Thank you to Tales from the Cribbed podcast from the Preesh Network for reviewing my horror holiday film SANTA, which I wrote for the Installments YouTube channel
And you can check out the 7 minute short film for SANTA here:
The employees of Wyze, the company which sponsored the film THE LADY - which I wrote and was directed by Alex Henderson, and they filmed a reaction video for their Instagram page.
View this post on Instagram Our reaction video to @AlexanderTheTitan’s short horror film that he made for us… We’ll never be the same again. Watch now at wyze.com/TheLady. Happy Halloween 🎃 A post shared by Wyze (@wyze) on Oct 31, 2019 at 6:47am PDT
My friend Alex Henderson asked me to help him write a horror short sponsored by the Wyze camera app, that he wanted to direct! So we created a 6 minute short that is both creepy and fun! I am very proud of this film...and it is released just in time for Halloween!
Introducing The Lady
Fearscale is one of my favorite review sites because they find a subject, connect them to a heart monitor and have them watch a horror film. They take those results and find how scary a movie is. I think it's fun and brilliant.
So far they have reviewed SOUNDBITE and STALK, the first two films I directed for Horror House. Both of those films were about five minutes....but LOVE ME NOT is 11 minutes and we were wondering if we create something that could sustain fear for twice as long. I have to say - I think we did a great job. Check out the results here: Fearscale reviews LOVE ME NOT
Thank you Gruesome Hertzogg and Lil Gru from the Puk'em Podcast for the awesome review of my film Love Me Not.
Gruesome gave the film 8.5 stars and Lil Gru gave us 8 stars!
Listen to the podcast episode here:
I love that this website compared by first film with Horror House Soundbite to our third film Love Me Not. Nice to see that as an artist, and as a brand, we are growing!
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 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.
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