Motor City Nightmares unveiled the screening schedule for their upcoming Weekend of Horror Film Fest today and Stunt Kitty Films' "A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H.P. Lovecraft Anyway?" is in the number one slot -- 5pm Friday, April 15th. That means our uncanny little comedy of the bizarre will be opening the festival. How cool is that?
Stunt Kitty Films is pleased to announce "A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H.P. Lovecraft Anyway!" is an official selection of the Motor City Nightmares Weekend of Horror Film Festival in Novi, Michigan. This will be the world premiere of the latest odditity from the no-budget filmmakers.
After long weeks of waiting, STUNT KITTY FILMS has made it ON THE LOT, or at least on the website for ON THE LOT.
Yes, an excerpt from our most recent film, ATTACK OF THE BABY DOLL, has been posted for viewing and comments on the website for the new Fox reality program executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
If you have a chance, please take a look and tell us what you think. It features an intro by our director, Debora Roventini, and some silly behind-the-scenes footage as well as a five minute musical number.
Recently Allen Richards of B-Independent.com was kind enough to review Stunt Kitty Films latest film, THE GOLEM, for his indie film site.
For those unfamiliar with Allen and his work, he has been an outspoken champion of microcinema and indie filmmaking almost from the beginning, offering a meeting place on the web at B-Independent.com for film makers to share their experiences and ideas about the art and craft of microcinema.