Wormwood Episode 4: Inquisition

Habit Forming Films proudly presents: Wormwood: Episode Four: Inquisition!

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Episode Four: Inquisition
Written by Jeremiah Allan
Produced and Recorded by Habit Forming Films, LLC
Edited by Jeremy Rogers
Original Music Composed by Todd Hodges
Featuring the music track Disease by Under the Radar
www.listenundertheradar.com
Sound Effects Design by Chris Sahakian
Executive Producers: David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers

Starring:
Arthur Russell as Doctor Xander Crowe
Scott Olynek as Jacob Kitter
Rob Grindlinger as Sheriff Tom Bradley
Anna Maganini as Lynette Bradley
Dave Johnston as Deputy Wayne Drexal
and Sonia Perozzi as Rachel Nolen

Additional voices in this episode include:

Koralee Nickarz as Dahlia Kitter
Joe Thomas as Radio Host Cowboy Clay

Copyright 2007 Habit Forming Films, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


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13 Responses to “Wormwood Episode 4: Inquisition”

  1. Matt says:

    Cool to see the doctor start to really investigate the town. What a bastard for abandoning the kid when he realizes that they’re not talking about the same girl. I love it and I’m hooked. Great writing and bunch of actors.

  2. gothgrrl says:

    Intriguing. Wait, Jacob and James mean the same thing? Didn’t know that. Interesting revelation about Rachel. I’m not crazy about the song at the end, but I guess it makes sense for the teenagers. Where was Sparrow this time?!?

  3. DevilMayCare says:

    I dunno I kinda liked the song. Good episode, guys. I don’t get what’s up with teh doc’s hand. i hope you’re gonna explain that soon!

  4. Stanton says:

    Good writing and acting, I really dig the music, even when it goes into CW territory. Thought that was clever. You guys should post something that has an episode summary on the site so people don’t get confused following along. And yeah, where’s Sparrow? And where’s Jimmy?

  5. Darren says:

    Pump some more horror into it.

  6. Dave Accampo says:

    Darren — it’s coming. Mystery, horror, mystery, horror…we’re trying to strike a balance. But…it’s coming…stay tuned to episode 5 when the Muddy Man Strikes!

    Stanton — we do have a recap at the beginning of each episode, but we’ll consider posting it as well. It’s a tough decision; how much is too much? We figure in this Download On Demand age, most people will start from Episode One when they find it, but that doesn’t mean that folks won’t want to start tracking all the little mysteries…

    Dave

  7. Dee says:

    Great job to everyone! Crowe is definitely growing on me. The way the mystery is building is making me want to hear more…NOW!

  8. Pascal says:

    We’re in supernatural territory, I guess because of the strangeness of Crow’s hand and his vision and all. So that makes me think that the kid Jacob killed his friend. Did he? And his blacking out is all part of horror slant. Am I right? Very interesting stuff.

  9. Rick Bata says:

    Excellent questions Pascal! You just might be on the right track. I like to see the ideas being bounced around. Who else has any thoughts?

  10. Stanton says:

    Happy to see a small town sheriff played as a real person and not as some yokel or hard ass. He’s a good match with the doctor. And rock on, Doctor Crowe. Either they’ll become enemies or partners, but I like the gray area right now.

  11. Josh says:

    My favorite episode so far. Working out the kinks, you guys are.

  12. Daniel says:

    I can’t seem to find the end song anywhere. The link is broken and it’s as if the band has all but disappeared from the web. Any help would be appreciated.

  13. Wormwood says:

    Ooh, Daniel — I’m sorry. It’s been a while since we posted that one, and I feel like that band came to us from staff writer Jeremiah Allan, but I’ve got no familiarity with them beyond what we posted at the time. I’ll check and see if we can find out anymore…

    Thanks,
    Dave

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