Damnationland Filmmakers Jeremy Kasten & Fred Greenhalgh Announced for Damnationland 2018


Jeremy Kasten and Fred GreenhalghDouble double, toil and trouble (or Fred and Jeremy, in our case). These two are joining (the dark) forces to bring us a tale of fear and influenza.

In the early 2000’s (a little bit after the 1918 flu epidemic) Fred Greenhalgh took what he learned in film school and used it to develop a pioneering new sound to online audio fiction. His early podcast days caught the attention of Audible, and he’s gone on to co-produce the “Locke & Key” (based on the popular graphic novel written by Joe Hill), and “X-Files: Cold Cases” (featuring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson). His original shows “THE CLEANSED” and “THE DARK TOME” have reached over 4 million global downloads, and have been featured in publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Nerdist and The Guardian.

Jeremy Kasten is best known for his psychedelic approach to horror pictures, which range from psychological horror films such as “The Attic Expeditions” and “The Dead Ones”, to “Grand Guignol”, such as his re-imagining of Herschell Gordon Lewis’ classic splatter film “The Wizard of Gore” and his contribution to the horror anthology films “The Theatre Bizarre” and “The Profane Exhibit”. Other work includes the Mexican zombie film “All Souls Day: Dia de los Muertos” and the drug-fueled vampire film “The Thirst”. To the surprise and shock of his family, he now resides in a 200 year old farmstead lovingly named “The Dear Old Farm”. Perhaps it’ll be a great place to hide out, should an epidemic come back for us all…