Got a great review from the website The Horror Club Blog for my short film STALK, which I directed for Horror House.
Read it here: The Horror Club Blog
Thank you Isaac Thorne for the great review of my newest LOVE ME NOT. He gave us 5 out of 5 stars!
Check out the amazingly detailed review on The Horrorcist
‘In a dating scene where a swipe of the finger determines someone’s worthiness of love, a few hearts are bound to be broken. For Jenny, heartbreak is all to familiar. Used by countless partners for their own personal gains, her heart has been shattered one too many times…but this is Valentine’s Day, Jenny is going to teach them a lesson…because there is only so much a girl can take before she finally just snaps.’
Written by Brantley J Brown, LOVE ME NOT, is Horror House’s new film about love and heart break. Directed by Michael Coulombe and stars two amazing Latin actors Vanessa Esperanza as ‘Jenny’ and David Blanco as ‘Brad’.
‘I loved the originality and bizarre horror humor of LOVE ME NOT ’– Sally Kirkland, Oscar Nominated and Golden Globe Winning Actress.
The Latin market is the largest movie going audience yet there are very few movies made with strong Latin actors in leading roles. The team at Horror House is looking to change that by promoting diversity in film both behind and in front of the camera.
So I present to you LOVE ME NOT
And this winner is…Soundbite!… taking home not 1 but 3 awards last night at the Anti-Hero Productions Genre Film Festival!
Audience Choice award
Best Sound Design
Best Horror Short
Thank you to everyone came last night and to the cast and crew who believed in this film and believes in Horror House. This is the best film family!
The film Soundbite I directed for Horror House just won its first award: The Skulle Award from Indie Horror Online.
I want to say thank you to all of you who took the time to go online and vote! I am so humble. I cannot thank you enough!
So grateful that we are getting such great reviews in the new year for my newest film STALK, which was written by Brantley J. Brown and shot by Richard Trejo. Stars Kara Schaaf and my good friend Tyler Gallant.
I wanted to take a minute to say thank you to Reelometer for reviewing the film, and showing the heart rate of an individual who watched the film! I love these types of reviews because it helps you understand how the pacing of a film affects the viewer!
Reelometer is a side project on #physioreviews: ‘reviwing’ movies by observing one’s physiological response to them!
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#horror #physioreview feel free to skip this one if you aren’t a fan of the genre. Big thanks to @horrorhousmedia for asking us to review their short film Stalk. Overall the build up was excellent. Watch my heart rate rise with anticipation! We enjoyed the ending but felt it could have been sequenced better. Be sure to catch the ending on their YouTube channel 😊
My new horror short STALK, which I directed for Horror House premiered on December 28, 2018. If you have not a chance to check it out, you can watch it here:
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This is a fun film about a stalker played by Tyler Gallant who stalks a young lady Vanessa, played by Kara Schaaf, as she walks home alone from a party. This was such a blast to direct…and I am so grateful that my friend Richard Trejo jumped on board to be our Director of Photography. He brought on his friend Justin Chamberlain to help and the two of them were phenomenal.
Brantley designed the mask – which is creepy (can’t wait to show you all) – and did great blood effects on set. I was even grateful to my nephew Majd who came to hang out on set and help. He even did the slate for us! Thank you Majd.
I really this is a great follow up film to Soundbite, the first film I directed for Horror House and I really cannot wait to show you the final product. I am fully confidant that you will enjoy this film!
I want to thank Rachanee Lumayno and Tom Loveman for having me as a guest on their podcast ‘Writer’s Group Therapy.’
It was nice to talk about writing, how I started as a script supervisor and my new project: Horror House
I hope that by listening you are inspired – even a little – to always follow your bliss!
Thank you FearScale for the awesome review of my film Soundbite.
This is amazing, they take a subject, hook them up to a heart monitor and check their heart rate while watching a film – in this case, the film was Soundbite.