The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell
the world is destroyed, let the party begin
Published Jan 23, 2005
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Threshold Productions is pleased to announce that The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell is now in full post-production phase. After all the excitement of shooting, it's great to see the footage cutting together and the buzz around the film growing.
Producer Jamie Bullock and Associate Producer Scott Addison Clay will be attending the first week of the Sundance Film Festival to discuss the future of the film with distributors and other industry folks. Threshold Productions is currently seeking investors to provide finishing funds who are interested in joining us as we take this historic dark comedy epic on the road to film festivals. Halloween marked the premiere of the first official trailer for The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell at the Van Helsing exhibit in Universal Studios. The location and date provided the perfect backdrop for the first public viewing of the Threshold.
Interest in the film from both the press and the public has been astounding. An article in Backstage West is due out in a few weeks, and there have been over 20,000 visitors to the website, www.thresholdofhell.com. The site is constantly updated. A trailer is now online, soon to be joined by a flash animated e-comic which provides back-stories on the characters featured in the Threshold of Hell. The first installment will cover the history of the robots Yul and Quincy.