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I CAN SEE YOU:  A Psychedelic Campfire Tale

I CAN SEE YOU, the fifth in Larry Fessenden's celebrated low budget horror ScareFlix anthology, is writer/director Graham Reznick's debut feature film.  Graham is a Glass Eye Pix regular, having sound designed many past and current Scareflix releases (The Roost, Trigger Man, Automatons and I Sell The Dead, as well as JT. Petty's Blood Red Earth and Ti West's The House of The Devil).  I CAN SEE YOU was produced by fellow ScareFlix veteran Peter Phok.

Three aspiring ad-men take a weekend in the wilderness, brainstorming for their first assignment: to overhaul the image of a once popular cleaning product, Claractix. While in the woods, a girlfriend’s mysterious disappearance sparks a harrowing descent into unreality. Personalities contort into extremes and visits are made by a specter from Claractix campaigns of the past as the film careens towards it’s startling climax.

The film’s ad-men are played by real-life members of Waverly Films (Ben Dickinson, Duncan Skiles and Chris Ford), a Brooklyn based production company specializing in commercials, music videos, and who have an immense cult following with their comedic YouTube shorts.  Summer Day, the free spirited temptress destined to drive them apart, is played by Heather Robb (Trigger Man, The House of The Devil, I Sell the Dead), lead singer of popular folk-rock group The Spring Standards.  Long-lost ClarActix pitchman Mickey Hauser is played by producer Larry Fessenden, who describes the movie as "1960’s psychedelia by way of David Lynch with dashes of Philip K. Dick and Cronenberg."

Reznick says: “I CAN SEE YOU is about the experience of being young and ambitious in New York City, but blind to any sense of responsibility or stakes.  When the naïve lead ad designer in I CAN SEE YOU takes his ill-fated trip into the woods and is faced with an impossible situation, his mind malfunctions.  He doesn’t know how to cope with something outside of his safe, easy existence, and we experience his world shattering breakdown along with him.  I love watching films that show the world through the tinted perspective of another person – and in I CAN SEE YOU we watch the world through the eyes of someone who is quickly losing his grasp on reality."

THE VIEWER:  A Telepathic Interrogation in Three Dimensions

Glass Eye Pix and Aphasiafilms enter the world of Stereoscopic 3D cinema with "The Viewer,"
a brand new short film written and directed by Graham Reznick.

"The Viewer" is a telepathic interrogation experienced from the perspective of a suspected murderer.  Telepathic Viewing doesn't come without a price, however; as the suspect resists the mind-reader's tactics, the "viewing" intensity is increased... dissolving the fragile boundaries
between memory, identity and reality.

Shot using a specialized two camera HD rig
designed by cinematographer Gordon Arkenberg (I Can See You, The Meaning of Tea).  
Featuring a multi-dimensiona soundscape designed by Graham Reznick,
"The Viewer" is a psychedelic feast for both the eyes and ears.

Mick Lauer as "The Viewer"
Lindsay Burdge as "The Victim"
and Lena Dunham as "The Voice"  
Written and directed by Graham Reznick

"The Viewer" has recently recieved a technical upgrade and is now screenable in both
polarized and shutter based formats, along with the traditional red-blue anaglyph.

"The Viewer" has been an official selection of
Short & Sweet London's first ever 3D program,
Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors
Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal,
Oldenberg Film Festival in Germany