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.

A Superhero With Autism

I would like to invite you to my new superhero comic. First of all, I know what you are thinking, “Superhero?… like we don’t have enough of that already.” Well this one is different and unique to me. He is inspired by my nephew, who happens to be autistic, who I also believe is a very smart and very physically fit kid. He led me to the path of writing a story about a hero with autism.

So if you want to see something unique in a genre that have been repetitive lately, then you are only clicks away from experiencing a new story, which is entitled, Djinni

– Synopsis:
Djinni features a superhero with autism, a trait that is in fact a strength for Haythem, the main protagonist. But his powers are not just his lightning speed mind, which makes the whole world move slowly around him, but also because of a deep secret related to Mesopotamia that gave him his immeasurable strength.

01 Dj cover copyright

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.

Callous Official Trailer (2018) Horror Movie

So finally our independent horror movie is ready, and we are celebrating by releasing a movie trailer. Here is the movie synopsis.

 

A girl gets shot during her trip to buy a birthday cake to her brother. Thinking that she woke up in a hospital, she will soon realize the horrors that she is into. She finds herself stuck in a coma; living one nightmare at a time with the end result of her continuously dying. Except with each nightmare, she learns something new. Is she having a nightmare from her dark imagination or is there something real and sinister going on in her sleep? She can only find out one nightmare at a time.

(I know… and just in time for Halloween :D)

 

Story-viewer (The Drenai Saga)

I am the tomb-raider of reviewers; I search for hidden and rare gems that deserve more appreciation.

Today I will be talking about one of my favorite fantasy sagas, and in my opinion, an underappreciated tales with memorable characters.

 

Here’s where you can get all of David Gemmell’s books: https://www.amazon.com/David-Gemmell/…

Drenai Saga Books (In release date order):

Legend (1984) (Originally published in the United States as Against the Horde, re-released as Legend)

The King Beyond the Gate (1985) Waylander (1986) Quest for Lost Heroes (1990)

Waylander II: In the Realm of the Wolf (1992)

The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend (1993)

The Legend of Deathwalker (1996)

Winter Warriors (1997)

Hero in the Shadows (2000)

White Wolf (2004)

The Swords of Night and Day (2004)

(In Chronological order):

Knights of Dark Renown

Morningstar

Waylander

Waylander II: In the Realm of the Wolf

Hero in the Shadows

The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend

The Legend of Deathwalker

White Wolf Legend

The King Beyond the Gate

Quest for Lost Heroes

Winter Warriors

The Swords of Night and Day

Story-viewer (Loving Vincent)

I am the tomb-raider of reviewers; I search for hidden gems that deserves more appreciation. Today I will be talking on my youtube channel about a movie that not only has an interesting and a thought provoking mystery, but also was done in a uniquely creative way and wonderfully enough to be called a modern ninth world wonder. “Loving Vincent”.

(The review has English subtitle, so I hope you will get to enjoy it and most importantly be motivated to watch the movie)