The Episodes

Season One will consist of six, short-form episodes, the first of which starts prep in December 2019. Future episodes currently under consideration will be announced in the coming weeks. Follow our progress on the Production Page.

In post-production

Episode One - CAMERA OBSCURA

Written by - Chris Pickenpaugh

Directed by - Daniel Myrick

Produced by - Daniel Myrick, Doug Fox, Kristian Krempel

At a Southern art exhibit, Josette McCallum discovers a photo seemingly taken from a horrific memory she had long suppressed. Soon, she is stricken with an ailment and nightmarish visions. She seeks out the photographer to solve this mystery and its unnatural affliction.

In prep

Episode Two - WISTERIA

Written/Directed by - Chris Pickenpaugh

Produced by - Daniel Myrick, Doug Fox, Kristian Krempel

Morgue worker Fenton Boyd preps an abandoned, dead toddler for morning cremation -- until he glimpses a flash sign of life. At his wife’s behest, he abducts the body. The intent: to resurrect and claim the child as their own. A long night's journey into misery, madness, and lost souls.

Episode Three - REJUVENATION

Written/Directed by - Danny McBride and Alex Popov

Produced by - Daniel Myrick, Doug Fox, Kristian Krempel

A string of mysterious deaths at a Florida nursing home prompts Claudette Dubois, a troubled young employee, to dig into the shadowy past of the facility and its owner. Along the way she unearths a disturbing, preternatural secret stretching back centuries.

Episode Four - THE HANGING TREE

Written/Directed by - Tom McLoughlin

Produced by - Daniel Myrick, Doug Fox, Kristian Krempel

An East Coast college grad, claiming to be liberal, is in denial of her deep-seeded racism.  On a long business drive from New York to Florida, she needs of a place to stop for the night. From her GPS app, a macabre voice gives her instructions to The Hanging Tree Inn. An 1870s southern gothic plantation house surrounded by moss covered oak trees, she’s welcomed by a kind elderly black gentleman, MR. SOMMERSET. For decades, this warm and wise man has been caretaker of this historical property known for almost 150 years for it’s countless murders. He shows her the inn’s namesake: the monstrous oak tree known locally as The Hanging Tree. She only snickers, believing he’s trying to push her ‘guilty white person’ button. Rudely, she informs him she’s sorry but she doesn’t have one. For the rest of the night, her deep, but no longer covert, racism is confronted by the cruel, evil, and grotesque occurrences on The Hanging Tree. The sage-like Mr. Sommerset gives her the choice to change her heart now that she’s seen what hate, without any reason, can do. But even the dead can’t change her.  So she has chosen her fate.