Sitting back in the dark

Contemplating my battle scars

The ones that nobody sees 

Hurt the deepest 

but a smile covers with ease

Life could be a tragedy 

Just wish sometimes 

Time would freeze

Even some days go backwards 

To relive those memories.



    ‘Long Gone

  Is a short horror film set in  Northumberland England


A year after a successful business woman goes missing without a trace, those
involved in the case also start disappearing

Long Gone follows the story of missing
business woman, Heather Langford. Her disappearance a year ago triggered a search
by local police and detectives, they too started to disappear. One year on reporters
and detectives still search the wooded area where they were last seen. Missing posters litter the area, a mystery looms within the darkness.

Zamboni Productions seek funding and sponsorship for the production of their
short horror film ‘Long Gone’ set in the North East and created by local talent.

In Northumberland, April 2016 – New startup Zamboni Productions is raising funds via a crowdfunding campaign to produce their short horror film, LONG GONE using only skillful North East talent.The company set out to raise £2,750 to produce the film, which will
showcase a full company of talented cast and crew exclusively from the North-East of England.
Zamboni hope to exhibit their finished film at film festivals throughout the
The crew is comprised of Northumbrian filmmaker and director Dan Douglas based in Newcastle, Producer Kate McCheyne from Cullercoats, award winning filmmaker and director of photography, Euan Preston, based in Morpeth. Music by local Sunderland
star, Paul Liddell, Score by young Tynemouth composer Ed Rowntree, and artwork by Whitley Bay local Chris Bishop.
Our talented cast is formed by local actor Drew Horsley,
comedienne Hannah Walker,
actor and voice over artist Gareth Lilley,
actor and novelist
Rod Glenn
and Whitley Bay’s Jessica Johnson,
who has recently returned from a one
month run in New York City alongside producer, Kate McCheyne. Long Gone will be shot on location in the North-East and edited in Newcastle, shot exclusively at a secret and secluded location in the Chathill area of Northumberland and set in the fictional Northumbrian village of Fenningbury.
Zamboni Productions was created when Director, Dan Douglas, decided to take a chance on a film idea he had and joined forces with Producer, Kate McCheyne and writer
Martyn Armstrong. Douglas and McCheyne are working together for the first time and are putting all of the time their days will allow into making this short film something to be excited about.


Zamboni Productions have created a page at in order to produce ‘Long Gone’ to the highest standard possible. Investors are offered a variety of different rewards for their pledge ranging from public thanks on social media to signed scripts, blu-rays, invitations to private screenings and their name in the credits. Businesses can also sponsor the production, a great opportunity to get an “In Association With” credit. More information on the rewards on offer can be found on the
kickstarter page at

Contact at


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A New Interactive Horror Series


A New Interactive Horror Series “Nightmares” is being unleashed.


Burbank, CA – A new interactive horror series is coming soon. “Nightmares” – An in-depth nightmare re-enactment series has launched on Kickstarter. Nightmares are one of the very few experiences that connects every living person on the planet. The series dives deep into the minds of people that have suffered from terrible nightmares and then, in a brand new format, various medical and mental health professionals attempt to explain the cause of these terrible experiences, segment by segment. If the medical professionals are stumped, paranormal investigators step in.

Nightmares is hosted by Kevin Grevioux (Underworld, IFrankenstein) while Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Pumkinhead, Terminator, etc.) introduces each episode. With a number of high profile horror talent attached, each segment will feature a notable contributor to the horror industry, appearing in re-enactments, hosting, and offering unique and masterful insight. Only way to find out who hosts what… is to watch…

The nightmares are re-enacted in true short horror film fashion, focusing on the creature or monster. Each episode is a full Nightmare that plays out similar to Tales from the Crypt or Tales from the Darkside with emphasis on bringing the audience new, original monsters. The show wraps up with over two dozen medical professionals and masters of their field, including but not limited to: Psychologists, Paranormal Researchers and Analysts, Psychics, sleep and dream research centers and their team of leading dream experts in North America, Reiki Masters and energy workers, Theologists, Historians, and Neurologists, Fear Enthusiasts, Therapists, and Biologists to chime in and develop theories to the explanations of the nightmare in an attempt to help the dreamer, or in our case… “The Victim”

But it gets better. When living in the world of Nightmares, medical experts may not be able to pinpoint the obvious source of the nightmare. If this happens, Nightmares has partnered with Hollywood Ghost Hunters, led by Kane Hodder (Jason VoorheesI, in Friday the 13th part VII, VIII, Jason Goes To Hell, etc), who will conduct a paranormal investigation in the area where the nightmare occurred, searching for answers.
The first Nightmare comes from a man that started having nightmares after working for Clive Barker’s Seraphim Films. Kane Hodder and his team performed a paranormal investigation… in Clive Barker’s house. A true life, character crosses over with a thick vat of paranormal dumped on it; Jason visits the happenings at the Hellraiser house. A hair-raising episode with some of the greatest horror icons immersed in the passion of the genre.

