TV News: Help Fund DON'T LET HIM IN Director Kelly Smith's New Web Series!

Written by Martin Unsworth Wednesday, 06 November 2013

TV News

Something's Wrong is an upcoming web series in the vein of The Twilight Zone and Tales From The Crypt. It's the brainchild of Kelly Smith, director of the great Brit-horror Don't Let Him In, and co-producer Chris Andrews, who aim to make a series of six 30-minute episodes. These will be available online monthly, free of charge. But they need your help to do so.

A Sponsume page has been set up in order to raise the £6,000 needed to make the series a reality. 

The first episode, entitled “Is This What You Want?” is already in production, directed by Andrews and starring Tommy Bastow (who has appeared with Doug Bradley in Exorcismus) and Lucy-Jane Quinlan (Weaverfish). The story concerns a lonely office worker obsessed with a beautiful commuter he gazes at every evening. When he starts to fear for her safety, he becomes ensnared in a nightmarish world of madness and paranoia. Sounds like a winner to us.

As well as the usual perks on offer to backers such as DVDs, signed scripts and on-screen credit, there's a chance for someone with deep pockets to spend the night with the directors in a genuine haunted house!

You can find out more at the Sponsume page or on Twitter @SW_horrorshow.

STARBURST wishes the directors well, and will be watching the progress of the project with interest!

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