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
The burnt husk of house rests in the wake of an apocalypse. The air is still, the ground covered in ash. Nothing lives, nothing moves…
But something is scratching beneath the rubble, moaning, clawing at a memory, a memory of a mother… A mother who died. Do you remember?
Eh hem… anyways…
As the season of goodwill and all things festive approaches, we wanted to offer our loyal followers this early gift to get you in the mood for the holidays.
So tear off the blood soaked wrapping paper and gorge yourselves on this very special edition of Mother Died; the fourth episode from Bloody Cuts.
Team BC have been working very hard to bring you a brand new presentation of Mother Died, directed by Neill Gorton and produced by Ben Franklin and Anthony Melton.
This new cut of the film includes a fresh grade by the super talented Patrick Inhofer (Colorist Flight School), a beautiful new score from Patrick Jonsson and a very special treat from VFX wonder boy – Ryan Thompson.
Earlier in May 2014, Colorist Flight school released a ‘Mother Died Grade Along’, which allowed subscribers to virtually sit down with Patrick Inhofer and be schooled in the dark art of colour correction, taking the film from it’s flat raw state to a fully graded final product.
Check out the Tao of Color / Colorist Flight School website for more information, it’s a unique resource for not just folks wanting to become a colourist, but all breeds of film makers interested in making their films look amazing.
If you liked Mother Died, be sure to check out all of the other films available right here on Bloodycuts.co.uk…
Evil seasons greetings to all disciples of Horror… Here in the echoing halls of the Bloody Cuts towers we unleash a banshee howl to wish you all the very best of Halloween’s tidings.
And what more, we bring you such sights from the very deepest recesses of ‘The Outer Darkness‘.
The creators of Bloody Cuts promised you treats, so feast your hungry fangs into these two beauties:
First up the latest episode of ‘From Script to Scream’, the episodic documentary tracking the production of ‘The Outer Darkness‘; The upcoming film from the the demented minds that brought you Bloody Cuts and their sponsor Kessler University…
And the second is the first official teaser trailer for the aforementioned film….
Hey Horror Hounds… Just a quick update from out friends over at theouterdarkness.co.uk -
“Getting fired up for Halloween? Need something to tide you over? Then check out our episodic documentary tracking the production of The Outer Darkness – today!!! From Script to Scream is made in partnership with Kessler University and will be released every month (ish)…
We’ve released two 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…”
Next episode – The Shoot: Phase One, coming very, very soon… and possibly something else rather tantalising… Keep your eyes peeled and your face flayed..
Be prepared for a NEW HORROR from the demented minds that brought you Bloody Cuts. Check out the official website NOW before the darkness get’s you.
‘The Outer Darkness’ will be produced and directed by Ben Franklin and Anthony Melton, is written by Joel Morgan and will once again see Jonny Franklin as director of photography. The team will be periodically updating you with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, blog posts and images as ‘The Outer Darkness’ comes to life in collaboration with Kessler University.
Over the next few months a series of episodes of “The Outer Darkness: From Script to Scream” will be released for free by Kessler on the Kessler University website, with the short film itself also coming very, very soon.
So keep your eyes and face peeled for news, updates and exclusive content on the official Kessler University website as the creators of Bloody Cuts reveal morbidly fresh and horrifying short tales of terror – be sure to follow ‘The Outer Darkness’ on Twitter as @faithindarkness and their Facebook page.
What lurks in ‘The Outer Darkness’? Keep following us to find out…