Thank you to Ryan T Cusick for the amazing interview for iHorror, taken during my recent trip to Texas Frightmare Weekend 2019 in Dallas, Texas. I attended Texas Frightmare Weekend last year in 2018 for the first time with my cousin Daryl (Mr. Meathook on Youtube) and the most amazing weekend.
This year was no exception. I just meet the most amazing people at this convention – and this year it was an honor to sit down with Ryan at iHorror and talk about my projects.
So not only was I able to direct the third season of Horror Talk with Kristin West…but I was able to be a guest on the show as well! Thank you to Horror News Network, a sponsor of the show, for posting my episode as well.
The third season was recorded at the FANtastic Horror Film Festival in San Diego, CA, which by the way is a lovely festival – and which I had won second place at for my short film script The Beauty of Death.
I am grateful to have been a part of this seasons line up and am thankful to Kristin West and my manager, Matt Chassin, for the opportunity.
‘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.’
‘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.
My next film Stalk, directed for Horror House Media is the first film written specifically by my friend and writing partner Brantley J. Brown for their YouTube channel.
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!
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.
So grateful to Gruesome Hertzogg and Lil Gru for doing a review of my first film Ax. They just finished a great review of my recent film Soundbite earlier this month, giving us 9 out of 10 stars. Ax they gave 8 out of 10 stars.
If I was on Star Search right now, I would probably be in the lead! #JustSaying
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!