The Quiet Hour

A film we worked on premiered at London's Raindance last week and got nominated for best UK feature. Every project requires time and commitment, but this one was pretty intense to say the least! It was one of those you end up pouring your heart and soul into, and I'm so glad I got to work on it.

I've talked before about the intensity of thrillers- they are hugely sound dependent; the balance between silence and "boom" is pivotal. The Quiet Hour is no exception, as it follows a young girl's struggle for survival in isolating surroundings. Director Stephanie and Producer Sean describe it more eloquently here!

I'm away on my travels again at the moment. Looking forward to seeing the reaction to the movie when I get home, and catching up with autumnal Ireland. Apparently it's sunny there at the moment but I don't believe it!

Hope it's a great weekend for all.


Frightfest 2014

How was your bank holiday weekend?! We were at Film4's Frightfest and had a ball.

The first time we went was for The Human Centipede (first sequence) and we were back again this year to watch The Mirror, which we were very much proud to be a part of! The film was well received and it's always nice to put faces to voices after working long distance. Congrats to Ed Boase and all involved! Production Company / Crew. The Mirror will be released on DVD the 8th of September 2014.

Q&A with Director Ed Boase

Festivals like this are a great platform for film makers. They put the spotlight on up and coming talent and also allow fans of genres like Horror and all it's sub-genres to see the kind of stuff they love in all their glory- where they should be seen; on the big screen. Some other great local film festivals...



What have you got planned for the weekend coming up? We did an interview with the infamous Dean Humphreys this week which we'll be writing up- will be posting it soon. We also got inspired by all the blood and guts of Frightfest, so we're onto some Halloween themed sounds in the studio. In the meantime, have a good'un and here's some cool stuff from around and about...