Thursday, January 16, 2014

Quoth The Raven

Ratchet Raven Productions was founded by husband and wife team;
SFX Makeup Artist Randi Raven and Indie Director Jason Ghoulscout.
Their roster consists of a webseries called "The Velvet Coffin"
(which is currently in production),
artwork by Alan John Bennett, and home to the SFX creations by Randi Raven.
Helping with the behind the scenes work of the company are
Producer Alan John Bennett, Production Manager Susan Williams,
and Publicist Holly B. Strange.

Along with the current projects,
RRP's Facebook page will promote other Independent artists and filmmakers. 
If you're interested in having us feature your work on our page
and wish to do some cross promotions,
please contact Holly and we will be more than happy to work out the details.

That Holly is me! I'm proud to be a part of this company.
I'm also very excited for you all to see The Velvet Coffin.
Which is like if the Addams Family invited Elvira over to watch 
Mystery Science Theater 3000 during the zombie apocalypse.
So basically awesome!

Speaking of awesome,
The Raven illustrated ebook is available FREE here!

I plan to re-read it in honor of Poe's birthday,
which is Sunday!

This portrait by Rouble Rust hangs above my bed


  1. Congratulations! It looks like you've found a good outfit to be a part of!

    1. Thank you! They're a great group of guys and ghouls.

  2. First off, that's awesome that you've found such an awesome company to work with!

    Secondly: "The Addams Family invited Elvira over to watch
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 during the zombie apocalypse." It's like you tailor made the show for me! Have no doubts I will be eagerly watching!

    1. Thank you! After reading the show's premise, I was hooked too!
      We just started a TVC fan group on Facebook if you're interested.
      We're also looking for content creators for the TVC Facebook page, so let me know if you're interested in joining our creepy crew!

  3. Hi there!
    Congrats to you for working with this company, 'The Velvet Coffin' looks really interesting. Can't wait for see more.
    I also want to send a massive hug to you, you framed the Poe's print perfectly and it looks absolutely amazing >.< So thank you so much, you made my day.

    1. Thank you so much for the congrats and creating the portrait!
      When I saw the print, I knew it was the perfect picture for that frame, which had been waiting in my closet for years!