Photo Gallery

Keep It in the Dark

The Cremer Brothers test lighting before production begins. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The Cremer Brothers test lighting before production begins. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Constructing the cover to the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Constructing the cover to the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Constructing the cover to the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Constructing the cover to the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The completed cover is placed on top of the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Branches were added to the roof to give it a more natural look. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Branches were added to the roof to give it a more natural look. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The shed was built in the middle of the woods. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The altered dolly/track being constructed for the moving shots in the woods. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The altered dolly/track being constructed for the moving shots in the woods. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The altered dolly/track being constructed for the moving shots in the woods. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The altered dolly/track being constructed for the moving shots in the woods. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Using a piece of plywood and drain pipe to cause an echo effect, The Cremer Brothers capture the audio for the Jersey Devil's screams that come from within the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Using a piece of plywood and drain pipe to cause an echo effect, The Cremer Brothers capture the audio for the Jersey Devil's screams that come from within the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The unicursal hexagram gets painted on the cover of the well. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The unicursal hexagram is burnt into the face of a tree. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The well gets covered with dirt to give it an aged look. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The well in its final state. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The set up for Melissa Malone's (Ashley) close-ups.

The Cremer Brothers watch playback during the final day of shooting. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Melissa Malone in front of her trailer.

The entire cast and crew at the private screening.

The poster.

The Cremer Brothers accepting their awards for the 2017 Passaic County Film Festival.

The second place trophy for the 2017 Passaic County Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers networking at the 2017 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Joe Cremer (with Herb) fielding questions at the 2017 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers among the other filmmakers for the Q&A during the 2017 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers among the other filmmakers for the Q&A during the 2017 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers on the red carpet during the 2017 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

A photo of the Cremer Brothers taking a red carpet photo at the 2017 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival. Very meta.

The Cremer Brothers with composer Travis Lemmons at the July 2017 Brightside Tavern Film Festival. Possibly talking about a future project.

The Cremer Brothers with composer Travis Lemmons on the red carpet at the July 2017 Brightside Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with their sister, Mary, on the red carpet at the July 2017 Brightside Film Festival.

The packed house for the awards ceremony at the July 2017 Brightside Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone (co-star of "Keep It in the Dark") of "Or So the Story Goes" during the Q&A at the September 2017 Grove Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers being interviewed at the September 2017 Grove Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers being interviewed at the September 2017 Grove Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers take a photo with "Keep It in the Dark" co-star Melissa Malone at the September 2017 Grove Film Festival.

The ad for the 2017 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

"Keep It in the Dark" poster displayed for the 2017 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

"Keep It in the Dark" on the big screen as the credits roll at the 2017 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The Cremer Brothers on the red carpet at the 2017 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival.

Joe Cremer during the Q&A at the February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival with Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone (both representing "Or So the Story Goes").

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers accepting their award for Best Horror/Thriller at February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival

The Cremer Brothers accepting their award for Best Horror/Thriller at the February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival.

The award winners at the February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with the Best Horror/Thriller award at the February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival.

The Best Horror/Thriller award from the February 2018 Jersey City Popup Film Festival

The Cremer Brothers accepting their award for Best Horror at the 2018 Point Lookout Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with their award for Best Horror at the 2018 Point Lookout Film Festival.

The poster for the 2018 Jersey Devil Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Grace Soriano and Bettina Skye at the 2018 Hoboken International Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers and Grace Soriano at the 2018 Hoboken International Film Festival.

The 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival poster.

The official selections announcement for the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

The lineup/schedule for the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

The crowd for the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

Herb & Joe taking questions at the 2019 Grindhouse Nights Film Festival.

The poster outside the theatre for the 2019 Local Haunts: Horror Short Film Showcase.

The theatre entrance to the 2019 Local Haunts: Horror Short Film Showcase.

The start of the 2019 Local Haunts: Horror Short Film Showcase.

Herb's award certificate for Best Thriller at The Thing in the Basement Horror Fest.

Joe's award certificate for Best Thriller at The Thing in the Basement Horror Fest.

God's Law

Two buckets of light corn syrup. Yum!!! Photo by Joe Cremer.

Red and black food coloring is added to the corn syrup for the fake blood. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Red and black food coloring is added to the corn syrup for the fake blood. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The desk. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The desk. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The shelves behind Gerry's desk. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The shelves behind Gerry's desk. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The shelves behind Gerry's desk. Lil' Mikey Pence makes a cameo. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The shelves behind Gerry's desk. Lil' Mikey Pence makes a cameo. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Set design for Gerry's office. The tapestry hung on the wall. The Serenity Prayer. Irony? Photo by Joe Cremer.

