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Coliseum "Comedown"

With the sun setting down on a world gone rogue, Mason Dupree sets out on one last score. His mission to save a girl that may already be lost for good. His reward, as much water and food as he can store. With nothing left to lose Mason sets out to find the girl and collect the reward. But with blood thirsty scavengers on the loose, and razor weilding bikers standing in his way, will he even make it through the day?

  • Rafael Mayoral-Parracia
  • Courtney Poyser
    Key Cast
  • Brian Larson
    Key Cast
  • Carly Shea
    Key Cast
  • Rafael Mayoral-Parracia
    Key Cast
  • Rafael Mayoral-Parracia
  • Rafael Mayoral-Parracia
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Genres:
    Horror, Action, Noir
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 55 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 10, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    9,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Rafael Mayoral-Parracia

Rafael Mayoral-Parracia is the founder of Iron Sight Cinema, a production company focused on creating cinematic music videos, documentaries, and commercials.

Spending the earlier portion of his career as an in house Director of Photography for Diamante films, Rafael has shot docustyle campaigns for Jack Daniels, Schick, and Buchanan's Whiskey, as well as a variety of music videos, and the PBS documentary "Tales Of A Ghetto Klown".

Now with his sights focused on becoming a full time director, his videos have premiered on various web publications including Bloody Disgusting and Vice Noisey.

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Director Statement

As a child I fondly remember sitting in front of the TV every Saturday morning, excited to watch the strange array of shows that were popular in the 1980's. From cartoons like Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors to shows like Pee Wee's Playhouse, I was enamored with the weird, creepy and absurd.

When cartoon time was over, me and my dad would head out to the VHS store to see what was new on the shelf. Being the curious weirdo I was, I would venture into the horror section to eye the covers of the latest frightful features. Though I wasn't allowed to watch any of the these films due to my parents fear of giving me nightmares, I would gaze at the covers and wonder what peculiarities lied beneath. As I grew older my fascination for the strange continued to grow. When I was finally granted permission to watch such foul things, movies like Total Recall, Cat's Eye, and Serpent in the Rainbow became instant favorites.

Knowing I had a passion for great films my parents would invite me to watch what they were watching. Movies that weren't exactly horror but told dark tales that were possible within our reality. The influence of such films like American Beauty and Full Metal Jacket gave me a taste of characters and stories that could be as deep and nuanced as they were telling within the situations they portrayed. Through these experiences I'd found a new appreciation for film, and though I still loved the in your face element of the ghoulish and bazaar, the films I enjoy, as well as those I enjoy making, are just as much boiling under the surface with oddities as they are apparent to the naked eye.