Our third short film was a collaboration with Brooklyn based film collective Fitch Fort Films. The film stars Asta Paredes and Clay von Carlowitz of Abandoned House Productions in the roles of "Sarah" and "Evan". Written and Directed by McKegg Collins, the story follows a couple who returns to their remote getaway to grapple with the end of their relationship.
"With two charismatic leads, Eros Point: A Story of Undying Love cleverly uses it post-apocalyptic setting to focus on the emotional arc of this tragic couple." via Villain Media
By showing more than telling, Eros Point allows for some great performances while being consistently engaging as it builds towards its tragic conclusion. -Short and Sweet Reviews "While this may not sound like it has the makings of an indie horror short, Collins takes Eros Point in some unique directions...the film [has an] interesting story and involving cast [ Asta Paredes & Clay von Carlowitz]." via The Independent Critic
" ....they [ Asta Paredes & Clay von Carlowitz] both pull off their characters with well-orchestrated chemistry that’s hard to miss.‘Eros Point’ is worth its time, and is a recommended short for those interested in unusual love stories." via Indie Shorts Mag
"Both Paredes and von Carlowitz do an amazing job with their performances and I love the way the narrative flashes back from more happier times to the tragic present... [reminiscent of] A Ghost Story. " -Vern's Video Vortex
Key art poster work by Richard Smykowski of SMYKO DESIGN
SYNOPSIS: On a cold and foggy night in NYC, while waiting for his brother's arrival from Ohio, a young bartender named Jeffrey is greeted by Aurora, a mysterious and beautiful woman who says she's there to perform for open-mic night. Charmed by his visitor, Jeffrey closes down the bar and watches Aurora perform in the back. After a few drinks, however, it becomes clear that the two already know each other. As Jeffrey discovers Aurora's true identity, he begins to wonder where his brother is.
"Everything about "The Shadow Scarf" is hypnotic...(reminiscent of David Lynch in the best way) " via F This Movie!
"Bathed in reds, it carries a reminiscence of the 1977’s Suspiria but ‘The Shadow Scarf ‘is at once, both; spooky and mesmerizing...." via Indie Shorts Mag
"The Shadow Scarf is by all accounts one of the best examples of modern film noir I have ever seen." via That Moment In.com
“Abandoned House Productions presents an emotionally involving and mesmerizing drama, The Shadow Scarf, starring Asta Paredes and Clay von Carlowitz. Writer/director/actor Clay von Carlowitz explores what happens when a dark secret from the past strikes back in unsuspecting ways.” via Villain Media
"Oftentimes a short film is a stand-alone effort; an idea that is able to fully offer a story within a condensed amount of time. Some are able to expand into larger entities, as was the case with Andy Muschietti’s Mama, and there are others that are used as a type of portfolio of talents. The Shadow Scarf feels a bit like all three." via Short and Sweet Reviews
THE SLIGHTEST TOUCH
(2017) SHORT FILM-Completed
'The Slightest Touch,' is a frenetic psychodrama about a day in the life of a woman battling with PTSD. STARRING Angela Carbone Antyon LeMonte Zachary Daniel Booth
Written & Directed by Asta Paredes World Premiere was May 26, 2017 at Videology Bar & Cinema
When Kyle's estranged brother Graham goes missing after venturing into the supposedly haunted Brecksville Woods to find an old house from their father's stories, Kyle sets out to find Graham. But in the midst of his investigation, Kyle starts to lose his grip on reality.
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