A festive Christmas horror created with the look of an anthology in the style of Hammer's legendary Tales Of The Crypt.
Jeff stars in two short James Crow (House Of Salem) films as The Snowman in Toby & Chloe's Christmas Nightmare and Father McShane in Twelve Kills Of Christmas. Also starring Lee Craven (New Tricks), Tony Fadil (Dead Ringer), Lucy Pinder (The Royals), Leslie Mills (The Bill), Dani Thompson (Scream Team), Karl Hughes (Hollyoaks) and Robert Lowe (Primeval).
The end titles song, Pagan Dream was written and produced by Jeff with lyrics by James Crow and vocals from Joshua Takacs. Jeff also recorded and produced the songs If Everyone Believed In Christmas, All On A Winter's Day and Life's Worth Livin' (De Do Mix).
The Official trailer for the James Crow movie NIGHTMARE ON 34TH STREET, featuring Jeff.
Horror Cult Films magazine published the first look at the new Nightmare On 34th Street movie official poster.
"James Crow of Curse of The Witching Tree and House of Salem, and most recently gangland London thriller Nemesis, is finally returning this Christmas with Nightmare on 34th Street; a dark comedy Christmas anthology of four festive dark stories, connected by a killer Santa."
Jeff was interview by Heather Markham aka Mama Creepy for her blog radio show Mama Creepy's Corner, about his career and his work on the James Crow film Nightmare On 34th Street.
"I'm particularly excited about this film. It's an anthology made up of short films that are linked together by a very sinister and nasty Santa Claus. When I read the script for the first character I did as the sinister deranged snow man I though, Oh my God! Is he really gonna film that? And it was so cold, so really really freezing cold. Then James asked if I'd play a priest with dementia in another segment. Charlie thought that was so funny, casting to age!"