Below is a catalog of our films and other projects that we have worked on.
Above: "Stepping into tomorrow" is a dark psychological film created in the fall of 2011. It focuses on indirect affects of the human mind bent on infatuation, addiction, contradiction and greed.
Above is the first official horror film released by Enter Viral. It was produced in the summer of 2011 by KMC Productions due to popular demand from the fans of the Chonecom alien series before it was removed from Youtube. It took three days to shoot, and took four hours to edit. The story was made only from a rough sketch and all of the acting was pure improvisational. The film was originally set to be released on August 20th 2011 but was delayed because of problems within KMC. It was finally released in November 2011 by Enter Viral, the new company. It slowly gained views and then took off. It has positive reviews and has 325 Likes and only 20 dislikes. Here are a few comments from fans. The film is based upon three highschool graduates who venture off into the woods, but one of them has a dark secret. It is filmed in the style of The Blair Witch Project and Quarantine.
"by the end I was absolutely riveted and terrified. Fantastic acting, and the sounds for the Rake were first-rate!" "Oh, this was just fantastic. Favorited, Facebooked, and subscribed." "That was amazing! I would literally pay to see a film like this. Keep at it guys!"
"Things I don't like about this: It doesn't have near as many views as it should. Things I like: The acting was as if it was a real situation for the most part. The design of The Rake, and the location of filming. Can't wait for your next movie and I am looking forward to one day seeing your work on the big screen."
Above is one of our many "alien" videos that went viral on Youtube in the summer of 11'.
Above is our second official horror film, Covet. Created in December 2011 and January 2012. It has Ken Collins, Eric Goessens, Andrew Brion, Thomas Collins and a cameo by Logan Podpora. It was originally created because of the warm perception of The Rake. It had a $0 budget and was based on a loose script. It took three days of filming and one day of editing. Overall it gained positive reviews, but compared to The Rake by fans, this was not the favorite. It is based on a man who has recently had an intruder in his home, when he goes to investigate he finds more than he expects. It also also filmed in the style of The Blair Witch Project and Quarantine.