Post Production

It's been a long road of post production in 2015 but, in 2016, there is a light at the end of the tunnel as we look forward to a Spring screening followed by a year-long film festival tour.

The film has gone through multiple cuts as we strive to have the strongest possible version of the film but the cut is now complete! Our friends at STUDIO UNKNOWN are now picking up where we left off with a perfected 5.1 surround sound mix of the audio while our visual effects artist completes the greenscreen shots for our interior vehicle scenes. These will be just about the only digital effects you'll see in the film since the gun-play and gore effects were all done practically on-set.

FANGORIA Reveals An Exclusive First-Look At The Trailer

Fangoria, the authority on horror for over 30 years, has posted an exclusive story revealing the very first trailer and poster for the film. We'd like to thank Fangoria for their hospitality and we invite you to check out the article HERE.

D.P. Kevin Good Talks About His Tools For Getting Great Shots

Our very talented and incredibly knowledgeable Director of Photography, Kevin Good, not only stays busy shooting projects of his own but also gives helpful hints on how others can do the same at In this video, Kevin talks tech and technique about how he gets the great visual results seen in the film.

Kevin Good prepares the camera as actor Kristin Rogers (Beth) hangs out in the Duster between takes.