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!
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:
Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to the Horror House channel and feel free to share the 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!
Writers Group Therapy – Session 65 – Interview with Michael Coulombe Writer and Script Supervisor
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.
I want to start off by saying that we have received so many amazing reviews, especially from my cousin Daryl, who is a horror vlogger – he did a fun video review of the film. You can check that out here: MrMeatHook
But yesterday – November 15, 2018 – we received an amazing review of Soundbite from the horror website Nightmarish Conjurings, hosted by Shannon McGrew. The review was written by Juliann Stipidis and it is by far one of the best reviews we have received. It was very thorough and complete and I want to thank Juliann and Shannon and Nightmarish Conjurings for taking the time to watch and review our fun 4 minute horror short!
On October 31, 2018, Horror House released the short horror film I directed called Soundbite. On November 3, 2018 (Saturday), the Pukem’Up Podcast did an amazing review of the film.rea
I am grateful when anyone takes the time to read and review any of my films.
Thank you Gruesome Hertzogg and Lil Gru for the amazing review.
You can check it out here: Pukem’Up Podcast
On September 21, 2018 I directed the promo for the feature film Soundbite. It serves as both a promo for the feature film as well as material for the new online digital short form horror platform: Horror House Media, under Supreme Minds Entertainment..
Soundbite is a story that is written by myself and my writing partner Brantley J. Brown and it was the first piece filmed for Horror House. It was an amazing experience. Ray McCann assembled a great team of filmmakers, which included our director of photography Doug Freirich, Gaffer/Grip Calisto Thompson, and BlumHouse special effects guru Zack Edwards. Together we created a fun, low-key, laid back and effective ensemble. I could not have asked for a better team of people. We were very small but we moved fast and efficiently.
I also wanted to say thank you to our actress Taylor Murphy-Sinclair, who came to play the basic white bitch in a horror film who dies! And she was phenomenal at dying as well. She came to set ready to work and delivered 150 percent!
I am beyond grateful to everyone who was with us yesterday, including Zariah Suggs who allowed us the use of her apartment for the afternoon as it was clearly the PERFECT location for our film. Everyone made my job as a director so easy and I appreciate their enthusiasm and expertise – it really made our project that much better because of them.
I cannot wait to show you the final product. Don’t forget to follow Horror House Media on YouTube and Instagram and Twitter.
Horror House Media
So for 2018 Ray McCann and I were talking about creating a new digital platform for short horror form content. I thought it would be a great idea for him to have digital content to produce and for which I could direct. So I reached out to my writing partner Brantley J. Brown and asked him to start writing short scripts that were creepy/scary and simple to shoot. With that, Horror House was born.
So now we begin the shooting process. Stay tuned as we are launching Halloween 2018. Feel free to reach out to use and to follow us on the social media platforms. Help us generate the buzz. We want to rally the horror community.
Instagram: Horror House Media
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Excited to announce that my short horror script Del Obispo Road, a ghost story based on true events by Rochelle Robinson has been selected for the Hollywood HorrorFest here in Hollywood, CA.
The festival takes place July 26-29, 2018.
I wanted to say thank you to my producer Taylor J Martin and to Alina Andrei for putting together this nice press piece with Film Combat Syndicate. Thank you Lee Golden for the great article – he really did his research and I truly appreciate that!
Thank you to everyone for your continued support as we move this project forward. I have a great team and I honored to have their faith and guidance.
Read the arcticle:
Axe on Film Combat Syndicate