“Nothing takes the taste out of peanut butter quite like unrequited love.”
– Charles M. Schulz
“Romeo's Distress” named after the Christian Death song by Rozz Williams and Rikk Agnew is a weird, gothic noir horror-thriller that tells a story of a boy name James, his unrequited love for a girl named Jane, and her father's sadistic (yet dutiful) response to it all.
“Blood in your eyes. Ice in your veins. Love in your heart. Hate on your mind.”
“Wash Away” is a revenge thriller about a therapist named Stanley who is given the opportunity for nefarious indulgence and retaliation against a former nemesis who ruined his life years prior.
The film has officially gone into pre-production with Actor/Producer Jacob Trussell starring in the role of Stanley.
Long Live the Horror
A feature length Concert Documentary about a seminal Horror-Punk band playing their last show (in the U.S.) at a resurrected Horror-Punk Festival. It ONLY contains footage shot on August 1st 2012 to August 5th 2012 at said resurrected Horror-Punk Festival. Originally, the footage comes from another project featuring that seminal horror-punk band featured in "Long Live the Horror". When it came to light that this footage would never be used, "Long Live the Horror" was born. This project has NOTHING to do with "Blitzkid: Return to the Living" or "Ghouls Night Out Fest" the DVD. It is a completely SEPARATE project and has no authorized or official affiliation to Blitzkid - It's members or those who founded/ran Ghouls Night Out fest. It is SIMPLY for Horror-Punk fans who contributed to crowdfunding campaigns. It is/was meant to be EXCLUSIVELY FOR FREE to the public on the Youtube and Vimeo platforms.
"They Came From Lodi" is an unauthorized, positive, fan-appreciation documentary with NO affiliations to official band members. Featuring interviews about The Misfits 77-83, 70s NY Punk Scene, NYHC, and DIY.
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Evil Lives - The Misfits A.D.
Using approximately 144 different cellphone/DSLR clips, I managed to sync up the whole show. Some songs like “Death Comes Ripping” use 11 different angles from the various cellphones in the audience.
Considering the materials I had to work with, I am very proud of the result.
Watch it here - NOTE: This is a non-commercial, unauthorized concert film and only featured on this site for free.