85 Min | Horror | USA | Color | English | 2019
Night of the Hatchet Man is a visually stylish Slasher film about a deranged axe-murderer who escapes from the State Mental Hospital and terrorizes the suburbs while evading capture by the police.
Written and Directed by visionary photographer Joshua Hoffine, the movie unfolds in real time, immersing the viewer in a roller coaster ride of suspense and bloody action.
Hoffine describes Night of the Hatchet Man as “a sustained study in suspense through visual storytelling. It is an exercise in both terror and visual design – Wes Craven meets Wes Anderson. This will be more than a movie. It will be an experience.”
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Joshua Hoffine is one of the most recognized photographers in the world. He is a pioneer in the subgenre of Horror photography.
Hoffine began making ‘Horror photographs’ in 2003. His work exploded on the internet in 2008 when he released a series of images exploring the nature of childhood fears. Since that time his work has been featured in countless magazines, anthologies, and news outlets around the world, and he has developed a cult following for his meticulously staged photographic works.
His work has been featured in the Horror publications Rue Morgue, Fangoria, Horror Hound, Scream UK, Virus, and Famous Monsters of Filmland. His commercial clients include Sony, AMC Theaters, and The National Opera of Paris.
In 2014 he released his first short Horror film titled Black Lullaby.
4 Min | Horror | USA | Color | English | 2014
Black Lullaby is about a curious young girl and her encounter with the Boogeyman. The film continues the unique visual style featured in Hoffine’s photographs. Financed by a successful Kickstarter campaign, and featuring SPFX Make-up by J. Anthony Kosar, the film is regarded as the climax to Hoffine’s popular series of photographs dealing with childhood fears.
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In 2018 Dark Regions Press published a hardbound collection of Hoffine’s Horror photographs.
12 x 12 inches | 190 pages | Color | English | 2018
The comprehensive volume spans 13 years of work and includes rare behind-the-scenes photos and artist commentary. A signed and numbered Deluxe Limited Edition version of the book was also released bound in leather with a dust jacket and black linen slipcase.
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