WHAT WE ARE, AND HOPES FOR THE FUTURE...
A brief history
Started in 2016, this small studio housed an even smaller group of talented individuals, combining many different content creating skills. The first creation was Disaster Chickens, based on the book: The Chickens and the Hurricane. This five part series, narrated by Peter Murfett and scored by Kurt Walsh, has played on Amazon Prime ever since, to viewers in both the UK and the US.
A series bible is available for production companies on request.
THE GOLDEN MILE GAUNTLET: FEATURE FILM
Set in the bustling sea-side town of Blackpool, The Golden Mile Gauntlet is a homage to the 80-90's creature-features churned out by Full Moon Pictures.
In a run-down seaside town in the North West of England, an ageing prostitute is given five days by her ruthless pimp to pay back the money she owes him, or run a deadly gauntlet down the Golden Mile on Blackpool's promenade. Over the five days she's visited by her pimp's henchmen, a gang of fun-house monsters saved from a fire decades earlier, who remind her of her obligation to their boss. When a chance encounter with a local restaurant owner brings the two of them together, she is forced to confront her past and face the future head-on. Her plans are impeded when an old friend betrays her, leaving Amy only one option... to run The Golden Mile Gauntlet!
Complete with a set of fun-house monsters, this is sure to be a fun movie and perhaps the start of a franchise.
DRUIDS: FEATURE FILM
A recent collaboration with David Moore for Dav3yBoy Films, from a screenplay written by our very own awarding winning screenwriter, David M. Hall will begin filming in Feb 2021.
A lads-weekend away turns deadly, when ancient druids in need of a human sacrifice turn their camping trip into a nightmare.
Described as 'Evil Dead in the Highlands', this promises to be a creative and humourous feature.
In June this year our very own David M. Hall became a finalist in the 13horror 2020 horror screenplay awards with his screenplay: The Golden Mile Gauntlet.