More set design. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Austin Green (Gerry) studies his lines before the first night of shooting. Definitely not a staged photo. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Austin Green (Gerry) studies his lines before production begins. Another completely natural, unstaged photo. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The rug just before it is stained with blood. Yup, we're going to Hell. Grace Soriano's (Ronnie/Assistant Director) hand also pictured with production slate. Photo by Melissa Malone

Austin Green, Grace Soriano, and Herb Cremer help as Joe Cremer drips blood onto the rug. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The rug after the blood.

Melissa Malone (Teri) takes a selfie on set during the first night of shooting. Photo by Melissa Malone (Duh! We just said it was a selfie!).

The Cremer Brothers figuring out how to make a movie on the first night of shooting. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Another Melissa Malone (Teri) selfie with Austin Green (Gerry). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Austin Green (Gerry) in character. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Joe Cremer sets up his shot of Austin Green (Gerry). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Joe Cremer having WAY too much fun filling a latex glove with fake blood. Seriously. Look at that smirk. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Melissa Malone (Teri) takes a nap during a long first night of shooting. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Joe Cremer adds a little more corn syrup to help Melissa Malone (Teri) have sweet dreams as she sleeps on the floor. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Herb Cremer on the first night of shooting. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Bettina Skye (Hooker) poses with camera on the first night of shooting. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Bettina Skye (Hooker) poses with camera on the first night of shooting. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Bettina Skye (Hooker) and Austin Green (Gerry) pose together after a very awkward shoot. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Bettina Skye (Hooker) and Austin Green (Gerry) pose together after a very awkward shoot. Photo by Grace Soriano.

The photo used as a plot device. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Dolly shot set up for one of the July shoot dates. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Herb Cremer stands in. Seriously. This happened. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Another dolly shot set up for a July shoot date with Austin Green (Gerry). Photo by Grace Soriano.

Grace Soriano (AD/Ronnie) takes a selfie.

Austin Green (Gerry) and Herb Cremer (Fred Bachmann) pose for the photo that is set up on Gerry's desk.

Austin Green (Gerry) and Herb Cremer (Fred Bachmann) pose for the photo that is set up on Gerry's desk.

Austin Green (Gerry) and Herb Cremer (Fred Bachmann) pose for the photo that is set up on Gerry's desk.

Austin Green (Gerry) and Herb Cremer (Fred Bachmann) pose for the photo that is set up on Gerry's desk.

Austin Green (Gerry) and Herb Cremer (Fred Bachmann) pose for the photo that is set up on Gerry's desk.

Austin Green (Gerry) makes an omelet used in the morning scene. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Arnie Rodriguez (Andy) and Andrew Gillespie (Chris) look on as Austin Green (Gerry) makes an omelet. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Herb Cremer records sound while Joe Cremer films a scene with Arnie Rodriguez (Andy) and Andrew Gillespie (Chris). Photo by Grace Soriano.

Grace Soriano (Ronnie/Assistant Director) prepares the set for the dinner scene. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Grace Soriano (Ronnie/Assistant Director) prepares the set for the dinner scene. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Grace Soriano (Ronnie/Assistant Director) prepares the set for the dinner scene. Photo by Joe Cremer.

The set for the dining room. Jesus Christ cameo. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Arnie Rodriguez (Andy), Dave Marr (Alex) and Andrew Gillespie (Chris) wait for the scene to be set. Grace Soriano (Ronnie/Assistant Director) prepares the set for the dinner scene. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Arnie Rodriguez (Andy), Kate Brady (Erin), Andrew Gillespie (Chris) and Joe Cremer wait for Austin Green to finish cooking an omelet to begin filming. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Chris Woody (Sam), Andrew Gillespie (Chris), Kate Brady (Erin), Arnie Rodriguez (Andy), Dave Marr (Alex) and A.J. Natilla (Production Assistant) have some down time. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Chris Woody (Sam), Andrew Gillespie (Chris), Kate Brady (Erin), Arnie Rodriguez (Andy), Dave Marr (Alex) and A.J. Natilla (Production Assistant) have some downtime. Photo by Grace Soriano.

A slow day on set with A.J. Natilla (Production Assistant, Kate Brady (Erin), Austin Green (Gerry), Chris Woody (Sam), Dave Marr (Alex) and Andrew Gillespie (Chris). Chris Woody (Sam), Andrew Gillespie (Chris), Kate Brady (Erin), Arnie Rodriguez (Andy), Dave Marr (Alex) and A.J. Natilla (Production Assistant) have some downtime. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Arnie Rodriguez (Andy) takes a selfie with Grace Soriano (Ronnie/Assistant Director), Andrew Gillespie (Chris), Dave Marr (Alex), Chris Woody (Sam), Austin Green (Gerry), Kate Brady (Erin) and A.J. Natilla (Production Assistant). Photo by Arnie Rodriguez.

