As announced on November 13, 2011, Mount Pleasant production company Reserve Productions’ first film, “Documenting the Grey Man,” was signed to a distribution deal for North American DVD and digital distribution with Camp Motion Pictures/POP Cinema. The film was written and directed by Wayne Capps and produced by Matthew Slechter.
“Documenting the Grey Man,” a feature length docudrama horror movie, was filmed in the Lowcountry and is now slated for DVD release in Spring 2012.
The movie was filmed at Wedge Plantation in McClellanville, S.C., and locations in Mount Pleasant, using mostly local cast and crew.
“Documenting the Grey Man” was shot in true docudrama fashion as footage recovered from a ghost-hunting expedition.The movie follows a group of film enthusiasts who decide to fake a ghost-hunting documentary about the famous “Grey Man” ghost in Pawley’s Island. The Grey Man is a historical spirit rumored to haunt the island and warn people of impending hurricanes.
“We are extremely happy to partner with Camp Motions Pictures/POP Cinema to bring this DVD to the public,” said Wayne Capps. “Films like this help highlight the talent that is available in the Charleston area.”
“Documenting the Grey Man” starring Patrick Hussion, Kelly Coulter and Jillian Walzer is the first feature film released by Reserve Productions. The production company is based in Mount Pleasant, S.C. and is co-owned by Capps and Slechter. Their second feature-length film was shot in 2011. “The Ripping” features local talent and was filmed primarily in Mount Pleasant.
Camp Motion Pictures specializes in compelling independent genre films and is part of the Alternative Cinema network of independent film labels established in 1994. Camp Motion Pictures, POP Cinema and their various labels continue to distribute quality independent, cult and genre cinema to the DVD, digital and broadcast markets.
For more information, visit www.reserveproductions.com