Headed by Benjamin Louis, Kiskeya Pictures is a Los Angeles based production company that develops and produces original feature films with worldwide box office appeal. The company’s most recent production, Stoker Hills, was released theatrically in the US by Screen Media. The film is now streaming on all major platforms.
Kiskeya is in development on an original Sci-Fi Horror feature series titled Silk Theory, with the first movie installment set to go in production in early 2023.
Recent studies report that audiences crave more authentic depictions of culture and diversity on screen. Kiskeya Pictures is working to help meet the demand with its upcoming projects, featuring BIPOC communities in mainstream commercial stories.
Stoker Hills (2022)
Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Three students filming a horror movie stumble upon something much worse, and their only hope for survival is two detectives who find the camera that was left behind.
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Six high school teenagers decide to commit suicide together, but their plans soon go awry when one of them has something darker in mind.
"The camera captures comrade’s captur caper chaos causing committed caring cops to clarify clues and close the case of a calculated cloaked killer. Stoker Hills starts off how all found footage films end. Two detectives find a camera at a crime scene..."
"Bloody Disgusting learned today that the found-footage horror Stoker Hills will be making its way to limited theaters and VOD platforms on January 14, 2022, via Screen Media. The film takes place in the secluded town of Stoker Hills where three college students filming a horror movie find themselves trapped in their own worst nightmare..."
"Screen Media has acquired U.S. rights to Benjamin Louis’ found footage horror film Stoker Hills, starring William Lee Scott (The Butterfly Effect), Danny Nucci (Titanic), Steffani Brass (Six Feet Under) and Tony Todd (Candyman), with plans to release it in theaters and on demand in January..."
"Stoker Hills gets down to business early, while shooting their class project, a zombie hooker film entitled Streetwalkers, which was also Stoker Hills’ original title, a car drives by and stops just long enough to drag Erica in before racing off with Ryan and Jake in pursuit with their camera still running..."