I am sitting in my car in San Diego, a city that is just as big a hub for adult film as it is for indie.
The city has a strong indie film scene, and the film industry is a major employer here.
I am one of the filmmakers that has been able to survive, and prosper, here, thanks to a robust local film industry that I have nurtured and fostered.
A couple of weeks ago, I found myself in the same situation, when I stumbled upon the trailer for a new film called The Strange Case of Mrs. Black.
The story is about a girl who falls in love with a man from her hometown, but is then kidnapped and forced to watch his father’s body decompose in a local dump.
As I read the synopsis, I was reminded of the many, many horror stories of men being raped, mutilated, or even killed.
At the time, I had not read the film, but was intrigued by the fact that the director, Tina Berenson, had mentioned that the story was based on a true story, a true tale of a woman being abducted and raped by her rapist’s brother.
Tiny and beautiful, with an eye for detail, this film is one that would not be out of place in the genre of the best American horror stories.
I thought, Why not try it?
But when I found out that this was a film I could work on and finish, I knew I had to give it a shot.
It was the best decision I have ever made in my career, and one that has not only given me a job but has been a huge part of my personal growth.
I have a lot to thank TINA Berenssons team for making this film.
My producer, John Ziegler, and I worked together for two years to make this film happen.
John has a background in motion pictures, and has been producing and producing American films since the early 90s.
He and I had a very specific vision of what we wanted to accomplish, and what I wanted to achieve.
We had a great cast, and a fantastic story.
I really look forward to working with them again.
With my family, I am blessed to have an amazing, loving husband and a wonderful wife, who are just as passionate about their work as I am.
And with the help of my family and my friends, I have found my passion in a film that will be shared around the world, and will help change lives.
When I see the trailer, I want to see it on the big screen, and if you can’t make it to the festival, you can watch it on VOD.
If you can, then it will be on Netflix and other platforms soon.
You can read my thoughts on the film here.
In the end, we did not make a budget or a budget to make The Strange Incident.
We just wanted to create something that people wanted to see, and we were able to make that happen.
I love what TINA is doing with this film, and thank her for making it.
Thanks for reading, and have a wonderful Halloween!
It’s the season to look back on all the horror stories that made you gasp, gasp, and shake your head in wonder at the year 2017.
So, without further ado, here are our favorite American horror stories of the year.1.
A Walk in the WoodsThe trailer for A Walk In The Woods made us think, what the hell is that?
Why is it so freaking scary?
And what is it with us?2.
The Conjuring 2The Conjuring sequel is out on December 10, 2017 and is already garnering rave reviews.
If you’re a fan of horror movies, you’ll probably want to pick up the sequel, especially as it’s set to premiere this fall.3.
The Dark Tower 2Set to debut in theaters on January 4, 2018, The Dark Tree is a sequel to Stephen King’s classic novel series.
It’s also one of the first Stephen King adaptations, which has also been lauded for its story, tone, and characters.4.
The BabadookThe Babadooks sequel to The Babads sequel, The Babysitting Guide, is out in 2018 and is set in the same world.
It is set to be released on July 6, 2018.5.
The Exorcist2The Exorcism franchise continues to be a massive hit, with each new installment bringing new twists and turns.
The latest installment, The Exoces 3, comes out on August 6, 2019.6.
The Purge 2Set in a post-apocalyptic, post-nuclear America, The Purges is set 2029, which is a year after the events of The Purging.
This means that there is still time to find and kill the supernatural threat before it takes over our world.7.
The WolfpackSet in the 1980s, The Wolfpacks follows a young woman (Meghan Markle) as she is stalked by a mysterious and vicious killer.8.
The Girl on the TrainThe story of The Girl On The Train is set at a bus stop in the mid-1980s, which means that you’re almost sure to be hearing about it sooner rather than later.9.
The Witch and the Hundred KnightThe witch and the hundred knights is set two years after The Purgers, in a world where witches and knights are fighting to keep humanity safe.10.
The Devil InsideThe Devil Inside, which was directed by John Landis and written by David M. Goodman, is set eight years after the Purges, which also means that it’s one of our favorite Stephen King books.11.
The House of CardsThe House of Carrots, which stars Jim Broadbent and Claire Danes, is a series about a woman (Danes) who is haunted by a monster that eats her.12.
The Day the Earth Stood StillSet in 18th century New York City, the novel is set during the Civil War, and it’s a very dark and gritty book.13.
The Shape of WaterSet in 2029 New York, the film is a modern reimagining of the novel, which focuses on a teenage girl (Aubrey Plaza) who grows up and decides to be more adventurous.14.
The Wicker ManThe Wicker man is a supernatural horror film that is set just one year after The Conjuration, and is about a teenage boy who is obsessed with finding a lost friend.15.
The Cabin in the SunThe cabin in the woods is set five years after A Walk To Remember.
It tells the story of two teens who live in a cabin in a remote town that’s just as remote as the town.16.
The Man Who Would Be KingSet in Victorian London, The Man who would be king, set in 15th century England, is based on the true story of John of Gaunt, the Duke of Somerset and his life-long quest to be crowned King of England.17.
The MummyThe Mummy movie is based off of the popular novel by Anthony Burgess, set several decades after the film that inspired it.18.
The BFGSet in 1950s California, the BFG is a film about a group of kids who run away from home in a desperate attempt to get back home and discover what happened to them in their parents’ bodies.19.
The Little PeopleThe Little People is set about a young boy named Harry, who is fascinated by a little girl named Lala, who can hear a voice and has been adopted by a man named Harry.20.
The Walking DeadThis is our favorite zombie-based series.
The show follows the survival of a group known as the Walking Dead, which are survivors of a pandemic that has killed millions of people and displaced millions more.21.
The Woman in BlackSet in 2019, the Woman in Blouse is set a year before the film The Purger, which takes place in the year 2021.22.
The Big SickSet in 2020, the Big Sick follows the story about a girl named Tessa