Dead Gentlemen Productions is a film company based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest outside of Seattle. The Dead Gentlemen began as a group of lovelorn single men bemoaning the loss of traditional values of Chivalry and general Gentlemanly conduct in modern-day society. Rather than sitting around complaining, they decided to do something with their time and the feature film Demon Hunters was born. After a few thousand dollars investment and several months of hard work, the film was received with great acclaim and a sequel was born. As Demon Hunters: Dead Camper Lake neared completion, it became apparent to the group that this was more than just a hobby and that the collective creative teamwork of the Dead Gentlemen was resulting in a unique film style that far outdoes many studio-produced films, in storytelling and creativity if not technical quality. DGP decided to formalize their relationship and began the long and arduous process of putting together an official business, a process which has been interrupted slightly by the continued efforts to make more films; most notably the shorts Revamping Doyle and The Gamers.