Felix Gilfedder (Popcorn Horror, co-founder, Dark Lord of evil)
Popcorn Horror, is the brain child of Felix Gilfedder an independent filmmaker from Glasgow, Scotland. Making his first films after picking up his fathers Super 8mm Cassette camera at the age of 8, there was no going back. From there via a Masters in History, a stint at Sydney University doing Digital Film, traveling the world, making 10 independent short films and a few film awards he decided to try and blend his love of films, horror and technology on the mobile phone platform. Or an excuse to start each day by watching horror films.
David Paterson (co-founder)
There are no exact records for when Dave was born all that is known is that he has always been bald. Dave lives in LA, California. A film fan and fitness freak he works as a camera technician and director when he is not knee deep in all things horror.
Fave Horror films - Hellraiser series. John carpenters The Thing and WishMaster.
About Popcorn Horror
Popcorn Horror was founded in Scotland in 2011, by horror fans for horror fans. We were fed up of remakes and reboots so decided to show what the rest of us can do. We want to show the world that you dont need to be a world famous movie producer to release an amazing film and that is where you come in. We need you to send us your films.
In order to show you the best of what horror can be, we created an app that will satisfy even the bloodthirstiest gorehound at a reasonable price. In this app we offer unique, user generated, bite sized horror thrills streamed directly to your mobile phone. This includes the best short horror films from around the world.
Don't underestimate your skills as a short film maker, we accept all short horrors as long as they stick to the guidelines and each film is assessed for the possibilty of joining the ranks of the Popcorn Horror elite.
In the future we will create a community which will ultimately decide how the app evolves and investigate different ways of rewarding content providers. Our ultimate goal is to create a community funded/developed horror feature film.
So what are you waiting for? go on get your camera out, write a script and get filming!