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Female Filmmaking Team Head to Camera for Visceral New Feature Don’t Click, a Supernatural Thriller and Cautionary Tale.

Vortex Words + Pictures is proud to announce that principal
photography on their new production Don’t Click has commenced in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Shooting is expected to be completed in May 2019 with the film being released later this year. Don’t
Click is a supernatural thriller directed by Centennial College Film Graduate G-Hey Kim, with the
premise being adapted from Kim’s award-winning short student film of the same name. Don’t Click is
produced by Bill Marks (WolfCop, Hellmington) and executively produced by George Mihalka (Director
of My Bloody Valentine), Christopher Giroux (Bite, I’ll Take Your Dead) and Courtney McAllister. The
film stars Valter Skarsgård (Lords of Chaos, Fun House) in the lead role and Canadian rising stars
Mark Koufos and Catherine Howard. “I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be working with such an
amazing team,” says Kim.

After screening the short film, George Mihalka brought the unnerving project to Vortex and presented it
to Bill Marks. Vortex picked up the rights and attached Courtney McAllister to write her first
screenplay. “With George mentoring us, G-Hey and I developed a truly horrifying film that I think will
resonate with audiences,” states McAllister. “This story explores both the extremity of violence that’s so
easily accessible online as well as the moral grey areas we face and how we handle them,”
continues Kim.

“Adding Kim and McAllister to the long list of talented creators that have started their careers at Vortex
is a genuine pleasure,” beams Vortex President Bill Marks. “It’s an honour to support this unique and
diverse group of young filmmakers who are bringing this terrifying film to life.”

Kim’s 2017 short film, which starred and was written, directed and produced by the Korean-born
filmmaker, found great success on the festival circuit. Kim garnered a number of nominations and
awards at festivals across the world including Oregon Scream Week in Portland, the Asians on Film
Festival in Los Angeles and the Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival in Toronto. “I admire
G-Hey’s raw talent and fierce determination to tell a story her way,” states Mihalka “I have full
confidence that this team will make an outstanding contribution to the horror genre.”

Bored of the usual porn videos, a socially awkward college student comes across something different
and dangerously exciting. His new fascination with violence and sex pulls him into a surreal,
inescapable world of punishment and torture.

Written by Blacktooth

(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.