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“SATAN HIS OWN SELF” – a short film I wrote and directed

Last year, toward the end of 2019, I spent two glorious nights making a short film with some of my best pals: Andrew Hilbert, Miguel Villa, and Trey Hudson. We filmed on location at Radio Coffee and Beer after normal business hours. To make the movie, we used an Audio-Technica AT875R Line/Gradient Shotgun Condenser Microphone … Continue reading “SATAN HIS OWN SELF” – a short film I wrote and direc Read more of this blog post »
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“A liquid clicking crackled from the speakers and then a horrible keening filled the air. It was a song sung by fleshless mouths, mandibles and teeth clicking together beneath a strange, warbling chant. The same as that sung by Inuit women while they circled a fire in which a man was cooked alive.”
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“Soon, it’s past midnight, and we’re entering the small hours. The ones, the twos, the threes—we’re a long way from ten. The Lurking Man can show up any time of day, of course. But the small hours—this is where he lives. We’re in his home now, passing through in darkness like the moon crossing the ecliptic plane.”
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