"Lost Hope" is a creepy new short horror film from one of the makers of the "Silent Hill: Stolen Heart" fan film and DJ Mistress Macabre a.k.a Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc who is a best selling, award winning author of Horror Sinisteria. The short film was filmed on the Nexus Android Phone using the VHS-Cam... Continue Reading →


Reviews of “Mirai” my debut manga

I'm very excited to share that my manga, "Mirai" is getting some press this week. First and foremost from "TG Geeks" both on their podcast, and on their website! Also, on the website World Comic Book Review, there is a great review which I'm so grateful to receive! If you haven't picked it up yet,... Continue Reading →

The Ever Elusive Feature Film

Short films are fine, but they haven't really made money since the end of the era where audiences would sit in the cinema all day and watch a Newsreel, a Cartoon, a Short Film and then a Double Feature. All for less than a dollar. But that era has long gone. The B-Movie has now... Continue Reading →

New interview (TG Geeks)

Hello everyone, sorry I've been missing in action, but I've got this new short film out, and it's premiering at the Shorts Off Film Festival in Wales, and it's called "Silence". To celebrate, I was interviewed by TG Geeks, a great podcast coming out of Arizona in the good ol' US of A. Hope you... Continue Reading →

More great advice on screenwriting (reblog)

by Angela Bourassa My Saturday at ScriptFest was a whirlwind experience. I sat on a panel about pitching with John Bucher, Tara Bennett, and Scotty Mullen, then I got to meet one-on-one with writers for the entire afternoon, helping them perfect their pitches before the Pitchfest on Sunday. That meant that I only got to… via... Continue Reading →

Great advice for screenwriters (reblog)

by Fin Wheeler Every time an award-winning screenwriter gives an interview, the reporter inevitably asks what they consider the essential elements to success in screenwriting. Just as inevitably, the successful subject responds that talent, determination, hard work, luck, and the right attitude are fundamental ingredients in gaining and maintaining a high profile as a professional… via... Continue Reading →

The vital importance of LEGO

This photo was taken back in 1991. Lego was such an important part of my childhood. If you think I love music and film now, it's nothing compared to how much I loved Lego as a kid. I spent every last dime I had on lego bricks (not unlike filmmaking now). It's a little embarrassing, but... Continue Reading →

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