Joe Cremer takes a moment before filming a scene. Actually we just set up the hallway. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Arnie Rodriguez (Andy) waits while Joe Cremer makes simple syrup for the vomit scene. Dave Marr (Alex) at the sink. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Joe Cremer prepares some simple syrup for the vomit scene. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Grace Soriano's (Ronnie/Assistant Director) sketches of Erin. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Another Grace Soriano selfie.

Trippy, philosophical mirror photo.

Joe Cremer applies make-up to Austin Green (Gerry) during a very long day. Photo by Grace Soriano.

The blood and potted plant. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Austin Green (Gerry) murders Arnie Rodriguez (Andy) during one of the final days of shooting. Err...wait...you know what I mean. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Joe Cremer films Austin Green (Gerry) and Dave Marr (Alex) during one of the torture scenes. Herb Cremer is tucked away in the corner with the microphone. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Austin Green (Gerry) and Dave Marr (Alex) enjoying their time on set together. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Herb Cremer fills in for Sam's corpse. Photo by Grace Soriano.

Grace Soriano (AD/Ronnie) and Austin Green (Gerry) take a photo together.

Austin Green (Gerry) on the final night of shooting in Vernon. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Ruth) on set, waiting for her scene to begin. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Joe Cremer films Diann Gogerty (Ruth) using a crane for no particular reason at all. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Grace Soriano (Ronnie/Assistant Director) assistant directs while The Cremer Brothers get ready to film Diann Gogerty's (Ruth) scene. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Joe Cremer switches to a tripod to film Diann Gogerty's (Ruth) scene while Herb Cremer records sound and Grace Soriano Ronnie/Assistant Director) assistant directs. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Poster
The Poster
The Alternate Poster
The Alternate Poster

The schedule for the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival in Las Vegas, NV that screened "God's Law" and "Play Date".

"God's Law" playing at the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival in Las Vegas, NV.

The Cremer Brothers with Staci Pippi (director of the Reels of the Dead Film Festival).

"God's Law" playing at the 2019 Horror Hotel Film Festival in Cleveland, OH.

The Cremer Brothers with their Honorable Mention Awards at the 2019 Horror Hotel Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with their Honorable Mention awards at the 2019 Horror Hotel Film Festival.

The Honorable Mention awards from the 2019 Horror Hotel Film Festival.

The lineup for the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp - Horror Edition.

The Cremer Brothers accepting Austin Green's award for Best Actor/Actress in a Feature at the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

The Cremer Brothers at the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

Austin Green's award for Best Actor/Actress in a Feature at the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

The schedule for the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival in Charlotte, NC that screened "God's Law" and "The Angry Man".

The official selections for the 2019 Horror Movie Freaks Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers' certificate for Best Writer at the 2019 Horror Movie Freaks Film Festival.

A Tall Drink of Walter

D.P. Joe Cremer frames a shot of J. Antonio (Walter).

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) get ready to shoot.

Writer/Director Grace Soriano directs Bettina Skye (Landlady) and J. Antonio (Walter) while D.P. Joe Cremer frames the shot.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe

D.P. Joe Cremer and Writer/Director set up the next shot with J. Antonio (Walter).

Writer/Director Grace Soriano with the audio equipment as Sound Mixer Herb Cremer and J. Antonio (Walter) get ready for the next shot.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) pose for the camera.

Writer/Director Grace Soriano gives direction to Bettina Skye (Landlady) and J. Antonio (Walter) while D.P. Joe Cremer and Sound Mixer Herb Cremer get ready to shoot.

Writer/Director Grace Soriano gives direction to Bettina Skye (Landlady) and J. Antonio (Walter) while D.P. Joe Cremer and Sound Mixer Herb Cremer get ready to shoot.

D.P. Joe Cremer sets up a shot while Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Bettina Skye (Landlady) and J. Antonio (Walter) ready themselves.

J. Antonio (Walter) performs with Bettina (Landlady), D.P. Joe Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and Sound Mixer Herb Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) performs with Bettina (Landlady), D.P. Joe Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and Sound Mixer Herb Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

D.P. Joe Cremer and Sound Mixer Herb Cremer set up a shot of J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady).

Bettina Skye (Landlady) waits for "Action".

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) pose with Writer/Director Grace Soriano while D.P. Joe Cremer sets up the next shot.

D.P. Joe Cremer watches playback of J. Antonio (Walter).

D.P. Joe Cremer sets up a shot of J. Antonio (Walter).

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) rehearse while Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer set up for their next shot.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) get ready for their next take with Sound Mixer Herb Cremer, Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio (Walter) and Bettina Skye (Landlady) perform with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio is ready for his close up (or his glass of water's close up) with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J. Antonio is ready for his close up (or his glass of water's close up) with Writer/Director Grace Soriano and D.P. Joe Cremer.

