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Jessica McDuffie’s world is upended when she learns she’s adopted and that her real father was just seventeen years old when he died. He was murdered by a dark arts practitioner named Tarantula, the leader of a notorious hot rod car club. With only a tattered album of photos, she follows leads to an abandoned corn maze but accidentally awakens a deadly paranormal energy in the doing. This haunted corn maze is where her newly-acquired grandfather, as payback, mysteriously drove Tarantula and her entire possie to their graves so many years ago on Halloween night! A perilous clearing ritual will have to be executed or this high-octane horror will continue to penetrate her and her friends’ lives, offing them one by one.

  • Michael L Bayouth
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Writer Biography - Michael L Bayouth

Michael Bayouth is an artist, writer, and director. And, you can visualize what he writes because he’s also a Union Storyboard Artist. He’s known for his storyboarding of tricky sequences for movies and series TV, such as HULU’s Books of Blood, The Orville, Salem, and Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty on HBO.

Directors such as Nick Copus, Joe Dante, and Brannon Braga, have all trusted him with their most crucial sequences - and in some cases even had him conceptualize and re-invent broken or unscripted scenes.

Doing Doc Ock’s tentacle test shots on Spider-Man 2 with Sam Remi and John Dykstra helped hone his knowledge of physical effects while his experience as a movie poster art director, working for the majors, such as Disney and Universal, add a unique marketing ability to his quill.

His latest endeavor is a horror film entitled, CornStalkers, that he wrote and plans to direct himself. It has exciting franchise/series potential - CornStalkers is high-octane horror that will scare you doing ninety miles an hour.

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My Dad, Ted White, played Jason Voorhees in "Friday The 13th The Final Chapter." I loved growing up in a movie home in the San Fernando Valley with a fashion illustrator for a mother and a stuntman for a father. He was John Wayne's double for years in westerns like The Alamo and Hollywood's #1 bad guy. It kind of gets in your blood. It's no wonder the corpse didn’t fall too far from the coffin. The night I was on the set with my Dad shooting "Friday The 13th The Final Chapter", is a treasured memory and also (shameless plug here) a chapter in my book on Amazon. "In The Shadows of Giants - True stories from the son of a Hollywood stuntman". You may have seen his cameos in Starman, Against All Odds, Romancing The Stone, & The Andy Griffith Show.