Writer/Director Jesse James Hennessy at JJH Productions recently launched his epic proof of concept trailer and Indiegogo campaign for his first feature film Night of the Witch.
The trailer speaks for itself which the B Movie Film Vault says that their zero budget proof of concept trailer is “Impressive” and “Looks like it will be a blast!”!
Night of the Witch Synopsis:
“The year is 1989 and a group of high school seniors head out to a cabin in the woods for one last blast before going off into the big bad world of adulthood. Against better judgment they pick up a seductively charming hitchhiker who unbeknownst to them is an evil blood thirsty witch out for fresh young victims. As the gang fades into an eve of booze, drugs and sex, the sadistic intentions of the witch are revealed turning their good times into a horrific night of cat and mouse. One by one they are hunted and slain until the remaining few must confront the evil witch if they ever want to see 1990 in all its glory. Night of the Witch is a good ole’ 80’s slasher with plenty of blood, boobs, bad lines and rad hair!”
Night of the Witch involves all local talent from the Spokane WA area including Director of Photography Jade Warpenburg (Z-Nation, Different Drummers), Assistant Director Shaun Springer (The Garageland Chronicles), along with a solid rising cast and crew.
About the Writer/Director Jesse James Hennessy:
Including making the top 50 in the world and top 10 directors for the Bloody Cuts Horror Challenge in 2013 with his short film “Suckin’ Face”. Jesse continues to participate in local and international film contests consistently making the top tier along with helming his own web series “Mr. Dark”. This is Jesse’s first feature film and hopes that their campaign will raise enough funds to start production on his film.
Jesse has been working with top talent in Spokane WA for years including Ron Ford (The Fear, Witchcraft XI: Sisters in Blood), Jeremy Lindholm (Twin Peaks), Brad Picard (Z-Nation), and Wes Deitrick (Guyver: Dark Hero, Home of the Brave).
Jesse is also a member of the Spokane Film Project. An organization that raises awerness of the Spokane film community through public events and projects that better the community and get more people involved in the arts.