"THE HOOD HAS EYEZ"
"Brutal, offensive, and F'd up! Hood Has Eyez is mature horror to the max." - GoreHoundsUnite.Com
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Check out the NEW DVD artwork for our upcoming "The Hood Has Eyez" Limited Collector's Edition (release)!, done by the awesome David Barnes aka DB3.
It's Not a Porno Film! It's a HORNO Film!
Indie Bloodbath ...
Is this a kinder, gentler Terrence Williams?
Kick-Ass horror website SlammedAndDamned.Com wrote the following about Terrence Dubya's latest film;
"Self-described guerrilla filmmaker Terrence Williams is back in action with his latest movie, a little piece of nastiness called Horno. Last seen in these parts promoting the unrepentantly offensive The Hood Has Eyez, with this film he’s delivered something a bit different. Is this a kinder, gentler Terrence Williams?" Find out what horror website SlammedAndDamned.Com thinks ...
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RogueCinema.Com wrote; "The last time we saw a movie from Terrence Williams, he was reviving the rape/revenge genre with The Hood Has Eyez, and he did a damn fine job of it. Now, Terrence has moved away from the violent drama, and decided to take a shot at a horror/comedy with Horno."
Is Horno as good a movie as The Hood Has Eyez? READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE to find out:
Another review, another interview. Check it!
Involves zombies with giant dongs who anally rape unsuspecting nymphomaniacs!
Finally, critic/interviewer Sarah Hollender attempted to crack director Terrence Williams head wide open! Does she succeed? Find out:
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HorrorSociety.Com just took a right turn down the wrong street by reviewing The Hood Has Eyez.
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SearchMyTrash.Com just dug into the tomb of terror and reviewed "Revenge of La Llorona."
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Hello everyone! I'm excited to announce that the teaser trailer for our next feature film, "HORNO" is now live.
When filmmaker Terrence Williams tried to sell his latest movie The Hood Has Eyez on CreateSpace.com, he was turned down. “Unfortunately, we are unable to accept ‘The Hood Has Eyez’ due to its extremely disturbing graphic nature,” he was told. The rape/revenge film starring Cyd Schulte, Jesselynn Desmond and Jamielyn Kane was also originally called “just too strong” by Sub Rosa Studios, although they later released the film on DVD nationwide. Greg Stanina, who composed the film’s score, went as far as saying the movie “makes ‘Last House on the Left’ look like an episode of ‘Sesame Street.’” Just a bunch of hype? Find out what PollyStaffle.com has to say about it here:
For those of you who haven't gotten a chance to pick up "The River: Legend of La Llorona" or "Revenge of La Llorona," when they were previously released this is your chance. Both films will be released for THE THIRD TIME on a new Pendulum Pictures DVD box set titled "BLOODY NIGHTMARES" which has 100 HORROR FILMS on 24 DVD's! All for the low price of $44.98 - So there's bound to be something on the set you like.
This is for TRUE LOVERS of indie-horror and not for the faint of heart. The box set hits store shelves August 19!
Splatter fests and other-worldly evils await. Vixens, serial killers, demons and flesh-hungry mutant freaks are all locked up here begging to escape. Dare to open the tomb and unleash the wickedness inside but be warned: Bloody Nightmares makes Pandora's Box look like a gift from the heavens! So check your sanity at the door and get ready for a blood-soaked marathon of gore, madness and depravity. With so many hours of terror, the nightmares will never end!
100 mind-blowing horror films on 24 DVDs make for endless hours of entertainment.
1. Abberdine County Conjuror
2. Barely Legal Lesbian Vampires
3. Before I Die
4. Bewitching, The
5. Blood Legend
6. Blood Sucking Babes from Burbank
7. Burning Dead
8. Candle in the Dark, A
9. Capture the Flag
10. Catholic Ghoulgirls
11. Crate, The
12. Crawlspace, The
13. Crucifier, The
14. Cutting Room, The
15. Dead 7
16. Dead Body Man
17. Dead is Dead
18. Dead Live, The
19. Death From Beyond
20. Demon Seduction
21. Demon Slaughter
22. Devil's Moon
23. Disk Jockey
25. Edgar Allan Poe's Madhouse
26. Flesh Eating Ghouls from Outer Space
27. From Venus
32. Hell's Highway
33. Hellbound: Book of the Dead
34. High Desert
35. Hip Hop Locos
36. Hollywood Vampyr
37. Human Behavior
38. I Dream of Dracula
39. I Hate You
42. Jim Haggerty's The Slasher
43. Kill the Scream Queen
44. Kill Them And Eat Them
45. Las Vegas Blood Bath
47. Lunar Pack, The
50. Mayhem Motel
51. Night Owl, The
52. Nightmare Asylum
53. Nightmare Museum
54. None Left Standing
55. Off The Beaten Path
57. Prehistoric Bimbos in Armageddon City
59. Rape is a Circle
60. Reanimator Academy
61. Redneck County Fever
62. Revenge of La Llorona
63. River, The: Legend of La Llorona
64. Rose of Death
65. Scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest
66. Season in Hell
67. Serial Killer
68. Shadow Hunters
69. Shower of Blood
70. Shunned House, The
71. Siege of Evil
74. Sleep Disorder
75. So Mort It Be
76. Somnambulists, The
77. Soul of the Demon
78. Strange Things Happen At Sundown
79. Suburban Sasquatch
80. Summer of the Massacre, The
81. Tales of Terror
82. Terror at Baxter U
83. Terror Toons
85. This Darkness
86. Three Can Keep a Secret
87. To Become One
88. Todd Sheets' Sorority Babes in the Dance-A-Thon of Death
89. Toe Tags
90. Traveler, The
91. Unborn Sins
92. Up For Rent
93. Vampire Hunter
94. Veil, The
95. Vulture's Eye, The
96. When Heaven Comes Down
98. Witching, The
99. Woodland Haunting 2, The
100. Zombie Rampage
What’s up fellow freaks and geeks!!
