Friday, December 6, 2013

Dimension teams with O'Mahony to shoot "Rabbit Hole"

Dimension teams with O'Mahony to shoot "Rabbit Hole"

In January of 2013, Rob Dimension who wrote and starred in the award winning short NO CLOWNING AROUND and most recently, BAGGAGE wrote a holiday themed short screenplay for a movie titled "Happy Easter". After being told "It's too much!" by several possible collaborating filmmakers, Dimension pressed forward with other projects. The idea grew over the last year and transformed from a holiday themed short into a film that pushed boundaries even more and brought out the vile and disgust of inner demons. The story sat, unloved…….until now.

Fast forward to this past summer when Rob was asked by fellow local filmmaker Mike O'Mahony to be a part of his newest film, A Dark Place Inside. Mike has made plenty of waves from his films SLOPPY THE PSYCHOTIC, IBS and most recently, the yet released, A DARK PLACE INSIDE creating more and more fans of his dark visions. O'Mahony has grown as a filmmaker and put forth some tremendous work and his latest is sure to make people stand up and take notice. 

Dimension recalls being on set with O'Mahony, "I was asked to play a character that was just a horrible human being. Mike sent me the script and even said he wouldn't blame me if I turned it down. When we were filming some scenes, I looked around as people had the look of disgust while Mike was smiling…that's when I realized we needed to work together."

O'Mahony added "Dimension and I have similar work ethics. We both have these dark thoughts and don't mind putting them on film. He sent me some notes for this new film and I was instantly aboard. It's very different."

Dimension had announced "QUACKERS" as his next film but simply stated "Rabbit Hole is keeping me awake at night. I need to get this out of my head." Quackers will be on hold until late 2014.

RABBIT HOLE will begin crowd funding in February of 2014. When asked for as plot synopsis, we were told "Just wait."

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