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International Horror Legend Hart D. Fisher, through his company Crime Pays Inc., has announced that he is seeking independent full-length horror films, shorts, and music videos to feature on his new show, American Horrors, for European television. He is seeking films that have solid characterization, fresh ideas, new villains, and adhere more to the sustained suspense of classic shockers from the past such as The Shining, The Omen, Wait Until Dark, The Howling, John Carpenters The Thing and The Exorcist.

“American Horrors presents a major opportunity for independent American creators, allowing them to find a vast untapped audience for their work, and let’s be honest here, an audience that most of these creators wouldn’t otherwise enjoy,” said Crime Pays Inc. President Hart D. Fisher. “I’ve got an established reputation for breaking talent in the publishing business. I aim to bring that skill to genre film production in the same way Roger Corman did during his heyday.”

Mr. Fisher is currently in talks with horror filmmakers around the country, including notable indie powerhouses like John (Insaniac) Specht, Halfway House director Ken Hall, blind film director Joseph M. Monks (The Bunker) and others.
American Horrors will be broadcast to seventeen European nations, including Germany, France, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Austria, The Alto Adige Province of Italy, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Denmark, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo by Global Broadcasting & Syndication Inc. on the IndiePix Channel.

All submissions should be sent to:
Crime Pays Inc.
Attn: American Horrors Submissions
6911 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Suite 205
Canoga Park, Ca 91303

All Submissions should be sent on VHS, Mini-DV, DVD, Beta SP, or DV-Cam. If you would like to have your submission returned please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

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“Hart is one of the most controversial figures ever in the medium.”
Mr. Fisher is an underground horror legend with a worldwide following who’s work has been featured on MTV’s HeadBangers Ball, ABC's DayOne, CNN's Murder By Numbers documentary, Entertainment Tonight, Larry King Live, The Jerry Springer Show, The Sally Jesse Raphael Show, CNN Headline News, A&E's Biography, and in magazines such as Time, Tattoo Savage, Hero Illustrated, People, The Comics Journal, the non-fiction best seller The A-Z Guide to Serial Killers and many more.

Mr. Fisher has always had a keen eye for talent, having discovered political author Stephen Elliott (Looking Forward To It named best of the year by The Village Voice), Wizard Top Ten artist John Cassaday and My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way (Mr. Fisher was Mr. Way’s first mentor in comics, publishing the young creators first comic book series, “On Raven’s Wings”, staying in touch with the young artist through his art school days and his time at DC Comics) and is looking forward to turning that eye to the filmmaking talent pool.