Samuel Oldham

Samuel Oldham

Ballistyk Creations
Editor and Filmmaker

Ontario, California

Member Since:
April 2016
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About Samuel

My career began as an original instructor at Sherwood Oaks Experimental College. I conducted a class for Hollywood professionals in 16mm filmmaking and moderated a lecture series entitled ANATOMY OF A FILM.

I then produced several independent video shorts that screened regularly at the original EZTV Video Gallery in West Hollywood before becoming a cameraman and editor of several award winning documentaries for Global Science Production, Afterburner Enterprises and Screaming Eagle Productions.

Unique traits: I am a FANATIC for Film Music, Courtroom Dramas as well as Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy.



  • Heartburn

    Heartburn (2013)
    Film (Short, Action, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department America has five branches of the military... Sixteen different intelligence agencies... A thousand elite police forces... And one woman keeps them all in line! HEARTBURN While investigating the disappearance of an US Marine recruit at a top secret SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance & Escape) training site, AVRIL HEART, an undercover Department of Homeland Security agent, endures 'enhanced interrogation' in order to learn the truth. After the death of another Marine cooperating with her investigation, Agent Heart discovers a shocking conspiracy that calls into question everything she is fighting for. Written by Anonymous

  • Double Tap

    Double Tap (2011)
    Film (Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Editor Bobby Giovanni is a distraught police detective and father over the edge. Plagued by his past and mourning the death of his wife he compensates by taking Vicodin and other prescription drugs. Upon discovering who murdered his wife he seeks revenge as social services takes his children away! Written by Da Bronx Productions, Inc.

  • The Great Dancing War

    The Great Dancing War (2010)
    Video (Short, Adventure, Fantasy and War) Editor In the Future-Present, when all means of war and peace alike, have failed, the world divides into two Great Dancing Armies. History calls this The Great Dancing War.

  • Pulp Fiction: The Golden Age of Storytelling

    Pulp Fiction: The Golden Age of Storytelling (2009)
    Video (Documentary) Cameraman/Editor This 50 minute documentary focuses on the writers for the pulp magazines of the 20s, 30s, 40s and early 50s and the stories they told that were the basis or inspiration for many of today's iconic movies. Featured interviewees include Ray Bradbury and Frederick Pohl, who got their start churning out fiction for the pulps before obtaining fame through their novels, as well as editors such as John Gunnison of Adventure House and bookstore owners such as Otto Penzler. Written by David Bassler

  • Yuri Gagarin Conspiracy: Fallen Idol

    Yuri Gagarin Conspiracy: Fallen Idol (2009)
    Video (Documentary) Director In 1961 President John F. Kennedy started the United States on a path of discovery and exploration that captures the best of mankind's spirit. On April 12th, 1961, the Soviet Union reports the successful launch, orbit and reentry of the first man in space, Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin pushing the cold war into a space duel. With the collapse of communism and the rise of freedom in the Russian Federation, recent access to documents in the Kremlin archives reveal a story intended to remain buried forever. Yuri Gagarin, the icon of triumphant communism known world over, was not the first man in space. He was preceded by Vladimir Ilyushin, an unsung hero and the man at the center of this decades old conspiracy. Written by Denny Hooten

  • Pirate Camp

    Pirate Camp (2007)
    Film (Action and Family) Sound department Corbin Bernsen stars in this children's adventure where only the pure of heart will be able to find the key to breaking the curse that holds real pirates captive.

  • Atlantis: Secret Star Mappers of a Lost World

    Atlantis: Secret Star Mappers of a Lost World (2007)
    Video (Documentary) Camera/Editor/Electrical Department Go beyond the lost human history! A profile and examination of the recent findings of a highly advanced human settlement submerged at the end of the Ice Age when the sea level rose. The story of Atlantis has its roots in actual historical events! Written by Anonymous

  • Close Encounters of the 4th Kind: Infestation from Mars

    Close Encounters of the 4th Kind: Infestation from Mars (2004)
    Video (Sci-Fi) Writer/Director/Editor A secret government project to harvest Martian biological weapons goes wrong when the satellite bringing samples to Earth goes off course and crashes on a farm. The wife of the farmer is infected and mutates into a superhuman creature bent on reproducing to take over the planet.

  • The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space

    The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space (2003)
    Video (Adventure and Sci-Fi) Writer/Post-Production Science professor Harvey Kirk is a sex addict and his marriage is falling apart. One night, sexy alien amazons kidnap him. They need him to repopulate their hot species. His wife hides in their spaceship and tries to save him.

  • Easy Six

    Easy Six (2003)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Sound department Packard Schmidt is a burnt-out, middle-aged college English professor. In a desperate attempt to restore some sense of vitality to his lonely existence he embarks on a series of impulsive romantic exploits resulting in a cavalcade of disaster both personally and professionally. These disasters change and educate Pack and serve eventually as a meditation on the meaning and power of desire, loss, and love. Written by Anonymous

  • Final Payback

    Final Payback (2001)
    Film (Action) Writer/Post-Production An ex-cop, framed for a murder he didn't commit, sets out to find the real killer.

