A friend of mine, Terry Wickham, is shooting a segment for a found footage anthology film called, Devil’s Five. He is currently fundraising on Indiegogo. Check it out:
Terry and I had worked together on the direct-to-video horror anthology movie, Evil Streets in 1997.
More recently Terry has worked with writer Tim Clark on the short film, Hair of the Dog. They have once again joined forces for a segment of the film Devil’s Five, called Stash.
How exactly were you involved in Evil Streets? Do you have a review? And lastly, where can I find it?
It’s long out of print and it’s probably better off you don’t find it, lol. It wasn’t a success financially and it was shot on video (beta masters). Only a couple of years later there were digital cameras that blew away the quality so it kinda’ had a short shelf life. The first segment was from a short story of mine and I co-wrote the sceenplay with Terry, who directed it. I also did music for the segment and the main theme/opening for the film and took on a producer role, though I had no idea what that entailed. We all did a little bit of everything, so I was involved with the special fx, making props, shooting, lighting, etc. It was a fun experience, but not one I would revisit too enthusiastically.
Very cool. I didn’t know you were so multi-talented. In any case, I’m still interested in buying a copy if you or your friend still have any extras lying around.
I only have my segment, and only one copy. I was thinking about posting it on Vimeo or something. Its about 15 minutes long.