Private Project

Or So the Story Goes (Golden Rule, Ep 1 & 2)

This season spins a new tale on the classic, "Rumplestiltskin" in the form of a teen slasher.

The residents of quaint and quiet Kingstown suddenly find themselves the targets of a masked serial killer on the same night the man responsible for the kidnapping of multiple young girls, 25 years prior is released from prison.

  • Theresa Labreglio
  • Theresa Labreglio
  • Melissa Malone
  • Bryan Civitarese
  • Outtake Productions
  • Rainni Moran
    Key Cast
    Fallen Forest, Son of 100 Maniacs
  • Melissa Malone
    Key Cast
    At the End of the Day, The Yearly Harvest
  • Hank Morris
    Key Cast
  • Bryan Civitarese
    Key Cast
  • Trevor Peckham
    Director of Photography
  • Judith Avers
    Music Supervisor/Composer
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Horror, Thriller, Young Adult
  • Runtime:
    23 minutes 56 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 1, 2017
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Theresa Labreglio

Theresa Labreglio, co-owner of Outtake Productions LLC, studied Theater & Media at Fordham University and is a proud member of AEA. She works as a Production Stage Manager for regional and Off-Broadway theater. Theresa also currently works in publishing as an editorial assistant.

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Director Statement

Our generation just can’t let things go. Naturally this is true for all generations, but I never seen it as dominant in others as it is in ours. I was born in the 80s, grew up in the 90s and long for those days again. I long for a Saturday night watching 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' on SNICK. I know I’m not alone. The concept of OSTSG speaks loud and clear to me. Take something already great, something you know, something you reminisce about and something you’ve always loved, and re-image it. Tell it the way you want to tell it. Tell the untold story of “what could have been” or “what can be”.

I’ve always dissected films, television shows and books that I love. I struggle with the devastation of finishing an amazing book or hearing my favorite show hasn’t been renewed for another season. I write stories and daydream about the characters I loved so much in different situations to keep them alive. OSTSG gives me the ability to take those characters and stories and put them in a new world—my world. And being the horror freak I am, the big picture comes together quite easily.

Horror is simple. Horror needs to grab a hold of you, it needs to make you think twice about turning off the light before bed ... and it always needs to be one step ahead of you.