In this latest episode of Newton Talks I talk to Tom Lee Rutter, director of Day of the Stranger, the folk horror Bella in the Wych Elm, and the forthcoming ‘almanac’ The Pocket Film of Superstitions. We discuss no budget and guerrilla filmmaking, what it’s like to make films in the Midlands and the Black Country, and Tom’s own approach to making creative horror features.
My feature film Black Lizard Tales recently premiered at the Cine-Excess International Film Festival and the screening garnered this review from Ellis Reed writing for Horrified magazine.
Black Lizard Tales is a horror feature I have recently completed and am now in the process of sending to festivals and promoting. Below are some initial poster designs.
In this microcast I talk about Jim Van Bebber’s no budget, underground street gang action movie, Deadbeat at Dawn (1988).
Short interview with me about writing and directing Grace.