Is he real or just the product of your own delusions? The Synthetic Man is the third feature film by John R. Hand and looks like it will follow in the same trippy footsteps of his previous two films.
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John R. Hand has crafted an endearingly disturbing video featuring a live performance of the industrial band user assumes risk. Yep, watch at your own risk.
John R. Hand is self-distributing his second feature, Scars of Youth, as a limited-edition DVD in a handsome package that includes lots of goodies.
Here’s the trailer for the awesome, as-yet-not-made The House Where People Die, directed by Mike Ensley and shot and edited by John R. Hand.
Here’s the first image from The House Where People Die, Gary Beeber talks about a video conference at a film festival, and Light Moving in Time is available.
Two documentaries are being self-released: Gary Beeber’s Coney Island doc Bally-Master and Josh Koury’s Harry Potter doc We Are Wizards.
The Two Boots Pioneer Theater in NYC’s Lower East Side has shut down. I haven’t lived in New York in many years, but the Pioneer was one of my favorite places.
John R. Hand’s second feature, Scars of Youth, is a trippy sci-fi flick about an freedom fighter who has a sick relationship with his mom.
John R. Hand presents the trailer for his new feature, Scars of Youth, which is my most anticipated film of 2008. It’s a dark, avant-garde sci-fi flick.
Here are the first cool-looking images from John R. Hand’s second feature, Scars of Youth. Hand previously directed Frankensteins Bloody Nightmare.