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Teaser Scene from Bryan Ryan's The Guest

18 August 2010 12:54 PM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

A teaser has hit the Net for Bryan Ryan's short film "The Guest" that we recently told you about, and of course we have it for you here. If you dig what you see, be sure to check out our recent interview with Bryan Ryan for more!

"The Guest" stars Alyshia Ochse, Robert Seay, Andre Bolourchi, Brandi Price, Jessica Whitaker, and Suzanne Quast. The producers include Mel House, Bryan Ryan, Robert Victor Galluzzo, Courtney Daniels, Katie Floyd, and Dread Central's own Heather Wixson; and it's being edited by Brian Smith.


A lonely woman and a mysterious intruder get more than they bargained for when a quiet evening proves to be deadlier than either of them could have imagined.

For more on writer/director Bryan Ryan and "The Guest", be sure to befriend him and "like" the film on Facebook.

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Bryan Ryan Talks The Guest, Horror Boot Camp, and More

2 August 2010 10:24 AM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

You may recall a few months ago we told you about Final Girl Films' competition for indie horror filmmakers looking to make their next short film project. The contest was based on scripts only, and the first runner-up was Bryan Ryan for "The Guest". Dread Central recently had a chance to chat with Bryan about how he first got involved in filmmaking, what's up with "The Guest", and his future plans.

Dread Central: What made you decide to get into filmmaking?

Bryan Ryan: I can trace the whole thing back to two films: Disney's Pinocchio and Jaws. The first for the way it petrified me as a child. I know that I will never forget the effect Pinocchio had on me. Now, the same goes for Jaws, but it goes a step further because of the sheer ingenuity it took to tell That story in That way. And to »

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