I’ve been away at Frightfest and at the awesome wedding of Paul and Camille (they had FIREWORKS. It was epic), but I’m now back at my desk and furiously tapping away at my keyboard, working on The Kidnap (A.K.A. Bitchnapped) and planning my web series, alongside finalizing the treatment documents for Sense.
Two things of note happened over the weekend. For me, anyway. For prosperity's sake, I’m mentioning them here!
1.) Don’t Move is playing on the big screen (again)!
Episode 8 of the Bloody Cuts short film anthology, Don’t Move (or ‘the short that killed the series’) is playing at Grimmfest in Manchester on 10th September, ahead of the world premiere of Devil's Tower - a horror featuring Jason Mewes and Roxanne Pallett.
If you’re kicking about up north and want to be scared shitless, then check it out.
2.) Dearly Beheaded mentioned on The Horror Channel website!
In an interview with The Horror Channel about the world premiere of White Settlers, director Simeon Halligan was asked about his ‘next projects’… and had this to say about Dearly Beheaded:
“…we’re developing a new horror comedy called Dearly Beheaded by a new writer called David Scullion, that I’m very excited about, it all centres on a stag do that goes horrendously wrong with very bloody consequences. It’s early days on this, we are yet to raise the full finance or secure the full cast but I can say it’s a brilliantly funny screenplay.”
And no, I didn’t pay him to say that. Much.
Check out the full interview HERE
Now, for an idea of the quality of Not a Number Productions’ work and skill, check out White Settlers. It is playing in various cinemas across September & October and is also available on VOD from September 8th and on DVD from October 20th (just in time for Halloween!).
For more information on White Settlers cinema run, check out their website HERE
And finally, for a bit of a laugh, here’s a ‘reaction video’ for Don’t Move – in Portuguese!
Although I don’t understand most of what he’s saying, it’s bloody funny!
Mind you, this isn’t the best way to watch Don’t Move for the first time. Go to the Grimmfest preview instead!