J Antonio (Walter) performs while D.P. Joe Cremer and Writer/Director watch on.

Nom Nom Nom.

Film Poster
Film Poster

Writer/Director Grace Soriano accepting her audience award for college filmmakers at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest.

Writer/Director Grace Soriano accepting her audience award for college filmmakers at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest.

On the red carpet at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest with (from left to right) J. Antonio (Walter), Bettina Skye (Landlady), Joe Cremer (Producer), Grace Soriano (writer/director), and Herb Cremer (Producer).

On the red carpet at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest with (from left to right) J. Antonio (Walter), Bettina Skye (Landlady), Joe Cremer (Producer), Grace Soriano (writer/director), and Herb Cremer (Producer).

Discussing the future at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest with (from left to right) Grace Soriano (writer/director), Joe Cremer (Producer), Herb Cremer (Producer), and Bettina Skye (Landlady).

Group photo at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest with Bettina Skye (Landlady), J. Antonio (Walter), Grace Soriano (Writer/Director), Joe Cremer (Producer), and Herb Cremer (Producer).

The audience award for college filmmakers won by 'A Tall Drink of Walter' at the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest.

From the left: J. Antonio (Walter), Joe Cremer (producer), Grace Soriano (writer/directer), Herb Cremer (producer), and Bettina Skye (The Landlady) at the 15th Annual Passaic County Film Festival 2019.

The Audience Award for the August 2018 Brightside Tavern Film Festival accompanied by the second place Costello Award from the 2019 Passaic County Film Festival.

Writer/Director, Grace Soriano, accepting her second place trophy at the 2019 Passaic County Film Festival.

Joe Cremer photo-bombing the winners with Grace Soriano's awards at the 2019 Passaic County Film Festival.

(from left to right) Bettina Skye (Landlady), J. Antonio (Walter), Grace Soriano (Writer/Director), Joe Cremer (Producer), and Herb Cremer (Producer) on the red carpet at the 2019 Passaic County Film Festival.

(from left to right) Bettina Skye (Landlady), J. Antonio (Walter), Grace Soriano (Writer/Director), Joe Cremer (Producer), and Herb Cremer (Producer) on the red carpet at the 2019 Passaic County Film Festival.

(from left to right) Bettina Skye (Landlady), J. Antonio (Walter), Joe Cremer (Producer) , Grace Soriano (Writer/Director), and Herb Cremer (Producer) on the red carpet at the 2019 Passaic County Film Festival.

The second place award for the 2019 William Paterson University Film Festival.

Bettina Skye (Landlady) with her Best Actress award at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Bettina Skye (Landlady) with her Best Actress award at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Bettina Skye (Landlady) and writer/director, Grace Soriano pose with their awards for Best Actress in a College Film and Best Comedy (College Film) at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Festival director, CJ Cullen, poses with Bettina Skye (Landlady) and writer/director, Grace Soriano after receiving their awards for Best Actress in a College Film and Best Comedy (College Film) at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The award for Best Comedy from the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

(from left to right) Herb Cremer (Producer), Grace Soriano (Writer/Director), Joe Cremer (Producer), and Bettina Skye (Landlady) on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

(from left to right) Lori Anne Sword, Diann Gogerty, Theresa Labrelgio, Melissa Malone, Joe Cremer, Grace Soriano, and Herb Cremer on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival, representing "The Angry Man", "Play Date", "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter".

An award given to Grace Soriano (Director) for her achievements in filmmaking in 2019.

The Cremer Brothers with Grace Soriano at the 2019 Hoboken International Film Festival, where "A Tall Drink of Walter" and "Forgotten" screened.

The Cremer Brothers with Grace Soriano at the 2019 Hoboken International Film Festival, where "A Tall Drink of Walter" and "Forgotten" screened.

The lineup for the 2019 First Contact Film Festival.

The nominations for the 2019 First Contact Film Festival. Bettina Skye (landlady) was nominated for Best Actress.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

Bettina Skye (landlady) with the filmmakers at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival.

Bettina Skye (landlady) with the filmmakers at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival.

The lineup for the 2019 Northeast Film Festival.

A collage of posters for the lineup at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival.

The ad for the block of films at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival.

The poster in the lobby for the 2019 Northeast Film Festival.

Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival

Grace Soriano and Joe Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival.

Assisted Suicide

The sign above Kristen's bed. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Melissa Malone (Kristen) with signature noose.

Director Herb Cremer helps Diann Gogerty (Nancy) dispose of Lizzie. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Melissa Malone (Kristen) loved Lizzie. Photo by Melissa Malone.

We all loved Lizzie with Diann Gogerty (Nancy) and Melissa Malone (Kristen). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Producer/Assistant Director Grace Soriano's smiley face production slate and feet. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers figuring if the table needs to be moved to cheat the shot while Melissa Malone (Kristen) and Diann Gogerty (Nancy) "sit".

