Hex Studios, publishers and promoters of indie horror, have launched their own YouTube channel. You might be wondering why they didn’t do that years ago — well, they did, but we’re talking about Channel Hex, a spinoff of their regular channel that will spotlight filmmakers in the indie horror scene.
And to launch the channel, Hex presents a video diary of the studio’s main team and their adventures at the Glasgow Frighfest. Watch as Hex CEO Lawrie Brewster (The Black Gloves, The Devil’s Machine), writer/director Sam Ashurst (Frankenstein’s Creature, the Arrow Video podcast), and writer/director Tom Staunton (Breath, The Summoning) romp around the festival, interviewing folks like director Joe Begos and picking up valuable indie filmmaker tips.
If you’ve got nearly two hours to spare (sorry, that’s how long this is), kick back and watch this special presentation. You can support Channel Hex at www.patreon.com/hexmedia, and get member-exclusive goodies for doing so.
To launch Channel Hex – Hex Studios’ new YouTube channel made by filmmakers for filmmakers – the team are proud to announce a ramshackle feature-length video diary covering the team’s Glasgow FrightFest adventures! See the gang talk to the festival organisers and their high profile guests (including Bliss / VFW director Joe Begos), and enjoy candid behind the scenes footage, tips for filmmakers, as well as the odd casual insult. Join Hex CEO Lawrie Brewster (The Black Gloves, The Devil’s Machine), writer/director Sam Ashurst (Frankenstein’s Creature, the Arrow Video podcast), and writer/director Tom Staunton (Breath, The Summoning) as they attempt to stay dry, sober, and out of trouble at Glasgow’s biggest horror event!
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