Digging the love!

Things We Dig views are going up and people are spreading the good bloody word! We just went past 666 last night, woot!

Thank you for all the comments, shares and messages in the last few weeks since putting the horror comedy out there for everybody to watch!

To my utter delight, the short film is still getting film festival love! In the last two weeks, three more film festivals have selected ‘Things We Dig‘ for their programming!

One of them is the 6ix Screams Film International Horror Festival (Canada) October 25-26!

Thanks for the fun graphics and laurels 6ix Screams!

The other two will be premieres in GERMANY and SPAIN in November! Stay tuned for more info as soon as I get the details!

Three spooky CHEERS to my cast and crew!!!

At last!

“In order to pay bills and pass as mere mortals, four female vampires offer a unique ‘cleaning and disposal’ service. Hoping to boost their struggling business, they hire a small film crew to make a commercial for the dark net. Naturally, it doesn’t take long for human and vampire cooperation to dissolve over bloody creative differences.”

Just in time for the Halloween season, Things we Dig is now online for your viewing pleasure! Leave the kids in the other room and lower the lights. Get ready for creepiness and giggles!

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Dark greetings,

Pia

Things are coming!

The time has come…it’s Halloween season, and what better time to announce the upcoming online Premiere of Things We Dig at the next full moon, September 20th!!! Ahooooo!

The festival run is over and it’s time to spread this horror comedy to the masses! If you like ‘What we do in the Shadows’, (the movie and or the tv show), this is for you!

“The film successfully riffs on “What We Do In The Shadows” while also developing its own particular style or should I say blood type.” – Beth Accomando, KPBS

“…deliciously twisted…” – TG Geeks

“A quirky and funny What We Do In the Shadows style short” – Jason Coleman, Why So Blu

“…one to watch over and over…” – Emilie Black, Cinema Crazed

“In order to pay bills and pass as mere mortals, four female vampires offer a unique ‘cleaning and disposal’ service. Hoping to boost their struggling business, they hire a small film crew to make a commercial for the dark net. Naturally, it doesn’t take long for human and vampire cooperation to dissolve over bloody creative differences.”

Share this far and wide! We’re gravely serious!

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And totally unrelated…did you see this?!?!

WEIRD! Does this seem legit?