We just premiered this video at Transworld in St. Louis and now we're pleased to finally show it off to everyone! Our 2013 Show Reel features our best video from the last year.  It it you'll find clips from Pennhurst, LA Hayride, The Bates Motel, Killer's Haunted House along with clips from our short film work. My favorite part though has to be the Opening piece we shot last November out at the Haunted Trail of Horror in Kenton Ohio.  Big thanks to all the participants from the Haunted trail and especially our dead female victim, Wendy Howard, who is trooper for putting up with all the cold disgusting places we've made her lay and crawl in over the last few years!  The opening shots were of course inspired by the show that set me on my current path way back in 1996, the underated and horrifying, Millennium (1996-1999). So without further...

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In May of 2011 Brian Lashchuk of Beyond The Grave Productions came down to my side of town with his beat up serial killer van and we shot a short film called "compulsion". The story was originally Brian's idea of a serial killer that finally gets his comeuppance. We expanded the story a bit, Brian volunteered to be the killer and I shot the whole thing, did the sound, and edited it. It was a 2 day whirlwind of a shoot and it was in the 90's with high humidity the whole time. Now in 2012 a year later there are definetly things I would have done differently and there's a couple badly lit scenes but overall it turned out pretty well. It's heavily inspired by "The X-Files" and my favorite show "Millennium". Check it out and let us know what you think. ...

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The Serial Killer genre of film has been done to death (no pun intended) and its been a very long time since I've seen a serial killer procedural that was any good. However "I Saw the Devil" is easily one of the best of the genre and definitely the best in at least a decade. Director, Jee-Woon Kim has previously done some good films such as "A Tale of Two Sisters" and last years fun western flick, "The Good, The Bad, and The Weird". For his serial killer tale he brought in two or Korea's best known actors, Byung-hun Lee who is very popular and known to American audiences as Storm Shadow from the Awful G.I. Joe film. The Other is the great Min-Sik Choi who is best known for the starring role in "Oldboy", one of the greatest films ever made in my...

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