Our Horror Movie Is Out

Two years ago, me and a group of awesome people made a movie that only costed us 3000$. A year later it got accepted into film festivals and won best feature at the Falcon International Film festival, London. And just last week, The movie was released on Amazon Prime. Our movie is a product of international enthusiastic people from different cultural backgrounds including America, China, Russia, Somalia, India, Mauritius, and Iraq (yours truly), which can show that people can get together and unite through art, even if it was a scary kind of art like our movie Callous.

For now the movie is available on Both the U.S. and the U.K.’s Prime video. I’ll be working on making the movie available on more platforms.

Callous U.S. : Amazon.com

Callous U.K.: Amazon.co.uk

Here’s the movie trailer (Be careful, it has a scary part :))

The movie might be a micro (more like nano)- budget film, but it does have its strong moments that I wish to share with horror movie enthusiasts. So have a go at Callous, you might see something you’ll like.

Where do I go from here?

It took me two months to get back to writing my thoughts. Usually I write what my characters are thinking or how they feel in the books that I’m writing, so I might be rusty when it comes to writing about someone you starting to feel you don’t know anymore. For example, I never thought that I would be diagnosed with moderately sever depression. I always thought I was immune to something like that, especially since I’m the kind of person who lives an adventurous life. But that’s a post for another day. I’m here to talk about how 2018 had treated me, and to be honest, it was the best year of my life. I know… weird… one minute I’m mister Blue and now I’m talking about coming out from a magnificent year. Life is strange that way, I guess.

Every year I write about what have I accomplished in the year and post it at new year’s eve, except this year I was sent to the hospital thinking I was having a heart attack, and on my way to the hospital I had my first ever panic attack. My fingers became so stiff I thought my whole body was going to become stiff too. My fingers loosened eventually when the doctor calmly told me to breath normally. My fingers became loose, but I couldn’t type on my keyboard what happened to me throughout the year 2018. So here I am today to do just that; to share what happy events that happened to me, and to remind myself of them.

Here goes.

 

I have written, produced, filmed and directed my first movie ever. Oh and I also composed the music for the film… special effects… did I mention that I did the special effects too?? So yeah maybe you’re all starting to get why I might be depressed. 😀

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Got my masters in Orthodontics

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Traveled through China from West to east

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I walked on a glass bridge between buildings. Also known as a Sky Walk

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Stood under the world’s oldest known archway

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Saw my book, The Remnant, on bookshelves in Kuwait

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My movie got selected in many film festivals

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Started a new comic book about a superhero with autism

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Won an award for best feature film

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My most important even of 2018… hearing the word “Yes” from her

Where will I go from there? We will see. So far we will be going through the first quarter of 2019, and I hope it will be a great year, at least I hope to get well soon. Peace and love to all.

Celebrating our film selection

OFFICIAL SELECTION INT HORROR AWARDS
“OFFICIAL SELECTION”… That’s what’s up.

So today the fruits of our labor are finally ripe. We had worked really hard to get here with a very small budget, but with determination, with having the right attitude, and with the ability to be resilient against all obstacles, we were able to accomplish what many believed was impossible. Our Psychological horror movie got selected by the Independent Horror Movies Awards, a prestigious film festival in the United States of America, who have acknowledged our work and how it was made.

Callous, our independent movie, was a collaborating effort by people from different backgrounds and nationalities, including from Iraq (yours truly), America, China, Russia, Mauritius, India, and Somalia. This movie proves that people from different backgrounds can unit together through art.

“Everything is permitted when you want to be creative” ~ Prismal Entertainment CEO (also yours truly)

Check out the movie trailer on YouTube. And wish us great luck.

The Film Poster For Our Movie

Today I am proud to announce not only how close we are to completing our first feature film, but also proud to present for the first time our movie poster.

Callous poster

Callous is a psychological horror movie that I can’t wait to share with the world once the time is right.

For those who want to have a taste of our horror story telling talents, I would recommend you visiting our three stories that I have written for Halloween:-

The Baby Sitter

You’ll Never Guess

Enjoy the nightmares 😀

I opened my new production company…

Yes… It is sudden news, and it totally explains why I haven’t been posting for months. I have been working with people from all over the world with our new movie, written and directed by me, which was filmed in Dalian city, China.

This is our production logo, also designed and composed by me. The project we are working on at the moment is a psychological horror that keeps you guessing. We are working hard to polish and finish up the movie. Hopefully we will get to share our vision together.

Peace!

~ A. H. Amin