Director Casey Crow
Casey Crow made his first film, the western drama BIG IRON at
age nine, using his father's Super 8 camera. Despite BIG IRON's amaterurish result, the experience planted a seed of creativity, and
a passion for filmmaking was born.
Cinematography became the focus of Casey's filmic education, eventually propelling him toward the medium of short film
storytelling. This led to his award winning directorial effort TOJENKAWA in 2004.
As a fan of horror films, Casey decided to take a journey into the
macabre guided by inspiration from filmmakers like Stanley Kubrick, John Landis and Tobe Hooper. The resulting film KLAGGER has been described by fans and critics alike as atmospheric, suspensful, and creepy.
Multiple screenings of KLAGGER at film festivals and horror conventions throughout the United States and England have
created a demand among fans for a feature-length version of the film.
Casey is presently working with his brother and producing partner
Gene Crow to make a feature-length version of KLAGGER, set to
be released in 2019.
Click on the logo below for an Interview with KLAGGER Director Casey Crow by Jason Thorson of Ravenous Monster.