Thursday, July 24, 2014

Pretty Fine Things


My friend Ryan Scott Weber is doing a kickstarter for a new picture called Pretty Fine Things. One of the stars is a good friend of mine, Joe Parascand and he shared a synopsis with me on what the movie would be about. Check it out and then check out the information for the Kickstarter. Tell Ryan that Steampunk Granny sent you.

Synopsis: When the search for a missing girl turns up empty, her friends encounter 3 serial killers that may be involved in her disappearance. Joe Parascand, Edward X Young, and Patrick Devaney will play the 3 serial killers who are brothers in this film. It will be the first time that all 3 of them will be together in the same scenes in any given project. Joe has been most known for the Mary Horror/Sheriff Tom trilogy as well as another trilogy of films called THE SOULLESS. Edward has been known for over 60 films, including Mr. Hush and the Green Monster.
He has also had great roles in Sheriff Tom vs the Zombies, Witches Blood, and Zombies Incorporated - all Ryan Scott Weber projects. Patrick has been most known for his web series, Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead (filming of episode 11 for this series should be this fall and Joe will have a role in it), his short film, Aemorraghe, and he, too, has had great roles in Sheriff Tom vs Zombies, Witches' Blood, and Zombies Incorporated. Add to the above the facts that you'll see some creepy twists and turns and wind up with a dark film that will be as fun to watch as Ryan, his cast, and crew will have had making it.                                                                         

Contact: Ryan Scott Weber

Phone: (908) 644-8712



Anticipated NEW FILM from




Weber Pictures Company has announced a fundraising Campaign on for its


Planned to all be filmed in New Jersey in October of 2014.

From Ryan Scott Weber, the writer and director of the 'Mary Horror Trilogy’ comes the

horror/suspense thriller 'Pretty Fine Things'!  When the search for a missing girl turns up

empty, her friends decide to take matters into their own hands, but what they encounter is

much more than they bargained for.

Owner Ryan Scott Weber (Born February 24, 1980) is an American film director, screenwriter,

producer, cinematographer, actor, editor and musician.  Ryan Scott Weber has had his films

spotlighted at the biggest Horror convention on the east coast: CHILLER THEATRE!  All three of

Weber's films have screened to SOLD OUT crowds at CHILLER THEATRE and Weber has also been

one of their featured guests.  The extent of what Weber has done in the last three years is

extravagant.  He has completed three feature films each for under 5,000 dollars, a TV series, and a

short film.  It’s amazing what can be done with a budget this small.  Weber Pictures Company and Atomic

Kid Productions is located in Bernardsville, New Jersey.  Weber also plays the drums and

previously released two albums with the Trustkill Records Band Crash Romeo with the first being in 2006 and the other in 2008.


Weber has a distinctive directorial style.  He manages to make what appear to be big budget movies for little money.  Weber’s first feature film, Mary Horror, was released in 2012 with the sequel, Sheriff

Tom Vs. the Zombies, released in 2013.  The final installment, Witches Blood, and the short film, The Legend of Zeke, were released in early 2014.


“We are ready to take Weber Pictures Company to the next level by making a film with a proper

budget, which will allow it to become the best one possible.” 


Other conventions that Weber has attended are Monster Mania, Philly Comic Con, BizarreAC, and Parafest, to name a few. Weber's second film, Sheriff Tom Vs.The Zombies, was also a selection of The NJHORRORFEST in New Jersey and MACABRE FAIRE FILM FESTIVAL in Long Island. "We are at a point now where we are ready to make something really great" said Weber about his newest film, Pretty Fine Things.


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