"The Hood Has Eyez" will be playing June 14th (Saturday) at THE CINCINNATI HORROR FILM FESTIVAL in the great city of Cincinnati, Ohio. There will be 12 hours of Indie horror films (both short and feature length films), guest speakers, and more bloody fun at the Fairfield Community Arts Center in Fairfield, OH (its a suburb of Cincinnati, for those that are wondering!!) "The Hood Has Eyez" will be playing at 9:00 pm (the last film of the night) right before the awards and closing ceromonies. So if you are in the Ohio area stop by and check out some kick ass films and help out the indie horror community by showing your support for the artist. You can pre-order your tickets now at the website: http://cincinnati.horrorsociety.com until May 12th for a lower rate. Shit, they are low enough! Only $12 now and after May 12th they are only $15!! For all 12 hours of horror!! This festival is for the filmmakers. All proceeds will go to the next film festival which will be bigger and better. So check out the site for all the info and check out the theater they have, it’s great! This should be a fun time for all, so grab your tickets now and join us down there on June 14th!!
Saturday June 14, 2008
11:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Fairfield Community Arts Center - Theater
411 Wessel Drive
Fairfield, OH 45014
Cult website Cinema Crazed.Com just reviewed "The Hood Has Eyez" for their 2nd annual GRINDHOUSE REVIEW FEST.
Visit the link below to see what they had to say about our indie exploitation gem:
Review by: zer0hal0
Date: 8th April 2008
A young shy teenage girl named Kimmy (Cyd Schulte) is trying to fit into the so called “popular
group” and will do just about anything to fit in. That’s until her 2 spoiled rich high school friends
Susan (Jesselynn Desmond) and Rachel (Jamielyn Kane) decide they all should skip school and attend a ditch party in the hood. Before getting into Kimmy’s car, all of a sudden Susan’s friend Jerry (Tom Curitore) also decides to skip school and accompanies the 3 girls to the party.
Unfortunately that following day slowly ends up becoming their worst nightmare. When Kimmy
accidentally hits a half naked Latino woman with her car in the backstreets of the hood, frantic
and scared, they quickly get out of the car to see if the women is still alive, sadly Jerry can’t find
a pulse and they quickly try to come up with a suggestion to make their problem go away. Susan who is buzzing on cocaine comes up with the idea to leave the body on the side of the road, and wants to forget that this ever happened. All of a sudden the mysterious woman jumps back to life and scares the teenagers making them run off down the road an head on into 2 ex-con Latino gang members Joker (Carlos Javier Castillo) and Psycho (Antonio Royuela). The 3 girls and Jerry are held at gun point, and made to follow them back to their gang territory where they are soon accompanied by a third gang member Shy Girl (Anne Stinnett) who basically played possum when jumping out in front of their car. The helpless four teens soon find themselves being mugged, tied to a fence and then one by one are subsequently humiliated, submitted to absurd sexual acts, violently raped, tortured, sodomised, assaulted and then murdered in cold blood. Susan, who was passed out, awakes and manages to make a quick exist leaving Kimmy crying out for help while face flat on the ground after recovering from a viscous rape, while Rachel is at the time being sodomised with a broken beer bottle. Scared for her own life, Susan leaves Kimmy behind for the gang to come back for second helpings and tells Kimmy she is going to bring back some help. It’s not long after the police sirens go off in the distance and the gang flee the scene with the money, but lucky for Kimmy, Psycho’s gun jams and he quickly runs off. When Kimmy gets to her feet, she finds her best friends Rachel and Jerry dead, and decides to take things into her own hands, and begins to seek revenge on the gang. As the table has turned the gang members are one by one are submitted to play her revenge games which she leaves Psycho for the picking last.
A couple months back I was browsing through Myspace and I found the official The Hood Has
Eyez Myspace page www.myspace.com/cinemathreat and after checking out the trailer I had
to watch this film. I don’t know it was that made me want to see this film so badly, maybe it was
the fact of seeing hot gorgeous teenager being Dirty Sanchezed by a Latino gangster that did it
for me. Who knows? But one thing I will say is that, I am fucking glad I had the chance to review
this little rape/revenge gem.
This film is written, directed by independent filmmaker Terrence Williams, who also happens to
have a short cameo within the film as a black married man who keeps on dozing off on Susan while she is screwing his brains out in a public toilet at the beginning of the film. The Hood Has Eyez is not this director’s first full length featurette film, but instead this is his fifth attempt at directing and writing a movie. I personally haven’t had the chance of reviewing any of his previous films, but after watching The Hood Has Eyez I can absolutely see myself tracking down some of his earlier films in the near future.
Before I even watched this film, the title alone kind of had me thinking “what was I in for?” was I
going to be watching a zero budget tongue in cheek version of Wes Cravens: The Hills Have
Eyes? But instead this isn’t even the case; The Hood Has Eyez does not even resemble The
Hills Have Eyes not even in the slightest bit. Surprisingly the film kind of reminded me of a low
budget version of I Spit On Your Grave mixed with another one of Wes Craven’s earlier film called The Last House On The Left but bringing out a new fresh look to those old 70s rape and revenge roughies. I really have to hand it to Terrence to have the balls to create such a brutal, sadistic twisted film which falls into the same category as these older cults classic films I have grown up loving. I can’t recall how many times when watching this film it had my emotions jumping from down to up, while I found myself slightly turning my head away from the TV and squinting my eyes from the extreme torture scenes. One minute it’s a low angel up the skirt panty scene and then the next it’s some guy pulling out a tampon and then sucking the blood out it. This went on and on throughout the whole film, and honestly I loved every single minute of this film and most of all the impact it had on me.
The cast in this film, I couldn’t really place anyone’s face in any other films. Actress Cyd Schulte
most definitely played a solid role as Kimmy and gave an outstanding realistic performance
throughout the film. But the cast member who stole the spotlight is none other than actor Antonio Royuela who played the role as gang member Psycho. Where his character unplugs a Susan’s tampon and said “I always wanted to know what a catholic school tastes like” and begins to suck the blood from it and then says “I always wanted to know the difference between a 69 and 6.9, now I know, it’s a period”. Not even David Hess in his whole career was that vile enough to portray a scene like that.
The gore factor is roughly borderline, some scenes can be very disturbing to watch at times, while other times can be tame but still very enjoyable to watch. Some of the props Terrence used were in-fact realistic sex toys (male penis, woman’s vagina), but incredibly it still manages to have that shock effect and tricks the audience in thinking that it could be real. There is only a handful of cast members listed in this film, and I really don’t want to spoil too many of the scenes for you in the way they are tortured to death. But I will say this, 80% of the final scenes are brutal as fuck, especially when it comes to the revenge on the gang members.
