More coverage over at Fangoria (where their new site seems to sometimes glitch in IE for some reason; try Firefox if you have problems) where they also have some exclusive stills, including the first glimpse of Al’s Stitchgirl chapter, which isn’t actually seen in the teaser trailer..
So, you may have heard that BDT is Bordello Death Tales.
The project went public over the weekend, with a teaser trailer, teaser poster and everything. You can check them over at our good friends at HorrorTalk. It’s a really exciting project and it’s great to see the way that it’s coming together; three very different stories all kind of bound up together as one movie. I think Jim, Al and I have come up with something really interesting, and I can’t wait to see the film all together.
In other news..
The Devil’s Music won Best Independent Feature at the Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester over the weekend. We’re chuffed to bits.. Our first UK screening and we end up with a great award like that. Thanks to everyone involved!
Hellbride has signed with those lovely folks over at Maxim Media/Brain Damage Films and should be hitting the US DVD shelves at the beginning of 2009, unless I miss my guess.
I’ve been insanely busy all week sorting out both the HB deal (completing a delivery list is always fun) and also dealing with post-production on the secret project, which I’m going to call BDT but can’t quite tell you why yet. BDT was shooting last week, and is now wrapped apart from a couple of cutaways. I’m very excited about it; it’s a very different project than I’m used to, but horror fans should certainly find it something to get excited about. It also gave me the chance to work with a few wonderful old friends again..
More soon. Sssshhhhh.