We do three things.
We produce fitness training videos.
We create intense gameplay scenarios to show employers and employees how to manage danger in a dangerous world. A world where people are robbed, intimidated and even kidnapped and held for a ransom. These are examples based on real-life events.
We produce videos of these scenarios to illustrate to companies sending staff abroad how seriously things can go wrong if precautions are not taken.
All over the world people go missing, are kidnapped, held for a ransom, or find themselves the target of unscrupulous people.
As recently as a few years ago kidnapping was big business in Italy. More than a few families received a ransom demand accompanied by a video or a piece of an ear or a finger. The money changed hands and rarely was anything made public.
Today, the kidnap capital of the world is South Africa. But even in America, in recent years, thousands of young people have gone missing in the great wildernesses of the national parks — and quite a few in Australia. So it is not just in the more violent countries in the world where bad things happen.
Forewarned is forearmed.
We make videos — fiction but based on fact — showing scenes of intimidation, kidnap, and captivity to help people avoid such situations. The reality is not like it is portrayed in Hollywood where everything is hyped up. The truth is more basic, less exciting, and more frightening.
We show how scary it is to be surrounded by people you don't know and bundled into a car, or stripped searched because someone thinks you look like a terrorist — and how it is even more frightening when drugs are planted on the suspect and imprisonment seems the likely outcome.
Or when an innocent person is picked up off the street and accused of spying. Being falsely accused of carring drugs or being a spy are common excuses to detain someone, in return for either money or a political favour.
Extortion by a criminal gang is bad enough but what if it is government-backed cruelty?
We are looking for guys brave enough to play the part of the intended victims.
It's make-believe, of course, and you will be quite safe, and you should have fun, but it's still pretty intense when you are in the middle of it.
We pay participants £20 per hour for rehearsal time and £50 per hour for all video participation work.
So for a two hour shoot you would receive £100. Many videos take longer to shoot. On average you could earn between £100 and £250 for an afternoon or evening recording. There are also lots of opportunities for regular work and earnings. Interested in coming on board? Email for more info.
Fitness & gameplay.
You need to be aged 18 or over, physically fit, up for a challenge and want to spend some time living a life out of the ordinary?
These videos have a very restricted audience so you are not going to become a big star. However, if you like real excitement this is an exciting way to make good money.
The game-play scenarios will include: physical exertion, being shouted at, even getting tied up or handcuffed and we operate in all weathers, so make sure you are up for the challenge.
This is reality TV on acid and a sense of humour certainly helps.
Want to give 'dungeons and dragons' for real a try? Send us an email.