The Hood Has Eyez also has a high level of T&A (Tits and Ass) scenes. Just about every female
cast in this film gets right down to their bare skin, and doesn’t mind showing their goods off to the camera, but sadly actress Jamielyn Kane who played Rachel didn’t strip down or flash a boob. And sorry girls/gays there was no full male nudity presented in this film.
The score I have to say was original, and suited the movie. Every time something extreme was
going to happen unfortunately the score gave it away. But the sound itself has a Celtic Goth feel
to it, similar to the score in Cannibal Holocaust with those deep ping dropping sounds.
I can’t really comment on the DVD extras because the movie I had the pleasure to review was a
screener. The only extra presented on the screener was a trailer and that’s about it. But
according to Amazon.com this movie does contains the original uncut version (which no doubt is the version I reviewed) of the film, behind the scenes, bloopers, trailer, still photo gallery.
I know now days you tend to see a lot of handheld low budget films hit the shelves of your local
video store, and yeah, some of them turn out to be utter shit. Trust me, I have come across so
many in my time, and still to this day I end up being tricked into grabbing a dud every now and
then. But I can assure you that Terrence Williams: The Hood Has Eyez is one film you won’t
regret buying and owning on DVD. If you enjoy watching rape and revenge films as I mentioned
before, low budget effects, an un-named cast, lots of nudity, extreme violent torture, well then
this film is what you want to get right now.
If I have to sum up The Hood Has Eyez in a few short words I would have to say “Extremely
Sadistic, Grotesque and Sinister”.
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Good little catholic schoolgirl Kimmy and her friends have cut class to attend a party somewhere in "The Hood", but on the way they get themselves lost and fall into the clutches of a sadistic street thug and his two cronies. An extended period of rape, murder, and general unpleasantness follows, and after being left for dead at the end of her ordeal Kimmy has just one thing on her mind. And it involves a tasty dish that is best served cold…
Truly independent filmmaking (and by "truly independent" I mean movies where it's basically the director and a handful of friends doing everything with virtually no money to play with) has always been a force to be reckoned with as indie filmmakers are ballsy enough - or perhaps unscrupulous enough - to film the sort of craziness you would never see at your local multiplex, but over the past couple of years the independent scene has lost some of it's verve in my opinion. With budgets getting lower and lower to the point where movies are being made for less than a 15 year old McDonalds employees daily earnings, a lot of independent films have become nothing more than dull gab fests shot by amateur hacks with no real desire to shock or scare their audience, while Hollywood on the other hand has embraced blood and guts, with slick major studio efforts like The Hills Have Eyes (2006) and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning containing more torture and mayhem than 80% of the independent product being churned out.
Thankfully, The Hood Has Eyez is the sort of indie movie that makes Hollywood look like a bunch of pussies.
Written, directed, photographed, and edited by Terrence Williams, The Hood Has Eyez is an undeniably cheap affair, but while the lack of funds means we don't get anything resembling a "polished" production, Williams clearly has some fucked-up ideas running through his head and is more than happy to put them on screen. High on the list of indecencies committed during this film are: golden showers, soiled tampon sucking, coat hanger foetus removal, violation with a broken beer bottle, penis nailing, and more than one instance of anal molestation – one of which culminates with the victim receiving a "Dirty Sanchez". Yes, this really is a treat for the whole family, provided that family is a bunch of hardened exploitation loving nutters of course. It probably reads a little nastier than it really is, but even with a few amateurish gore effects that might not get the stamp of approval from Tom Savini, The Hood Has Eyez is the sort of film that will definitely offend people. Perhaps not your average Digital Retribution reader though.
As a revenge film The Hood Has Eyez has a lot more in common with low budget 70s and 80s entires like I Spit on Your Grave rather than the slicker, stylized new millennium revengesploitationers like Kill Bill and Death Sentence. Several sequences – particularly the initial brutalization of Kimmy and her school friends - are genuinely unpleasant to sit through (viewers of all genders will be crossing their legs at some point with both male and female genital trauma on the menu), and while the zero-budget production values might also make the whole experience unpleasant in a completely different way for those who prefer their movies with a dash of Michael Bay-esque pizzazz, the bargain basement quality does gives the whole film a gritty realism, despite the aforementioned amateurish gore effects and vanilla cinema verite style camera work. Also, like I Spit on Your Grave, this is a bleak viewing experience from start to finish, and there is no real feeling of triumph at any point, even when the traumatized and presumably broken (mentally at least) Kimmy begins to exact her bloody revenge. The downbeat denouement in particular offers no real winners, only losers. Williams does find time for a brief moment or two of levity in amongst the extreme material though. Watch for Kimmy doing her best Rambo impression as she ties a bra around her forehead before going in to battle!
As with many production of its ilk, the acting quality varies. None of the performances are appalling, although you may find it hard to believe that some of the cast actually are good little school girls as most of them looked old enough to have graduated several years earlier (in fact, according to IMDB profiles the "school girls" are all in their 30s, but they look great in tartan mini skirts so I'm sure as hell not complaining!) The two pivotal characters - Kimmy (Cyd Schulte) and Psycho (Antonio Royuela), the perpetrator of most of the atrocities inflicted upon the girls – are played quite well. Schulte is believable both as the innocent schoolgirl and the crazed vengeance seeker who begins to imitate her attackers speech and mannerisms, while Royuela delivers a thoroughly repellent villain that is grounded in reality.
Location wise, while it is set in the inner city, The Hood Has Eyez feels very much like a backwoods horror movie. After all, for a group of white catholic schoolgirls the ghetto is probably just as foreign as the Georgia backwoods were to Burt Reynolds and his white collar rafting buddies in Deliverance. Also, with the urban setting it feels as though the events are hitting a little closer to home, and it's not a stretch to imagine someone we know winding up in a situation like this. Most of us don't live in fear of cannibalistic inbred hillbillies as we are far removed from the backwoods environment, but urban violence is something that can affect anyone. Although the film and its characters are distinctly American, those of us outside the USA can still relate to the setting, as most westernized countries have their own versions of "The Hood" where young mini skirt clad school girls fear to tread.
You really will need to be fan of truly independent filmmaking in order to tolerate its no budget aesthetic, but if you crave the sort of rape/revenge nastiness that Hollywood will never project on the big screen then The Hood Has Eyez will deliver, and at just 67 minutes long it doesn't outstay its welcome. It's got a gratuitous shower scene, murder, sodomy, genital abuse, bloodied tampon tea bagging (possibly the vilest thing I've witnessed for a while - seriously!), backyard abortions, and a whole lot more. Honestly, if that's not appealing then you are of sound mind and will not be able to enjoy a movie like this. I'm definitely looking forward to checking out more from Terrence Williams, if only to see what other fucked-up ideas the guy has.
