Here is the final version of the virtual reality horror project I wrote for YouTube and BlumHouse starring the rock. This was a fun project to write and shoot. I was honored to be a part of it.
Directed by Jesse Wellens
Written by Michael Coulombe
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Stars: as the Concierge
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Here is the trailer!
Alexa Lowery, producer and writer of Pains of the Past, is hosting a screening of the short film Pains of the Past, which I had the pleasure of directing.
Friday November 18, 2016 8pm
Sycamore Tavern, 7038 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Pains of the Past:
The daunting horrors from the abusive men Scarlett has encountered in past relationships keep coming back like a reoccurring nightmare. This shocks all areas of her personal and professional life. As she later grows from her sorrow she starts to question if “unconditional love “and marriage are only a cultural illusion in America.
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A couple of weeks ago, I was asked to write a virtual reality project for YouTube and BlumHouse. It was a fun project to write and I am honored to have been asked. It is a project where 20 of their best social influencers get together and arrive at this Hotel Purgatory and must face their worst fears in Room 301. Each YouTuber will create their own Virtual Reality fear in the hotel room.
I was asked to write the mega-collab, the portion where each YouTuber shows up the Purgatory. It was directed by Jesse Wellens of PrankvsPrank.
We were just mentioned in Variety. It’s a great article, check it out here: Variety
It goes live near the end of October, close to Halloween. Check it out on YouTube
I was hired to write a project for YouTube and Blum House and mega-collab with some of YouTube top creators for a Halloween special shot in Virtual Reality (360)
Here is the trailer on YouTube: Room 301
The first press has come out on TubeFilter.com. Check it out here: TubeFilter
For more information check out our website here: Horror in 360
Excited to announce that my screenplay for The Beauty of Death has been accepted as a finalist in the Horror in the Hills Film Festival taking place in Gatlinburg, TN on Saturday, October 8th, 2016 from 10am to 10pm.
The Beauty of Death is the story of Arthur, a mortician, who teaches his son Michael the valuable lesson of why even in death the dead should remain beautiful.
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