Producer/Assistant Director Grace Soriano. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Nancy) on-set, using a fully functional computer. Photo by Melissa Malone.

D.P./Director watches playback. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers (Herb & Joe) watch playback. Photo by Melissa Malone.

D.P./Director watches playback with Director Herb Cremer. A.D./Producer, Grace Soriano, also pictured. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers (Herb & Joe) watch playback. Diann Gogerty (Nancy) and Melissa Malone (Kristen) seen in mirror. Photo by Melissa Malone.

D.P./Director (Joe Cremer) shoots some footage (with A.D./Producer Grace Soriano). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Nancy) waiting to begin. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Poor Lizzie. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogery (Nancy) and Melissa Malone (Kristen) take a selfie on-set. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Director cameo by Joe Cremer (Jesse) with Diann Gogerty (Nancy). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Director cameo by Joe Cremer (Jesse) with Diann Gogerty (Nancy). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The cast & crew on-set. From left: Herb Cremer, Grace Soriano (Assistant Director/Producer), Joe Cremer, Diann Gogerty (Nancy) and Melissa Malone (Kristen). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Poster
The Poster

(from left to right) Diann Gogerty (Nancy), The Cremer Brothers and Melissa Malone (Kristen) at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival for the world premiere of "Assisted Suicide". Photo by Theresa Labreglio.

The world premiere at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

"Assisted Suicide" screening at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

"Assisted Suicide" screening at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone (Kristen) Diann Gogerty (Nancy) during the Q&A at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone (Kristen) Diann Gogerty (Nancy) during the Q&A at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone (Kristen) Diann Gogerty (Nancy) during the Q&A at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone (Kristen) Diann Gogerty (Nancy) during the Q&A at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

At the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

At the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

Grace Soriano at the 2019 Art is Alive Film Festival.

The certificate for our Best Comedy win at the 2019 Cutting Edge Film Festival

The Cremer Brothers at the February 2020 Brightside Tavern Film Festival. Hidden in the back are Melissa Malone, Diann Gogerty and Theresa Labreglio.

The Cremer Brothers with Tommy Parisi (owner of Brightside Tavern) at the February 2020 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

A Cosplay Life

Easter Eggs as part of the set. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Anjelica Jayes (Haley) and Grace Soriano (May) wait to shoot their scene. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Anjelica Jayes (Haley) and Grace Soriano (May) wait to shoot their scene. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Anjelica Jayes (Haley) and Grace Soriano (May) wait to shoot their scene. Joe Cremer.

Anjelica Jayes poses with the defaced locker. Photo by Grace Soriano.

D.P., Joe Cremer, lurks in the bushes to get his shot. Photo by Anjelica Jayes.

D.P., Joe Cremer, lurks in the bushes to get his shot. Photo by Anjelica Jayes.

A.D., Grace Soriano, captures room tone with sound engineer, Herb Cremer and Anjelica Jayes. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Grace Soriano = Baller.

Grace Soriano = Baller.

The Angry Man

Boom operator, Herb Cremer, and gaffer, Charlie McGlinsky, set up a shot on the first night of filming. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Lori Anne Sword (Laurie) waits for filming to begin. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Assistant Director, Lindsay Farrell, enjoying some downtime. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, touches up Diann Gogerty (Dani). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Dani) waits for her shot with assistant director, Lindsay Farrell. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Boom operator, Herb Cremer, takes a moment before filming begins. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The location for the Canton house. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, prepares Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani) for her scene. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, prepares Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani) for her scene. Photo by Melissa Malone.

D.P., Joe Cremer frames a shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza). Photo by Melissa Malone.

D.P., Joe Cremer frames a shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers and Charlie McGlinsky help director, Theresa Labreglio, set up her shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza). Photo by Melissa Malone.

D.P., hikes up his pants while filming Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani) and Abbey Hafer (Liza). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers and Charlie McGlinsky help director, Theresa Labreglio, set up her shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza) and Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers and Charlie McGlinsky help director, Theresa Labreglio, set up her shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza) and Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers and Charlie McGlinsky help director, Theresa Labreglio, set up her shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza) and Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani). Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers and help director, Theresa Labreglio, set up her shot of Abbey Hafer (Liza) and Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani), Lori Ann Sword (Laurie), and Abbey Haffer (Liza) pose for the camera. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani), Lori Ann Sword (Laurie), and Abbey Haffer (Liza) pose for the camera. Silly version Photo by Melissa Malone.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani) and Abbey Haffer (Liza) pose for the camera. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani) and Abbey Haffer (Liza) pose for the camera. Silly version. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Dani) poses with Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Dani) poses with Abriella Grace Ruby (Young Dani). Silly version. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Dani) and Gage Law (Presley) through the monitor. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Dani) and Gage Law (Presley) through the monitor. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Diann Gogerty (Dani) and Gage Law (Presley) shoot a scene. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The official poster. Poster by Melissa Malone.

