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John Fallon, The Shelter and Frightfest

As I write this, Shawn and I should be chatting with our bro, writer/director John Fallon, about his brilliant flick The Shelter and its pending screening at London's Frightfest on Friday, Aug. 28. But, alas, life has conspired against us once again. It's out of our realm of control. These things happens.

So what we'll do is connect with John when he gets back from the U.K., drink a few brews, talk about the movie's reception at Frightfest, and what lies ahead for The Shelter and the man who made it.

In the meantime, if you are anywhere near London, England, and want to check the flick out, you can buy tickets right here. Having seen this great piece of work, I strongly encourage you proper English Basementites to do so. Well worth the admission price and then some.

In case you haven't seen it already, here's the flick's official trailer:

The Shelter stars acting legend Michael Pare and features music by The Basement's own Shawn. You can keep tabs on the project via Facebook and the official site.

As for our podcast, we hope to sit down and record another one in a week or so. This is not the end, just a hiccup. Stick with us!


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