See Trailer #2 Right Now!

This entry was posted on Sunday, October 29th, 2017. Tags:

Sorry you haven’t gotten an update in a while. I’ve been hard at work putting together the best Scary Stories documentary possible! You’ll be happy to hear that I am dropping a brand new trailer today. Here it is! Furthermore, an update. I was hoping to be 100% finished with it by Halloween… turns out we’re about 97% finished. We should be done in the next several weeks.

We’re almost there! Big update!

This entry was posted on Monday, June 26th, 2017. Tags:

Sorry I haven’t updated this blog in a while. I have been posting on social media often. You can see all kinds of stuff on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram… So here is one big update. We’re almost there! The past few months there has been a ton of editing and I’ve really discovered the pace and…

Big news about the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark documentary

This entry was posted on Thursday, November 17th, 2016.

Thanks to all who supported and got the word out about our latest crowdfunding campaign. The money raised will go towards finishing this documentary properly. We do still need more funding, but a new way to get that is currently in progress. With that I have an announcement. In just the last few weeks I have added an associated producer to the documentary. Her name is Donna Davies, and she has directed and produced numerous documentaries and programs that have been seen on Netflix and on television networks.

We’re nearly done; just trying to finish it right!

This entry was posted on Friday, October 21st, 2016.

I have a lot of updates posted to our crowdfunding campaign that was just launched. Please check it out below. We’ve completed nearly 40 interviews, with a few more to go, but mostly we’re raising funds to do a solid post-production… this includes graphics, animation, music, further editing. For the first time we’re offering a 10-minute preview, as well as DVDs! Please check it out!

New photos and update for all of you

This entry was posted on Friday, July 1st, 2016. Tags:

It’s been a little while since updating the blog. So here it is. We’ve been hard at work and we’ve completed a lot more. And we’ve updated the GALLERY to reflect just some of what we’ve accomplished. We have interviewed a number of amazing scholars in folklore, children’s literature, and history. We’ve interviewed more artists and musicians. And we’ve interviewed R.L. Stine.

Moving Forward This Summer

This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 16th, 2016. Tags:

So our latest crowdfunding campaign just ended. The focus of the campaign was always to get the word out as much as possible. Major websites, podcasts, newspapers. I knew that we were going to hit our limit on the reach we had pretty quickly on social media so as long as we had a solid product, solid campaign page, pitch video, and rewards (which I really think we do) then it’s all about getting new traffic to the campaign in whatever way that is possible.

Respect to the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Movie but Documentaries are Nice Too

This entry was posted on Wednesday, February 24th, 2016. Tags: ,

Yes, for over two years now we’ve been very aware of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie that has been in production. When the first news that they were working on that film was announced, I was looking it as a great subject for a documentary. I could never prove that. It was just an idea I was batting around. And now here we are. Their movie progresses and mine does as well.

Q&A with Artist Matthew Therrien

This entry was posted on Sunday, January 31st, 2016. Tags: ,

With the new campaign, new trailer, and all kinds of other updates with the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark documentary, we unveiled a teaser poster done by the very talented artist Matthew Therrien. Along with this, we thought a Q&A with him would be a great way to take a look at how he tackled the poster and the incredible work he has done previously.
How did you come to depict the particular figures and art that is found in the teaser poster for Scary Stories?
Whenever I thought about what to illustrate for this poster…