(from left to right) Melissa Malone, Diann Gogerty, Theresa Labreglio, Joe Cremer, and Herb Cremer "networking" at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Bettina Sky with The Cremer Brothers, Diann Gogerty, Melissa Malone, and Theresa Labreglio during the networking party at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Theresa Labreglio and Diann Gogerty have arrived at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Gage Law (Presley) on the screen at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Posters for "The Angry Man" and "Play Date" set up in the screening room at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

(from left to right) Diann Gogerty (Dani), Theresa Labreglio (Director), Melissa Malone (Writer/Eden), and Lori Anne Sword (Laurie) on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

(from left to right) Lori Anne Sword, Diann Gogerty, Theresa Labrelgio, Melissa Malone, Joe Cremer, Grace Soriano, and Herb Cremer on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival, representing "The Angry Man", "Play Date", "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter".

The Cremer Brothers representing "The Angry Man" and "Play Date" on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone representing "Play Date" and "The Angry Man" during the Q&A at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Joe Cremer representing "Play Date" and "The Angry Man" during the Q&A at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Herb Cremer with Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone representing "Play Date" and "The Angry Man" during the Q&A at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

"The Angry Man" playing at the Augsut 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

"The Angry Man" playing at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

"The Angry Man" playing at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Group selfie on the red carpet at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Theresa Lebreglio and Melissa Malone getting ready for the awards ceremony at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

The filmmakers at the 2019 Pop Up Anthology in Trenton for their LGBTQ night.

The schedule for the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival in Charlotte, NC that screened "God's Law" and "The Angry Man".

The schedule for short block #3 at the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival in Charlotte, NC that features "The Angry Man".

The Sword family at the 2019 Reels of the Dead: Charlotte.

Forgotten

Lights...waiting on camera and action. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers discuss the first shot of a long weekend with cinematographer, Grace Soriano. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, prepares Lianna Morra (Mary Ann) for her shoot. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, prepares Lianna Morra (Mary Ann) for her shoot. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Austin Green (Stan) and Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) await their turn in the make up chair. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make Up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, touches up Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) while cinematographer, Grace Soriano, and Austin Green (Stan) wait to begin. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Make Up artist, Sabrina van Vliet, touches up Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) while Austin Green (Stan) waits to begin. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers and cinematographer, Grace Soriano, film a scene. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) and Austin Green (Stan) film a scene together. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) and Austin Green (Stan) film a scene together. Photo by Melissa Malone.

The Cremer Brothers look over the script to see how badly they screwed up. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Austin Green (Stan) poses for the camera. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) poses for the camera. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) and Austin Green (Stan) pose with producer, Melissa Malone. Silly version.

Arnie Rodriguez (Evan) and Austin Green (Stan) pose with producer, Melissa Malone.

Director, Joe Cremer, and cinematographer, Grace Soriano, film Lianna Morra (Mary Ann) and Arnie Rodriguez (Evan). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Seriously this happened. Austin Green (Stan) poses with a stuffed animal. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Camera set up for Monkey's shot. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Official poster.

Producers (from left to right) Theresa Labreglio, Melissa Malone, and Diann Gogerty at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

(from left to right) Lori Anne Sword, Diann Gogerty, Theresa Labrelgio, Melissa Malone, Joe Cremer, Grace Soriano, and Herb Cremer on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival, representing "The Angry Man", "Play Date", "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter".

The lineup for the 2019 First Contact Film Festival.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

(from left to right) Grace Soriano, Joe Cremer and Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the 2019 First Contact Film Festival, where "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter" screened.

The Cremer Brothers with Grace Soriano at the 2019 Hoboken International Film Festival, where "A Tall Drink of Walter" and "Forgotten" screened.

The Cremer Brothers with Grace Soriano at the 2019 Hoboken International Film Festival, where "A Tall Drink of Walter" and "Forgotten" screened.

The "Forgotten" poster displayed at the June 2019 Lovesick Film Festival.

The "Forgotten" poster displayed at the June 2019 Lovesick Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the June 2019 Lovesick Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at June 2019 Lovesick Film Festival.

The promo flyer for the 2019 Official Latino Film Festival New York Semi-finals.

The promo flyer for Official Latino Film Festival New York Semi-finals.

The promo flyer for Official Latino Film Festival New York Semi-finals.

The July 2019 Pop Up Anthology promo photo for that includes "Forgotten" and "Play Date".

A sidewalk ad for the 2019 Indie Street Film Festival.

A lamp post ad for the 2019 Indie Street Film Festival.

