Good couple of weeks

Things have been great, and the lack of updates has been due to… (Drumroll) Me forgetting my Blogger password. And username. I am an idiot.

OK, first things first. The first public screening of KillerKiller is happening on Saturday 18th November at the HorrorFest festival in Portsmouth. The cost of a ticket? Simply a donation to Children In Need. More info is appearing slowly but surely at http://www.horrorfest.co.uk

Other great and groovy stuff; the final sound mix is approaching. The extraordinarily talented Phil Sheldon has been putting together some score elements to compliment the lush soundscapes that we already have in the flick, and we’re very much hoping to be able to use a song by the wonderful and mighty Jim Bob, (http://www.jim-bob.co.uk), over the end credits.

We’re also hoping to have an industry screening in London for reviewers/potential distributors, so folks fitting that general description can feel free to drop a line to killer@jinxmedia.co.uk for more information.

Had an interview with a rather large and long-running magazine last week, (which I won’t name just on the offchance they don’t run the article!), which was good fun.

Press


From today’s Brentwood Gazette, a nice article about Cy Henty’s role in KK.

Mid-Cut

Blazing through post for KK at a million miles an hour. Pip and I sat and watched the Mid-Cut yesterday. Working fantastically in most respects, with only a couple of sound problems, (largely echo related), some edits on the cheerleader sequence and some score elements stopping it from classing as a borderline Fine Cut. In other words, we’re on schedule for delivering the Final Cut by the second week of November.

Hellbride is taking a little longer. I’ve enlisted another fine editor, Mike Borland, to do some additional work on it to stop it from falling behind schedule whilst I busy myself with KillerKiller, and we’ve got a couple of days of reshoots and additional scenes scheduled for next month just to get it perfect.

I’m hoping to be able to announce the first KK public screening within the next few weeks, which will certainly be one for your calendar.