Writer’s Group Therapy

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

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

Pukem’Up Podcast

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

The Richard Wilmore Show

June 8, 2018 – Today I was a guest on The Richard Wilmore Show with fellow guest Katerina Cozias. It was a great and fun interview. Each interview is 15 minutes and I am the second one.

We talked about my podcast Mimosas With Michael and also some of my most current projects, which I am working on, as well as how I got my start in the industry. I also gave some advice to those who are starting out and want to follow their dreams. It is definitely a fun interview – if I say so myself!

 

Del Obispo Road

So my writing partner Brantley J Brown and I just finished our first script together. I had written the short film Del Obispo Road – a horror short –  and Brantley helped me adapt it into a feature film script. Actor and producer Edward Coupland will star as the lead, Ryan.

When Ryan’s sister goes missing in 1985, he is plagued by the memory of someone – or something – that he felt was responsible for her disappearance. Twenty years later he still can’t forget that night and the weight of that memory begins to push him to madness. When he starts to see his sister again, Ryan starts to search for answers as to why his sister vanished, and if the dreams that haunt him are real.

This story is based on a terrifying event shared to me by Rochelle Robinson.

We did a great interview about this film and script on my podcast Mimosas With Michael. Enjoy!