The ad for the 2019 Indie Street Film Festival at the Bow Tie Cinemas in Red Bank, NJ.

The Cremer Brothers' red carpet selfie at the 2019 Indie Street Film Festival.

"Forgotten" playing at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

"Forgotten" playing at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

The filmmakers at the August 2019 Pop Up Anthology in Trenton for their LGBTQ night.

The poster for the 2020 Poe Film Festival.

Play Date

Abbey Haffer (Angie) poses with balloon animal. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Producer, Melissa Malone, takes selfie with balloon dog. Melissa Malone.

The set designed by Diann Gogerty and Sabrina van Vliet. Photo by Joe Cremer.

Abbey Haffer (Angie) between takes. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Abbey Haffer (Angie) poses with co-star Bettina Skye (Katherine). Photo by Melissa Malone.

Lianna Morra (Amy) and co-star Abbey Haffer (Angie) take a photo together. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Petra Seirmarco (Jane) and Bettina Skye (Katherine) pose together. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Bettina Skye (Katherine) and Lianna Morra (Amy) take a photo together. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Petra Seirmarco (Jane) and Bettina Skye (Katherine) wait for director, Joe Cremer and cinematographer, Grace Soriano, to set up a shot. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Petra Seirmarco (Jane) and Bettina Skye (Katherine) wait for director, Joe Cremer and cinematographer, Grace Soriano, to set up a shot. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Petra Seirmarco (Jane) and Bettina Skye (Katherine) share the screen. Photo by Melissa Malone.

A selfie of producers, Melissa Malone, Theresa Labrgelio, and Diann Gogerty. Photo by Melissa Malone.

Official poster. Poster by Melissa Malone.

Posters for "The Angry Man" and "Play Date" set up in the screening room at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

Bettina Sky with The Cremer Brothers, Diann Gogerty, Melissa Malone, and Theresa Labreglio during the networking party at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

(from left to right) Melissa Malone, Diann Gogerty, Theresa Labreglio, Joe Cremer, and Herb Cremer "networking" at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers representing "The Angry Man" and "Play Date" on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival.

The 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival award ceremony, where "Play Date" was nominated for Best Horror/Thriller and Best Actress in a Horror/Thriller (Bettina Skye).

The 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival award ceremony, where "Play Date" was nominated for Best Horror/Thriller and Best Actress in a Horror/Thriller (Bettina Skye).

(from left to right) Lori Anne Sword, Diann Gogerty, Theresa Labrelgio, Melissa Malone, Joe Cremer, Grace Soriano, and Herb Cremer on the red carpet at the 2019 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival, representing "The Angry Man", "Play Date", "Forgotten" and "A Tall Drink of Walter".

The schedule for the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival in Las Vegas, NV that screened "God's Law" and "Play Date".

"Play Date" screening at the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival.

"Play Date" screening at the 2019 Reels of the Dead Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers with Staci Pippi (director of the Reels of the Dead Film Festival).

The July 2019 Pop Up Anthology promo photo that includes "Forgotten" and "Play Date".

The Cremer Brothers with Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone representing "Play Date" and "The Angry Man" during the Q&A at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Joe Cremer representing "The Angry Man" and "Play Date" during the Q&A at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Herb Cremer with Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone representing "The Angry Man" and "Play Date" during the Q&A at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Group selfie on the red carpet at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Theresa Lebreglio and Melissa Malone getting ready for the awards ceremony at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Melissa Malone accepting the runner-up ceritifcate for Best Thriller/Horror at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Melissa Malone accepting the award given to Bettina Skye for Best Actress in a Horror at the August 2019 Brightside Tavern Film Festival.

Poster for the 2019 Hudson Valley Film Fest.

Promotional poster for the 2019 Hudson Valley Film Fest.

The lineup for the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp - Horror Edition.

The screen at the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the September 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

Joe Cremer during the Q&A at the August 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

Herb Cremer during the Q&A at the August 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the August 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

Joe Cremer during the Q&A at the August 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

The Cremer Brothers at the August 2019 Jersey City PopUp Film Festival - Horror Edition.

The flyer for the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival.

The flyer for the award nominations for the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival. "Play Date" was nominated for Best NJ/NY Horror Film.

The Cremer Brothers on the red carpet at the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival.

A sign for the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival.

A sign for the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival.

A sign for the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival.

The still being displayed for the award ceremony during the Best NJ/NY Horror Film at the October 2019 New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival.

The official selections for The 2019 Horror Movie Freaks Film Festival.

The schedule for the 2019 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The marquee at Teaneck Cinemas for the 2019 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The marquee at Teaneck Cinemas for the 2019 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The Cremer Brothers during their Q&A at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The Cremer Brothers on the red carpet at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The Cremer Brothers doing a red carpet interview at the 2019 Northeast Film Festival Horror Fest.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the 2019 Scared for your LIIFE Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the 2019 Scared for your LIIFE Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the 2019 Scared for your LIIFE Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers during the Q&A at the 2019 Scared for your LIIFE Film Festival.

