There is (almost) always a first time for everything.
In this instance, I’m referring to this blog. Today, I was given a “voice” (merci monsieur Laurent Bohu,) and with that, the responsibility to write the first post.
With the nationwide release of the action/horror indie Daylight’s End (limited theatrical, On Demand, iTunes, VR) on August 26th, yes, tomorrow, I couldn’t think of a better topic to kick off this blog.
In the words of director William Kaufman: “It’s been a very long road.” Indeed, it has been, but what a beautiful journey. One of a kind. The kind of journey that will always stick with you — unique. The journey is coming to an end and now it’s time to release “Daylight’s End” into the world. Cast and crew poured their heart and soul into it. Blood, sweat and tears as well.
I’m very proud and honored to have been part of this project. Thank you Mr. Kaufman for bringing me along for the ride. It’s been a pleasure.
The success of an indie flick relies on the support of its fans. You. We hope that you enjoy it, and keep on spreading the word. Thank you very much.
Years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures, a rogue drifter on a vengeful hunt stumbles across a band of survivors in an abandoned police station and reluctantly agrees to try to help them defend themselves and escape to the sanctuary they so desperately need.
Starring Johnny Strong (The Fast and The Furious, Black Hawk Down, Get Carter,)
and Lance Henriksen (The Terminator, Aliens, Millennium.)
Directed by William Kaufman.
Poster Design: Dave Burton
So come join us and witness the apocalypse unfold in front of your eyes in a theater near you or in the comfort of your own home.