Not everyone is in front of the camera. It takes a lot of work behind the camera too. These are the people bringing their visions to life, opening themselves up to show you the worlds they see.
Apocalypse Pirate Motion Picture Company
Apocalypse Pirate makes short films and videos. Their film Knock, Knock was the official selection of multiple film festivals including Scare-a-Con and the Big Terror Film Festival. They also have produced The Inner Geek Weekly (formally Collectibles Etc. weekly) a webshow for comic book news & reviews for the last 5 years.
Thomas “Sascratch” Berdinski
The Cult of Moi and Vous Film Producioni Company LLC
The half-sasquatch, half-robot, half-filmmaker from Muskegon, Michigan, Thomas Berdinski (aka “Sascratch”) is probably best known for his comic-horror homage to European horror films, “The Italian Zombie Movie”. Thomas has written, directed and edited independent features and short films and composed the music for several films including “Dawn of Dracula”, “The Lashman”, “Post Mortem America 2021” and a new horror thriller “Monsters Among Men” which he also co-produced. He is currently directing a new giant rubber monster movie starring his alter-ego “Sascratch” while playing lead guitar in a new surf band. Find him on Facebook at “The Cult of Moi and Vous Film Producioni Company LLC”.
Goat Boy Films
Jerry Williams is a writer/actor/filmmaker (Purvos, Flying Saucers over Fetishland, Zeppo: Sinners from Beyond the Moon, Astro Zap Kaboom, UFO crash in Kentucky, Astro Space Hero, and Space Bro). He is from Ohio but since moved to Lexington, Kentucky area. Jerry is deeply into UFO research and the paranormal.
Jerry is currently at work on his sci-fi parody web shows Astro Space Hero, Astro Zap Kaboom and Space Bro. He is producing a horror comedy show for INC Roku called ‘Dr. Tyranny’s Terrible TV.’
Jerry is also an actor along with Tucky Williams in the paranormal webseries Kentucky Paranormal Incidents by filmmaker Mark Holmberg of Iron Strike Productions.
Astro Space Hero (www.astrospacehero.com) is now in its 10th season. He has films available in DVD and VOD formats on Amazon and other platforms. Books written by Jerry Williams are Occult Secrets of the UFO, Monsters of the UFO, Elvis in the UFO and other Weirdness, and the poetry collections Citadel of Dreams, Signals from the 8th Tower, and Mermaid in the Crop Circle.
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Who is this Shaun Springer guy, and why is he so awesome?
Director, writer, ninja, editor, part-time lover, part-time fighter, and Astronaut enthusiast.
Shaun Springer is a pretty cool guy that you should know. His work includes directing short films, commercials, documentaries, and music videos. He has also worked professionally as a screenwriter, and script doctor.
He is the author of the children’s book “Nobody Cares About Jimmy,” and his favorite Batman is Kevin Conroy.
As for being so awesome… You’ll just have to find out for yourself.
Ron has always wanted to entertain. Be it his old local cable access show, to stand up comedy and finally writing and directing.
Ron got the directing bug when he and a group of friends in high school were going to make a short film based on Halloween. The urge never left him and then he finally made Becoming Undead. Later that year, The Social Media Massacre followed, and now a web series, based on the short of the same name.
Jesse James Hennessy
Jesse James Hennessy, a writer, director, and editor, was born on May 9, 1980 in Grafton ND. Ever since his parents rented him a VHS camcorder over rad summer weekends back in the 80’s he has been making movies. He fell in love with horror flicks ever since he saw Evil Dead 2 and knew that he wanted to make some killer horror films of his own.
His influences range from David Lynch to Roman Polanski, Cronenberg to Carpenter, Argento to Raimi. He is also influenced by the music, style, and aesthetic of the 1980’s.
On set, Jesse surrounds himself with talented and genuine people while creating a positive, productive, and fun atmosphere that allows the best work possible to be made.
Jesse, now residing in Spokane, WA is a regular in local and international film contests with great acclaim. His current projects include his upcoming Night of the Witch, the Mr. Dark web series, and always a few others brewing in the cauldron.
Odd Stories for Odd Children.
Multitalented John Koblek has made a name for himself in both print and video. As an artist he is known for the “Forever 27” poster. He also, illustrated for L.Ron Hubbard’s “Writers of the Future” and created album covers for music artists including, Dog Fashion Disco, Polkadot Cadaver, and Circus of Dead Squirrels. As well as having countless art shows in PA, NY, and NJ.
As far as video, besides Odd Stories for Odd Children (Osfoc), he is the creator of the hit game, 123 Slaughter Me Street.