Taking a page from the Quiroz brothers’ Hood of the Living Dead, or Snoop Dogs’s Bones, The Hood Has Eyez brings Wes Craven’s Last House on the Left to East L.A.
Featuring the oldest high school students in film history, Hood follows three private school “girls” running around in short plaid skirts, never skimping on the panty shots or T&A. The girls decide to skip school, but of course wind up in the wrong end of tha hood where they are kidnapped, raped, and tortured until one escapes and gets her bloody revenge.
Most reviews of The Hood Have Eyez are going to read like a list of obscenities: rape, dirty sanchez (smearing shit under someone’s nose), castration, tampon licking, coat hanger abortions, and these are just a few things that happen in this film. I say if John Waters could become famous for filming a fat cross-dresser eating dog poop why can’t these guys? Actually, if the people behind Hood should be recognized for anything it should be the fact that they at least made a rape/revenge film, a subgenre not many people tend to revisit these days.
The funniest part of the film, besides the actresses they picked for teens, is during the abortion scene. They used one of those fake plastic pussies I used to sell at my porn shop. I was proud that it looked like they spent a little extra cash on the cyber-skin model and didn’t go with the cheap Wal-mart version. I do have to wonder if it was from one of the crew’s private collection, which is a grosser thought than the actual scene.
As for shock value, I hate to admit it, but the hardcore horror fan that has seen even the basic rape/revenge 101 is not going to be too shocked. Horror fans do not really respond to being outrageous just for the sake of being outrageous. We need a little more.
With that said, The Hood Has Eyez does push the envelope very far. Most movies that claim to be too brutal and controversial these days fail miserably to deliver, but Hood does give you what it promises. It will make pansies who’s mangina’s are still aching from so-called “torture porn” have to go back to the lame label board and invent a new term. It is vicious, crass, and contains no redeeming value. It is only here to offend and shock you and for a lot it people it probably will.
The Hood Has Eyez
Director: Terrence Williams
Stars: Cydne Schulte, Carlos Castillo, Jesselynn Desmond
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Cinema Threat Productions
Running Time: 67Mins
Review Rating: 4 Stars
Official Website: http://www.hoodhaseyez.sinfree.net/
The Hood Has Eyez is one of the most controversial horror films out there in the independent horror scene, for its disturbing and offensive content. The film is so controversial that the filmmakers had to distribute it themselves, as nobody has the balls to distribute it.
The film is about Kimmy, a shy teenager who wants to fit in with her classmates. In order to fit in, she decides to ditch class, along with a couple of classmates. While having a good time, the three accidentally hit someone. The three girls then try to cover up the accident until a couple of gangsters come along bent on doing harm to the girls. They then proceed to humiliate and torture the girls, but they leave forgetting to make sure that Kimmy is dead. Now in a demented state of mind, she is out for revenge. She won’t stop until all the gangsters pay for what they did to her. The Hood Have Eyez is not a spoof or has no relation to Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes.
This film is definitely not for the weak of heart. The Hood Have Eyez is a very frightening and disturbing film that would be on a grindhouse double bill. Director Terrence Williams does a great job with the horror aspects here. Some of the images in the film were disturbing to watch, which is one of the ingredients to make an effective horror film. It’s something that major studio films don’t do that much. The violence felt terrifying, as it wasn’t cheesy or misplaced. His story and screenplay were very good. The screenplay goes into the frightening aspects of abductions. It gave me the sense of fear for the characters during the torture scenes in the first half of the film. The screenplay and direction keeps the tension of the film up through out.
Williams also did a good job with the actors. Their performances were very good especially, from Cydne Schulte. Her performance was very good. Her role must have been a little challenging. In the first half of film, her character has to be shy and victimized, and then the character has to be completely insane. She did a very good job being both throughout the film.
Horror fans should take note of this film. The Hood Has Eyez will satisfy the blood lust of gorehounds everywhere.
To purchase this film you can log on to the film official site at http://www.hoodhaseyez.sinfree.net/
The Hood has Eyez
Nicole Williams, Marcelo Molina (executive) for Cinema Threat Productions
directed by Terrence Williams
starring Cyd Schulte, Antonio Royuela, Anne Stinnett, Jesselynn Desmond, Jamielyn Kane, Carlos Javier Castillo, Tom Curitore, Terrence Williams
written by Terrence Williams, music by QDC, Greg Stanina, cinematography by Terrence Williams, special effects by Terrence Williams, Nicole Williams
Superficial blondes Susan (Jesselynn Desmond) and Rachel (Jamielyn Kane) persuade good girl Kimmy (Cyd Schulte) to skip school and instead go to a party together with Jerry (Tom Curitore), but they are not even half there when their car hits Shy Girl (Anne Stinnett), who ran the streets only in her underwear - and our quartet panics enough to abandon the car and try to get away on foot ... until they run into Psycho (Antonio Royuela) and Joker (Carlos Javier Castillo), two small-fry gangsters, who actually used Shy Girl - Psycho's girlfriend - as a decoy and who now rob them at gunpoint. However, once the gangsters realize the youngsters have not got all that much money, Psycho decides to instead have a little fun with them. First they humiliate Susan who has her period (a scene which includes a tampon-sucking scene), then Kimmy is burtally raped by Psycho (much to the dismay of Shy Girl), and finally Rachel is fucked by a bottle. And Jerry, who tries to make a getaway, is just shot dead.
At the sound of police sirens though our gangsters panic, and they quickly kill Rachel by ramming a broken bottle up her vagina. In all the confusion though, Susan manages to escape, but when Kimmy begs her to help her, Susan selfishly leaves her friend behind ...
Joker and Shy Girl soon decides it's time to split, but Psycho stays behind to enjoy his triumph over Kimmy a bit before shooting her. But when he finally wants to shoot her for good, he realizes his gun's out of ammo, so he sees no alternative than to let her live, figuring it wouldn't do all that much harm. However, the experience drove Kimmy over the brink, and now she's out for revenge ... and her first victim is Susan, who has abandoned her and whom she now strangles when Susan thinks herself back in the saftety of the car.
