We trust you all enjoyed this year’s Halloween shenanigans and you’re not pining over the passing of yet another festival of all things spooky too much…
Last week we promised you another dark announcement, and we’re exceedingly pleased to fulfil that promise by unravelling the news that we’ll be releasing The Outer Darkness on Blu-Ray.
The Blu-Ray will include the film itself, along with a remastered version of ‘From Script to Scream’, the making-of documentary made in association with Kessler which includes brand new and never seen before footage.
The disc is also rammed with over 2 hours of content and special features, including some of our other films in glorious HD, alongside a host of bonus content.
For the first time on optical media, we’ve included ten, yes TEN, of the top entries from the Bloody Cuts film challenge in 2014, alongside a host of other BC Horror shorts and extras.
See below for a complete list of content:
From Script to Scream Documentary (40mins)
Isolated Score by Patrick Jonsson
Chris T-T Music Video
Don’t Move (Extreme Version)
Dead Man’s Lake
Dare (Remastered Version)
The Machine Stopped Working
BC HORROR CHALLENGE FILMS:
Play Time (1st Place) – Directed by Ryan Thompson
999 – Directed by Stephen Oxborrow
A… – Directed by Peter Czikrai
Book Vs. Antiquarian – Directed by Stanislava Beuvich
Cut – Directed by Peter Lemper
Emerentia – Directed by Shams Abou El Enein
Free – Directed by Derek King
Possessed Forklift of Death – Directed by Levi Caleb Smith
Stranger – Directed by Geoff Stebbins
Suckin’ Face – Directed by Chaz Dray
We’re only making a relatively short run of these discs, but you’ll find them available to order right here on bloodycuts.co.uk in the next couple of weeks.
So watch this space for an early bird discount price of £14.99… get in touch earliest of birds…
Firstly let us wish you all a splendidly spooky Halloween, and we trust you’re all going to indulge in some, tricks, treats and no doubt some great horror films… Hell, as you’re here why not dig in to some of the Bloody Cuts shorts right now… Well after you read this that is, this is way more important…
Anyway, on this annual celebration of all things creepy we’re exceptionally pleased to bring you some exciting news…
We’ve crawled from our crypts here at BC Towers to drop this scary scoop of horror goodness and with darkly effervescent frenzy we are stoked to announce…
Bloody Cuts is BACK baby, and we’d like to share with you the title and release schedule for our new tale of terror.
Yup, That’s right. This year Christmas is getting the Bloody Cuts treatment, and whilst we don’t want to give anything away, you can expect a distinctly festive flavour to the frolicking fear of our next adventure in HORROR!.
We’ve teamed up with the ever-awesome Røde Microphones to bring you a BRAND NEW horror short, and an accompanying ‘Making-Of documentary’. Røde have been super generous, so special thanks go to the team and Scott Emerton who joins ‘Team BC’ as executive producer.
So strap in and brace yourself for ‘Deathly Presents’ arrival sometime in the last couple of weeks of December.
We definitely intend on beating Santa down the Chimney, so mark this up as an early treat before the big man starts scraping his gut on the brickwork.
Talking of Christmas treats…
Tune in next week for some other exciting news. It’s Dark.
We’re darkly delighted for ‘The Outer Darkness’ to have been selected to play at Shriekfest 2015. Such and honor to play at this long-standing Los Angeles based horror film festival.
BC Horror are still working hard on bringing the next instalment to the world, but bear with us as we spread The Outer Darkness far and wide in an effort to conscript new disciples and financial benefactors.
Part of our endeavour is to place The Outer Darkness at several international festivals, we’ve applied to several and so far the hit rate is looking great.
Here’s the first wave of selections:
Film Quest (UTAH – US)
Calgary Horror Con (CALGARY, CANADA)
BoneBat Comedy of Horrors (SAN FRANCISCO, US)
From Beyond Online Film Festival (DIGITAL)
TriCities International Film Festival (WASHINGTON, US)
Sasquan International Film Festival (WASHINGTON, US)
This Valentine’s Day, we’ve sent out a bloody gift to lovers of Horror and believers in terror as we release ‘The Outer Darkness’.
‘The Outer Darkness’ is Part 1 of a new web series from the creators of Bloody Cuts – Producers and Directors Ben Franklin and Anthony Melton, Screenwriter Joel Morgan and Director of Photography Jonny Franklin.
“On Friday evenings in Lynnsmouth Community Centre, meets a group led by Father Jonathan Crowe. Together they share their stories – tales of strange occurrences, horrific events and bizarre encounters that have scarred their lives. Tonight, a young tormented woman called Jenny will share a story of her experience with a game of chance that sealed the fate of her family…”
Part 1 of this new series stars the wonderful talents of Isla Carter, Tom Geoffrey, Antony Edridge, Anita Booth, Darren Kent, Ross Mullan and Jonny Philips.We’ve also teamed up with industry leaders Kessler to not only create a new slice of horror, but also a series of behind the scenes documentaries entitled ‘From Script to Scream’ that show the process behind making a short horror film.
The first episode of ‘The Outer Darkness’ can be viewed right here for free on the official website or – along with our previous work – on the Bloody Cuts YouTube and Vimeo channels.
Please also follow ‘The Outer Darkness’ on Twitter @faithindarkness and please ‘Like’ our Facebook page for latest news.
Finally you can watch ‘From Script to Scream’, the 7 part series of behind the scenes documentaries covering the making of this short film at KesslerU.
Are you ready to discover what horrors lurk in The Outer Darkness?
Those corrupters of content over at The Outer Darkness have released their latest episode of ‘From Script to Scream’: An episodic documentary tracking the production of the latest film from the creators of Bloody Cuts. Watch the Ep here:
“They’ve released 4 episodes so far which can be viewed over at Kessler University, an awesome site that budding filmmakers would do well in checking out… Slide on over there and explore the other great content from the good folks at Kessler…”
The next episode peers into the malevolent workings of post production… BELIEVE IN HORROR