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POST PRODUCTION STARTS ON FRANK & MARY

POST PRODUCTION STARTS ON FRANK & MARY

The Frank & Mary edit is locked and we enter post production on our latest tale of horror. There is still a lot of work to do but we are very excited to share our suburban take on Frankenstein with you later this year. David Troughton and Roberta Taylor were in back in the studio recording their ADR lines and now the wonderful teams at 5A Studios, Frame by Frame and The Safehouse will produce the sound design, visual effects and score for EHP’s latest.

WE ARE FUNDED!

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Our Kickstarter campaign for Frank & Mary has finished and we have hit our target! Frank & Mary will live!!! We are now into the planning phase for our new short film and will be back very soon with more news, so keep it peeled to the website for our very British take on Frankenstein!

FRANK & MARY KICKSTARTER NOW LIVE!

FRANK & MARY KICKSTARTER NOW LIVE!

We are making a new short and we need your help to do it! Frank & Mary is a suburban twist on Frankenstein about a elderly D.I.Y enthusiast who brings back his recently deceased wife in the garden shed. 

The team behind The Furred Man are back and we have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help bring our new short to life! Head there now, laugh at the pitch video starring two very familiar EHP faces and pledge if you can.

 

 

Sleep Tight Released

Sleep Tight Released

Our new short Sleep Tight is out just in time to scare you silly for Halloween. Ever thought something was hiding in the dark at the end of your bed? You'll never sleep soundly again after watching our creepy new short starring The Furred Man himself, Daniel Carter-Hope. Enjoy and sleep tight.

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NEW SHORT COMING SOON

We've been hard at work here in EHP towers developing The Last Ripper Tour, but that is a long road so we've shot a brand new short we'll be unleashing soon. We're in post-production on the film and can't wait to share it with you soon. Lot's of exciting plans ahead so keep it glued to EHP.