wraithfodder (wraithfodder) wrote,

Movie follow-up on Paul McGillion, David Nykl, Michael Shanks and Jamie Ray Newman

While making the previous post, did a little poking around to see what else was going on, and found the following on Paul McGillion, David Nykl and Michael Shanks (and oh, Jamie Ray Newman aka Cadman).





BEYOND LOCH NESS is now completed.


Check out the official site at http://www.insightfilm.com/lochness.html


A rash of suspicious and gruesome murders in a sleepy lakeside town has authorities stumped. They soon realize the culprit is not only connected to the lake, but in it!


They must figure out what it is and how to stop it before it's too late.


They’ve got up a poster with LOCH NESS TERROR and a video link, which has yet to be activated.


There’s a trailer for the movie at the link. Didn’t see Paul in it but the critters look better than the usual CGI snakes


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nETrJO6Sjq4 - you gotta watch it. The little Loch Ness monsters are so cute when they're running down their human munchies...





These folks also did MICHAEL SHANKS’s Swarmed and Under the Mistletoe (with JAMIE RAY NEWMAN from SGA) flicks as well.


Under the Mistletoe has an active video at







From David’s blog at http://lettersfrompegasus.blogspot.com/


Been a long time again, kiddies. I'm up in Kelowna filming "The Beast of Bottomless Lake" where we've been holed up for the past two weeks, making cinematic magic. I'm working with a terrific group of people - filming hijinks on Lake Okanagan.


Check out my buddy Fabrice's blog - it tells the story.



or the official production blog at



“The Office” does “Jacques Cousteau” with a wee bit of “Jaws” thrown in for good measure.


A group of academics seek to unveil the legendary lake serpent, the Ogopogo. But it is the demons of their so-called leader, PAUL MORAN and the mismatched team-members that filmmaker ERNIE focuses on with his documentary camera and, unbeknownst to the team, a spy camera to record the teams 'private' moments. After the failed promise of a stay at a luxurious resort, they find themselves billeted in Paul's loopy parents' basement. The hi-tech sled on loan from the Royal Commission on the Loch Ness is lost overboard on its maiden voyage. They have to share their research vessel with a sombre wedding party with (literally) shocking results and a day trip leaves one team member in jail on drug charges. With every turn, they get further from their goal and closer to a breakdown. The team is ripped apart.


Paul pulls everything back together with a surprise video of the creature itself. A press conference is quickly organized but little do they realize that this night holds no fame and fortune — only anger and humiliating betrayal that makes the rest of their expedition to Lake Okanagan seem like summer vacation


which now has a video snippet up at http://www.provostpictures.com/theproject.html - nothing with David but it’s, um, definitely a SciFi channel movie…



Break out the popcorn and get ready for Ogopogo, the movie. Principal photography is supposed to start this summer on a movie about the search for the mythical lake creature in B.C.'s Okanagan. Independent production company Provost Pictures is bringing a crew to Kelowna to shoot the film The Beast of Bottomless Lake. Producers call the flick a 'mockumentary,' in which everything goes wrong as they try to locate Ogopogo and claim a $2-million reward…


Both the Loch Ness and Beast of Bottomless Lake movies look like the typical SciFi Channel fare with CGI critters, bad jokes and small casts (with quick attrition as critters devour people who cost money to speak lines). But hey, I’ll watch ‘em. If I can make it through Mega Snake, I can make it through these aquatic flicks ;)

Tags: bad movies, david nykl, michael shanks, paul mcgillion
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