This film has been making its way around the world festival circuit this year, and has been generating some deserved buzz. Written and directed by Richard Powell, the film aims to raise questions about some rather dark-natured things. We didn’t quite know what to expect, given all that we really knew about it going in was that it featured some considerably gooey practical effects, and it was designed to make the viewer uncomfortable.
HEIR set to make its Australian Premiere @ A Night Of Horror International Film Festival, on Sunday, November 27th, 2016 in Newtown, Australia. Check out the full lineup of films & get your tickets now!
“A relative newcomer to the filmmaking life, Zach Green and his production company Fatal Pictures have only been creating movies since 2007, but he has already made a name for himself in indie horror circles. As the driving force behind extreme horror shorts Familiar (2012), Heir (2015), Consumption (2008) and Worm (2010), Zach knows what he wants in a horror movie and surrounds himself with the people who can make it happen. The producer teamed up with director Richard Powell to build Fatal Pictures from the ground up. Together they found actor Robert Nolan to make three of the four shorts so far attributed to Fatal Pictures, and if these films say anything about his future, then you can guarantee that you’ll be seeing the name Zach Green right alongside Eli Roth and James Wan in the very near future.” Read the interview here!
Big thanks to Splats of Blood for the great interview.
Co-founder/producer Zach Green of Fatal Pictures talks on their most recent short film release Heir, written and directed by Richard Powell. The two previous award-winning films Familiar and Worm are also addressed by Zach Green with reflections on how things were then versus now. Familiar is available on iTunes and Heir should be making its way to digital distribution by next year. Heir is currently in its festival circuit with many more exciting festivals in store. Read the entire interview here.