dir. Rob Zombie), Greenlight (writer Eric England, dir. Graham Denman), Verotika (dir. Glenn Danzig), Psycho Granny (dir. Rebekah McKendry) and many other hit tv shows and movies. 

Caroline Williams IMDB

Ten Minutes To Midnight (written by Carson and Erik Bloomquist) Logline:
On the eve of forced retirement, a violent hurricane traps veteran late night radio host Amy Marlowe and her uneasy staff at WLST while her mysterious new replacement shadows her every move.

Caroline Williams (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Hatchet III, Halloween II)
Nicole Kang (Batwoman, You)
Nicholas Tucci (You’re Next, Long Lost, Most Beautiful Island, Channel Zero: The Dream Door)
Adam Weppler (Long Lost, The Cobblestone Corridor)
William Youmans (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Birdman)

Director Erik Bloomquist is best known for creating the nationally syndicated television series The Cobblestone Corridor for which he won two New England Emmy® Awards (Outstanding Writer and Outstanding Director). His debut feature Long Lost (available now at: and award winning short films have played to great acclaim throughout the world. Erik was also recently named to Connecticut Magazine’s “40 Under 40” List for 2019. Directing reel at:

Recent reviews for Long Lost include:

Rue Morgue: “[With] delicious twists and turns … Bloomquist not only rather brilliantly ratchets uptimes he tension and stakes, [but] also proves adept at building a lust, surrealist-yet-believable world wherein philosophical questions can be pondered and grappled with.”

Film Threat: “[With] exquisite direction, the film is a head-spinning thriller … Bloomquist consistently finds a way to up the ante in a believable, yet nerve-wracking way … that will get under everyone’s skin.”

Father Son Holy Gore: “A social mind bender … Bloomquist cleverly subverts certain expectations of the standard erotic thriller.”

Los Angeles Times: “Bloomquist keeps the audience as unsettled as his hero with an intense atmosphere that turns even a game of “Chubby Bunny” into something sinister.”

The official website for Caroline Williams may be found at

The official website for Erik Bloomquist may be found at

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