The Fan Carpet’s Edith Fishta spoke EXCLUSIVELY to Cat Davies at Women In Horror Month: United In Blood about BLOOD SHED | The Fan Carpet

The Fan Carpet’s Edith Fishta spoke EXCLUSIVELY to Cat Davies at Women In Horror Month: United In Blood about BLOOD SHED


27 February 2017

The Fan Carpet’s Edith Fishta spoke exclusively to Cat Davies at Women In Horror Month: United In Blood this past weekend, about her iHorror Award Nominated film Connie and her latest short film Blood Shed which launches its crowdfunding campaign TODAY!

From Moranic Productions, Blood Shed is the story of Jack and the love for his shed. In Blood Shed, Jack loves a bargain. And he loves sheds. When he buys suspiciously cheap second-hand parts online to build his very own dream shed, he and long-suffering wife Helen find they’ve got more than they bargained for: a killer shed with an appetite for blood. As the body count rises, and the shed’s ferocious appetite grows, Jack is faced with a horrifying dilemma. A comedy horror about a man’s twisted love for his shed… that eats people.

Photo (left) by Michael Gill

 

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Blood Shed is a dark and twisted but laugh out loud comedy, with a Creepshow-style look and sound, synthesizer music, LOTS of Evil Dead-style blood, and comic book panels. It’s a love letter to the 80s horror anthology style, while telling a bizarre new tale with a unique monster.

Amazing cast and crew to be announced throughout the month-long campaign!

CROWDFUNDING BEGINS TODAY!

Perks include:
Exclusive extras and downloads
Set visits & background extras
Be a victim of the shed
Screening tickets
Props & costumes
Executive Producer credits
Limited edition merchandise
Writing workshops
Script feedback
An actual piece of the shed!

Keep up-to-date with BLOOD SHED on Kickstarter, the Official Website and Twitter: @bloodshedfilm.

Join the conversation using the hashtags #bloodshedfilm and #nightofthelivingshed

Special Thanks to Spider Redundant for providing 'Generation Divide' as the interview track (below), check them out on Facebook.

 

About the Moranic Productions Team
Cat Davies, co-writer and producer of the film, has worked professionally in production since 2005 at the BBC, ITV and as a publishing executive at BBC Worldwide managing the release of some of the UK’s biggest comedy titles. Cat is an expert in making the most of every penny and managing productions end-to-end. Cat is also an award-winning filmmaker, with her last short Connie starring Catrin Stewart, playing the international festival circuit and currently nominated for a prestigious iHorror award in the US. Cat is co-founder of Moranic Productions, with James.

James Moran, co-writer and director, will already be familiar to many fans of the horror and comedy genre through his writing on the movies Severance, Cockneys vs Zombies and Tower Block, and internationally acclaimed TV shows such as Doctor Who, Torchwood, Primeval and Spooks. His other work includes 5-time Streamy Award nominated web series Girl Number 9, and several short films which he wrote and directed, including the award-winning hit Crazy for You (Best Horror/Sci-Fi, Crystal Palace International Film Festival), starring Arthur Darvill and Hannah Tointon, which screened at huge festivals across the globe and is now part of an anthology feature film. The team’s latest hit web series, Mina Murray’s Journal won the Best Screenplay award at Dublin Web Fest 2016, and will soon screen at HollyWeb in Los Angeles.

Ben Foster (Torchwood, Thunderbirds, Happy Valley, Our Girl, Scott & Bailey, Banana), a BAFTA-nominated composer, is on score duties and firing up the synths NOW!

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