CALL OF THE HUNTER
COMPLETED: October 2009/10 | Location in Devon | HD Eco Horror Feature Film | 83 minutes
Produced by John Slocombe and Written by Stephen Gawtry
Cast include Don McCorkindale, Sarah Paul, Michael Instone and Jonathan Hansler
Outline: In the summer of 1968, three teenagers went on a camping trip into Herongate Woods. What started out as a fun trip ended in a nightmare as one of the boys met with a tragic death. The other two escaped, but could only relay a tail of a hooded and horned man who terrorized them.
Forty years later, Caroline (one of the survivors) meets with a mysterious and tragic death. Ralph now the only survivor returns to the scene of the original incident with a documentary crew. As he relives the unfortunate episode the past catches up with him as the hooded man returns and the spirit of the forest is awoken with chilling consequences.
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Ivybridge Gazette local newspaper snoops around on set.
Buried.com on-line magazine review
Shock Horror Magazine, independent UK based Horror Magazine.
Anthony Straeger interview with Matt J.Horn
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF FELIX
COMPLETED: 2008/9 | Location London | Documentary Film | 58 minutes
Produced by Invest and based on the writtings of Niki Shisler
Outline: Felix has the severest form of muscular dystrophy (Nemaline Myopathy). He’s on a ventilator 24/7 & has a whole set of issues arising from his disability. This film highlights the families difficulties living and dealing with his circumstance and his development through daily and school life.
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Niki Shisler describes herself as a child of the flower children. Born in the early 60’s to a single, hippie mother, she grew up with only her mother, who moving with her to swinging London where the rule book on everything from work to love to parenting was being rewritten in a flurry of optimism.
She met her husband, Danny, who is from an orthodox Jewish background, at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. She has three children, Joey (from her first marriage), Evie, and FELIX, aged 5 at the time of writing and is severely disabled. His twin Theo died shortly after birth. She has written many articles and her website www.nikishisler.com provides contacts and links for parents of special needs children.