A boy and his father are haunted by a ghostly inhabitant while trying to mend their tumultuous relationship.
I have a masters degree in filmmaking from Regent University in Virginia Beach and also attended the Los Angeles Film Studies Center in the Fall of 1996. I am currently working as a freelance "PrEditor" in Southern California. I recently completed my...
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I have a masters degree in filmmaking from Regent University in Virginia Beach and also attended the Los Angeles Film Studies Center in the Fall of 1996. I am currently working as a freelance "PrEditor" in Southern California. I recently completed my fourth short project, which will be my first posting here at Triggerstreet. The accompanying picture of me was taken on a shoot in Virginia. A friend of mine caught this candid photo as I was climbing up an embankment after wiring some explosives for an effects shot for a WWII film (I had NO idea what I was doing)!
Reviews by jercasper 84
A review of Perceptionby jercasper on 04/09/2007great film darin, any film that can tell a story without the use of dialogue earns points in my book. i would have covered the "fork in the road" scene with fewer shots and cuts... the pace seemed a little quick there... felt like a few shots needed to be consolidated or something. the $100 bill made it for me... had it not been for the money, it would have been a pretty... read
A review of 7 Minutes in Hellby jercasper on 12/05/2005the audio compression was pretty bad, so understanding what was being said was difficult. There was so much missing from this film... Like who is the killer and why did he target this unsuspecting couple? Without that information, the audience has no reason to care at all. Also, I thought the choice to "show" the killer was a poor choice. If the killer has to be shown,... read
A review of Hush Little Babyby jercasper on 05/06/2005i enjoyed the film, it was well thought out, and it seems like the cast and crew had fun making it. the sound really made this film work... originally i thought this was just a "the ring" rip-off until i read the production notes... hats off to Joey Evans for including his daughter so closely in the process... Audrey did fantastic... it's obvious that she felt comfortable... read