I’ve made a lot of short films, I used to make them weekly. Some I’ve uploaded and re-edited, others I’ll never share online. A film I made in 2009 was one called “Abducted” and looking back, I love some of the scenes, but I used copyrighted music and I also felt there was pacing issues.
So, I decided to take the footage I really liked and make it a ‘flash back scene’ and that’s what really prompted this story. A story of a detective trying to find the truth about his abductor.
My last film was kinda an artsy movie entitled “Red Vines“, it was horror-but in an artsy way. Much like Lars Von Trier’s work.
With this one, I wanted to go back to more straight forward horror. I’ve recently been into Clive Barker and HP Lovecraft and paranormal fantastical worlds, so I took a page from that. I wanted the story to start as a simple dark drama, but then as the story unfolds-the true purpose and evil is revealed.
The ending is very much ‘up for debate’ I didn’t want to have a concrete reason for how everything cumulated.
While my next short film RED VINES is horror, it’s main focus is eco-horror . Films like LONG WEEKEND (1979), THE RUINS (2008). It’s unflinching. A mix of real world issues and fictional bloody violence.
Last year, I made a horror short film uploaded in two parts. Well now, expierence the story in its entirety and the visuals have been enhanced as well!
Plot: A young man discovers that his father is hiding a dark secret and goes on a journey into the darkest corners of the human psyche.
Based on James Simpson’s ‘Reynard the Fox’ (Le Roman de Renart) this modern adaptation begins in a fantasy world inhabited by anthropomorphic animals.
The sly and amoral fox, Reynard sneaks and lies his way through corporate America trying to get to the top of the metaphorical food chain.
Suspicions about Reynard rise and cumulate to a twisted climax.
Private Investigator Leonard Keaton wants you safe…
Fursuit head by: Two-Faced Creations