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Back from the Dead

It's been several months, but it is time to dust off the screenwriting typewriter and get my directors buret dry-cleaned. Real-life has been very busy since "Son of Tiny" was released. I recently bought a house and sold my old one, so moving was a priority and took up a lot of time. On top of all that, my computer that I used for filmmaking completely died. Fortunately, my data was safe but the processor went so it would have been about a grand to get it fixed. Work has been very busy and with two small kids waiting for me at home, I was left with very little time, and even less energy to make any filmmaking progress. 

We did release part 9 of our "Jason Xmas" mini-series back in January but other than that, filmmaking has been at a stand still as far as "Scared Stiff" is concerned. I recently edited a short film that will be making the festival loop shortly directed by "Scared Stiff" star Analisa Robertson recently, but it is now time to come back home to the world of "Scared Stiff".

"Son of Tiny" was received very well last fall. The views were way down compared to the previous "Tiny's Halloween" films but did fairly well compared to recent releases. Overall the total views of the show have been very healthy so I am optimistic of the future of the show. I will be making updates a lot more frequently now, so check back often to see what is new and upcoming in the world of "Scared Stiff."


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