SEQUENCE BREAK will have its International Premiere at the incredible FANTASIA FESTIVAL this July!
Rue Morgue's 1st Wave Announcement
REVIEWS of SEQUENCE BREAK:
"I was not expecting something so perfect, so perfectly horrifying and so...80s. At once homaging films that have come before, yet never parodying them, SEQUENCE BREAK is, for me, a masterpiece. 5/5." - Nerdly.co.uk
"Graham Skipper's SEQUENCE BREAK is a digital rabbit hole; an abyss of frothy goop slathered atop rubberized effects." - WeGotThisCovered
"Skipper has undeniably created a movie that is thought provoking and mind-bending but also beautiful and somewhat horrifying..." - ihorror.com
"[The film's] true strength is how it slides into your mind and oozes its power over you." - Tom Holland's Terror Time
"Skipper has a firm handle on nightmarish imagery (aided by some seriously gooey special effects) that calls back to everything from VIDEODROME to HELLRAISER to FROM BEYOND." - Daily Grindhouse
"Ultimately, SEQUENCE BREAK is a delight. It's transparent how much love went into the film and it plays with tropes of numerous genres while remaining unique and most importantly a lot of fun. Skipper has created a glitchcore horror love story that will not only thrill genre fans but titillate lovers of cinema in general." - Diabolique Magazine
"If TRON was written and directed by David Cronenberg...at his most body-horror-ish you'd have something that looks like SEQUENCE BREAK (and squishes like it too)." - HorrorBuzz.com
"Kinky, ghoulish, serrated, trippy as fuck, and kind of sweet, SEQUENCE BREAK is yet another in 2017's remarkable array of debut features. Imagine the narrative mechanics of THE LAST STARFIGHTER, but told with the visceral grace of one of David Lynch's psychogenic fugues." - Rebirth of the Flesh
"Every scene involving the mysterious arcade game provides great body horror-inspired techniques, which latch onto your senses and make it impossible to look away." - Nightmarish Conjurings
"...a wet, psychosexual, Cronenbergian fever dream with the palette of 80's neon arcade..." - Bigger Show
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY debuts the first exclusive clip!
Bloody Disgusting's Poster Announcement
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THE MIND'S EYE plays TIFF 2015!
THE MIND'S EYE had its world premiere in September as part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness section!
Check out these RAVE REVIEWS of the film:
"After carrying ALMOST HUMAN, Skipper plays the lead again here, which is a big plus. With his big, expressive eyes, watching him get into psychic battle after psychic battle is endlessly entertaining."
- FANGORIA Review of The Mind's Eye
"Begos’ muse Skipper delivers another committed performance as our chief protagonist Zach Connors. He brings an honest everyman quality I responded to."
- BLOODY-DISGUSTING Review of The Mind's Eye
"Skipper, whose eyes are about 150% wider than most people's, is perfect as a twitchy drifter with powers he can't control."
- Drew McWeeny's HITFIX Review of The Mind's Eye
Official The Mind's Eye TIFF Midnight Madness Website
THE MIND'S EYE had its U.S. Premiere in Austin, TX at FANTASTIC FEST in September, followed by the Los Angeles premiere at the Egyptian Theatre as part of BEYOND FEST on October 9th!
ABOUT THE MIND'S EYE:
Graham stars in the new feature film from Joe Begos (Almost Human), as Zack Connors, "a drifter with telekinetic abilities who targets a doctor who is creating a telekinetic power serum." The film also stars Lauren Ashley Carter (Jugface, Pod), Noah Segan (Looper), John Speredakos (Wendigo, I Sell The Dead), Matt Mercer (Contracted), Jeremy Gardner (The Battery), and horror legend Larry Fessenden (Habit, We Are Still Here)!
FANGORIA Article on the Special Makeup FX for The Mind's Eye
CARNAGE PARK premieres at
Sundance Film Fest 2016!
You can see Graham in CARNAGE PARK, the new film from writer/director Mickey Keating (Darling, Pod), which just premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival!
Check out the announcement HERE!
NERDIST Review of Carnage Park
We Got This Covered Review of Carnage Park
RE-ANIMATOR THE MUSICAL
Graham returned as Herbert West for a limited run in Las Vegas! Sold-out crowds got bloody and loved the show. To date Graham has performed as West in Los Angeles, NYC, the UK, and Las Vegas for over 4 years! Co-starring George Wendt (Cheers), Chris McKenna (State of Affairs), and Jesse Merlin (FDR: American Badass), and directed by horror legend Stuart Gordon, Re-Animator the Musical returns again and again to delight audiences around the world!
Praise for Graham in Re-Animator the Musical:
"The brilliant Graham Skipper...somehow seems to blink no more than two or three times during his 90 minute performance as the crazed and sleepless Herbert West." - NY Times
"Graham Skipper (a find)...[brings a] priceless, Rainn Wilson-meets-Daniel Radcliffe expertise." - LA Times
"While it may have been daunting for Jeff Bridges to fill John Wayne's boots in True Grit, a steeper challenge arguably confronts Graham Skipper in surpassing memories of the protean original Herbert West, Jeffrey Combs, which he masters with grand gestures that manage to produced nuanced effects." - Hollywood Reporter
For more reviews and information:
The Re-Animator the Musical Facebook Site
ALMOST HUMAN out on BLU-RAY, DVD, and VOD!
Graham stars in Almost Human (TIFF Midnight Madness off. selection), which is currently out on all VOD platforms (including Netflix Instant) and available on blu-ray and DVD!
Praise for Graham in Almost Human:
"The protagonist Seth played by Graham Skipper serves as the emotional anchor for the film. His humanistic portrayal of Seth is simultaneously wonderfully grounded and Willy Wonka Batshit Crazy." - Recording Connection
"Casting is another challenge that low budget films face, but the whole cast is really played to their strengths. Skipper's presence as a paranoia-filled eccentric should come as no surprise, given his theatrical representation of Re-Animator's Herbert West." - Bloody Disgusting
"In particular, Seth (played by Graham Skipper) was an interesting character that I wanted to see more of. He is not your standard, wallflower type lead where it all just sort of tumbles past him as he goes. He is engaged and not one-dimensional at all and this greatly adds to the film's solid footing as a whole." - Horror-Movies.ca