A group of people based in Istanbul with varying backgrounds that came together for the love of horror. The director is the creator of the series and the owner of the vision. The storyline is worked on as a group including the director, a psychologist (lead actor) and a digital anthropologist (producer). Everybody is acting. A Day in the life of Timothy is a series of short films focusing on a central disturbed character, his split personalities and his unique take on reality. Currently the series is only available on Youtube.
I started making films in the late 1980's My first film was called Scarlet fry's Horrorama & was SOV and saw a short limited VHS release, Later I went on to make scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest which got two distribution deals first with Brain damage films who released it only on a Multi pack & then It got a single release with Chemical Burn Entertainment when I retained the rights, Junkfood also featured Alice Cooper's Daughter Calico Cooper in one of her first genre acting roles. I later released Nightmare Alley also with Brain Damage Films. Next was Death By VHS with Worldwide Multi Media & now... Read More
American Horror Story shows no indications of ceasing. After the much-talked-about eighth season, Apocalypse - - a sequel to Murder House and Coven - - it's difficult to envision where the show could go straightaway. How would you top the apocalypse? Fortunately, maker Ryan Murphy isn't short on wild thoughts, so we question he'll experience serious difficulties beating the madness of his past endeavors. It's still early, so we don't have many solid subtleties about American Horror StorySeason 9, however this is what we do know, what we can hypothesize about,... Read More
Some of the best horror films in the world have only come out of Japan. Let's take a look at some of the most memorable Japanese horror movies. 10. DARK WATER Dark Water is a 2002 horror-drama from director Hideo Nakata. The film is based on a piece of work by Koji Suzuki. The film was remade for Western audiences in 2005. directed by Walter Salles and starring Jennifer Connelly. In Dark Water, Yoshimi (Hitomi Kuroki) is in the middle of an ugly divorce and has to move into a dilapidated apartment with her daughter. A leak forms in the building’s ceiling and gets worse... Read More