Then Kimmy sneaks up on Psycho and Shy Girl and listening in on their conversation, she learns that Shy Girl is pregnant from Psycho - so Kimmy waits until she catches her alone, ties her to a tree, and performs a makeshift abortion, which naturally costs Shy Girl her life.
Psycho and Joker soon notice something's dead wrong, so they decide to search the area each one on his own - which gives Kimmy plenty of opportunity to sneak up on Joker and decapitate him with a shovel. Then she moves in on Psycho for the grand finale, in which she knocks him out, ties him up, drives a nail into his penis, rapes him anally with a pole of wood, then cuts off his balls and feeds them to him. However, ultimately she has to realize that it is still Psycho who has won the game - but as a rare exception to my site's spoiler policies (to always give away the ending), I won't give away the final plottwist this time ...
First of all: If you are of the political correct denomination, don't watch that film, you will not like it (even though on closer inspection the film is far less politically incorrect than it seems to be). Also, if you have got a weak stomach, don't watch. If you are a gorehound however, or a fan of 1970's grindhouse flicks, then this one is for you, a film about the torture, rape and humiliation of three pretty girls in schoolgirl uniforms including one of the girls' bloody revenge.
However, The Hood has Eyez is not just one mindless, misogynistic gorefest that has little to go for it above the violence, actually writer/director Terrence Williams shows remarkable skills in storytelling and character development, especially as the film is only approximately 70 minutes long, and somehow all the brutality makes sense in the context of his story instead of the story serving as a mere hanger for gruesome scene after gruesome scene.
On a directorial level, the film comes across as extremely savage, not so much because the violence is so explicit but because of the use of documentary- or news-style camerawork including handheld camera, long shots and sudden camera moves, which suggest a certain closeness to and authenticy of onscreen events. Plus, in this case, the obviously low budget works for the film, as it limits the number of locations which gives the film a much more coherent feel. And of course, certain very subtle references to 1970's grindhouse cinema are nothing short of charming (at least to fans like me).
That the key actors Cyd schulte and Antonio Royuela are impressive in their roles of course also helps ...
In all, watch this movie ... but only if you're sure you can stomach it !
review © by Mike Haberfelner
2007 Has Come and Gone...
...And it was a very busy year for Cinema Threat Productions.
First off, 4 of our movies were released this year! For those of you who don’t know,
“The River: Legend of La Llorona” was released a SECOND TIME on the “DECREPIT CRYPT OF NIGHTMARES” horror box set!
Go to AMAZON.COM, BESTBUY.COM, CIRCUITCITY.COM and check your sanity at the door and get ready for a blood-soaked marathon of gore, madness and depravity. With so many hours of terror, the nightmares will never end. There are 50 movies on the box set so clear your schedule and drink lots of coffee. FYI, "The River: Legend of La Llorona" was originally released on the "Hostile Hauntings" 2 Disc DVD set. That pack has 6 horror films on it.
Next up “Revenge of La Llorona” was finally released on the “TOMB OF TERRORS” horror box set. This pack also has another 50 films of depravity, debauchery, and other ghoulish stuff. That’s also at AMAZON.COM, CIRCUITCITY.COM, and BESTBUY.COM
For those of you Gore-whores out there who want to see “Revenge of La Llorona” but don't want to buy the entire "Tomb of Terrors" box set, you can snatch up a copy of this cinematic orgy of boobs and blood from INDIEFLIX.COM – You won’t be disappointed.
“Curse of La Llorona” was also released on DVD at retailers nationwide in October, completing the “Llorona Trilogy.” Get one or get them all… we promise you will be entertained.
Finally, our urban horror opus, “The Hood Has Eyez” was released on DVD this past July and has been receiving lots of positive reviews. To see the film that critics everywhere are calling "one of the sickest horror films of the year, and one of the best indie films," go on over to AMAZON.COM and get one for yourself. You won't regret it.
In August, I had the chance to see a daring new movie, The Hood Has Eyez. What's so daring about it? Well, not many indie directors would have the nerve to film a horrific rape scene today, no matter how integral to the storyline, but Terrence Williams is out there on the cutting edge and, because of his daring, The Hood Has Eyez is one of the most effective indie movies I've ever seen. You can read a full review by clicking here, it's a great movie and, having seen other movies by Mr. Williams, I felt like it was time we had a chat with this up and coming indie writer/director.
BM - Thanks for taking the time.
TW - No problem, I appreciate it.
BM - Let's dive right in, how did you get started making movies?
TW - I used to make these Twilight Zone type short stories with a friend on his Hi-8 camera back in the day and I was into drawing my own comics. So I always wanted to make films or at least tell stories. Once I got older I went to film school and said “this is definitely what I want to do!”
BM - The first films of yours that I personally saw were the La Llorona trilogy, what gave you the idea for that? Is La Llorona a real urban legend?
TW - I have always been a big fan of horror films, and I mean the underground taboo stuff, and once I began directing I badly wanted to do a horror movie. I wanted to do something different though. I always thought La Llorona was an interesting Mexican folktale and growing up Latino I always heard about the Weeping Lady… It just made sense to take that legend and create my own character from it with my own twist. The story of La Llorona is a real story, right up until the part she drowns her two children and then herself, but as far as her coming back to life – the press is still out on that one. In the past I have had people swear to me that they have seen her with their own eyes. Who knows?
BM - According to IMDB (which I know can be wrong sometimes) you appeared in Spike Lee's Mo' Better Blues, how did that influence you?
TW - That damn IMDB! Some of the acting credits aren’t mine, Mo’ Better Blues is one of those. I have petitioned relentlessly to get the credits that are not mine off of my profile but to no avail. But I do watch Spike Lee movies and they have influenced me.
BM - Sorry, it serves me right for trusting IMDB too much! Your latest movie, The Hood Has Eyez, is probably one of the most daring indie movies I've ever seen. You're not afraid to 'go there' as they say. Did you ever have any reservations about some of the content in the movie?
TW - Yes. After I wrote the script I felt that I had taken things a little too far and almost re-wrote some things and then I came to my senses and remembered why I set out to make the movie in the first place. To shock and entertain. I did face the reality that finding people to do the movie as well as distribute it would be difficult if not impossible. That worried me... that no one else would see that there is a genre for rape/revenge. Most of the actors in the film didn’t believe that there is a market for this type of thing, until I showed them Thriller: A Cruel Picture, I Spit On Your Grave, Last House On The Left. I have discovered that most actors aren’t that film savvy.
