Killer artwork by Simon Adams
Written, Directed and Produced by Frederick Greenhalgh
What would happen if a troll still lived in the diminishing wild around us?
To explore that question comes FinalRune’s new show, The Troll of Stony Brook.
An awkward teenager, Jamie, is driving home one night from a party when he hits something – something big. His pushy co-worker, Rick, talks him into going back to the scene of the accident… and what they find will change them both forever.
Okay, I want to listen!
This show, like most things on the internet, is being released with both free and paid versions. The free version features individual scenes, 5-7 minutes long. A new one will appear each Friday in July, 2010.
The paid version allows you to skip the wait and hear the entirety of the show right now and get some free music tracks.
I want more!
The show, in its entirety, is available as a paid download for the ridiculously small sum of $2.99. For this, you get:
- The “Director’s Cut” complete production of The Troll of Stony Brook, professionally mixed and mastered
- Two bonus musical tracks – the extended “Notes of Mystery” by Barb Truex, and the CD-version of “Quantum Jesus” by Big Coffin Hunters
- The warm and fuzzy feeling that you’re supporting independent artists doing something pretty unique.
- Philip Hobby as Jamie
- Bill Dufris as the Troll
- Hannah Kramer as Margo
- Johnny Speckman as Rick
- Joe Duley as angry customer and radio DJ
- Paul Drinan as manager
- Chris Newcomb as Officer 1
- Emily Myshrall as Dispatch
- Christine Marshall as TV reporter
- Christopher Price as Sgt. Dailys
- Charly Duley as the housewife
- Ed Patterson as Officer 2
- Dave Marshall as pilot
- Janice Gardner as the trollette
Recorded on location in South Portland and Alfred, Maine the spring of 2010. Additional studio recording courtesy of Mind’s Eye Productions.
- Field recordist – Randall Farr
- Mixing engineer – Tony Marino
- Original musical score – Barb Truex
- The song “Quantum Jesus” – Big Coffin Hunters
- Additional sound effects courtesy of Mind’s Eye Productions.
Special thanks to Matt Morris, video guy extraordinaire.