THE PERFECT ONE is a new thriller starring Leah Pipes as Natalie Westport, a new mother dealing with postpartum depression and the intense challenges of early motherhood. She and her husband move to a new town where she meets Grace Gable, a mysterious and alluring woman who seems to be the perfect mother. But as Natalie learns more about this woman, she discovers that nothing is quite as it seems…
The film was sold to Lifetime, and the network changed the title to “Mommy Group Murder.” I fought to keep the original title, but the network felt the change would draw a larger audience. While I hate the television title, I’m extremely proud of the film, and it has been very well received.
The full film is now available on Amazon and iTunes.
Sarah's youngest son, Matt, vanishes in the ocean during a beach vacation. His body is never recovered. Ten years later, Sarah's husband dies in a tragic car accident. As she is trying to put the pieces of her life back together, an 18-year-old boy shows up at her door claiming to be Matt. Where has he been all this time? And why has he just now returned? Is he really her son, or is he a deceitful stranger attempting to claim her husband's inheritance?
STARRING: Olivia d’Abo, Tammy Blanchard, David Garelik, Dan Amboyer, Paloma Guzman, Mason Dye
SPLITTING IMAGE is a Hitchcockian thriller that stars Anna Hutchison (The Cabin in the Woods, Spartacus: Blood and Sand) as Emma, a woman who is happily engaged to a man with an identical twin brother. The mysterious twin has been away for several years, and when he unexpectedly returns home, the details of his dark past begin to unravel. When Emma uncovers his horrifying secret, her life is violently thrown into jeopardy.
Starring: Anna Hutchison, Aaron Arnold, Austin Arnold, Blanche Baker, Elizabeth Masucci, Cheyenne Jackson
SPLITTING IMAGE - Teaser
Inspired by the Amblin films of the 80s (Goonies, E.T., Amazing Stories, etc.), THE SCOUT is a coming-of-age adventure about a group of Raider Scouts who encounter a giant, terrifying creature in the woods. Dedicated to Steven Spielberg.
CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR is a horror anthology film produced by NBCUniversal's Chiller Network. Five emerging filmmakers each directed a segment based on one of the five senses: Nick Everhart (Smell), Emily Hagins (Touch), Miko Hughs (See), Eric England (Taste), Jesse Holland & Andy Mitton (Hear).
Available to rent or own through Scream Factory.
REVIEWS for “Smell” segment:
“The despair-and-grue-filled third act of the story is surprisingly emotional... SMELL sets a high bar for what’s to come, as its creativity and wit are absolutely infectious.” -Fangoria.com
"It's like the grisliest Twilight Zone episode never made, and that's a good thing.” -AisleSeat.com
“It’s apparent through Everhart’s writing that he isn’t putting on a front with his quirky brand of storytelling. It works because it is so genuine.” -CinemaSlasher.com
“My favorite of the bunch… an undeniably cool segment that reminds us of work like 'Creepshow.’” -StarPulse.com
CHILLING VISIONS: 5 Senses of Fear - Trailer
Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear (3min Clip)
A horror short film.
"4 1/2 Stars. " -Film Threat
"It’s almost like writer/director Nick Everhart is slamming his fist down on the table with a smirk here to prove he knows how to construct a classic slasher with an absurd killer." -FilmSchoolRejects.com
"Slash-in-the-box is everything you expect only better." -Creepercast.com
"A tremendous piece of work." -Blind Mouse Entertainment
"Extremely clever and really makes every minute count. [Slash-In-The-Box] deserves some major attention." -MediaMikes.com
"Horror Short Pick of the Week" -TrobysTalesofTerror.com
"As a horror fan, you should not miss this..." -ElGore.com