Surprises are part of the Halloween tradition, but I was still caught off guard on Wednesday evening when the BBC telephoned to invite me about the late night show which is broadcast on BBC Radio WM and seven of its sister channels. Apparently, host Graham Torrington likes to chat with “remarkable people”, and his producer Nicole Pullman bizarrely considered I qualified for that nomenclature.
The new trailer from Vamporama Films for Monsters. Written and directed by Chrissie Harper from an idea courtesy of yours truly, featuring Liam Woon as ‘The Man’. We’re hoping to premiere it in late November.
I was over in Coventry yesterday, cooling my heels (and a lot else besides) in a massive grocery warehouse alongside my Vamporama Films colleague Chrissie Harper and actor Liam Woon. We were there for principal photography on our new horror short Monsters (the photographs above show Liam during the final rehearsal and a sample clip with preliminary grading). More news soon.
Well, not exactly, but I am currently hunting for a new address (amazingly, only the third I’ll have had for any significant period) whilst I empty this manse of thirty-plus years of accumulated detritus before putting it on the market. It may be a vain hope, but maybe the move will also provide some perspective and a little more direction along my career path, which more frequently resembles a disputed right of way across an abandoned firing range.
More news to follow, I guess. Meanwhile, I should be making a more upbeat announcement very shortly about a documentary project I’ve just completed with Chrissie Harper, my partner in Vamporama Films. Stay tuned.
There’s a new project in the pipeline at Vamporama Films: a gothic short entitled Monsters, to be directed by Chrissie Harper from a script she’s conjured out of a story idea of mine. More news soon, but for now, here’s a detail from one of Chrissie’s storyboards.