Popular YouTube movie critic Chris Stuckmann is on board to write and direct his very own horror movie for Paper Street Pictures.
Called Shelby Oaks, the film will reportedly “chart the story of a fictional mid-2000’s U.S. paranormal investigative team called The Paranormal Paranoids. Multiple found footage videos have surfaced online in recent months which have prompted horror and ARG (Alternate Reality Game) fans to speculate about the veracity of the case and the whereabouts of the investigators. One video uploaded last week appeared to show the abduction of one of the group, known as Riley.”
Aaron Koontz, Cameron Burns, and Ashleigh Snead will produce Shelby Oaks for Paper Street. This may be the first of many projects for Stuckmann, who has multiple horror scripts in the works.
“It’s been a lifelong dream of mine to finally get a film off the ground,” Stuckmann said in a statement, “and when Aaron and I began discussing the potential of this story we immediately jumped at it. There is a reason so many of my fellow YouTubers are talking about this. Shelby Oaks is going to be something fresh yet deeply unnerving.”
Words: Samantha McLaren (@themeatispeople)