Deep Clean is a 15min comedy horror short starring Paul Kaye.
from creators director Matt Harlock and comic artist Krent Able.
Feature/tv series in development.
A troubled kid forced into boring work experience on his Uncle's road crew
discovers it is hiding an amazing secret...
VFX by Territory Studio (Ghost in the Shell, Guardians of the Galaxy, Prometheus, Bladerunner 2049)
SFX by Dan Martin (High Rise, Free Fire, Sightseers, Field in England)
DOP Greg Duffield (Raised by Wolves, Man Down, The Windsors)
Music by Melkeveien, Kitebase & I Speak Machine
"Sounds like a fantastic UK horror short"
Screen Anarchy - 'London needs a Deep Clean' Kickstarter campaign intro
"one of the UK's most hilarious, vicious, unsettling illustrators"
"donate to the Kickstarter - it'll be well worth it." VICE
VICE.com - awesome article by Jamie Clifton, incl. Deep Clean tee up
"Krent Able is the notorious cartoonist behind the music world's most transgressive,
funny, and downright offensive cartoons - famed for their maximalist approach to sex, violence, gore, and of course, cocks."
The Quietus - trailer launch and Ink, Cocks preview
"Really looking forward to seeing a Krent Able demon monster come to life on the big screen"
Stuart Wright, Britflicks - CLICK FOR PODCAST
"This is me unashamedly instructing you to put some money into Deep Clean.
Matt works tirelessly to support other filmmakers, not least through the increasingly essential No Direction Home.
On every level he deserves the support of his fellow filmmakers."
Ben Blaine, SHOOTING PEOPLE BLOG
"This is a great insight in how to crowd fund a project." Read the first instalment in Directors UK member Matt Harlock’s candid crowdfunding diary, as he sets up a Kickstarter campaign for his new supernatural horror short, "Deep Clean".
"Every now and again a fantastic idea comes to fruition through the magic of crowd funding.
It’s a Kickstarter staff pick and you just need to watch their video to see why. "
FRONT ROW REVIEWS
"An exciting new partnership between comic artist and filmmaker."