It was a night of the living charity for Dead Prairies Productions, as they drummed up $1,400 for the Swift Current SPCA. 

This donation was built from the ticket sales of their latest viewing in Lucky Charlies Pub for their horror comedy film "Swift Nightmares Two".

Devon Oman, the creator of Dead Prairies Productions, is thrilled to have had the time to enjoy the show with the crowd during this viewing. 

"It was nice to see people's reaction to the movie with like guest scenes and comedy parts," said Oman. "I actually recorded some video of people interacting with the movie, and I got some pictures of the audience. It was nice to do that. I'm usually so focused on the events that I only get one photo and no video, or I just get nothing." 

The movie consisted of multiple storylines centred around horror with a few comedy elements. 

"It has one main story that connects everything together," said Oman. "I describe us as horror/comedy because we do have those cheesy moments." 

With this most recent donation, Oman having dropped it off himself, Dead Prairies Productions has managed to raise close to $2,000 in the last two weeks. All of that money has gone to the SPCA. 

"Animals are a big part of my life," said Oman. "And they will continue being a big part of my life. Same with home movies. 

If folks would like to donate to the Swift Current SPCA, they have a wish list of goods they are in need of on their website. If you would like to make a straight cash donation, they accept that as well.