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brand-B Corportation’s Dan Brownlie, Jessica Ann Bonner and Dani Thompson debut Serial Kaller at Horror-on-Sea Film Festival

25 January 2015

Following the exciting news that The Tombs: Rise of the Damned is now in pre production, filmmaker Dan Brownlie took to Horror-on-Sea Film Festival in Southend-on-sea with his leading ladies Dani Thompson and Jessica Ann Bonner to debut Serial Kaller.

Dan, Dani and Jessica introduced the film to the masses of Horror aficionados and thanked Dani who co wrote with Dan Brownlie and Jessica said of the event "It was amazing! Everyone seemed to enjoy the film and laughed in all the right places. People were guessing all through the film who the killer was. Great fun!"



Dan Brownlie added "The Horror-on-sea crowd were %100 into our film. They just got it, and the end blew them out of the water. It was a great crowd to play to and an amazing festival to be part of."

Dani Thompson added “Serial Kaller seems to go down well, there were lots of laughs in the right places, horror fans are the best!”

In Serial Kaller the girls of Babealicious TV are the girls of men's dreams but when a viewers obsession turns to anger and hate the girls might just begin to wish they were plain Janes.



Photography courtesy of Niki Cornish Photography, check her out on Facebook!

About Horror-on-Sea Film Festival
The White Bus Ltd is delighted to organise and present the Horror-on-Sea film festival
They are Southend based, with roots firmly planted in the local community. We specialise in film and video production, distribution and exhibition. We are also heavily involved in education, running courses on subjects as varied as camera lighting, editing and scriptwriting.

To the film-going public, apart from Horror-on-Sea, we are best known for the annual Southend Film Festival, in its seventh year in 2015, and our monthly film screenings at the Palace Theatre, Westcliff, and Leigh Community Centre, Leigh on the end of Southend’s world.

Based at TAP, a temporary arts centre in an old Victorian water works, where we have our office and Cinema. The Cinema is available for private hire for previews, birthday parties, etc. Our Archive is home to over 2,000 reels of 16mm film, comprising over 250 British feature films, an extensive collection of material by iconic director Lindsay Anderson (whose drama documentary The White Bus inspired our company name) and hundreds of short films, documentaries and cartoons. Selections from the Archive are shown every Wednesday evening from 7pm. These are public shows, and admission is free, so please do join us! The films in the Archive are also available for private viewing in the Cinema.



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