Release Date: 1.22.19
Distributed by SGL Entertainment.
Genre: Silent / Thriller / Psychological Horror
After her mothers' death, Zella (Lauren Peele) descends into a world of madness. Is she merely dealing with her mothers passing in extreme measures? Or perhaps her husband Stellan (Nicholas Nazario) is helping to force the hand of fate by pushing her to an early grave? Hopefully, Zella, with the help of Dr. Krauss (Tim Scott) will find the answers in which she is seeking as she ventures through a series of bizarre nightmares.
"Noctambulist is a bold and beautiful addition to a lost art. It moves not like a silent film, but rather dark and sexy and completely modern. Bravo, Johnny Daggers!" - The Darkness Dwells Podcast
Release Date: 7.16.16
Distributed: Burning Bulb Publishing
Genre: Horror / Poetry
As their vows of sanctity echoed through the hollow, they awoke a century old curse which vowed to never let love enter its hills again. Now forced to confront both their inner demons and ghosts from the past, Nora and Ned must fight to uproot the seeds of lost love and despair and bring new life to the plagued, barren land.
"From the modern day Edgar Allan Poe, comes a piece of writing so capturing, enthralling and all consuming, its hard to stop reading. The darkened undertones which scream 'make me into a movie' and the quickened pace the quality story runs in all make for an amazing read, to us our 'must read' of 2016." - TE Magazine.
"A brilliant homage to the silent scream era with tones of Dr. Caligari and Nosferatu. If you appreciate silent horror, you’ll love Noctambulist"
The Cinema Psychos Show
“A deadly speakeasy cocktail that blends gothic sophistication, shadow and wicked betrayal with a spritz of Diabolique tension and a deco musical garnish that brings this pallet cleansing thriller to surreal life”
The Horror Happens Radio-Show
“Silent movie has a new maker, Johnny Daggers shines bright as a new era Hitchcock for this Noir generation”
“Noctambulist is a bold and beautiful addition to a lost art. It moves not like a silent film, but rather dark and sexy and completely modern. Bravo, Johnny Daggers!”
The Darkness Dwells Podcast
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