Gnarlynow Entertainment – the production company headed by Producer-Director Bryan H. Carroll – has announced that his next feature film, Disrepair will begin production in October. A chilling tale of a serial killer on the loose, Disrepair was inspired by the infamous BTK Killer case, a decades-long murder spree in the Midwest that kept police and residents on the edge for over 30 years.
Carroll has brought on Emmy-nominated commercial and music video director Chris Folkens to take the helm on Disrepair, whose work includes the Emmy-nominated PSA Team World Vision, Microsoft’s Tag Reader, Facebook’s Mob Wars game, and Basic Needs for the American Red Cross. Folkens’ music videos include The Lifeline: TRILOGY, a trilogy of music videos for which he won a Silver Telly Award (http://bit.ly/IDun5w).
Bryan H. Carroll, who will produce the film, states, “When I read the script, I immediately picked up the phone and called Chris. I had been looking for a script that would fit into Chris’s style and this was it. It’s like Silence of the Lambs meets Seven. I was familiar with Chris’ unique talent and vision and saw that this has all the makings of a classic, terrifying serial killer story.”
Gnarlynow Entertainment has a number of other projects in its queue, including a feature film and feature documentary based on the life of Ed “Iron Man” Kretz, the motorcycle racer who became a legend for his heroic and often death-defying races.
About Gnarlynow Entertainment
Gnarlynow Entertainment was launched in 2010 by Producer-Director Bryan H. Carroll, succeeding his earlier company BC Entertainment. The production company is based Southern California.
Gnarlynow was created to gather emerging and established talent to produce positive, quality entertainment that motivates and informs. Producer – Director Carroll has a career that encompasses a wide array of credits in film, television and commercials, from Editor, to Producer to Director. He has spent his entire career in close collaboration with Hollywood’s leading filmmakers in a spectrum of producing, creative, and technical roles. Among a long list of top talents, Bryan has worked with James Cameron, Joel Silver and Michael Mann, with whom he has shared key producing roles on such movies as “Collateral,” “Miami Vice,” and “Public Enemies” and the television series “RHD Robbery Homicide Division.” His career is also marked with a deep expertise in emerging technology, making him an in-demand expert on the application of digital technologies on the storytelling process. Some of the movies on which he has led technology include “Titanic,” “Collateral,” “Ali,” “Public Enemies”, and have had profound impact on the methodology of filmmaking.