The first project we ever did was a feature… Which, in hindsight, is a little crazy. And then we followed that feature with another feature. After that, we delved into the world of shorts and short episodes before we jumped into… more features. And somewhere along the way, we came up with the idea to put some horror shorts together into one feature length horror anthology.
And so, in the Fall of 2018, we started filming the short segments that would become a part of the anthology. As we worked on that, and decided on short scripts to include in the film, I (along with Isaac) adapted an old horror short I wrote called “THE HUNT” into a wraparound story that would become “THE WYRMWOOD DEVIL.”
We decided not to rush ourselves as we put this film together, and so we shot segment by segment over time… We lost a lot of time & momentum because of Covid, but fortunately that was all we lost… And we continued filming until finally wrapping all re-shoots this past summer.
We edited. We tightened. We polished. We sent the film around for notes and applied some of them. And on Tuesday, March 15th, Joey put the finishing touches on our 5th feature length film.
Blaming George Romero, Red Scare, Cabin of Errors, Yellow Scare, and now Tales From the Narrow Bridge: The Wyrmwood Devil!
7 directors. 4 writers. 8 short, horror segments and a wraparound story. (We actually filmed 10 short segments, but decided to take two of them – The Girl in the Basement and Switcheroo – and make them into their own shorts.)
As we speak, the film is exporting before we start sending it off to film festivals around the world and hopefully some good distribution.
Whatever happens with the film, I am incredibly proud of, and thankful for, every single person who played a role in the creation of the film. People in front of the camera and behind the camera. People who worked on the movie directly, and people who contributed to our Indiegogo campaign (and there were a lot of you– I know because I finished the “SPECIAL THANKS” in the end credits the other day).
I am excited for you to see what we put together. Stay tuned for film festival and screening announcements on this website and our social media pages.