Back in 2006 The Crinoline and the Rose from Emma Kempton and Anson Hartford was wowing audiences with its magical tale. Couple that with a superbly shot, touchingly performed, surreal experience and you start to recognise why the film has gathered such broad appeal.
Exeter film makers Ashley Thorpe and Toby De Burgh have been commissioned to produce new work as part of the UK Film Council’s Digital Shorts scheme.
The award nominated Scayrecrow by Ashley Thorpe is among the three films he’s offering for download from his Carrion Films site from tomorrow (March 4). The others film are the Screaming Skull and the earlier The Vampire.
Animator Ashley Thorpe continues his foray through horror flicks. In this installment he focuses on the video nasty, or is that nasty video, that is Ringu.
‘A treatise on mental illness, alcoholism and domestic abuse as much as it is a haunted house movie,’ Exeter animator Ashley Thorpe‘s series on horror films continues with Stanely Kubrick’s The Shining.