Scaremonger Films, a relatively new British company to the film industry, are located on Oil Drum Lane, Grottville, Nottingham.
Their Director V I Triolic, revealed details to our reporter Inchcock last week, of their first film to be released, later this year - A true story of horror, hatred, fear, debasement and corruption!
The title will be "Hell in our time" - and it is to be made against a backdrop of a very rich upper-class stock-broker Ian Donald, who marries Mary Fleur, a Justice of the peace, and Baronet's daughter. On the 9th October 1966, their new born baby arrives, and they name him David William Donald.
Being the supremely nepotist family they are, they plan out and supply the wherewithal for David to become richer, famous, adored, and powerful - using any means available, whatever the cost to others along the way.
He is sent off, despite his foot-stamping and bottom lip protruding, to be educated at the £800 a week 'Heatherdown Preparatory School' at Winkfield, in Berkshire, which counted Prince Andrew and Prince Edward among its alumni.
A good start for the lad, where the family superiority was firmly entrenched in him.
At the age of thirteen, after he'd learned to tie his own shoe laces, he went on to Eton College in Berkshire, following Alec Douglas-Home, Baron Home of the Hirsel, HRH Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, Jeremy Thorpe, Leader of the Liberal Party, HRH Prince Michael of Kent, his father and elder brother, and other 'spoon-in-the-mouth' hurray Henry's.
With parental assistance, underhand manoeuvring, treading on people, lying, and the manipulation, bribery, and bullying of any opposition, he becomes the leader of a once great, but now rotting Nation, with devastating results for the proletariat, unemployed, young, old, and poor of that Country.
He added: We will unfortunately have to rush the making of this film though, it is essential we get to London early for the filming, before the cost of petrol gets too much for us to afford.
Who will play the part of David Cameron we have not yet decided, we did ask David Cameron if he was interested in the role, but he declined suggesting Nick Clegg to portray the part, he assured us that Nick would be available shortly, as a possibility, pointing out Nick's fabled skill in acting the part.