‘At the Mountains of Madness’ – first trailer dropped this week – expect the film in July.
The Warehouse Transmedia team are currently knee deep in snow and blood as we wade through post-production on ‘AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS’ our latest horror feature film. The film, which will be released in April 2021 is subject to… Read More »KNEE DEEP IN SNOW AND BLOOD – POST PRODUCTION
Warehouse Transmedia is proud to announce that we’ve just finished shooting on a new horror film due for release in April 2021 – ‘At The Mountains of Madness’ – which is based on the short story by H.P. Lovecraft, is… Read More »Wrapped – At The Mountains of Madness – an all new Lovecraft horror film
Warehouse Transmedia is the production company behind the feature film Markham, which was written and directed by Matthew Cooper. The experimental horror feature film has been selling well on DVD and on demand on Vimeo and its also beginning to… Read More »Dark Eyes cast on Markham – A review of Markham
Thanks to the Warner Brothers YouTube Channel (who thought such a thing would ever even exist?) we now have the best ‘official’ documentary on our Stan available to view online. Yes, this is ‘Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures’ a… Read More »GENRE BENDER – STAN THE MAN – A LIFE IN PICTURES
Hey hey space cowboys, we’re now in pre-production on our next low budget feature – the sci-fi/horror Deal of the Dead. Deal of the Dead is effects heavy – old school FX, miniatures, green screen, matte painting and stop motion.… Read More »It’s life Jim – BUT NOT AS WE KNOW IT
Here at Warehouse Transmedia we’re beavering away on some practical effects work this week – as we ramp up pre-production on our second low budget feature film. We love old school SFX, stop motion and camera trickery like matte painting… Read More »Kick out the jams – old school SFX rulz
So, this is the first blogpost on our new Warehouse Transmedia website, crack open the champagne, lots more will follow. Let’s starts with explaining who we are… Warehouse Transmedia is a fresh punk start up production company that’s actually been… Read More »Please allow me to introduce myself – Long live the new media