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DSoF: I Am I

Darker Side of Film explores the human condition as presented in horror, sci fi, dark comedy, and dark drama.  Horror is a part of us, and I hope my blog will aid us in the exploration of all things dark and unknown in order to shed a little light on why.

Thanks for looking beyond the light.  Stay tuned….


5 Comments leave one →
  1. September 3, 2009 10:46 am

    Dear Darker side of film,

    I hope you don’t mind contacting you – I wondered if you’d be interested in my indie-British horror comedy “Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders”. The film has received several screenings over here in the UK, all have gone down brilliantly, we also recently received a five star review from Gorezone magazine. The film has now been selected to screen at several film festivals across the UK and we’re waiting to hear from over a dozen US festivals.

    I wondered if you’d be interested in taking a look at the film and perhaps running a piece on it? It’s a film that’s really changing things up on the short film scene here in the UK and we’re hoping it’ll encourage more independent filmmakers to make more high concept shorts and move away from the traditional gritty British shorts.

    Thanks so much for your time, I really look forward to hearing from you,



    • drewgolburgh permalink
      September 22, 2009 11:43 am

      Hi Ryan,

      I had responded to your comment through email. Please let me know if you have received it.

      I am really looking forward to seeing your film,


  2. September 22, 2009 9:25 pm

    Hello Drew,

    My name is Chris Conlee. I’m a professional motion picture and television editor, living and working in Hollywood. A couple years ago I got an opportunity to direct my first feature film; it’s a 1/2 million dollar alien possession flick called, Evilution, and it’s set to be released by BrinkDVD on Nov. 17th, 2009.

    You can view the most recent trailer at:

    Anyway, as I’m very interested in promoting the release of my film, I was wondering if you’d be interested in seeing a screener and/or doing an interview with myself or anybody else on the crew that might be of interest to you? We’d dearly love the help.

    Here’s the movie’s IMDb page:

    And the official homepage:

    If you’re going to be anywhere near Los Angeles, the film is also screening at this year’s ShriekFest on Sunday, Oct. 4th at 4pm.

    Thanks for your time, and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Chris Conlee
    Director / Editor

    • drewgolburgh permalink
      September 23, 2009 9:03 am

      Hi Chris,

      Thanks so much for your inquiry. I have replied via email.

      I am looking forward to seeing your film and speaking with you in more detail.


  3. Sara Finder permalink
    July 25, 2011 9:03 am

    Dear Editors,

    We are AFTER DARK FILMS, the film studio and production company best known for Horrorfest “8 Films To Die For,” an annual, nationwide theatrical event. We want to include you in our news & publicity outreach.

    In addition to horror, After Dark is now producing ACTION FILMS in collaboration with Joel Silver’s Dark Castle Entertainment. Later in 2011, we’ll be releasing original action films including Transit, starring Jim Caveziel (The Passion of the Christ), James Frain (True Blood), Elizabeth Rohm (Law and Order), and Harold Perrineau (Lost); and Dragon Eyes with Jean-Claude Van Damme (Universal Soldier: Regeneration) and martial arts star Cung Le (Pandorum). More titles will be announced shortly.

    As you may have heard, we were pleased to announce that After Dark Films– in partnership with Lionsgate & Syfy– has created a new series, After Dark Originals (ADO). With ORIGINALS, we have taken the horror film festival concept to the next level, giving fans a role in developing the projects we produce. At the end of January 2011, we released the following 8 films under the ADObanner: Husk, Fertile Ground, Scream of the Banshee, Prowl, The Task,Re-Kill, Seconds Apart and 51, starring brand-name talents like Lauren Holly (Dumb & Dumber), Orlando Jones (Drum Line), Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5), Leisha Halley (The L Word), Gale Harold (Queer as Folk) and Bruce Payne (Passenger 57).

    All you have to do is let us know whom to contact, and your publication, site, blog or forum will be among the first to receive the latest news (press releases) and assets (key art, trailers & clips) for our Horror and Action films.

    We look forward to hearing from you.


    Sara Finder
    VP. Publicity and Promotion
    After Dark Films
    8967 West Sunset Blvd.,
    West Hollywood, CA 90069
    310-270-4260 (Main)
    310-270-4262 (Fax)

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