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SpectreVision
TypePrivate
IndustryMotion picture
Founded2010
Founders
Headquarters
Key people
  • Lisa Whalen
    (CEO)
  • Elijah Wood
    (Creative Director)
  • Daniel Noah
    (Head of Development)
  • Josh C. Waller
    (Head of Production)
ProductsFilm production
Websitehttp://spectrevision.com/

SpectreVision (formerly The Woodshed) is an American film production company founded in 2010 by actor Elijah Wood and directors Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller. SpectreVision is a genre driven company and mostly focuses on horror films.[1]

At E3 2017, SpectreVision announced a collaboration with video game developer Ubisoft on their first video game project, a virtual reality project called Transference.[2]

Filmography

Year Film Director
2012 Toad Road Jason Banker
2013 LFO Antonio Tublén
2014 Cooties Cary Murnion
Jonathan Milott
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night Ana Lily Amirpour
Open Windows Nacho Vigalondo
2015 The Boy Craig Macneill
2016 The Greasy Strangler Jim Hosking
2018 Mandy Panos Cosmatos
2019 Daniel Isn't Real Adam Egypt Mortimer
Color Out of Space Richard Stanley
2020 Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss Vivieno Caldinelli
2020 Archenemy Adam Egypt Mortimer

Video games

Year Video game Publisher Notes
2018 Transference Ubisoft Co-developed with Ubisoft Montreal

References

  1. ^ Siegel, Emily (2016-02-08). "SpectreVision: Elijah Wood's Plan to Get a Horror Film to the Oscars". Forbes. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
  2. ^ Robertson, Adi (2017-07-12). "Elijah Wood is making a creepy-looking VR game about brain uploads". The Verge. The Verge. Retrieved 2018-10-03.

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