I’m pleased to announce that I have written a poem which will appear in the soon to be released horror film “Jessica’s Doll” by Walsall film director Andy Simon.
Here’s the film’s chilling plot taken from its Facebook page.
Jessica’s Doll is about a young Girl called Jessica, an orphan and homeless girl who’s only friend is her Doll (Also named Jessica)
Lost and homeless, walking the streets, she comes across her childhood home, and takes shelter inside from a thunderstorm.
She heads to the Cellar and discovers a chest and hides inside away from the storm. The lid closes, the lock clicks, and there she is trapped.
She has one last wish before all the air is used up, before she dies. She wishes she could become a doll like her own…
Here’s the poem which I composed for the start of the movie taken from the introduction Andy had written for the film and turned by him into the excellent picture below. Click to enlarge.
In the film itself the poem is read by Andy’s talented daughter Anya, who also composed the movie’s soundtrack as well.
I’d just like to take this chance to say massive thanks to Andy for letting me work with him and I hope the film does well – I’ve seen a clip there’s no doubt in my mind that it will.