20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (pre-production)

Sci-Fi -- Action / Adventure -- TV Safe / Family Friendly

The follow up to the K7 action / adventure hit, Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island, K7 raises the bar taking an audience on a journey that is 20,000 Leagues in the making. Sent to investigate mysterious encounters that are disrupting international shipping, Professor Aronnax and disgruntled harpooner Ned Land are captured when their frigate is sunk during an encounter with a “sea monster”. The beast is revealed to be the Nautilus submarine, at the helm, the eccentric Captain Nemo, and it is a modern marvel filled with mysterious technology and mechanical gadgets never seen before. Aboard the sub, The Professor, Ned and the crew are afforded endless fascination and danger as they are swept along on an undersea voyage to foreign lands and exotic locales spanning the globe… and even crossing through time.  Captain Nemo’s world of wonder and risk leaves our characters unsure if they will ever return to their home and to the Victorian Age from which they came, or will they be lost in time and space with the madman Nemo forever…?  The wondrous delights of this classic tale, is retold with twists and turns will capture the minds and hearts of all ages.

 
 
 
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Tobe Hooper's Eaten Alive (prep)

Remake -- Grindhouse / Horror -- Unrated and TV Safe versions

A remake of Tobe Hooper’s classic grindhouse film, Eaten Alive is a terrifyingly bloody trip into the mind of a mad innkeeper. Haunted by unresolved questions of his childhood, Judd Ball now runs a quaint bed and breakfast on the outskirts of town, where weary travelers and by-the-hour johns come to stay, and some never leave.  Hooper's original version has the dubious honor of being banned as one of the United Kingdom's infamous "video nasties", -- the original producers were not prosecuted.

 
 

Gein (based on the true story of Edward Gein) - Development)

Biopic / Horror Restricted Audiences only

The frightening stories of Psycho, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Silence of the Lambs take their inspiration from the real life events of 1950's America, in the life of Edward Gein. Through the film Gein, we go inside his dark mind and experience the birth of the most influential serial killer in American history. Gein was written by Eric Manes and Martin Kunert the, filmmakers of the critically acclaimed documentary, Voices of Iraq.  Kunert will direct, Manes will produce along with K7PICTURES.