Join two wacky fun loving film makers as they go on a journey around the United States trying to find answers about the unexplained! They will scour across the country following stories on UFOs, about Bigfoot, and other folklore… one hamburger at a time.
In the year 1863, a group of supernatural warriors, a prophetic preacher, Vampire, Indian Shaman and Living dead gunslinger, ride four different colored horses mentioned in the book of Revelations. Their mission, to save and protect humans while fallen angels and demons hide behind the back drop of Civil war. The “Fallen” are executing their plan of murder, death, carnage and the extinction of mankind. The Death Riders are mankind’s only chance to escape the end of the world known as Armageddon.
Artwork courtesy of Keith Murphy.
Learn more at http://talesofthedeathriders.com/
After an alien invasion, a zombie virus weapon is unleashed, as a group of survivors, trying to get to the safety of Area 51, get trapped in Las Vegas and must battle both aliens and zombies to stay alive.
Screen Play available upon request.
Comic book pages By Matt Ryan from Free Lunch Comics!!
Created by Shawn Morris and Mark Tarrant
The great quake unleashes an army of burning creatures from the center of earth to destroy mankind. With the world burning, The United States government creates a small army of cross-trained firefighter super soldiers to stop the army of Firewalkers who plan on burning the earth to ashes.
Santos Vega murdered by bandits, returns from the grave to his Mexican town as The Calaca, or The Dead Walker.
Given the power of All Saints Day.
By day he is flesh and blood, but as the moon rises, Santos dies and becomes the living dead. Now he must save the town from the bandits and bring justice to Mexico.
He is a a zombie gunslinger.
Created by Mark Tarrant
Written by Mark Tarrant and Konstantine Bakalis
Cursed to roam the untamed west as a vampire, Ezekiel Carson, once a devoted man of God, is haunted by his past. Feeding on bandits and spending his nights satisfying his endless lusts, he has found his life is empty.
William Hamilton is a school teacher from New York who is in need of a guide and seeks out The Blood Rider. Their meeting is less than promising, but Ezekiel agrees to help after learning William is searching for his brother, a preacher who has disappeared from a mining town in New Mexico.
Riding only at night, and drinking from blood-filled canteens, the journey begins. When William discovers the man in black’s secret, he is weary, but, desperate to find his brother, they travel on. After arriving, the two discover the prosperous mining town holds a dark secret. The burned down church on the outskirts of town, missing miners and whispers of demons are just the beginning. The moon is high, the sky is clear and the scent of death lingers in the air.
“I don’t run out of bullets… I run out of bodies…” Ezekiel Carson A.K.A The Blood Rider
Learn more at www.TheBloodRider.com
Graphic Novel by legendary artists Vicente Alcazar coming soon!!
An indie-western film in pre-production written and directed by Mark Tarrant.
Here’s the trailer for the movie shot in 7 hours with $700 and 35 volunteers:
Book Coming Winter 2015
When an innocent ranch hand, Jack Clayton, is accused of killing the Judge’s daughter, he flees after being shot and tries to hold up in a run down church in the desert.
Judge Murphy, with the aid of a corrupt sheriff, places a excessive bounty on his head for 20 thousand dollars and a full pardon to any wanted man or his gang if they can bring him in alive. The sheriff rides north to Santa Fe to get more deputies in hopes they can find Jack first.
Trouble arrives early when several bounty hunters, gunslingers and wanted men and women discover Jack’s location. They all surround the old church. With so many quick tempers and desperados waiting to claim the bounty, things begin to get ugly.
They soon learn they have only two days until the sheriff and his new found law dogs arrive and take the man in for themselves. To make it fair to everyone who claims to have a right to the wanted man, a contest of skill is suggested. One by one, the men and women must fight in a tournament style arena using guns, knives, and hand to hand combat.
If they die or submit they are eliminated from the competition and the winner advances to another fight and one step closer to the bounty. The last man standing will get to claim Jack and deliver him to the judge. Unknown to the fighters, one of them is an ex-confederate soldier turned preacher. He is Jack’s half brother, and is fighting to keep his younger brother from the noose and may have a bullet for the sheriff, who sold him and others out to the Yankees to die during the civil war.
Old wounds, new sins and redemption are all awakened on this bloody field of battle, but only one man can claim the bounty and coming in second place may get you a pine box.