“The Outer Darkness” Series Live on ALTER

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Today, ALTER released the horror series “The Outer Darkness” from

director Ben Franklin and Anthony Melton. Known for directing “The


On Friday evenings in Lynnsmouth Community Centre, meets a

group led by Father Jonathan Crowe. Together they share their

stories – tales of strange occurrences, horrific events and bizarre

encounters that have scarred their lives. Tonight, a young

tormented woman called Jenny will share a story of her experience

with a game of chance that sealed the fate of her


More about the filmmakers:

Having completed 15 short film projects already, the

directing and producing duo are now expanding their portfolio of

work into the feature film arena. Franklin and Melton’s films

include ‘The Birch’, ‘Don’t Move’, ‘The Outer Darkness’ and ‘Dare’,

all of which have been critically praised (by festival audiences,

online viewers and popular film blogs) for their use of practical

makeup, Hollywood standard aesthetics and unconventional

storytelling. Their supernatural horror ‘The Birch’ accumulated

over 35 million views for Crypt TV, and went onto receive a Webby

Award in the Drama category. The film toured festivals worldwide,

finishing at Tribeca Film Festival in April, where Ben and Anthony

took part in a live-streamed Q&A on-stage, alongside renowned

horror filmmaker Eli Roth. In 2017 Ben and Anthony directed the

short ‘Don’t Go Down to Wildor’ for FOX Digital, which went on to

play at Canneseries and win ‘Best Horror Short’ at HollyShorts Film

Festival. Their most recent found-footage horror ‘The Nest’ was

made as part of the V/H/S horror franchise, and is due for release

over Halloween on social media.

Written by
Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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