Sunday, January 25, 2015
We are now about eight days away from production on our short film for The Fear Project which is called Kradeht. The film is very loosely based on a Japanese urban legend and will be quite unlike anything we've done before. The film stars Rika Duran and Michael Ian Sugrue as 'the voice'. We've decided to go back to using only practical effects in our films and this one marks our return to being 100% CGI free. We've also teamed up with Josh Miner as our dedicated sound guy so we can get the best sound possible. We'll also be using the new Zoom h5 and recording at 24 bit for the first time. Anyway, we'll keep you updated about distribution for The Fear Project feature anthology so you can find out where to watch it.
Friday, December 5, 2014
The Fear Project which we were hired to do thanks to the producer noticing our work on YouTube. Our contribution to this feature length found footage anthology will be called Kradeht, which is loosely based on a Japanese urban legend. We're aiming to begin production late this January and then once it's edited it goes off to the producer. We do not know what the release date of this movie will be at this time because the producer is seeking traditional distribution. We'll keep you updated as we know.
Monday, October 27, 2014
Here is our horror anthology movie Dead Static which contains found footage from Vermont's most haunted places including Emily's Bridge, Green Mount Cemetery, and The Pittsford Haunted House. I hope you enjoy this micro-budget film & that it sends shivers down your spine...Watch it now!
Thursday, October 23, 2014
facebook and twitter pages. You can also go directly to our YouTube channel as well. Dead Static runs 23 minutes and contains footage from Emily's Bridge in Stowe VT, Green Mount Cemetery in Montpelier, VT and for the grand finale, The Pittsford Haunted House. Recently, Vermont's largest independent newspaper SEVEN DAYS got a sneak peak at the movie and here's what they had to say, "Dead Static merrily uses these small-town legends as springboards for its startles, shocks and scares. We may know that the intrepid curiosity seekers are doomed, but the film dispenses its chills — some digitally created, others extracted by clever camerawork or sound effects — with an aplomb that will please many horror fans." Read the full article. See you on the 27th and Happy Halloween!
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Friday, September 12, 2014
Our found footage anthology movie Dead Static is almost done. The running time is 23 minutes. All that's left is some minor audio work on the last tale and it's ready to go for October 27th. We are also working on our press materials, the poster and some stills, etc. We hope to have this stuff ready by October 1st. Stay tuned.