Ari Bavel - News Poster


Dread Central Presents: Time's Up, Eve!

Just in time to help put everyone in the Halloween spirit, Dread Central is pleased to present the online debut of Patrick Rea's latest short film, Time's Up, Eve!, which is set in the 1940s and follows a woman pursued through the city who must elude shadowy figures that have claimed the souls of her friends and loved ones.

The film stars Sharon Wright, Ari Bavel, Jason Miller, and Denise Carroll. It's directed by Patrick Rea and written by Rea and Jon Niccum. The director of photography is Hanuman Brown Eagle, and music is provided by Nathan Towns. Producers are Ryan S. Jones, Jon Niccum, Patrick Rea, and Free State Studios. The film was shot in Lawrence, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri.

Time's Up, Eve! has played at festivals such as the 2011 Screamfest La, the 2011 Dragon*Con Film Festival (Winner Best Fantasy), and the 2011 Dark Carnival Film Festival.

Check it out below,
See full article at Dread Central »

SenoReality Wraps a New Short Film - Time's Up, Eve

SenoReality Pictures, in association with Free State Studios, has just wrapped production on a new short film entitled "Time's Up, Eve", a supernatural thriller set in the 1940's starring Sharon Wright and Ari Bavel.

Directed by Patrick Rea and co-written by Rea and Jon Niccum, the film was shot in Lawrence, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. The director of photography is Hanuman Brown-Eagle, who shot "Time's Up, Eve" in black and white to give it a true "noir" feel. Rea and company hope to have the film finished by the end of the summer.

Below are some stills Rea sent over to give us a feel for how the completed short will look:

Rea is currently nearing the end of production on SenoReality's next feature, Nailbiter. Read more about that in Heather Wixson's recent interview with the up-and-coming filmmaker here.

Other SenoReality shorts have recently made the rounds of festivals
See full article at Dread Central »

Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula Serves Up More than Just Bank Robberies!

Gangsters and horror go together like moonshine and an over-used liver. You know that there is going to be a reaction and that reaction will not look pretty. Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula is a true story, according to the trailer, that has not yet been told. Not only were Bonnie & Clyde notorious '30's gangsters, but they were also one of the few to encounter Dr. Loveless and his imprisoned secret, Dracula. Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula will take viewers to a dark place at the Nevermore Film Festival, and here you will find laughter and a new take on an old tale. Have a look at the trailer for the film below.

A synopsis for the film:

"Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula combines the rough and tumble world of 1930's era gangster movies with the violent gothic atmosphere of a classic horror film.

When a robbery goes bad and one of their companions is shot,
See full article at 28 Days Later Analysis »

See also

Credited With | External Sites