Timid Monster is going post-apocalyptic.

Timid Monster is proud to announce a post apocalyptic project. After visiting John Gray’s Victorian house and Avarice’s treacherous world of fantasy, we’re ready for a little dirt and grime in a crumbling society.

It’s perfect timing to team up with best selling paranormal/fantasy author, Cameo Renae, to bring you a short film based on her most recent book, ARV-3.

What is ARV-3?

ARV-3 takes place 13 years after the world is destroyed by a nuclear fallout. Abigail Park and her family emerge from their underground bunker believing the world to be safe to inhabit again. Instead they discover that the government-issued vaccine designed to keep people safe on the surface has actually caused a mutation, changing the humans into hostile zombie-like creatures called Arvies.

Our short film takes place within the realms of this universe and explores the challenges we all face when presented with the need for change. We know that change can be terrifying in a person’s life, but the fact that we all have to face it at one time or another universally connects us.

Instead of allowing the fear of change to hold us back, we want to explore and address it in ARV-3, and we hope you’re up for the ride as well.

ARV-3 Kickstarter Campaign

To bring this story to life, our Kickstarter page will be live until April 17th. Donate if you can, but more importantly, please share the page so others who have dealt with similar struggles can participate as well.

What To Expect in the Coming Weeks

To celebrate the post apocalyptic genre, we will be doing trivia about your favorite post apocalyptic movies on our Twitter and Facebook pages. You might also see some contests and give-aways.

We will be doing some fun video updates to keep you informed about the project… So stay tuned!

It’s going to be an awesome couple of weeks, and we can’t wait!. Hope you guys enjoy!

Rachel M Taylor

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Rachel is a writer/director. She loves character driven movies and really good cheese.

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