BM - Your movies have an urban setting, is that something that you do intentionally?
TW - Yes. I live in Los Angeles and there are a lot of cool settings out here and I always wanted to use the city as a backdrop for my films. I could have easily gone out to Lancaster or Orange County and shot in those exotic locations but L.A. has a gritty feel to it. Plus, when my wife, Nicole, and I set out to create Cinema Threat Productions we wanted our focus to be on urban themed films. So far we have succeeded in that. Transit, my first feature is an urban tale about a graffiti artist. The Llorona trilogy is an urban telling of the Weeping Lady, and The Hood Has Eyez is just hood all the way around.
BM - Nicole is a co-producer of your movies, usually. Is it hard working together?
TW - No, not at all. We share the same tastes in movies and have a clear understanding of what we want to achieve with a film. Originally my production company had a third producer who did not see eye to eye with us at all, so we parted ways. She was the co-producer on Transit and we constantly fought. We didn’t see eye to eye on anything. Nicole, on the other hand, read and understood our company goal to make quality, indie urban themed films. We are not trying to be Hollywood.
BM - This one is a bit awkward. The Hood Has Eyez is one of those movies that inspire, the insane (and uninformed) feminist crowd to arms. Was there ever any issue with working with Nicole on something that graphic?
TW - No. One of my wife’s favorite movies is Visitor Q! She likes this genre of film just as much as I do and we have had several angry emails and letters sent to us for making “The Hood.” Oddly, men have been the ones getting bent out of shape over the abortion scene and Psycho’s torture scene. I don’t get it. Most chicks have liked the movie so far, and the rest of them haven’t even bothered with it. A few of the torture ideas were actually Nicole’s.
BM - You write, direct, act and produce (among other things), if you could only pick one talent to pursue, which would it be?
TW - Writing. I think a movie comes to life on the page and screenwriting is one of the most under appreciated jobs out there. Without a good script nothing happens. As a director I just follow what I write and then expand upon that in the editing room. So it all stems from the writing.
BM - The Hood Has Eyez is a great revenge movie, is there any thought to doing a sequel?
TW - As a matter of fact, after the premiere screening we all looked at each other and said, we have to make a sequel to this. One of the female moviegoers who saw the film came up with a great idea for a sequel and I’m going to run with it. See, chicks have been very supporting of the film.
BM - What would your dream project be?
TW - I have this gangster thing I have been writing for some time now. Something on the level of the Godfather or Goodfellas. Of course there is no way in hell I would attempt to be better than those movies, but it’s an epic movie about gang culture in Los Angeles. Cinema Threat is going to need Hollywood backing to make that one. In all honesty though, The Hood Has Eyez was one of my dream projects. I have daydreamed about making this film for at least four years, so I am still on cloud nine since we have pulled it off.
BM - Well, you did pull it off...with flying colors, it really is a movie that deserves to be seen! Thanks for taking the time, I appreciate it.
TW - Thank you.
Terrence Williams is one of those filmmakers that really deserves to have their work seen more widely, if you have the chance to see The Hood Has Eyez, you should run...not walk...down to the theatre and check it out. It's graphic, it's violent and it's one of the best movies of the year! To find out more about Terrence, Nicole and their movies, you can head over to The Hood Has Eyez web site or to just get a copy for yourself! It's well worth your money and time! We here at Rogue Cinema look forward to the Hood sequel, and whatever Terrence and Nicole get up to next, we're sure that it'll be worth checking out!
|ScreamTV Interview: Terrence Williams|| || || |
|Written by Theron Neel|
|Saturday, 22 September 2007|
|Actor, writer, director, producer—Terrence Williams has done a bit of everything over the years. A self-described guerilla filmmaker, Williams and his wife, Nicole, run an independent production company called Cinema Threat Productions in Los Angeles. ScreamTV recently caught up with Terrence to talk about his latest film, The Hood Has Eyez-- Premiering tonight at 8:00 PM (9:00 PM Eastern) only on ScreamTV.|
Before we talk about The Hood Has Eyez, your latest film, I’d like to ask about how you got your start. I believe you began as an actor, didn’t you?
I began acting in small parts just because I was interested in the movie business and wanted to learn how it works. I wasn’t serious about doing that; however, I was serious about writing screenplays.
While in school, I partnered with someone who wanted to produce the project, we raised the money, and shot the movie. It was picked up by Maverick Entertainment and released in retail chains across the country, as well as in the U.K. and South Africa. After the success of that film and all the drama I went through making that movie, I knew [directing] was what I wanted to do. If you can look at your job and be okay with dealing with the negative points and not just the positive, then you know you’re in good company.
Was the formation of Cinema Threat Productions the next natural step to making the movies you wanted to make, the way you wanted to make them?
The whole point of starting Cinema Threat was to be able to embrace digital technology and make the type of movies that you could never make through the typical Hollywood channels, like The Hood Has Eyez—to take real risks with storytelling. The original person I had went into business with didn’t have the same vision as me, so we parted ways.
Where did you get the idea for The Hood Has Eyez?
I have always wanted to do a rape/revenge film that takes things to the next level. I also wanted to do one that people hadn’t really seen before. Here in L.A., we have a huge gang problem. Growing up, I never worried about running into some “Texas Chain Saw type hillbillies.” I worried about getting shot or jacked by the gang bangers in my neighborhood. I knew people like Psycho and Joker [characters in The Hood Has Eyez], and believe it or not, I based most of their actions on things gangsters I knew actually did. That’s the true horror behind The Hood Has Eyez.
The Hood Has Eyez is a pretty intense flick. The whole cast had roles that I’m sure pushed them somewhat beyond their usual comfort level.
Most of the actors who signed on to do this project pretty much knew what they were getting into. I had some of them watch similar films, like I Spit On Your Grave, and another film I did called Revenge of La Llorona. The majority of them didn’t realize there is an entire market for these types of films. They thought I was just crazy. On location I think the “Dirty Sanchez” scene, as well as the tampon scene and the rape scene with the bottle, made a few people uncomfortable. Oddly, it made the actors who weren’t in the scene [feel] weird.
Did you write the role of Kimmy with Cydne Schulte in mind?
Even though they had already read the script, was there ever any uncomfortable moments during shooting? If so, as a director, how do you handle these situations?