The Cremer Brothers on the red carpet at the 2019 Scared for your LIIFE Film Festival.

Abbey Hafer's certificate for Best Young Actress at Hollywood Blood Horror Fest.

Certificate for Best Dark Comedy at Hollywood Blood Horror Fest.

BETTER SAFE THAN SONNY

Freddie Maas (Sonny) with Bettina Skye (Landlady) during the first night of shooting.

Freddie Maas (Sonny) with Bettina Skye (Landlady) during the first night of shooting.

The book that Sonia is reading in the film. It was designed by writer/director, Grace Soriano.

One of the signs hanging up in the location where the film was shot.

Freddie Maas (Sonny) and Charlotte Whittmann (Sonia) before the final night of shooting.

Freddie Maas during the final night of shooting.

The official poster.

Poster for the 2020 Hudson Valley Film Fest.

Promotional poster for the 2020 Hudson Valley Film Fest.

Promotional poster for the 2020 Hudson Valley Film Fest.

The first setup for the shoot.

Producers Theresa Labreglio and Melissa Malone help set up the first scene.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone and Theresa Labreglio shooting scene 1.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone and Theresa Labreglio shooting scene 1.

The Cremer Brothers with Melissa Malone and Theresa Labreglio shooting scene 1.

Joe Cremer (D.P.) set up Aven Campau's (Matt) closeup with Theresa Labreglio (assistant director).

Joe Cremer (D.P.) filming Aven Campau's (Matt) closeup with Melissa Malone (boom operator).

Joe Cremer (D.P.) sets up Aven Campau's (Matt).

Joe Cremer (D.P.) sets up Aven Campau's (Matt) closeup with Melissa Malone (boom operator).

Setting up Abriella Grace Ruby's (Addie) closeup.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

The kids pose for a photo.

Jacob Luke Morrell (Josh) showing off his makeup (effects provided by Diann Gogerty).

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) looking up from the bottom of the well.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

A shot of The Gingerbread Castle.

Setting up the scene with Melissa Malone (boom operator), Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie), Joe Cremer (D.P.), and Theresa Labreglio (assistant director).

Gage Law (Lewis) and Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) pose for a picture.

The Gingerbread Castle at night after we wrapped.

The Gingerbread Castle at night after we wrapped.

The Gingerbread Castle at night after we wrapped. This photo was used to create the poster for the film.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) and Melissa Malone (boom operator) filming on the second day of production.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) poses for a photo in between setups.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) tries her hand at the production slate with Melissa Malone (boom operator).

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) poses with her "parents", Chris Christiana (Randy) and Diann Gogerty (Tina).

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie) poses with her "parents", Chris Christiana (Randy) and Diann Gogerty (Tina).

The official poster.

Abriella Grace Ruby (Addie), Valerie Stellar (Megan), Jacob Luke Morrell (Josh), and Gage Law (Lewis) pose for a photo.

Abriella Grace Ruby's certificate for Best Young Actress at Hollywood Blood Horror Fest.

The certificate for Best Horror film at the 2020 Cutting Edge Film Festival.

You're It

Theresa Labrelgio (Writer/Director) takes the most epic publicity photo ever.

Theresa Labreglio (writer/director) directing Bryan Civitarese (Dom), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Joe Cremer (Luke).

Herb Cremer (cinematographer) waits while Theresa Labreglio (writer/director) directs Bryan Civitarese (Dom), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Joe Cremer (Luke).

Theresa Labreglio (writer/director) directing Bryan Civitarese (Dom), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Joe Cremer (Luke).

Herb Cremer (cinematographer) sets the camera up while Theresa Labreglio (writer/director) directs Bryan Civitarese (Dom), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Joe Cremer (Luke).

Herb Cremer (cinematographer) sets the camera up while Theresa Labreglio (writer/director) directs Bryan Civitarese (Dom), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Joe Cremer (Luke).

Herb Cremer (cinematographer) sets the camera up for Bryan Civitarese (Dom), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Joe Cremer (Luke).

Diann Gogerty (lav operator) hides behind equipment.

Ciarah Amaani (Trish) waiting for her closeup.

Joe Cremer (Luke), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Bryan Civitarese (Dom) rehearse a scene.

Joe Cremer (Luke), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Bryan Civitarese (Dom) rehearse a scene.

Joe Cremer (Luke), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Bryan Civitarese (Dom) rehearse a scene.

Joe Cremer (Luke), Ciarah Amaani (Trish), and Bryan Civitarese (Dom) take a photo opportunity in between takes.

The official poster.

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