Produce a Horror Feature FilmMonster suits. Suspense. Terrifying drama. This is the stuff good ol’ creature features are made of...but those types of horror movies seem to be long gone. And now, Cryptid LLC is here to bring them back! They plan to produce an old-school creature feature called “Cryptid” to scare audiences with real, tangible effects -- none of that CGI fake stuff. Think “Jaws” meets “Zodiac,” with a little bit of mystery, a little bit of redemptive character action, and some good old creature carnage. The story will feature Max, a journalist who discovers that a series of grisly animal attacks in his small Maine town might not be what they first appear to be. With the help of his photographer partner, Harriet, he sets out to uncover the mystery behind the gruesome killings before it’s too late.
Produce unique horror films with original stories and a female director.Rogue Chimeral Films LLC is here to produce The Family Way and continue the horror film legacy. Their goal is to orchestrate your nightmares on film by producing unique horror movies with original stories. The Family Way is a critically-acclaimed and award-winning screenplay written by Shiva Rodriguez and D. Duckie Rodriguez. Rodriguez will also be directing this film, which centers on a “crazy family” and combines the themes of self-discovery, self-awareness, and self-preservation...all while leading the audience to root for the bad guys.
A captivating documentary on how the Commodore 64 impacted an industry and became the best selling computer of all time.The film will cover a brief history of the legendary computer, as well as highlight its legacy today. From Holocaust survivor and legendary founder Jack Tramiel, to the fact that Commodore nearly purchased Apple in its infancy, to learning that it licensed BASIC computer language from Microsoft, the story is pretty tech-tastic. After all, the Commodore 64 sold 30 million units before it was discontinued in 1993, making it the highest selling single computer model of all time. Using historical photographs, archived video footage, original commercials, animation, and music, this film will show just how bombdiggity the Commodore 64 truly was.
Faith-based Film Funding belongs to YOU.Known as “Kind Katie” by her friends and family, she was a devout Christian who not only talked the talk, but walked the walk, of her faith. She was known for the kindness, compassion, and care she showed everyone around her, and she was taken from this world too soon when she died tragically in a car accident. Now, her family and friends want to create a movie in her namesake. Titled “Kind Katie,” the film hopes to preserve the spirit of Katie Beth, encouraging others to learn to live, love, and believe in faith like Kind Katie did.
From the creator of the cult classic “The Hebrew Hammer” comes the sequel “The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler”Fast forward to more than a decade later, and Kesselman is bringing the Hammer back in The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler. Featuring much of the original cast (including Goldberg and Greer), the sequel adds a time traveling twist that leads the Hammer to fighting the ultimate villain -- Hitler himself. With Jesus joining Himmler in his fight against Hitler, the film sounds like something that just might be worth grabbing a bottle of Manischewitz and inviting some of your favorite mensches to go check out.
From the producer of the “Adventures of Bunny Bravo” animated film comes a new multi-channel network focused on creating intelligent entertainment for kidsSuperdopeTV’s content will consist of five main segments: animated series, celebrities, kids and teens versions of established shows like SNL and Mythbusters, promos and brand sponsored content, and music. Gen Z makes up 26% of the US population, and Z’rs are focusing more on YouTube influencers than traditional TV celebrities.
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