Ginger Nuts of Horror
Birmingham-based film company, Venomous Little Man (“VLM”) are looking for investors for their next project, as they prepare to shoot and produce their next motion picture.
Bad Medicine is a feature length, psychological horror film. It takes place in a mental health ward during a therapy session, where the participants tell their individual stories of the horrific and shocking events that led them to be where they are now. The film is a horror portmanteau featuring five short films bound together by a wrap -around story.
With filming scheduled to start in December 2014 in and around Birmingham, “Bad Medicine” was written by Amazon #1 bestselling horror author DAVE JEFFERY, and is the follow-up to the highly successful “Ascension”, which scooped the “Best Director” gong at the 2013 Bram Stoker Film Festival for JAMES HART.
It is no coincidence that some of the actors who worked on VLM’s previous film have not hesitated to sign up again for this next thrilling project. Based on the praise that “Ascension” received, they have all jumped at the chance to be part of what promises to be another “scarily-good” film.
Both Jeffery and Hart have enlisted a seasoned, stellar cast for “Bad Medicine”, which includes BARBIE WILDE (HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER II, GRIZZLY II), DEREK MELLING, (ASCENSION, INBRED, THE ELECTRICIAN), LAURENCE SAUNDERS (ASCENSION, DEADTIME, THE SEASONING HOUSE, THE VILLAGE, EASTENDERS, DOCTORS), MARK RATHBONE (ASCENSION, INBRED, CRADLE OF FEAR) and TIM DRY (XTRO, RETURN OF THE JEDI).
“Bad Medicine” will be edited by Richard O’Connor. As the prime editor on award-winning “Ascension”, O’Connor has extensive experience in lighting and stage design and an impressive history of theatre.
VLM are looking for investors to help raise the £35,000 it will cost to fund the production of the film. Investment can start from as little as £1, although bigger outlay will understandably result in greater rewards. The funds will go to cast and crew fees, special creature FX and editing/sound design. Every person or organisation who donates will receive something for their commitment – from a special mention on the credit list of the final movie to VIP tickets to the first screenings, or an opportunity to meet the entire cast and crew at the premiere after-party, or a Producer credit. The INDIEGOGO campaign launched on SUNDAY, 31st AUGUST and will run for 60 days.
For more information on how to be a part of this exciting new project, simply visit www.venomouslittleman.co.uk or contact VLM at: firstname.lastname@example.org
VLM can be found on Twitter: @VLM_Productions
And the Bad Medicine dedicated movie page on FaceBook