Well it’s been a few months since we have updated the blog. A lot of stuff has happened since then. So let me fill you in.

Gas Mask

First off, we thank everyone for showing your support for the project. Unfortunately we could not find a location that was satisfactory to us and the window of opportunity was getting smaller and smaller to the point that I decided to postpone the production till the winter passes. I did not want to compromise the vision of the film. When we started the project, I felt that it was a way to showcase the talents of those involved. Some might say it is better to get it out there, but I felt if we were going to raise money for it through Kickstarter. I have an obligation to those that donated their hard earned money, to put our best foot forward and make something amazing. Why push through something mediocre?

But don’t worry.  It will happen that much is for sure.  We are having a meeting next week with someone who is interested in helping produce the film.  More too come…..

So we took a few months off that project and turned our attention to the film we shot last summer.


Demons Cross: The Housesitter

After a 16 day shoot last summer, we hired ourselves an editor. Doug Plomitallo. Doug is a great filmmaker that has strong roots in the horror genre.  He runs a cool website over at www.scaredstiff.tv where he showcases his scary short films, so make sure you check it out!  He is a very talented individual and we are happy with the progress of the film so far.  We just watched a rough cut of the film and it is coming along just nicely.  There is still a lot of work to be done but the basic skeleton of the movie is laid out.

This weekend we will meeting with Jeff to discuss the music.  He has been eager to work on this and we are extremely happy that he has come aboard the project.  His work on the Gasmask score is just amazing and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with for this film.


We ran a kickstarter campaign for the post production of the film and raised almost 5K.  Check it out here.   It’s was an educational experience since we have never raised funds for a project.   It is definitely some thing we will be using for the Gasmask project in the coming months.   We want to thank everyone who gave a little to the project.  It really means a lot to us here and those at Greentown Pictures.


As you can see from some of the production stills it was a huge job.  We had a lot of people on the set.  If you want to learn more about the film. please make sure you check out the movie’s website.  www.greentownpictures.com you can see more production stills there.

Well that is all for now.  I will try to post up a minute or two of the rough cut in the next couple of weeks if I can.  We are scheduled for a few pick up shots next week so I’ll see what I can do.  Also We might have a guest blogger coming soon.
See ya!