Prey For Mason

PREY FOR MASON is a feature-length, psychological horror film that blurs the lines between fiction and reality, Five teenagers partying at a lake house are terrorized by their insensitive, jock friend who, before he can make amends for a misunderstanding, overdoses on the “zombie” drug Flakka.

We would love you to partner with us to make this amazing movie, Prey for Mason aka Flakka Z. Here’s the pitch deck:

This company is “testing the waters”, and so: 

  • No money or other consideration is being solicited, and if sent in response, will not be accepted;
  • No offer to buy the securities can be accepted and no part of the purchase price can be received until the offering statement is filed and only through an intermediary’s platform; and
  • A person’s indication of interest involves no obligation or commitment of any kind.

Director’s Note: Horror is an interesting genre because it allows a real portrayal of the evil that actually exists in our world, along with the role we all play to stand up to that evil, and it allows spiritual topics to be discussed more openly. Horror movies of any kind might not be your favorite genre, but it has its place in storytelling. The bath salt Flakka is known as a “gateway” drug and some think it opens the door to demonic possession because of the loss of control it causes. Our movie understands Flakka to simply be a mind-altering drug, but, our characters view the zombified Mason from different viewpoints, ranging from scientific observation to religious superstition to mockery. Our main character Lucas changes from a judgmental to a compassionate person who strives to love his greatest enemy, the childhood bully who now terrorizes him and his friends. Personally, I know that I am not always high in empathy for others, so I connect to Lucas who wants to give Mason a second chance — but it might be too late. I believe there are many interesting reasons to support Prey for Maso.

Director: Ian Eyre

Writer: Kate M. McMahon

Producer: Brandon RIley

Shoot Date: 2023

Newsreel on Flakka drug epidemic.

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Director Ian Eyre’s career in entertainment spans over two decades of camera, special effects, stunts, screenwriting, producing and directing. Ian is the perfect candidate for an action-based horror film having an extensive stunt background in both film and TV with credits including “The Walking Dead” and having two SAG Awards nominations: “Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble for The Walking Dead in 2016” and “Best Stunt Ensemble for Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in 2008.” Additionally, Ian won several awards for his short-action-thriller “Run Cholo Run” and was a Fellow of the 2015 PGA Diversity Workshop.

Producer Brandon Riley most recently produced a series for the CW “I Ship It” and several indie features.  Brandon is a seasoned film professional having worked with legends such as Dean Cundey (DOP for Jurassic Park & Back to the Future) and many talented actors including Andrew Lincoln, Tom Felton, Dean Cain, Stephen Baldwin, Donald Faison and Kevin Sorbo. He is also a member of the DGA and PGA and has written several screenplays and TV pilots.

2 thoughts on “Prey For Mason

  1. As a short story writer, reading the pitch deck for Prey for Mason, also known as Flakka Z, has left me feeling excited and intrigued. The concept of blurring the lines between fiction and reality, and exploring the themes of evil and spiritual possession through the lens of a horror film, is both thought-provoking and compelling. The idea of the main character, Lucas, transforming from a judgmental person to one who strives to love his greatest enemy, is especially intriguing. I am also impressed by the accomplished backgrounds of the director, Ian Eyre, and the producer, Brandon Riley, and I am excited to see how they will bring this story to life on the big screen.

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