Jay Kay from the Horror Happens Radio Show wrote an excellent review for Indie Mac User.

Many thanks are in order to Bloody Good Horror, Boom HowdyDaily Dead, and Film Deviant for giving Pity some excellent coverage today! 

Milwaukee Record sits down to discuss scoring films with composer Nicholas Elert. They even get the scoop with what's happening with his band Northless.

How is it that a year passed without updating the News page?! It's not like there hasn't been a lot of news, there's been a bunch! 

Regardless, the biggest news is that you can now watch Pity here and can buy physical copies loaded with all kinds of special features here

We Live Film says "Pity packs more emotional punch than most full length feature Hollywood films!" 

Horror Movies Uncut Pity "impactful, edgy, and provocative."

Universal Dork draws first blood for Pity reviews!

We're pleased to announce that Pity received Best Horror at the Wildwood FIlm Festival! 

The superbly awesome DownRight Creepy shares the teaser! 

Writer/Director John Pata sits down with the Post-Crescent to talk about Pity and the premiere at the Wildwood Film Festival.

We're stoked to announce that Pity will be screening at HorrorHound Weekend Cinci (March 21-23) and the Hollywood Horrorfest (March 28-29)!

The schedule for the Wildwood Film Festival in Appleton, WI has been announced: Pity is screening during Session 4 at 8pm. Buy tickets now!

Full details about the Oshkosh Premiere and Photo Exhibit on April 5th can be found here. For those of you in the Kansas City area, be sure to snatch up your FREE ticket to the Sixx Tape Short Film Spectacular on March 29th (featuring Pity and the world premiere of Executive Producer's Jill Sixx Gevargizian's Call Girl).

Here's a glimpse into our color correction session at Filmworkers in Chicago. Fred Keller was fantastic to work with, and thoroughly enjoys his burritos (which is just off frame to the right). That type of attitude is alright with us!


Great write-up from Richard Ostrum (which will be featured in The Fox Valley Scene).

The coverage continues! Many thanks to
Heavy Blog Is Heavy for the recent press.

Chicago's very own Big Gay Horror Fan draws first blood when it comes to coverage on Pity.

Pity is now listed on IMDb!