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Devil’s Five feature film UPDATE


I wanted to update all of you following Devil’s Five  and give you the latest UPDATE on our feature film.

Our goal is to have Devil’s Five feature film completely finished by the end of May,

Terry R. Wickham Directs the wild Scene 27 @ RIverhead Town Hall Front Door area on September 26, 2015

The Devil’s Five (segment) – We are 99% done with the movie.
The Devil’s Five Trailer

On the set of Stash, Almog Pail listens to Terry R. Wickham’s direction in the woods of Califon, NJ. Steadicam Operator Devon Catucci prepares shot with DP Edwin Figueroa. 7/12/14 Photo Conner Hassler

Stash – We are 98% done with the movie. Stash Trailer 

On the set of Abandoned. 4/23/16. Photo Jason Paluck

Abandoned – It’s 80% done. Sound Design is currently being done on the film. Music Composer David Helpling recently finished his brilliant score for the movie. Trailer needs sound design and music before being posted on Youtube. Look for it in the next few weeks.

Don’t Say These Words – Writer/Director George Brianka estimated that his film is 95% complete.
Don’t Say These Words Trailer

Edwin M. Figueroa directs Megan Penn on the set of Choke.

Choke – Writer/Director Edwin Figueroa said he has a pickup shot to do next week and some ADR. Edwin will create the Trailer after he finishes the film.

Once the movie is complete there we are planning to have a Red Carpet Premiere at 400 seat theater TBD on Long Island which you can be part of. People will be able to purchase tickets to attend the Red Carpet Premiere. Look for details when it becomes available.

Thank you for being patient and your interest in Devil’s Five.

Not much more time before we can FINALLY get our film out to the world (Red Carpet Premiere, Film Festivals and World-wide Distribution).

Editing Ninja begins Editing Abandoned


Jason Paluck has begun editing Abandoned.

Writer-Producer-Director Terry R. Wickham talks about watching the first 6 minutes of footage so far on Abandoned, “Jason started putting together the movie from Scene 3 going forward 6 minutes.  What really strikes me about it is how clean, fluid and economical the film plays.


That was the approach that DP Adrian Popescu and I took.  It’s tremendously cinematic and at the same time there’s no wasted shots.

I actually can’t stand watching movies that are all covered the same way.  To me those are directors that don’t know what they want (i.e. don’t have a vision) and try to find their movies in the editing room.  I don’t believe it that clueless approach.

I also didn’t have any extra time or money to squander time shooting unnecessarily, so Abandoned is very precise.

My favorite directors John Carpenter, James Cameron and Michael Mann all bring a super strong vision for what they want and I subscribe to their tactical way of thinking. ”