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West Norfolk film-makers scout for locations

Bloody Cuts' filming scenes for their latest zombie film, Dead Man's Lake at Leziate before filming a car crash scene at Castle Rising. www.lynnnews.co.uk/buyaphoto ENGANL00120120907093738

Bloody Cuts' filming scenes for their latest zombie film, Dead Man's Lake at Leziate before filming a car crash scene at Castle Rising. www.lynnnews.co.uk/buyaphoto ENGANL00120120907093738

West Norfolk film-making company Bloody Cuts might have finished its horror anthology project, but it has lots more up its sleeves including a short and a feature film.

Now it is calling on fans and supporters to help find locations for its upcoming projects to really highlight the local area in the next few films.

Ben Franklin, of Bloody Cuts, said: “You may have seen that our Bloody Cuts series ended, but we have a brand new short horror film project that we’re working on in the area.

“We were meant to shooting a feature film but it’s been scheduled for next year now, and alongside the exciting projects we’re working on over in the USA, we wanted to make another short film true to the spirit of the things we’ve done before.”

Their next project, The Outer Darkness, is the latest horror film from the UK creative team who were the force behind the terrifying horror anthology, Bloody Cuts, a popular series of short films released online to much acclaim from worldwide horror fans and critics alike.

Since Bloody Cuts closed its doors in June, the team have all taken on several exciting new feature film projects.

But with a passion for short form storytelling, they couldn’t resist giving fans of their work another slice of terror they hope will give viewers both old and new many sleepless nights as they close their eyes in fear of The Outer Darkness.

The short film follows a group led by Father Jonathan Crowe, who meet on Friday evenings in the hall of St Barabbas’ Church to share their stories. They tell tales of strange occurrences, horrific events and bizarre encounters that have scarred their lives. Tonight, a young woman called Jenny will share her story of a game of chance that sealed the fate of her family.

Ben said: “We’re shooting in King’s Lynn in September and October, and are excited about seeing what we can do in the local area once again.

“We still need to find some locations in the local area. Firstly a basement-type area, a room with no windows or natural light and it must have four walls. Plus, a tunnel with an enclosed passageway, again, with no natural light or windows.”

If you have a suitable location, or would like to be involved in the project, go to www.theouterdarkness.co.uk to contact the team.

 

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