Cyberschizoid Multimedia was founded in 2014 by Richard Gladman dedicated to the creation of entertainment media with an emphasis on the science-fiction, horror and fantasy genres.
We currently publish the popular classic science-fiction movie magazine Space Monsters in both print and digital format and published the Official Caroline Munro Magazine as a tribute to the well known film star. We are also collaborating with writer Leo Dyke and artist Robert White on a brand new comic book, Titan Defender Pushka and are launching a Space Monsters Poster Magazine aimed primarily at a younger demographic.
We are filming a new horror television series called Fragments of Fear (13 x 22 minute episodes) for broadcast in 2015.
Our biggest project is the production of GirlForce, a sci-fi/superhero feature film starring Dave Prowse, Alex Reid, Francoise Pascal, Dani Thompson, Lucy Clements and Angela Holmes. GirlForce is currently in pre-production with a projected 2016 release.
ABOUT RICHARD GLADMAN
Richard Gladman is a London-born, Brighton-based entrepreneur whose passion for horror and sci-fi have led to a successful career as a writer, publisher, producer and events coordinator often under the name of his alter-ego Cyberschizoid.
Brought up on a diet of Doctor Who, The Tomorrow People, BBC2 Horror Double Bills and monster movie matinees at the local cinema, Rick worked in America, Australia and Europe before eventually settling in Brighton, a small coastal city with a strong creative vibe, perfectly suited to those slightly on the edge of mainstream culture.
His current projects include publishing Space Monsters magazine, producing the horror television series Fragments of Fear, hosting the Frighten Brighton horror film events, co-ordinating the Classic Horror & Cult Movie Zone at WynterCon and co-producing a new sci-fi/superhero movie GirlForce which stars Dani Thompson, Francoise Pascal, Alex Reid, Dave Prowse, Angela Holmes, Lucy Clements, Caroline Munro and Guy Barnes.
He is a regular guest at horror and sci-fi conventions where he often fascilitates Q & A’s, appears on judging panels and gives talks about classic horror movies. Rick has been a guest judge at Geek Central and the British Horror Film Festival and recently interviewed Caroline Munro, Martine Beswick and Dacre Stoker at HorrorCon UK.