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Horror Film Corey Feldman, Scream queen Tiffany Shepis


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"There are no happy endings"

“5 OUT OF 5. AMAZING!” -Psi Fi Radio's script review

“THE SCRIPT IS SOLID!” -Tim Gross, film critic,

"QUITE A SCRIPT YOU HAVE THERE!!.... I SEE WHY IT WON" - Robert Elkins Award-winning writer/director

"It's like a dramatic blend of Halloween, Saw and No Country for Old Men. An instant classic!" - Ron Coons First Assistant Camera, Stoker

Synopsis: Nearly a year after the events of INTRUSION the mysterious death of the rose bud killer leaves questions unresolved. Now with the body count rising once again and Holly’s mental stability slipping, she claims the killer is still alive.

Katie Stewart (Intrusion, Overtime) and Lee Haycraft (Intrusion) head the cast of this award-winning and intense psychological horror/thriller.
The film is sure to raise the bar for both independent films and mainstream slashers. Also starring in the award-winning film is
Corey Feldman (Goonies, Lost Boys), Scream queen Tiffany Shepis (The Violent Kind, The Frankenstein Syndrome), Sebrina Scott (Overtime) and Amanda Dunn (Catching Fire).

Storytime Productions is proud to announce the full length trailer for Intrusion:Disconnected, an independently produced psychological horror and thriller movie. The film from Award winning writer/producer, Craig Everett Earl is directed by Award winning filmmaker Kyle Cates. James Houk (An Affirmative Act) serves as cinematographer and Carrie Cates (Summer League) as co-producer and editor. Octavia Earl, Johnathan Reece and Kelsey Forren are also co-producers to the film. Lead actress, Katie Stewart serves as executive producer, who has also been in over one-hundred films, commercials, television specials and music videos and also co-hosts the web show Ville TV.

Scream Queen Tiffany Shepis makes a special introduction


Award winning writer and producer Craig Everett Earl says...

We've really been pouring blood, sweat and tears into this film and the quality is definitely first rate! Intrusion: Disconnected has over 20 great murder sequences, it also features 18 locations and over 50 scenes, and 73 lighting set-ups... it's a lot of hard work! We're hoping to secure the rest of the funds not only because it will let us wrap the remaining shoot this year, but also due to the fact Corey Feldman wants to come on board for four scenes in the film!

We not only have a lot of beautiful ladies in the film, but they're also really amazing actors. We have a cast of over fifty, so I can honestly say it's one the few horror films I've seen in a long time with that many good performances in one film. Usually you only get that in something that's a straight drama. Definitely lots of death and blood, but we have the
character-driven story to drive it as well.


Rogue Cinema:
Psi Fi Para Radio:
Tom H Blog of Horror with lead actress Katie Stewart
Tom H Blog of Horror with Craig Everett Earl Writer/Producer:



I am the Writer/Producer for an independent film we started filming a few years back. Before filming began I worked six days a week for nearly three years to have enough income to start shooting. We secured Scream queen Tiffany Shepis for the first shoot. We have since went on to also secure Corey Feldman for our last and final shoot. We've done eleven days and only have six left.

I've been up for funds twice with the film and poured my heart and soul into it. I won for best screenplay, but the award was broken. At the time it seemed that an international distributor only wanted proof of the award to give us funding and distribution and also use that to push it. The award never came and despite my attempts to the festivals, I learned it was something that happened often with them. I was also up for distribution at another festival. The huge studio that put their name on the festival, had us waiting in the awards for nearly an hour, before the employees of the theater, where it took place, sadly explained to us that the studio had skipped town instead. I later learned, the scripts and films were never touched. This tends to be a reacurring theme for some of these people in Hollywood.

It's never been about the money to me, which probably makes me a bad producer, since that's really what they're supposed to do. I've just always been about trying to accomplish that myself. So all I can say in that reguard is any help is something I won't forget. It literally means the world to me and not finishing this film is just something I can't do. I won't be able to keep looking myself in the face every day, knowing that even though I've done everything imaginable I've failed both myself and my amazing supportive group of cast and crew. I've given up a lot along the way and I think I've lost a piece of myself to some extent. This is the one thing I need to do to full whole again.

I've been writing since I was a kid. I used to stay up all night and fill up tablets. I even had one incident where I woke my poor parents up after busting my waterbed and flooding the basement (their bedroom) below me. My mom pulled back my waterbed and their are literally twenty-thirty pens/pencils beneath the bed. Now I'm thirty-six and still writing and it means more to me than ever before. I've never given up on my dreams and I hope by succeeding that will help show others than with help from others we can other help each other's come true.



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