Created for iHorror's "Bye Felicia" compilation film: Four college students learn that they're just characters in a deranged writer's story and all but one of them will soon die.

  • Jaiden Frost
  • Jaiden Frost
  • Jonathon Hermosillo
  • Greg Foster
  • Taylor Pylman
    Key Cast
  • Jose Chavez
    Key Cast
  • Morgan Polenske
    Key Cast
  • Wasif Allah
    Key Cast
  • Jaiden Frost
    Key Cast
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    Suspense, Horror
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes 22 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 19, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    180 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Jaiden Frost

Jaiden Frost was born in Killeen, Texas on all Hallow's Eve, 1989. Of mixed decent; mostly Mexican, Irish and African American. He's an American director, known for his extensive internet work; being one of the first YouTubers in 2005, eventually finding a taste of viral fame in 2011 with his (now closed) vlog, "Five For Frost". In 2014 he released the very first ever full production Instagram horror series, "Take Care Of Me" and followed with three more; "Woman Crushed Wednesday", "Merry Crushed Monday" & "The Hitch-Hiker". In autumn of 2015, he released a very well received short film titled "Omnipotence".

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Director Statement

August 30th & September 1st were two of the most impactful days for my life. August 30th, I learned that one of my largest inspirations, Wes Craven, had passed away. September 1st, I was informed by iHorror they were putting together a compilation film of independent horror films for their film "Bye Felicia". Asking the contributors to include only two things in their films; "to have a character named Felicia" and "to end the film with BYE FELICIA". After multiple people contacted me about submitting an entry, I finally made the decision to enter.

When Craven passed away, it devastated me. He has been one of the strongest driving factors of my imagination since I was kid. "SCREAM" changed my perception on how a story should be told and ignited my interest in the psyche of the female protagonist. Craven and Kevin Williamson changed my life with a single movie. After learning that Craven died, I told myself I was going to dedicate my next film to him and not just by adding his name onto the credits, but by arranging the story in a way that I think
he would have enjoyed and referencing the very film that sparked that story writing in me as a kid; "Scream". In "Scream" they're all almost entirely aware they're in a horror film, but then the idea hit me, what if they were not only aware, but it was for certain that's all it was? And here we have "Omnipotence".

I not only wanted to submit this to iHorror's compilation film, but I wanted to share it with everyone on the internet. All of the horror fans that felt that loss in the world the moment he passed. Our nightmares will be always be less fun not having him with us. I hate everyday that I couldn't have had one conversation with him... but in a way, I think this film is the closest I'll ever get to that.