douglassmith - Fri, 2012/06/15 - 2:57pm
The multi-award winning indie movie version of my story "By Her Hand, She Draws You Down" (Anthony Sumner, director, and Alan Rowe Kelly, producer) will appear as part on the horror movie anthology DVD "Gallery of Fear," to be released later this summer. I recently came across a couple of interviews with Anthony where he talks about "By Her Hand..." and his other recent projects: Slick Devil Movie House interview with Anthony Sumner Wreck House Magazine interview with Anthony Sumner Once I have more information on the DVD release, I'll post it here. In the meantime, you can check out the ebook of "By Her Hand..." in my store.
douglassmith - Sun, 2011/07/17 - 11:12am
The indie film based on my short story "By Her Hand, She Draws You Down" will be screening at the film festival program at the 2011 Cyphan convention in Chicago, July 29-31. Great to see that this movie still has some legs. It's won 11 awards so far for Anthony and the crew, so let's hope it picks up some more. You can read all about the movie, the awards its won, how it came about, plus see the trailer and more right here. The official Movie Companion Book is also now available as an ebook or a signed personalized print book.
douglassmith - Mon, 2011/05/09 - 3:32pm
Michael Baron Craze at the Rogue Cinema site recently blogged about last fall's Terror Film Festival in Philadelphia and included a review of "By Her Hand, She Draws You Down". Here's an extract from his review: "This film comes from author Douglas Smith’s story of the same name and breathes in Anthony Sumner’s screenplay, transforming into a new variation on the vampire genre. Anthony’s creation contains an incredible haunting feeling, [that] escapes the screen like a hypnotic trance, assisted from Gene Hodsdon eerie music and filming in November at the desolate beachside locations in the historic New Jersey shore. … [A] tale of love, commitment and survival." You can read Michael's full blog post on the film festival and the full review of "By Her Hand..." here.