Robert E’s debut opus, “Project Horror,” a horror movie guaranteed to change horror movies, has been making the rounds of the Michigan film festival circuit. Since it started, it has been officially selected to appear at the Detroit Trinity International Film Festival, August 19-22, 2021, and the I See You Awards, August 19-22, 2021; and the Royal Starr Film Festival, scheduled September 9-19, 2021.
At the I See You Awards, it has been nominated Best Picture/Best Cast, Best Director/Best Editing-Robert E, Best Original Screenplay–Robert E and Albert Gerber, Best Score–Gabriel Pilon, Best Lead Actor–Bobby Laenen, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Up-and-Coming Actress–Callie Bussell, Best Supporting Actor–Brian Heintz and Ammar Nemo, Best Cinematography–Andrew Sosa, and Hottest Up-and-Coming Actor–Patrick Harney.
Says director Rob E. “So proud of everyone involved with Project Horror! It truly takes a team to complete a film, and I’m so grateful for the team we had on this film. It’s really an honor to be nominated by the I See You Awards for these awards!
The premise of this horror film is this: A birthday party takes a dark turn. What happened the night of Beth’s birthday party? Will Jamie be able to help Agent 1 in solving the mysterious events that unfolded?
Since the release of its official trailer, it has received glowing reviews:
Since being posted on December 24, this trailer has had over 5000 views on youtube. So far, this trailer has garnered such praise as:
“Good job – Keep it up – I want to watch your first film!” Lance Kawas
“I can’t wait for this film!” Scott Rayburn
“Not too bad. A bit of it could be fixed, but it looks great!” Bad Seed FX
“Looks fn dope!! I love the score & Springs scream at the end (that echo effect was a nice touch!” Brian Heintz
Says director Robert Holland on Facebook, “The feedback has been overwhelming!! I can’t wait to finish this movie and share it with you all. This is all grassroots marketing, so I can’t thank you enough for sharing the trailer and telling your friends to watch; it’s working!! Thank you for your continued support!”
Where Can You See Project Horror
First up are the I See You Awards. This event will be virtual.
The screenings will be hosted on Bingewave and will be scheduled on a rotating basis. However, for anyone who cannot watch a film(s) at the time it is scheduled, all films will be available for video on demand playback for about a week following the festival.
Please keep in mind that anyone who wants to vote for their favorite film(s) to win a People’s Choice Award will need to place their vote(s) no later than the date the screenings end on Wednesday, August 25th.
If you want to see it on the big screen, this will be a great opportunity.
We will see you there.