Quick film updates

Just a couple of quick updates:

1. The first review of Spiritus is up at the Horror Movie Freaks website.

 “A slow burning tale of a spectres revenge and learning your actions have consequences…even beyond the grave!” 4/5 stars.

Read the entire review here.

2. The George Lindsey UNA Film Festival is going on March 2-4 in Florence, AL. If you happen to be in that area on March 2, Four Thousand Wings is screening, along with two films written and directed by my friend C. DeWayne Cunningham of Carolyn Jean’s Son VISIONS – Best Friends Forever and The Pretty Brunette.

See the 2017 schedule here.

More coming soon…

Stuff to do: Holiday edition, part 1

Here are some things going on this week that you might just want to check out:

Thursday, the Honey Tree Band is at Head on the Door in Montgomery. Their music is described as “blues, funk, roots rock.” Details here.


The Nick in Birmingham has this lineup: The Great American Breakdown, Bearhead, Hail the Titans. You know you want to be there. Details here.

For those in Montgomery, you should stop by Head on the Door and see my friends Swank Sinatra. They’re from Atlanta. They’re good. They’re entertaining. They’re nice. Details here.


The Smokehouse way up in Florence, Ala. is hosting Refuse the Fall, Rowe and Hail the Titans. Oh… and it’s all ages, so if you’ve got friends or family in or near Florence, please spread the word. Details here.

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So if you’re in Montgomery on Saturday, I encourage you to check out “The TACKIEST Holiday Party EVER!” It’s hosted by Montgomery’s River Region Rollergirls at Santa Barbara on Vaughn Rd. Details here.

Also, Hail the Titans released our music video yesterday for “I Am Become Death.” Big thanks to everyone involved (full cast and crew list here.) Again, thank you to everyone who helped make this video happen. Your help and support is very much appreciated.

Most of the filming was done in one day. (The opening scene was re-shot at a later date.) We had close to four hours of raw footage that was condensed down to the 5:13 run time. I think I lost track of how many hours of editing it took (15? 20?), but thanks to Hillary Andrews for allowing me to commandeer her computer for that length of time.

If you haven’t seen the finished product yet, here it is: