An Action-Monster-Thriller sequel fifteen years in the making!
Back in the year 2000, Bart Grieb released his first short film: Taming of the Killer Shrews. Based on a 1959 feature monster movie by Ray Kellogg which had recently come into the public domain, Bart’s film launched his career. Now, he’s back for more!
Armed with an 80 page script and an excited cast and crew, Bart is ready to bring back the magic with a feature-length sequel. Kellogg’s original film has fans worldwide, and we hope that all of you will join them in getting this movie made! With your contribution, this film will be able to achieve high production values with diverse sets, thrilling action sequences, and killer special effects.
What We Need & What You Get
Your contribution will help to make this film as good as it can be. The money will be used toward prosthetics, special and practical effects, stop-motion animation, model work, sets, and props. To do justice to a script that includes boat chases, car explosions, and swashbuckling criminal masterminds, we need your help!
To thank you for your support, there are many perks listed on the right-hand side of this page, including early access to special content, digital downloads of the script and film upon completion, original concept artwork, props from the set (including a shrew itself!), and even a special walk-on role in the movie!
If we don’t reach our goal, the money we raise will be used to make a short version of the film, which will bring the same production values as we intend for the feature, and which will be used to raise funds to finish the feature in the future.
This post was written by Nadia Vella