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First twisted [central] trailer for horror short ‘X Marks The Spot’

14 August 2011 12:03 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Twisted Central Productions and Aegis Studios have teamed up to produce X Marks the Spot, a short horror film based on social media, starring Melissa Revels, Aley Krienz, Ty Yaeger and Michael Diiacova.

Written by Tammy Dupal, who you may know from the Twisted Central website, and directed by Travis Legge owner of Aegis Studios and writer/director of 2011’s Raymond Did It, an Independent slasher flick filmed in Rockford, Illinois, X Marks the Spot is the story of a girl who uses a social media outlet that tracks friends and leads to a disastrous outcome… As you can see in this brief trailer:


- Phil

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Indie Horror Month: Ron Purtee’s Top Five Independent Horror Films

15 March 2011 9:08 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

In a very short time, filmmaker Ron Purtee is becoming quite the expert on creating no-budget shorts. His first effort, Becoming Undead, garnered a lot of attention from Internet audiences and led to Purtee’s next project - The Social Media Massacre, which the filmmaker hopes will some day become a trilogy of films.

Dread Central recently caught up with Purtee to find out what some of his favorite independent genre flicks are.

1. Raymond Did It (Written/Directed by Travis Legge)

I had the pleasure of seeing this on the big screen, and it did not disappoint. It's a huge throwback to films like Prom Night and Halloween. And the kills? Well, the kills are some of the most inventive things I've ever seen. Made me not want to do my laundry for a week. My family was less than happy.

2. Frozen (Written/Directed by Adam Green)

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- thehorrorchick

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First Episode of Ron Purtee's The Social Media Massacre Comes Early

25 January 2011 6:39 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Originally slated to debut this spring, Ron Purtee's The Social Media Massacre has debuted its first episode right now in the dead of winter! It's never to early to have a massacre, is it?

The first episode of The Social Media Massacre is live," announced Purtee. "Starring Valerie Meachum (Raymond Did It, Holiday Carvings) as a woman who has finally posted her final status update, the question is, will the people who comment believe her." Ron continues, "Thanks to all the support in making this series a reality!"

Should this be a project you want to see continue, click here to help fund future episodes.

The series is based on the short of the same name and will have a new killer or death based on social media every episode. The upcoming season is going to be 6 episodes to test the waters, and each episode will be no longer than 10 minutes. »

- Uncle Creepy

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