For the most part, they trusted me, and I never made anyone do anything they did not want to do. Had an actor told me “I really don’t feel comfortable doing such and such,” I would have changed the script accordingly or at least tried to come to an agreement. I am the type of director who likes for his actors to believe in what they are doing as much as I do. I do not want to force anything.
At the same time, I will not allow an actor to change the script just because they want to. They have to have a valid reason. For instance, when Psycho pulls out the bottle from underneath Rachel’s skirt after raping her, the bottle originally had honey glaze on the rim and he was supposed to lick it off, but the actress who played Rachel did not feel comfortable with this because of how her husband might react. She was okay with the rest of the scene where he fucks her with it, but not that. So I cut it out.
Wow, that’s funny. How do you handle the casting process? I notice that you often work with the same actors repeatedly. Do you try to find people that work well and then hang on to them?
As a director I love working with the same actors if the role fits them. Finding good actors is very hard. Even though I live in L.A. where there is no shortage of “actors,” finding talented actors is something else. Then there’s the issue of finding committed people. When we are working on independent films, commitment is just as important as talent. Some actors I have worked with once and we both part ways; with others, there is a chemistry and I try to build a relationship with them professionally.
Typically we take four to six days to shoot a project and one month to cut the picture and complete post. What takes us the longest is pre-production. On The Hood Has Eyez, we had begun casting and working out the kinks back in January of this year, and we didn’t shoot until June.
What moment in this movie are you most proud of? What part do you still love every time you see it?
It would have to be Psycho’s torture scene. A lot of people get bent up about the abortion scene, but my favorite is when Kimmy returns the favor to Psycho. I love the scene and could watch it over and over because it’s very rare you see the woman get to torture the man and do it so well. I love the scene too because, oddly, a lot of guys love the movie up until this point and then they cry foul—sexist, maybe? I don’t know, but I’m a guy and seeing Kimmy ram Psycho’s dick down his throat is priceless. Revenge is sweet.
You wear several hats (writer, producer, director, actor), Terrence. Is this part of the reason you’re able to make your films so fast?
The rigorous planning allows us to shoot so quickly. We work everything out on paper first before we shoot. I am able to wear so many hats because I studied all of those disciplines while in school. I have hired people before to do different tasks, but I have found that sometimes it’s just easier to do things yourself—and cheaper. [Producer] Nicole [Williams] handles a lot of on-location tasks as well. I have found that if you can partner with someone who sees eye to eye with you, you really don’t need a lot of people—especially with digital. Once again, digital technology allows you to do things differently and not mimic the Hollywood system.
I picked locations that I knew we would not be disturbed in. I believe, during shooting, only one pair of onlookers came by, and they left quickly once they saw all the fake blood. During the shoot, we kept joking that someone could have actually gotten raped and assaulted up there and no one would have come to help. It was that desolate.
The Hood Has Eyez does fall into a specific horror subgenre—the “rape/revenge flick.” And several of your other movies have been horror-related. Have you found it’s easier to market genre films?
I have directed both dramas and horror films, and I think regardless of the genre, it’s a lot of work. You just have to like the script enough to put in the work. I believe since horror is my favorite genre, it makes it easier for me to write material for that genre.
Which filmmakers do you consider to be influences?
The directors who have influenced me the most are Takashi Miike, Ruggero Deodato, John Carpenter, Charles Band, Umberto Lenzi. Those are the guys who I would consider influences. Roger Corman has had a big influence on my films as well. Although I hate saying that they, the filmmakers, influenced me. I think a better way of putting it is that their films influenced me.
So, Terrence, what’s next for you? Have you started planning your next movie?
I am currently working on two scripts. One of them is a horror film which I don’t have a title for yet. The other is a Dogme 95 type drama called King of The Streetz. Once the scripts are completed, I will decide what direction I will take. I am just going to focus on promoting The Hood for the time being and bask in its glory.
I think it’s great that you’re taking chances with form and style, man. It really demonstrates your dedication to the world of independent film. Speaking of which, can you talk a little about your connection with the independent distribution company Film Baby?
From the moment I set out to write The Hood Has Eyez, me and my producing partner Nicole Williams figured we would have to self distribute due to the subject matter. We submitted Hood to several distribution companies, most of whom we’ve worked with before but, just as we suspected, they thought the film was too graphic. They said they would take it if we cleaned it up a bit, but I wasn’t interested in doing that. It would defeat the purpose. I had self distributed my Llorona Gone Wild trilogy through CustomFlix.com, so I figured we would do the same with Hood, but they rejected the [film] due to its graphic nature. I was really pissed about that since they claim they don’t censor films, and they don’t do anything to promote the movies you sign up on their site...so I didn’t understand what risks they were taking. I had heard about Film Baby from a while back, and after talking to Jaimie [Chavotkin] over at the company, I decided they would be the best fit for us. Plus, they didn’t reject the movie due to its violent nature.
Can people buy all of your films through Film Baby? If not, where can they be purchased?
The Hood Has Eyez will be available exclusively through FilmBaby.com and Amazon.com. I am currently negotiating a deal to get the film on NetFlix.com. Transit is available on NetFlix.com or Blockbuster.com. Hostile Hauntings and Decrepit Crypt of Nightmares, which contain not only my film The River: Legend of La Llorona but many other great horror films, are available at Bestbuy, Hastings, and Amazon.com. Revenge of La Llorona will be available on the Tomb of Terrors 50-movie DVD set. And finally, Curse of La Llorona will be available at Netflix.com. For those who want to get all three of my Llorona films, they can head on over to Amazon.com and get Llorona Gone Wild. It’s a three-disc set with all three Llorona movies and a ton of bonus stuff.
It’s funny. A major studio film’s theatrical release is basically a commercial for its eventual DVD release. So it seems like you and other independent filmmakers actually are ahead of the curve. What do you think of the state of the industry and where do you see it going in the future?
Releasing a movie theatrically is very expensive, especially for true indies. And if a film like The Hood Has Eyez gets a theatrical release, it’s a very limited release...only playing on a few screens. You tell people it’s out in theaters and they expect to see it at AMC or General Cinema, not at Laemmle’s Sunset 5—they don’t know what the fuck that is. Most indies lose money trying to play the theater game, and I have found the majority of people will rent your movie from Netflix or Blockbuster quicker than they will see your “small” film at the small theater for $11. They’re gonna go see Rob Asshole’s Halloween or some shit. So yeah, we are ahead of the game by releasing our films on DVD. At the end of the day, our movies end up on the same shiny round discs as the latest Hollywood blockbuster—except we can get away with doing graphic abortion scenes. Try getting that scene past the MPAA, which is a requirement if you are going to release theatrically.
