SPF x Kings of Horror

Our latest content endeavor has brought us to the largest independent horror film channel on youtube: Kings of Horror. Boasting over 1.4 million subscribers across the world, KOH has become famous for showing free, full length horror movies on youtube.

SPF Entertainment is now working as content curators and programming directors for the channel, developing new original content and interacting with the horror community.

This is a massive project, and will likely take most of the energy of our creative team – but the rewards could be massive. We are honored to take the reins and hope that you will join us!

We are seeking horror content to add to the KOH library and can offer revenue share opportunities – please reach out to us through the SPF contact form or at KOH.


Casting Call: Scream Stream

SPF is looking for two actors to star as the co-hosts for a flagship horror variety show that will serve an an anchor in programming for a soon-to-be-launched horror streaming platform with over 1 million subscribers.

Please review the sample script and descriptions of the roles below. Submit audition materials to or


Huge Turnout Sinks SPF Presents Live Stream of Kong Double Feature

On July 10th, SPF launched a premiere of a series, “SPF Entertainment Presents”, that highlights licensed films presented by hosts in a scripted format, complete with interstitials like interviews, trivia, and more during planned breaks. The first event was a double feature of The Being (1983) and Blood Diner (1987) by cult horror director Jackie Kong.

Because the stream included the entire films, SPF was contractually obligated to host this on a private server vs broadcasting on public channels where copyright algorithms could have shut the stream down at any moment. Unfortunately, the stream proved to be more popular than we had predicted, and many suffered an inability to watch the live stream in its entirety. Although most did not get to see the entire broadcast live, some were able to, and we offered a ‘replay’ on the next morning for a limited window of time before we had to remove it.

We were so excited to share this event with everyone and were very disappointed that even after hours of tech and stress checks prior to launch that things did not go smoother. We know that you the viewer got let down, and that crushes us. We are going to work with Jackie to see what we can do to maybe offer a ‘make-up’ showing or allow a VOD version to exist so that those who missed out can partake in the fun.

Regardless, the entire project was the first of this scale for our small entertainment company, and we learned a lot of important lessons. Needless to say, the next edition of “SPF Entertainment Presents” will be better and more resilient. The Show must go on!