Local Filmmakers Seeking to Raise Money to Finish Horror Film ‘Sader Ridge’


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Jeremy Berg

A group of filmmakers based in Burien is trying to raise money through Kickstarter to finish their original psychological horror feature film called “Sader Ridge.”

The October People is a local production company based out of Burien,” said Co-Founder/Writer/Director Jeremy Berg. “The film has already been shot and is currently in the editing phase. But we still need money for post-production to finalize the film.”

Berg used to work at The Tin Room as a bartender, and moved to Burien about four years ago with Monica (a B-Town native). Since that time they’ve made it their home and have become a part of the community.

“It’s a great place to raise kids and our two boys attend Gregory Heights,” he added. “We live right around the corner from the Tin Room on 158th and 12th and it’s a great neighborhood!”

Here’s a synopsis of the film, which stars Trin Miller, Brandon Anthony, Andi Norris, Josh Truax, and D’Angelo Midili:

For years Samantha has wondered about where she came from. After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Sam and three friends take a road trip to inspect the remote property.

Soon after Sam arrives old memories come seeping back to her subconscious while jealousy and unspoken tension between the friends is forced to the surface. As relationships unravel, so does Sam’s sanity. She soon finds herself unable to tell the difference between reality and the horrible visions of brutality she can’t escape. While her world crumbles, Sam discovers that the current horrors may be tied directly to her past.

Here’s a trailer:

And a behind-the-scenes video of the first shooting day:

The link to the Kickstarter page is here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/344084017/sader-ridge.

With 18 days left in their fundraiser, their goal is $8,000.

As of Monday, Aug 13 they have raised $2,920.

“Once we have reached our goal of $8,000, Sader Ridge will be able to be completed and sent to film festivals throughout 2013,” reads a note on the Kickstarter page.

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