  • Gangland

    Gangland (2001)
    Film (Action and Sci-Fi) Camera/Electrical Department/Post-Production In a post-apocalyptic future three heroes battle to survive in a city which is being controlled by an evil gang.

  • Blood Slaves of the Vampire Wolf

    Blood Slaves of the Vampire Wolf (1996)
    Film (Horror) Actor A young vampire, named Selena, resides in Los Angeles and has her mute lackey Monk hunt down women to kill and drink their blood. Selena brings into her small group Antonio, a hulking wolf-man to assist and further terrorize the people of L.A. In the meantime, a dogged police inspector and a resourceful young woman try to piece together the strange murders and disappearances before more victims turn up. Written by matt-282

  • Fists of Iron

    Fists of Iron (1995)
    Film (Action) Editor A skillful fighter who works as a mechanic goes with his friend to a rich guy's villa where illegal fighting is being organizes. It should be easy money, but the friend gets killed and now the mechanic wants revenge on the people involved.

  • A Dangerous Place

    A Dangerous Place (1994)
    Film (Action and Thriller) Editor When Ethan's older brother Greg is found dead, the police rule the case a suicide, but Ethan suspects foul play stemming from Greg's recent involvement with a martial arts team called the Scorpions. Ethan is also accomplished at martial arts, and he determines to join the Scorpions as a means of learning what really happened to Greg. Written by Michelle Sturges

  • The Master Demon

    The Master Demon (1991)
    Film (Action and Horror) Writer/Director/Editor The Master Demon: Centuries ago, a demonic fury is pitted against a white warrior in an epic battle with mankind in the balance. The fatally wounded white warrior severs the Demon's hand and takes it to a Shaolin Temple to prevent the Demon from ever becoming whole again. Both a horrid nightmare and a deadly omen for martial arts master Tong Lee in the present day. Written by Carl Sgro

  • Dark Romances Vol. 1

    Dark Romances Vol. 1 (1990)
    Video (Horror and Romance) Writer/Editor "The Black Veil." Set in 1888, the widow of a psychiatrist visits a college friend who is performing in a theatre that enacts gruesome mutilations and torture. The actress suffers from severe headaches, and the friend tries to help her with a hypnotizing machine designed by her father, and uncovers horrors that parallel the stage productions. "Listen to Midnight." A photographer recounts the events leading up to his murder, which is linked to a story he had heard in Japan about a female dragonfly luring the male to his death. Written by Ed Sutton

  • Dark Romances Vol. 2

    Dark Romances Vol. 2 (1990)
    Video (Horror and Romance) Writer/Director/Editor "She's Bad, She's Blonde, She's Lunch." A couple hold up a store to pay the rent, then take an ill-fated trip to Lover's Lane, where they meet a man involved in genetic research. "Cardinal Sin." A young man escapes into Hustler fantasies and must avoid his overbearing and religious mom. "Pet Shop of Death." A henpecked husband goes to a specialty pet store to get something to help free him up so he can pursue his neighbor. "Last Love." A psychiatrist, forlorn over the loss of her husband, takes steps to make her affair with his ghost more permanent. "What Goes Around..." A composer who can't create since the death of his wife and child finds inspiration from the affair with a femme fatale. But she has a price. Written by Ed Sutton

  • Zombie Party

    Zombie Party (1989)
    Video (Comedy, Horror and Short) Director A comedic tribute to George Romero, a group of teens throw a party at a house build over an old grave site. A meteor lands and the radiation reanimates the corpses who proceed to ravage the town.

  • Tales of the Unliving and the Undead

    Tales of the Unliving and the Undead (1988)
    Film Writer/Director An anthology of horror stories.

  • Cards of Death

    Cards of Death (1986)
    Video (Crime, Horror and Thriller) Editor Centers around a cop and two brothers hot on the trail of a murderous card game in which masked participants must murder the loser or be killed themselves.

  • Lugosi: The Forgotten King

    Lugosi: The Forgotten King (1985)
    TV Movie (Documentary and Biography) Sound department A one hour documentary on the life of one of Hollywood's neglected horror icons, hosted by fear fan extraordinare Forrest J Ackerman & interviews with Hollywood legends John Carradine, Ralph Bellamy, Carroll Borland and B-movie producer Alex Gordon. Written by Dave Stuckey

  • Cataclysm

    Cataclysm (1980)
    Film (Horror) Sound department Police detective, Mitchell, investigating the death of a victim of a Nazi concentration camp discovers a nightclubbing playboy who has strange powers over women and is seemingly ageless. Written by Anonymous

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