Emptyhouse Film began in 2001 when founders Andy Davis and Scott Morabito were trying to figure out a name for their film project company. In the wake of 9/11, the duo decided they shouldn't use their former banner ZERO DOOMSDAY PRODUCTIONS, where they made experimental short films like MECHANAZOID and TV NATION. The duo embarked on making bigger and better short films that concentrated on backwoods living and horror. Between 2001 and 2004 the Emptyhouse team made three films, THE PUMPKIN MAN, THE DARK, and BENEATH THE FROST LINE.

 In 2004 Scott Morabito went on to write and direct his own short film, BAD GRAVITY (currently in post production.) In 2005, Andy Davis teamed up with executive producer/cinematographer Olin smith to make the group's first feature film, MUD (currently in post production.)

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