Sons of Soil is a extension of the mediums I’m passionate about
Denver, CO (Vocus) June 29, 2010
Daniel Crosier, writer & director, is organizing a teaser trailer shoot for the b&w horror feature Sons Of Soil later this summer. The teaser's purpose is to garner more investors, attention & promote the larger feature film project to be shot at a later time.
SONS OF SOIL centers on three backwoods characters in a triptych of short stories greatly influenced by such films as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Fellini's 8 1/2, and Tetsuo The Iron Man.
The pre-production on the trailer is currently underway. Interested parties and financial backers may check out Kickstart to pledge funds or to obtain additional information.
Crosier is best known for his comic book work. He has exploded onto the comic book scene in the last few years. Illustrating and writing multiple, nationally distributed comic book projects created with an innovated wood burning technique that include, “Bartholomew of the Scissors” and “Distortions Unlimited,” his writing has captured the attention of the industry.
Another project Crosier heads is the performance samurai demon/neo-kabuki group OFM: OdAm fEI mUd.
Crosier manages and directs the live performance group that includes a band, aerialists, elaborate practical effects, and a multi-media introduction.
Crosier explains his vision for Sons of Soil and how his background in comic books background and performance art offers him an edge his new venture in feature film.
“Sons of Soil is a extension of the mediums I’m passionate about,” states Crosier. "Fusing together my interests in unique performance quirky, off beat content, and striking visuals, Sons wraps all of these aspects into the film horror genre that I thoroughly enjoy and study. I feel I can bring an undefined experience to the audience with this project and push the envelope with new innovations.”
After a near death experience due to a lifetime bout with chronic asthma and allergies in his early 20's, Crosier’s unapologetic tenacity is driving him to finish the horror film that began to gestate in his early childhood with inspiration from the plains town of Kersey, Co. For more information about Daniel Crosier visit http://www.thothengine.net.
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