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janemerrow.com  Just Talking!  Saw one good film this week and two pretty bad ones: Saw RUSH and really loved it, of course Formula One racing is thrilling to say the least and a sexy sport.  The acting was excellent...didn't know Chris Hemsworth is so good  and the direction, Ron Howard of course, terrific, plus the photography.knew bit of the story, as James Hunt and Niki Lauda were so famous, but I loved having an inside look at their rivalry.  I ...
Posted on November 23, 2013 and filed under Recent Projects
 I am now juggling between three websites, all becoming one in due course and the technical aspect is quite a challenge on the new one: janemerrow.com an update of janemerrow.net.   In the meantime life goes on and we are preparing a clip from THE DAMNED THING to put up on to  some crowd funding sites, to raise money for the post production.  I dont like making movies this way, in more than one phase, but needs must, so on we go! Night ...
Posted on October 16, 2013 and filed under Recent Projects
A spine-chilling tale of magic and retribution. Based on the short story “The Monkeys Paw” by W.W. Jacobs, the film won the Jury Prize for Best Art Direction at the Barcelona Film Festival. This is the first of a projected series of films under the generic heading of “New Chilling Tales. This film is proposed as a pilot film for a series of short period films based on classic short horror stories by famous writers. Learn ...
Posted on September 15, 2013 and filed under Recent Projects
A heart beating, a man obsessed with an old man’s eye, these are at the core of the magnificent story by Edgar Allan Poe and here is a brand new film to give you that story. Learn ...
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The Woman, who is driven mad by her obsession with the wallpaper in the bedroom, while is trying to recover from a near nervous breakdown. Confined to the room, the Woman is finally driven over the brink into madness, by seeing herself trapped in the wallpaper. This film is from the 19th century story THE YELLOW WALLPAPER, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Learn ...
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