MALIBU HORROR STORY
DIRECTED BY SCOTT SLONE
Terror strikes when a team of paranormal investigators search a sacred Native American cave for clues in the unsolved disappearance of four local teens.
Scott Slone is an award-winning American Filmmaker born in Missoula, Montana. He has lived in Missouri, Maryland, South Carolina and Florida before moving to Los Angeles in 2001. A year later, Scott wrote and directed his first short film entitled, Old Man Music. The film starred legendary character actor Geoffrey Lewis and went on to win multiple awards in the festival circuit. Since then, Scott has written and directed multiple short films as well as the documentary 2001: An EDM Odyssey , and the feature film Malibu Horror Story. Attributes filmmakers Kinji Fukasaku, Sergio Leone, Stanley Kubrick and Elia Kazan as primary influences, as well as modern day filmmakers Michael Mann and David Lynch. His favorite actor is William Holden and his favorite actress is Natalie Wood.