There’s a haunting in the house. However, things are not what they seem. Marian soon finds out that the horror inside the house is more familiar than she thinks.

Director’s Notes

Marian is based on a 2 sentence horror story that I read online that scared the living daylights out of me. I literally froze and couldn’t move the first time I read it. I don’t know why it scared me so much, maybe it was the uncertainty of the concept or because a similar experience happened to me when I was a kid.

I love horror and all it’s subgenres so I knew right off the bat I wanted his film to be atmospheric with a dark undertone, but also satisfy audiences with a bit of gore.

I wanted to make a horror film that’s not just about a haunting. The haunting in this movie is in a sense much more psychological and a metaphor for abuse and childhood trauma. Horror isn’t just about ghosts and what lurks beyond. This movie represents horror in it’s more tangible human form.