6/26/16, New Jersey – Having seen its world premiere as part of the Diamond in the Rough Cut – Potent Media event at La Regina Films in Bristol, Pennsylvania, the exciting short film Jest is making one last stop on the promotional trail before heading to the film festival circuit. While cast and crew members Christian Jude Grillo, Carmela Hayslett, David Warren and Suzanne Warren were on hand for the official theatrical premiere of Jest, HorrorSociety.com senior editor Michael DeFellipo is ushering you into Bodlum Castle for the online premiere of his debut short film. Having been an integral part of HorrorSociety for over five years, there is no better place for DeFellipo to showcase his first attempt at assistant directing and producing.
On Tuesday, June 28th, you can watch all eight minutes of Jest in the comforts of your own home as it will be made available for viewing on the official Potent Media YouTube page for 24 hours. This is an exclusive opportunity for HorrorSociety’s readers to get a first look at the prequel to David Warren’s best-selling novel before it heads to film festivals nationwide. Make sure to bookmark this article, follow Potent Media on YouTube and “like” HorrorSociety’s Facebook page to ensure you catch the online premiere of Jest on June 28th! This is the start of a refined and horrific journey you don’t want to miss!
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Jest stars Carmela Hayslett (Deer Crossing, “Roxsy Tyler’s Carnival of Horrors”), Adam King, Brooke Guido, Randy Memoli and David Warren. It also features Sharon Smyth (“Dark Shadows,” “Search for Tomorrow”), Thomas Kershner, Sherri Kershner and Rick Basmajian. Crew members John Martineau and David Gechman were pivotal to this production as were Suzanne Warren and costume designer GEEKpaw Productions.
Shot on location at Kip’s Castle in Montclair, New Jersey, Jest follows a small tour group visiting a majestic castle and witnessing its classic elegance, charming glamour… and unspeakable horror first hand.