FEATURED BY FILM RIOT
Film Riot discusses a variety of DIY tricks for creating cheap and effective monsters in a horror film. They reference my use of similar techniques and then go on to briefly discuss my work and Youtube channel.
BLUMHOUSE FEATURES "THE MOONLIGHT MAN"
“In need of a coffee break or just have three minutes to spare? Well, that’s all the time we need to scare the heck out of you! Check out THE MOONLIGHT MAN, directed by Danny Donahue.”
AIN'T IT COOL NEWS FEATURES "THE MOONLIGHT MAN"
“Our next short comes our way from filmmaker Danny Donahue. It's fun, and includes just about every beat you'd expect to see in a horror film. While there's nothing necessarily revolutionary in the short, it's fun and very much well done. Well shot, with boat loads of fun jump scares, and a pretty neat creature design. "A girl walking alone at night is stalked by a long fingered-man in the shadows." I really like the short's monster and would be interested in seeing what more Danny has planned with its future. Absolutely click on over to Danny's website to see what else he's created!”
HORROR SOCIETY FEATURES "THE MOONLIGHT MAN"
“Still trying to digest your Thanksgiving dinner? This three minute short from Danny Donahue is sure to get your blood pumping! The Moonlight Man follows a young woman walking to her car late at night as she’s stalked by a mysterious figure with long fingers. It’s kind of like The Owl-Man legend only scarier and more modern. While the lead actress isn’t named, Philip Kreyche plays the mysterious figure. Danny Donahue wrote and directed The Moonlight Man with producer Casey Fichtner as producer. It’s got great camera work and the potential to become a feature film. Check it out below!”
INTERVIEW WITH HORROR MAG "THE CABIN ON THE NET"
This interview I did with THE CABIN ON THE NET, which is an online horror magazine. We discuss many aspects of low budget horror filmmaking and talk specifically about "THE MOONLIGHT MAN" and some of my other shorts.
Interview begins on page 12!