Private Project


In a changing 21st century what the human race always believed to be myths and legends are now proven truths. Vampires and other mythical creatures now live among us. Is humanity really ready for such a revelation. One vain and selfish young woman believes that she is.

  • Joey Harlow
    "Panic In Detroit" / "Vampire Madness" / "Resurrection" / "The Detroit Bedlamite" / "Are You Going to Kiss Me or Not?"
  • Joey Harlow
    "Panic In Detroit" / "Vampire Madness" / "Resurrection" / "The Detroit Bedlamite" / "Are You Going to Kiss Me or Not?"
  • Joey Harlow
    "Panic In Detroit" / "Vampire Madness" / "Resurrection" / "The Detroit Bedlamite" / "Are You Going to Kiss Me or Not?"
  • Christi Perovski
    Key Cast
    "Adrianna / Heather"
  • Jacob Godzak
    Key Cast
    "The Count / Andre"
  • Project Type:
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    October 3, 2011
  • Production Budget:
    8,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    High Def 4k
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Premier
    Royal Oak
    United States
    October 3, 2011
    Landmark Theater Franchise
Distribution Information
  • Laguna Films LLC
    Rights: All Rights, Internet, Video on Demand, Theatrical, Video / Disc
Director Biography - Joey Harlow

J o e y Harlow
Producer - Director - Laguna Films, LLC
Musician - Film/TV composer / Actor
Recording Artist / Performer


Joey Harlow began at the early age of 7 playing talent shows and

in his teens played in wedding bands. By age 20 he joined his first

rock & roll group, traveled with nationally known groups such as

CJ & Co. (Atlantic records), Ambrosia, and keyboardist on

Madonna's 'Blonde Ambition' tour (1990).

He's recorded in California, Florida, Nashville, Memphis, however, most of his studio work was done in his hometown popularly known as Motown.
After touring for many years, recognition finally came in the form of world-wide airplay on such
major television shows as, 'The Pickup Artist' and The Hills', (MTV and VH1), 'Californication',
(HBO/Showtime), 'CSI', (TNT networks).
Two orchestral tracks from Joey's catalog have been placed as background music for the show
'So You Think You Can Dance'. (CBS)


2002 1. 'Broken'

2. 'Just One Kiss'

3. 'Losing Face'

4. 'Golden Parachute'

2006 Original music 'THE HILLS' ~ 'Boyfriends and Work Don't Mix' (1 episode) (MTV)

2008 Composer: Additional music (3 episodes) /

'So You Think You Can Dance' (CBS)

Composer: 'CSI Miami' Additional music theme ( 4 episodes)


1982 Directed "Resurrection" ~ Los Angeles, CA

1984 Directed "Driller Killer" filmed in NYC.

2009 Co-Starred in the first ever vampire Rock Opera / film,

as sex slave to Vicki, the Vampire Diva.

2009 Extra in Shady Lady Films, 'BEST GIRLFRIENDS'
as night club / bar patron.

2010 Composer additional music '10 on Top' (MTV) (1 episode)

2010 “Featured Extra” in 'REAL STEEL'
as upper class / upscale fight fan.
Starring Hugh Jackman – Evangeline Lilly - Kevin Durrand.
A Dreamworks / Touchstone Pictures production.

Distributed by Disney.
REAL STEEL 'Official' Trailer :

2011 Joey Harlow - Executive producer/Director on

(feature film) and "ETERNAL LOVE LOST" (short film) (completed)
'Official' trailer:
VAMPIRE MADNESS 'Official' Trailer

Available on AMAZON PRIME @

all rights reserved LAGUNA FILMS, LLC © 2011

2012 Composer of original music / Shady Lady Films 'DETROIT WINTER'


2016 2016: Producer / Director / Music Supervisor ~
“PANIC IN DETROIT” (formerly entitled Garroter)
Genre: Suspense/Thriller
Starring Carrie Bradstreet, Matt Hudson, Kevin Allen,
Molly Cunningham, John Vella, Michael Alexander.

Web Site:
all rights reserved LAGUNA FILMS, LLC © 2016

2019 Producer / Director - "ARE YOU GOING TO KISS ME OR NOT?"

Film Site:


2019 Producer/Director - The DETROIT BEDLAMITE
Film Site:
Coming to Amazon Prime Soon!
Joey Harlow - Through Time

By Andrew Reilly on February 22, 2009 at 10:11p.m.

Even before the late-album cover of "Runaround Sue," there's a very strong undercurrent of nostalgia to Mad About You, the debut release from The Joey Harlow Project. A scattered brand of nostalgia, for sure – some early 90s pop here, some latter-day country there, a touch of dance and a smattering of showtunes for flavor – but a definite sense that Harlow and Co. pine for someone, or something, or some time, even if the question of who, what or when they miss is never totally answered.

Take, for example, the track "Time," with its vague, simultaneous nods to mid-period Joe Jackson and, to a lesser degree, Huey Lewis and the News(although Huey and the boys never came close to matching the track's scorcher of a guitar clinic). Harlow's detached, stream-of-consciousness vocals lend an air of cool that wouldn't be out of place in a late 1980s New York City montage, but the start-stop drum fills after the chorus hint at a flair for progress Harlow either doesn't know he possesses or doesn't care he can use.

Elsewhere, "Must Be Love" makes Harlow's most blatant stab at pop-rock, with acoustic guitars bouncing underneath the giddy, BoDeans-esque verses complemented by the kind of lead guitar melody that would make Tom Petty proud. Harlow's rock tracks all show promise, but sitting alongside overt dance tunes like "She's Got What It Takes" and uplifting pop-lite along the lines of the anthemic "Things Will Improve" makes it hard for Joey Harlow the songwriter to not to be overshadowed by Joey Harlow the producer.

Interestingly, the disc's strongest track is also its most unexpected: "Fallin' Star," a slow, moving country number retelling the tale of a cowboy reaching for his last chance at the big time at karaoke night. Sandwiched between the synth-boosted pop of "Living Without You" and the slightly Latin-flavored beat dance beats of "She's Got What It Takes," Harlow's ode to a nobody's dreams acts less as a detour and more of an emergency brake, considering the rest of the disc comes nowhere near "Fallin' Star" in either style or in execution. Whether this was intentional or not may never be known, but whatever the case it's hard not to stop and take notice.

As a cohesive body of work, Mad About You finds itself caught between its style changes and arrangements too often to stand as a unified body, but as a showcase for Harlow's talents and comfort across a wealth genres, the disc shines. Over the course of the album's twelve tracks, Harlow covers a lot of ground and shows off a lot of promise; somewhere in there lies his true calling.

Recommended Tracks: "Without You Here" doesn't just tell a story but actually brings its main character to life; the winding, almost brilliant piano lines lend weight to the uplifting whimsy of "In Over My Head"

~The Washington Post

By Andrew Reilly on February 22, 2009 at 10:11p.m.

The wait is over. Joey Harlow's mantra: To put Detroit back on the map in the film industry. A crazy entertaining, and insane career as a film director, producer, musician, performer, songwriter, and music film score composer. Like no other experience EVER Joey Harlow's rise is simply a crazy roller coaster ride.

Add Director Biography
Director Statement

If it's not innovative ... It's not worth doing!
~ Joey Harlow