I think it’s safe to presume that people around me know I’m very private and reserved when it comes to talking about myself. I’m quite happy being in the shadows and just being left to get on with the behind the scenes saga of making a film.
However, I was approached by the kind folks over at Outward Film Network who asked if I would like to be interviewed for their amazing website which is tailored towards the indepdent filmmaking scene and the kindness they showed me as well as their devotion to the indie filmmaker scene persuaded me to drop a few thoughts down to their questions…. well I say a few…. about 4,000 words later, I was all waffled out.
Anyway, here is the link to the full interview over on their amazing site. Check them out please! Thank you so very much to Mark and the entire team over on the page, who are all absolute superstars!
We’re thrilled to be included on ZombieApocalypse.com who have supported us right from the very beginning of the project, and we always love working with them! A great site and a great supporter of independent film around the globe!
So, what with finishing a month of filming with the amazing cast & crew, we’ve also had lots of local and worldwide press exposure, some of which I will post links to as they become public, while below is a collection of how the production has already been covered through various media. Enjoy!
Jason Forrest and The MilkBar Podcast/WCR.FM team came down to set on August 27th to interview various cast & crew (myself included, so apologies for the accent, I was on about 4 hours complete sleep at this point too!). A great insight to how the filmmaking process was going! Many thanks again to Jason! You can hear the complete show here.
The Walsall Advertiser kindly ran an article on the film too on August 14th! Check it out below!
August 11th saw the Express & Star start their coverage on the film as it began it’s second week of production. More here!
While you can also read the original Indiegogo campaign article from June14th here!
Thank you to EVERYONE who supported us through the production process and beyond. Your kind support and encouragement is not only welcoming and greatly appreciated, but essential to local independent filmmaking! Another very special thank you also to Sophia French at Walsall Council for her amazing support as well as the fantastic staff and volunteers at The Manor House itself! We hope to do you all proud!
We promised, so here is a brand new poster for The House of Screaming Death, featuring Thomas Burlington (the fantastic Brett Dewsbury) and… well someone else behind him. Our Vampyre if you will (played by the amazing Matthew Kinson)! Check out those claws because he’s a sneaky one, and you won’t get a clear look at the fantastic design work of Steve Bosworth until well into 2016!
We’re keeping him very secret! So enjoy this look at him now, and ask yourself, why does Thomas look so concerned? I can’t wait for you all to see them both in action next year! The whole Vampyre segment was a dream come true for me to write, produce and direct!