Speaking of Clive Barker, his art work serves as a backdrop for the series in season one. Nightmares has partnered with Century Guild and each episode will feature different pieces of artwork from the mind of a master of horror himself. The artistic back drop is expected to change from season to season.

The show’s creator and Executive Producer Jin Kelley said “In all the horror films I’ve seen and admired, it always came down to the monster, whatever it may be. If the monster wasn’t believable, then it pulls the viewer out of the story you’ve spent so much time building. You have to respect the fans and give them the best you possibly can. I believe the best way to keep that necessary fear factor intact is with creative practical effects.”

Attached to the show are a number of artists featured on highly popular SyFy show Face Off. Fan favorites and champions Rayce Bird, Logan Long, Cig Neutron, Drew Talbot, Keaghlan Ashley, Rashaad Santiago, Cat Paschen, Niko Gonzalez, George Schminky, Julian Bonfiglio, Wayne Anderson, Gage Munster, Jaime Leodones, Stevie Calabrese, George Troester, and J Anthony Kosar just to name a few. These SFX all-stars compile some of the incredibly talented artists that have come together to make monsters for Nightmares. This Dream Team of artists will rotate so the audience gets to see all of these champions build the monsters in an accompanying webseries available on the Nightmares website. Nightmares picked up Director of Photography David M. Brewer, who chilled audiences of Insidious and countless other horror films. 


The show Nightmares is very interactive, appealing to a global audience. Viewers can submit their own personal nightmare and the show may elect to bring that nightmare to life, prompting our tag line:

“It’s Time To Face Your Demons…”

Each episode will produce new, original monsters. The audience are able to choose which one they want to see in a feature film… as well as which actors… even locations. The Nightmares Team have listened to their fellow the horror fans and are prepared to influence the shape and direction of interactive horror in the entertainment, and its audience forever.

“Nightmares connect every person on the planet. It’s not bound by languages, or ethnicity, or anything else. I also wanted to create something that the fans could actually get involved with on the development level. They can interact with the film making process. I got pretty tired of getting excited over a project that I grew up watching, only to see that the people that finally made it into a movie dropped the ball and disappointed millions of fans in the process. I say give the fans what they want. In order to do that you need a platform for them to easily communicate with you” – creator Jin Kelley 

While the series itself has yet to look for a network to call home, they have already begun shooting various segments to drum up some buzz. So far Lisa Wilcox (Nightmare on Elm Street 4 & 5, Star Trek: The Next Generation), Chloe Dykstra (Heroes of Cosplay), Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, Crimson Peak), Philip Friedman (Insidious), Nicholas King (Sinister), Douglas Tait (Freddy vs Jason, Teen Wolf) have been seen on the Nightmares set as well as a few endorsements from other soon to be announced horror icons.


A show like this has never been done before. It’s a show that is powered by fans, hosted by icons, explained by science, with monsters made by champions, all while keeping the fans actively engaged. And in true independent fashion, they have launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance the pilot episode of the series which can be viewed here.

You can stay up to date with Nightmares on
Twitter @NightmaresShow
Instagram @Nightmares_show

About Nightmares LLC
Nightmares LLC is an independent feature film, TV, and internet production company based in Burbank, California.

For Professional Inquires Contact The Nightmares Facebook Page or Twitter.
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God can’t save you all


The church doors opened and the red mist fell nobody could hide their tears as blood began to flow swallowing this your gods sacred ground.
The preacher man kneeled before me to pray before i lifted his soul and his body burned the congregation stood up and began to flee as the carousel song played and they held on to all the hope and faith they had left.
And thoughts of what could have been and then my guns rang out bullets to their hearts no where to run nowhere to go i was smiling forever as i watched them unable to breathe.

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let your hair down baby I am here i am your fear take a look around this dead hotel without a face listen to the voices they’re getting clearer now
you’re staying with me staying right here
You’re the only one that can bring my pain down but i know you’re falling your screams are my calling there’s nothing you can do in these broken down hotel rooms
as time slows down, baby the blades in deep the nights just getting started  your heart beats slowly, your body bleeds slowly
take just a minute to remember my story