Horror is such a diverse genre, with so many different elements that can make new projects feel fresh. There’s a million things that have terrorized horror audiences over the years, but maybe the most overlooked is the terror of one’s self, the internal demons that we all deal with that sometimes grow to unimaginable monsters. In Brialynn Massie‘s new horror web series, “Rvth,” we see just how real our inner demons can become.
LAHorror.com recently teamed up with Emily Eden Productions, Chris Pardal & Dominic Pattin to create this new epic horror web series, the first season entitled “Rvth: Genesis.” The series was co-written, directed and produced by Brialynn Massie, who also plays the title character. The first trailer for this series recently dropped and we couldn’t be more excited – this is definitely a show that will rock you to your very core.
Follow Ruth who, after a failed suicide attempt, must find her way out of Hell to save her younger brother, Eli, and the rest of her loved ones from a government induced Apocalypse.
This show stars Massie, Chris Kato, Jennifer Clarke, Paulette Lamori, Bobbie Lee Jr., and this very writer, Hunter Johnson, among others. The show features beautiful cinematography from Jeff Guzman, Adrian Sierkowski and Evan Schultz. It was edited and scored by Massie.
There’s a lot of different elements going on in this show, which was one of the main reasons we loved this script. Filled with incredible character arcs, relationships, carnage and conspiracy, “Rvth: Genesis” will prove to be an epic that will leave the audience wanting more. Most notable, creator Bria Lynn Massie finished this season through self financing and incredible tenacity, aligning a cast and crew of over 30 people to help make her vision come to life. An incredible example of a hard working indie filmmaker putting her vision out there and rallying fellow artists to the cause.
And as stated before, “Rvth: Genesis” deals with many complex issues that not only horror fans, but human beings alike, will be able to relate to. Family turmoil, broken hearts, lost friendships and suicide are just some of the major issues addressed in this series, which is also loaded with scares and gore of biblical proportions. And while exploring complex human drama in horror creates great fiction, we’d like you to remember that if you’re experiencing depression or suicidal thoughts, there is always help out there, and nobody is hopeless. You are not alone. Please call the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1 (800) 273-8255, or visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org.
You will love this web series, which is set to debut on October 25th, leading to the first season finale on Halloween. Get ready for “Rvth: Genesis,” it will possess you…