Horror Short Film on location at the B&B


July 28, 2016

Fully Funded, Local Filmmaker Sets Sight on Columbus Landmark for Haunting Film

Gahanna-Native Reaches Into Columbus’ Past, Shoots at Historic Bed and Breakfast

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Fresh off the heels of a successful crowdfunding campaign, local filmmaker Parker

Brennon begins shooting original horror short, “Haunt Me,” Monday, August 1, 2016.

The short film follows the protagonist, outsider Angie, on a quest to see a ghost as the Victorian

Harrison House bed and breakfast in Columbus, Ohio. This seemingly simple premise is not what it

seems on the surface and promises a spooky, offbeat take on the horror genre; a genre the Gahanna-
native – and the screenplay – has already made waves in.

No stranger to success, with the screenplay named a finalist in the Midwest Horror Short Film

Festival, “Haunt Me” garnered contributions from more than one hundred backers on the popular

crowdfunding site, Kickstarter. The 30-day campaign for $9,000 received more than 100 percent

funding; a true feat, given only 44 percent of all Kickstarter campaigns are fully funded by their

respective deadlines.

“I was so nervous to launch my first crowdfunding campaign, but my incredible support

network kept me going,” said Brennon. “I knew I needed to raise the money to make the film the right

way. When it finally happened it felt almost too good to be true.”

With careful thought and intense planning, “Haunt Me,” brings together a stellar team from San

Francisco, Brennon’s new stomping grounds, Central Ohio and Chicago to make his vision a

‘spooktacular’ reality.

The project begins filming August 1, 2016 in Gahanna, Ohio; with the climax being filmed at the

historic Harrison House bed and breakfast in Columbus, Ohio toward the end of the week. Those

interested in learning more about “Haunt Me,” Brennon or his other works, visit