Background: Founded in 1950, Starcross Limited was a small production house in Genovia for made-for-TV movies. For many years, its output was mainly obscure B-movies that many times never made it out of the country. The Sesame Slasher is the only Starcross movie that ever got distributed worldwide. In 1985, Starcross purchased half of the rights to GenoviaMedia and got special licenses to some of the shows it distributed. In 2002, however, Starcross went under as a production company and closed down several studios in Genovia, including its studios in Rainhouse and the 50-year old Camina studio. The company still exists, just in-name only.