Exclusive Sneak Preview! Black Goat: ep 1, The 6000 Steps
This is a super sneak peek at the upcoming television series coming from Destroy All Media! Inspired by Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep,” Black Goat is an 8 episode series that spans over 400 years. This pilot episode, set in 2019, introduces us to Elita Waite and her boyfriend as they travel to a mysterious Bed & Breakfast deep in the untamed Chesuncook region of Maine.
We're honored to be joined by creator and executive producer Davey Robertson and executive producer and music supervisor Mike Dalager!
Black Goat episode 1 - the 6000 Steps
This is a super sneak peek at the upcoming television series! Inspired by Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep,” Black Goat is an 8 episode series that spans over 400 years. The pilot episode, set in 2019, introduces us to Elita Waite and her boyfriend as they travel to a mysterious Bed & Breakfast deep in the untamed Chesuncook region of Maine.
Mike Dalager is a hybrid mish-mash of talents and nationalities, born and raised at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A childhood spent half on land and half at sea in the Pacific Ocean raises questions of possible cohabitation with Deep Ones. This link to the sea continues today, as he serves the Nation as a member of the Coast Guard Reserve. For the past ten years, Mike has collaborated and contributed to the HP Lovecraft Historical Society's mission of creating solid Lovecraftian content, appearing in The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer in Darkness, and producing conceptual Mythos music as Ogham Waite in "Live at the Gilman House Lounge", and most recently as Executive Producer of "Dreams in the Witch House: A Lovecraftian Rock Opera."
Originally from Toronto, Canada, and Buffalo, NY, Davey Robertson caught the filmmaking bug in high school, strongly influenced by the works of David Lynch, The Coen Brothers, and Lasse Halstrom. His passion for the poetic has led him throughout his career to seek out the strange, artistic and unconventional. So, it’s no surprise he was seduced by the weird world of H.P. Lovecraft while shooting and editing “The Call of Cthulhu” and “The Whisperer in Darkness” with The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.
Professionally he is an award winning writer/director and a prolific cinematographer who has tallied dozens of international awards, including the Golden Eagle from Cannes in 2012. He has over 150 hours of episodic television, multiple feature films, and dozens of national commercials to his credit.
As for his personal life, who cares, there’s no time for a personal life. Only time to make more Lovecraft projects!