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Red Sea pacts for pic quartet

Shingle partners with Enderby, Tony-Seven in deal commencing with 'Blood Shed'

Red Sea Media has formed a four-movie partnership with Enderby Entertainment and its genre label Tony-Seven Films, launching with horror thriller “Blood Shed.”

The projects, including horror, thriller, science fiction and supernatural, are being introduced at AFM.

“Blood Shed” producers are Rick Dugdale for Enderby Entertainment and Roman Kopelevich for Red Sea Media with exec producers Vadim Gorainov, Sveta Snitko, Daniel Petrie, Jr., George Peyton and Greg Hall. Shooting will start later this month from a script by Patrick Hasson, who will direct along with co-director Juan Carlos Saizarbortia.

The cast includes Bai Ling and Vida Guerra. Story centers on a loner who moves into a storage facility inhabited by a community of squatters until they are locked in for the night with a deranged demonic witch who hunts them down in search of her lost child.

The second movie under the partnership is paranormal thriller “Encounter at NP-9,” written by Todd Ireland and based on a true story set in the frozen mountains of Siberia. Project is scheduled for a shoot in Slovakia in February.

“From our previous releases we’ve really identified the audiences for our brand, especially through our social media platforms,” Dugale said. “We’re focused on creating a new ‘searchable’ sub-genre for horror fans and we think we’ve found it.”

Recent Tony-7 films include “The Speak,” “Ville” and “No Tell Motel.”

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