What is Osfoc? Koblek gives us this introduction, “Long before cell phones and the internet that we know today, our entertainment came from animatronic talking creatures filled with batteries the size of your fist. They would watch you sleep at night but most importantly, they would take you on long journeys where your imagination would take over. Innocent, happy, simple times of yesteryear. Well, much like everything else today, Osfoc is a twisted perversion of those times!
Meet Osfoc and Cirrhosis the Wolf as they go on adventures in hell? Maybe. I honestly have no idea. Let’s go with that for now. I’ll probably edit that part out later. They sing songs, get neutered by socks, and meet really special… guests.
Stay as long as you like, but I wouldn’t.”
You can find him on Twitter.
Jonathan Zaurin was born in 1984 in the little town of Audincourt France. Passionate about film from a very young age, he discovers Tim Burton’s Batman and John McTiernan’s Predator at age 6 (Thanks Mum and Dad). It is at this moment that he realises that this is what he wants to do, not be fireman, a vet or a Policeman, like most children, but tell stories with images. It is later on that he discovers the cinema of John Carpenter, a film master whose work will prove deeply influential on Jonathan’s own filmmaking.
Working professionally as a filmmaker Jonathan has made dozens of films both commercial and personal, gathering an array of awards from a wide variety of international festivals along the way. Previously, Portrait(s), Dirt and The Pit also proved to be big short film successes in festivals, and all three films were made for budgets under £200!
The aim is always to create something that people won’t believe was made on so little, to try and inspire others by showing that it can be done to a high standard of quality.
Santa Baby was made with under £300 and has been called “The Best Christmas Horror Short Film Ever Made”
David Black grew up in Melbourne and lives in Melbourne. He is an actor, writer, producer and director in films. He started off his creative endeavours as a cartoonist by publishing his first underground comic, “Gooby” at the age of 17. As a cartoonist, he had a cartoon strip, “Punkz”, run in the national rock weekly magazine “Juke” in 1988 and worked as the editorial cartoonist for the national tabloid “The Truth” in 1989 and 1990. He published a comic book “Punkz In Space” in 1993.
David is also a writer of short stories and his series “Obsessions of a Shattered Psyche” were published in Dark Angel Magazine in the 1990s. He has made 3 of those short stories into short films. His writing has also extended to covering the Australian Indie Movie industry in The Movie Blog and Oz Indie Cinema. He currently writes for The Australian Short Film Network Journal.
David is also a bass player, singer and songwriter. He played in the theatrical gothic rock band, “Darkness Visible”, which gigged across Melbourne from 1994. He has recorded 10 songs in the studio. It was the band that segued him into film making when he started making music videos. Between 2009 – 2017, he produced 10 music videos.
Real Life Glitch Entertainment
We are a multi-media entertainment brand here to entertain you through the power of films, skits, music, and more. Like anime, video games, high energy films, and bizarre TV Shows? Grab a seat and enjoy the show.
Dr. Dread Reviews
I’m different… allow me to introduce myself, I’m Dr. Dread (not a real doctor, my lawyer advised me to add that). I’m a dimensional/time traveler/cryptozoologist. I enjoy performing surgery and amateur dentistry.
My passion is Horror Movies from silent film to the present and I enjoy talking about them and warding people away from bad ones and recommending good ones. My show is normally under 10 minutes long to prevent boredom. I watch bad movies so you don’t have to. Keep it scary my friends.
DOCTOR SARCOFIGUY aka John Dimes
Dr Sarcofiguys Drive-by Drive-In Theatre
Horror Host Hall of Famer John Dimes is an illustrator, animator, actor, comic and writer who is known for his shows The Spooky Movie, Spooky Movie Television, Sarcofiguy For Show, and his live performances at the AFI Theater in Washington DC.
He’s appeared in numerous movies and documentaries such as American Scary, and Every Other Day is Halloween. He’s been featured in such publications as Fangoria, Rue Morgue, Scary Monsters, and Horrorhound Magazine. He is the author of two well received books, There Are No Bad Movies (Only Bad Audiences), and The White Corpse Hustle: A Guide for the Fledgling Vampire.
Find out more about him and his works at: www.johndimescomics.weebly.com
Actor/director/producer Daryl Hook, known as Mr, MeatHook is a wise cracking quintessential horror geek who avidly collects related memorabilia, doodads, and whatnots. On his channel, you can regularly find him reviewing movies, as well as occasionally reviewing subscription boxes & junk food and making other collectors cringe by freeing his action figures from their plastic prisons. His reviews and opinions are often so brutally honest that they’ve earned him the nickname The Horror Hipster. If you come across Mr. MeatHook in the wild, please give him tacos… or peanut butter cups… but preferably tacos.