(Check out the link in my bio for the indiegogo!) Mona is hired at Pops' Roller Rink, but this isn't just any roller rink. It is literally timeless. Mona navigates the ups and downs of her job with the help of her new friends and love-interest. Things get complicated when Mona is confronted with the reality of living her life outside of time. #countergirlfilm#shortfilm#film#favsgmu#crewup#indiefilm
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shot by my good friend @joshnachoz
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It wasn't until I saw City of the Living Dead (aka Gates of Hell) that Italian horror finally clicked with me. I had already seen Lucio Fulci's Zombie and The Beyond and Dario Argento's Suspiria and enjoyed them all, but I guess I didn't fully understand the appeal of the subgenre until City of the Living Dead. There was just something about the music, atmosphere, gore, and bizarreness of it all that really hit me. Lucio Fulci and Dario Argento are the titans of Italian horror, but guys like Bruno Mattei and Umberto Lenzi (among others) have also left their mark on the genre. Italian horror is its own thing and you know it when you're watching it. There's nothing else like it.