Almost two years ago I spent two weeks in New Mexico and Arizona scouting locations. We were not scouting for a specific movie.
02/14/2014 - 1:30pm
On March 18th, 2014, Morris County, directed by Matthew Garrett, will be available for digital rental/purchase through Unearthed Films Online DVD Shop.
02/13/2014 - 1:00pm
About a week ago, one of horror cinema's most beloved directors, George A. Romero, celebrated his birthday - and I felt inspired to end my day watching one of his films. But which one to watch?
02/06/2014 - 7:00pm
The film project I'm developing that has the most momentum currently, and has the greatest chance of being made, is a horror feature I wrote last year... that I can't talk about, or even divulge the title of yet. The first draft was completed last summer, and since then I've been working with my producer to fine tune the screenplay.
01/28/2014 - 8:00pm
The Days Of The Dead, Atlanta horror convention and film festival will be lurching to life February 7th through the 9th. The film fest, programmed by Jason Hoover of Jabb Pictures, will run 'round the clock throughout the weekend. Mr. Hoover contacted me to ask if he could include a double feature of my work: Scrapbook (1999) and Deadwood Park (2007). They'll screen back-to-back Saturday night, February 8th.
01/23/2014 - 8:00pm
Okay, time to serve some justice. You've been sentenced to my Top 10 Most "Captivating" Prison Films, presented in order of release.
01/15/2014 - 4:00pm
I just completed a new draft of a screenplay that sent me researching paranormal investigators of the 1970s. This put my eyeballs on the bios of ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren, founders of the New England Society for Psychic Research, established in 1952.
01/09/2014 - 3:30pm
At the close of 2013, the two films that seemed to define the year for me were China White Serpentine, a film I co-directed with Robin Garrels, and We Are What We Are, a film for which I directed 2nd Unit.
12/30/2013 - 1:30pm
Born Vladimir Ivanovich Leventon in Russia in 1904, film producer Val Lewton (the pseudonym he is best known by) is an often-overlooked but potent contributor to horror cinema history.