Blood of the Tribades wins Best New England Film at the Boston Underground Film Festival – 3/27/2016 Brattle Theatre (World Premiere) – Cambridge, MA

BUFF Bacchus created by the Whore Church Blood of the Tribades won Best New England Film at the Boston Underground Film Festival! The film world premiered to a sold-out crowd at The Brattle Theatre on (vampire) Easter as part of the 18th Boston Underground Film Festival. Dread Central published this statement …

“One” Porcelain Dalya’s directorial debut, Cinematography/Sound/Editing by Epstein/Cacciola

Porcelain Dalya‘s writing/directorial debut, One is now available to watch! We have worked with Dalya on too many things to count at this point (including her award-winning role as the co-ed in TEN movie) and we were happy to help out on her first film. It premiered at the Boston …

MAGNETIC world premiere at the Boston Underground Film Festival 3/29 12 PM

We had a grand world premiere of Magnetic at The Boston Underground Film Festival!  3/29/15 at 12 PM at The Brattle Theatre. Facebook Event We’re also excited that films we helped out on in some capacity are also showing at BUFF. Check out the Homegrown Horror shorts program featuring One and …

TEN featured in Fangoria magazine issue #335

UPDATE: TEN IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR EYES AND EARS! Buy the issue! “TEN is up to something a little different, looking to subvert audience expectations…and while TEN contains the scenario’s requisite blood and nudity, it veers off in directions you likely won’t see coming, both in narrative terms and …

TEN’s world premiere weekend! recap from Brooklyn Girl Film Festival and Boston Underground Film Festival!

this is serious business.here I am pre-gaming witha vegan donut! This past weekend was a total whirlwind and we had the most amazing time premiering TEN at both the Brooklyn Girl Film Fest and the Boston Underground Film Festival. Brooklyn Girl Film Fest was such an amazing experience! It was …

TEN World Premiere Weekend! 3/28 Brooklyn Girl Film Fest, 3/30 Boston Underground Film Festival

“Imagine Scream crossed with The Usual Suspects…The art comes with meticulously framed shots full of color, the enjoyment with puzzling out the crazy plot twists.” – Boston Herald “…a Clue-esque, genre-mixing murder-mystery at a haunted mansion…with enough themes and tropes to start a marching band.” – DigBoston Premiere Screenings: Friday, …