Grandma O'Malley's Pantry is a 25 minute short film produced by Scotchworthy Productions and directed by Tony Wash. This was the first film shot for the upcoming horror anthology, Chop Shop.
Chop Shop is a feature film being created in a collaborative effort between four Chicago-area directors. Each director is in charge of writing, producing, and directing their own short. "With our own fanbases, we are really looking forward to creating a bigger audience for this project than any of our previous movies." - Tony Wash.
Grandma O'Malley's Pantry is about a young girl who goes to spend the weekend with her estranged grandmother. As the weekend progresses, young Kacey becomes more and more aware that her grandmother is not quite who she seems to be. Dubbed by Wash as a loose retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, this movie is considered by the director to be the closest his work has gotten to accomplishing the feel of the movie's he loved as a child. "It's got that magic in it. Told from the point of view of the girl, the movie has interesting shots in it that allow the viewer to enter her imagination, and the themes present in the movie tap into those prevelant in movies from the 70s and 80s." - Tony Wash