I’m a filmmaker that gives a damn. As soon as I saw your listing, I shot some footage & did some finessing to my reel (demonstrating professional experience as an editor, filmmaker, etc). This is for you:
I’m a filmmaker that gives a damn.
As soon as I saw your listing, I shot some footage & did some finessing to my reel (demonstrating professional experience as an editor, filmmaker, etc).
This is for you:
My videos get views.
As a Video Director at Wargaming America, my responsibility is to make entertaining, informative niche videos with a high retention rate.
And sometimes my videos get ridiculous. Like the time I convinced my friend to stay aboard a haunted ship with me overnight:
I have a lovely relationship with Bloody Disgusting.
You’re the best site on the web for horror, and I’ve stood by you since the beginning.
I love horror.
When I was 7, I got my first official rejection notice from Nintendo. They appreciated my enthusiasm, but “Contra: Revenge of the Monsters” was just a tad too extreme for their tastes. I’m convinced they appreciated my concept art, depicting various mutilations and decapitations and whatnot, as I only received a photocopy of my masterpieces in return.
I learned to type by the time I was 8. My parents were excited for about a week. Thereafter, they realized that I had learnt merely for the purpose of writing 1/2 page horror stories. Gory ones. Eventually they wearied (or worried) of my asking them how to spell words such as “maim” and they shelved the typewriter.
When I was 9, I was banned from watching R-rated horror films for the summer as I had manipulated my grandmother into renting me four Nightmare on Elm Street films. I made up for it a few months later by donning Freddy’s glove for Halloween, Leprechaun the following year, Michael Myers twice in subsequent years, as well as Beetlejuice, a troll and a zombie at several separate occasions.
When I was 10, I begged my mom to accompany me to a horror film set that was filming locally, forfeiting all pay to convince the producers that I should be allowed to be an extra on the set. You may have seen me. That’s right. I was the uncredited Boy With Striped Shirt.
I would pull all-nighters when I was 11, watching TBS horror marathons hosted by Joe Bob Briggs.
Even as a kid, I’d get close to the TV and wear headphones in the dark. And still do to this day.
You get the point. I get horror. And horror gets us.
Favorite horror films: Martyrs. Noroi. The Fly. A Tale of Two Sisters. Inside. May. Child’s Play. The Witch.
Favorite horror games: Silent Hill 2. Telltale’s The Walking Dead. Until Dawn. Outlast.
Favorite horror writers: Alvin Schwartz. Edogawa Rampo. Stephen King.
Favorite horror service: Shudder TV.
People can vouch for me.
Amy Everson (FELT) can attest to my love for horror.
Harry Knowles (Ain’t It Cool News) knows how loyal I am.
My circle of trust in comprised entirely by artists, horror connoisseurs, genre critics, and fellow filmmakers. Like attracts like.
And that’s why I’m reaching out to you now.