I really appreciate you taking the time to talk with us, Terrence. Is there anything you want to mention that we haven’t discussed?
I think more people should support independent horror, because there is a lot of good stuff out there that could never be made in the studio system.
|ScreamTV Interview: Cydne Schulte|| || || |
|Written by Theron Neel|
|Thursday, 20 September 2007|
Not Quite 20 Questions...
Cydne Schulte - Photo by Sylvio Pennucci
Thanks for talking with us, Cydne. Let’s start at the beginning. Where did you grow up?
I grew up in the high mountains in northern New Mexico. I spent most of my time either riding horses or exploring the woods.
Yes, I come from a long line of performers, artists, and musicians. It has always been a natural part of life for me. I was on stage as early as four years old.
Sorta, I remember one time when I was very young, maybe five-ish, and we went to see my aunt star as Marguerite in a production of the opera Faust. Her character jumped out of a second-story window in despair, and I was in such shock because I thought it was real. At the end of the show, when everyone was meeting the cast, I went up on the stage and danced around the fabulously built set. I climbed up the stairs, looked though the window, and saw a big huge mattress hidden below where you land when you jump out the window. I was so impressed! I remember jumping out the window, landing on the mattress—unscathed—and thinking that I’d found where I belonged. Such magic!
So, when did you make the jump to L.A.?
I didn’t actually move to L.A. until August 2006. But the year previous to that, I had been there at least four times for acting work.
That’s a big move, Cyd. How did you know that you were ready for such a life-changing risk?
My whole life, everybody kept telling me that in order for me to be successful as an actor, I’d have to be based either in L.A. or New York, and since I’m from New Mexico, L.A. seemed most reasonable. So I always knew it was inevitable.
I totally enjoyed your performance in The Hood Has Eyez, Cydne. Terrence Williams [the film’s writer/director] told me he wrote the role of Kimmy especially for you. You get to show quite a bit of range in this flick—it’s quite a showpiece. Is this the most challenging part you’ve got to play in a film?
Thank you, Theron, I really appreciate it. I’ve had to do a lot of challenging roles, but as far as having the opportunity to show my range, The Hood is probably on the top on the list.
Yes. Some pretty big ones, because the themes of the film are very controversial. As you probably know, Terrence set out with the intention to offend everyone. Well, this is not my style at all. I understand shock value, but I don’t necessarily agree with it. I just wasn’t into some of the actions of my character and of some of the other characters. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to be responsible for such senseless violence being put out in the universe. But in the end, I decided that Kimmy was an awesome role and that it was a story worth telling, even if I didn’t agree with the execution of it (no pun intended). Terrence and [producer] Nicole [Williams] were great to work with as well as the rest of the cast and crew.
You’re a smart, strong woman, Cydne. What’s your opinion of movies like I Spit on Your Grave and The Hood Has Eyez:
(b) They Glorify Violence Against Women; or
(c) Sheesh, Relax, People, They’re Just Movies.
You’ve done a lot of work in “genre” movies, including the upcoming remake of the J-horror favorite The Eye. Do you enjoy horror movies?
It’s funny, no. I love epic fantasy like The Lord of the Rings.
I can see from your MySpace page that you have studied with some of the most respected people in the industry, Cydne. How do you approach a role, in general? Do you do a lot of research and preparation?
Well, it is different for every role. But I do like to do research and to be as prepared as possible. For The Hood, I researched the effect of rape. For The Eye, I chose not to see the original because I didn’t want it to affect my performance. But I tend to not like to over-rehearse because I like it raw and real. Usually before I shoot, I meditate, do some emotional preparation, and then go for it.
Other than acting, what are your passions? I think I saw bass guitar and dance listed among your many talents.
I am also very passionate about the environment. In fact at this very moment, I am developing, producing, and starring in a TV series with Blur to Focus Productions called Eco Warrior that will be aired on MTV. The show is solution-oriented and addresses some of the hottest environmental issues. Because we’re still in development, I can’t divulge too much, but I can say that Eco Warrior is a cutting-edge environmental reality show, featuring celebrity guests and unscripted confrontational journalism, designed to entertain and educate.
Wow, you’re working! Do you have any other upcoming projects that you’d like to mention, Cyd?
I am also slated to star in Terrence Williams’ next feature film. But I’m not sure how much he wants me to talk about it, so I’ll leave it up to him to plug it.
I can tell you’re serious about your craft, but you’re also smart enough to know there’s more to acting than just craft. There’s business (eesh). Whose career do you admire? Is there any one actor whose career path you respect and/or would like to emulate?
Ian McKellen. Hands down. First off, he’s a Shakespearean-trained actor—I highly respect any actor that has the discipline and talent to conquer that. And it seems that anything he touches turns to gold (referring to his acting that is). He is just really passionate and his presence rocks the world! I could only ever hope to be a fraction of what he is. He truly inspires me and motivates me to follow my own passions and always give 110%.
Okay, fun question: Pretend I’m the L.A. Times. Can you tell me what you would consider to be your perfect weekend?
[Laughs] Well, to have a perfect weekend would imply that I had a perfect week—and that would consist of a full week of paid acting work! So, the perfect weekend to me would be dressing up in medieval garb and embarking on some adventure, like a scavenger hunt, in the mountains with family and friends.
You’re a rising, hard-working actress. What’s a “normal” day for you?
I think we covered a quite a bit, but maybe we could just remind our audience how precious life is and that it is important to live each day with gratitude and approach every situation with enthusiasm!
Well said. Finally, Cydne, I have to ask…what’s a nice, centered girl like you doing in a place like Hollywood?
[Laughs] That’s almost a loaded question! I guess to make it simple, this is where the most opportunities for an actor/producer like myself are.
You can see Cydne Schulte in Terrence Williams' The Hood Has Eyez Saturday, September 22, at 8:00PM only on ScreamTV.
Indie Slate Magazine Has Article On Our "Llorona Trilogy:"
This months Indie Slate Magazine has an article about our "Llorona Trilogy" aka "Llorona Gone Wild".
Check out the article below ...