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The Visitor is Heading to Miami for the IndieWise Film Festival!

June 19th, 2017|0 Comments

My horror short, The Visitor (precursor to the upcoming Night of the Kanuak) just got selected as a […]

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Night of the Kanuak in Post-Production

April 14th, 2017|0 Comments

The follow-up to highly regarded Native American-themed horror film The Visitor, Night of the Kanuak has wrapped […]

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Kane uses the most out of the dark, and offers visuals that will give your little neck hairs some time to stand up and stretch – what more can I say? It was quick, it was fun, and it was creepy – give it a peek when you have the opportunity, but please, don’t be a wuss and watch with the covers pulled up around your face, as it ruins the experience. (The Visitor)
Matt Boiselle, Dread Central
“The Visitor” is a homage to the classic horror films of the 70s, he says, but with more of a psychological edge and a Lovecraftian twist.
The short film clocks in at just less than 10 minutes, but Kane uses the time well to present a tale of terror that honestly upstages most of what you’ll find the theaters these days showing with the “horror” label. (The Visitor)
Joshua Philipp, TechZwn
It is hard to come by a steady flow of short films when it comes to the horror genre. Take a few minutes to check out The Visitor and appreciate a specific way of filmmaking and the fact that Ian Kane didn’t waste your time with something that sucks. (The Visitor)
Jersey John, Horror Talk
Kane does give readers the sense that people become who they are in extreme circumstances. Those with more of a human edge who look at people suffering with compassion will retain that compassion while those who might have seemed good and solid people before things become what they are, will develop a cruel edge. Who would you be, Kane seems to ask the reader, when forced to live in the cruel environment of the Underzone where security is a notion of the long past. (Rising Storm)
Carol A., Rabid Readers