Thursday, September 14, 2023

GALE premieres on Chilling Sept 18th #Review

The unique new platform Chilling, which offers independent creators a chance to share content and compete against studio releases, premieres new horror short GALE this September. 

Long gone are the days of emerald cities and yellow brick roads, the enchanting tale of the Wizard of Oz takes a haunting turn. Dorothy Gale (Karen Swan), now in her twilight years, bears the scars of a lifetime entangled with the paranormal forces of a mystical realm. These otherworldly encounters have left her shattered, and the echoes of her experiences now reverberate through her sole living relative, Emily (Chloƫ Culligan Crump). As Emily is beckoned to confront the unresolved matters of this bone-chilling Oz, a terrifying journey awaits her.

Directed by Daniel Alexander, GALE premieres on Chilling Sept 18th.

The 411: 

Woah! Dorothy is old and wheelchair bound. She spends her days clicking her heels together until they are bloody or so Emily her only living relative is told by a nurse. Emily is in therapy and has many nightmares. She has so many she nor I can figure out what is real is what is not but I am in it for the long haul because I like many others grew up watching Dorothy Gale and “her little dog too” every Easter, get swept up in a cyclone that took her on some hell of a journey. 

There are a few jump scares and I cannot wait to find out more but the first episode was very interesting and creepy! Why do wheel chairs creep me out?!

Is she in OZ? Is she dreaming? I need to know!

About Chilling  

Chilling gives independent creators a platform to share content and compete against studios that create generic material just to hit metrics and sell tickets.

Our agile production process puts control back in the hands of the diverse and loyal horror community by allowing them to give and receive feedback. Content is then co-created based on shared ideas and the wants of diehard horror fans. 

 As this content gains engagement, Chilling will professionally produce it. With audience previews and feedback mechanisms looped into every step, we have the potential to make wasteful entertainment industry practices virtually obsolete.

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