Today Misty Moon released the updated poster for Robo Films and Misty Moon’s new short horror film Ripper Tour. The poster is based on the newspapers of the time of Jack The Ripper and was designed by the Bloody Brilliant Sam Bessant.
A Bloody Brilliant review of Robo Films and Misty Moon’s new short horror film Ripper Tour starring Lynn Lowry, Dudley Sutton, Charlotte Mounter and introducing Christopher Walker.
“It’s about damn time we were given a new take on the Jack the Ripper mythos, and Ripper Tour doesn’t disappoint.” 4 out of 5 stars Dread Central
Ripper Tour is the story of an American tourist, Jacqueline Butcher, who decides to take in some of London’s East End history and finds that she herself has a supernatural connection with its dark past.
The film will star American cult favourite Lynn Lowry and feature a cameo from British film, stage and screen legend Dudley Sutton.
We need your help to fund this project, and in return we have some brilliant perks including cameo roles in the film, signed photos, posters and to be a judge at this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival, this is one project we are sure you will want to be involved in. Please watch our promo video and here is the link to the full campaign
The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness has always been The Misty Moon Film Society’s favourite time of year. It is our birthday, we will be 8 years old on Halloween. This year we are celebrating with the return of The Misty Moon International Film Festival on Saturday the 29th October at The Cinema Museum.
We have classic film screenings throughout the day including a FREE screening of “Before Dawn” with a Q&A with the director Dominic Brunt. In the evening the main film festival starts at 7pm with 10 ghoulishly delightful films, all being judged by the best in the business and you the audience choose the winner. The event is FREE and for more details go to http://www.cinemamuseum.org.uk/2016/the-misty-moon-international-film-festival/#more-19188
Frankie Abbott is sitting in his care home on a sunny October afternoon when he is visited by a mysterious lady in black………what happens next is pure horror…..with chips……and a splash of ketchup……Day 1 of production on Count Frankula. Official photographs by John Gaffen
A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott received a 5 Star review in The Edinburgh Evening News & The Scotsman last week for our performances at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Also David Barry and Anita Graham performed an extract of the play on Showbiz TV on Sky. Please click the link for the full review
A video of the audience’s reaction after 2 performances at the opening night of A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott @ The Phoenix Artist Club in the West End. Video recorded by John Gaffen and edited by Jason Read of Robo Films
The Misty Moon Film Society is so proud to announce that Stuart Morriss our Curator has become the agent of the original blonde bombshell Vera Day.
“I have known Vera for a couple of years, and we get on really well. Vera has always been a great supporter of Misty Moon and I am looking forward to working with Vera on a number of projects this year. ” Stuart Morriss
For professional bookings for Vera including signings, conventions and theatrical work please contact Stuart at email@example.com
From the people that brought you “The Landlady” Robo Films presents “Lost Soul” a micro horror starring Bond Girl Nina Muschallik and introducing Alicia Doe. Filmed entirely on location at Brockley cemetery in November 2015. A fabulous film written and directed by Jason Read. Premiered on Saturday the 13th February at The Cinema Museum as part of a retrospective of work by Robo Films and Rory O’Donnell, Lost Soul has a slight nod to Friday the 13th………..
On Saturday the 16th May, Misty Moon’s Curator Stuart Morriss & MC Chris Collins went to rural Dymchurch in Kent to be interviewed on David Barry’s Imaginarium show for Channel Radio. Stuart & Chris had a great time talking all things Misty Moon and the chat was interspersed with some classic tunes chosen by them. Click the link below to hear the whole interview on Channel Radio’s Encore programme.