I love horror games. I’ve played them for hours and hours, shutting off the lights and getting lost in the computer simulated environment, blasting my way through mutant hordes or taking on teams of demons with an insane amount of bullets. What fun. Unless, of course, you cant turn it off.
Azuka Theatre in Philadelphia opens its season with the Philadelphia premier of the 2008 Humana Festival favorite “Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom”, in which two neighboring families cope with their offspring’s addiction to an online horror game. The game has the player smashing through an army of zombies in hopes of escaping the invasion (Zombies? AWESOME!). The play takes on the style of classic Twilight Zone episodes, blurring the lines of the virtual world and reality, and asks “how do you protect your children from the outside world, when the … Read More »
I’m sure most of you are familiar with Stephen King’s “Carrie”, the story about the sheltered and tormented Carrie White who finally has her revenge after being pushed too far on the night of her high school prom? Well BRAT Productions is bringing a new twist to this classic tale, and they are doing it in a way that you might not expect.
They are making it FUNNY.
Playwright Erik Jackson has adapted the novel by Stephen King into a black comedy for the stage. The “Master of Horror” himself gave Jackson the approval on the project and even emailed him regarding the script, saying it was terrific. I myself attended a production of the play last night, and I have to agree with him.
The play takes place beneath the Wolf building at 12th and Callowhill streets in Philadelphia, and immediately upon … Read More »
Here’s my latest work. I hope you enjoy it!
A schizophrenic film student gets some feedback from his professor that is taken quite harshly and way too literally. His grades aren’t the only thing that end up suffering in this short horror film.