Dust Up is a kick ass action comedy starring Amber Benson and Travis Betz that will make you laugh, gasp and punch the person you're sitting next to. If you like funny, fighting and some crazy stuff you've never seen before, Dust Up is the flick for you. It's set in the middle of desert,
Wes and Fi are stuck in a rut. Neither seems able to reignite their creative spark, but as long as they have each other though, things couldn't get worse...until Fi begins to show signs of mental illness. Wes does everything in his power to help her get better, but darker forces lurk inside her, and
When a lonely loser, Justin, meets the woman of his dreams, he has no idea that she's being followed by something evil. When the darkness finds her, dragging her down to Hell, Justin uses a strange book to summon the demon Lo to help get her back. Lo, however, has other plans for the tasty
When Kelby Unger returns to his home town to attend his father's funeral, his past slowly begins to seep back into his blood. His childhood friends seem to be stalking him, devilish grins on their faces. Soon, the mystery of what they did together as kids starts to unravel one strands at a time, sending
In a world where nothing is perfect, isn't it a nice thought that a single day can be. Waking one Sunday morning, two young lovers make a pact not to get out of bed...no matter what. When nature calls - figure it out. When hunger strikes - make a plan. When boredom hits - play.
An aging out of work clown returns to his small hometown, resigned to spend the rest of his days in a drunken stupor. But when his passion for clowning is reawakened by the local amateur circus he finds his smile.
May 26, 2015
Travis Betz’s cult film, Lo, was shot very much like a stage play – which means it’s ripe for tearing from the screen and plopping it in front of a live audience. Travis has rewritten the script along with adaptation help from Michael Peil and Dan Spurgeon, to bring you Lo as you’ve never seen
May 14, 2015
Travis Betz’s, THE DEAD INSIDE has been out for a few years now, so it’s always a real treat when someone discovers it, loves it, and then writes a glowing review for it. The good folks (or folk) over at The Film Philosopher are fans of smaller, weirder, under-appreciated films, and they have said some
May 12, 2015
Honorary DrexelBoxer Mia Bruno was vital in getting our cult neo-western, DUST UP, out to the masses. Now she’s off on a new venture working for SEED & SPARK and writing funny, insightful articles like this one to help guide the indie filmmaker through the world of distributors. If you feel scared and alone out