Nathan Oliver has been making noise in the film scene of New England since a very young age. His short films have found audiences at the Tower of Youth Film Festival (Bus Stop to Nowhere), the Uovo Horror Film Festival in Naples (Uncomfortable), and many more.
In his debut feature film, Lady Psycho Killer, Nathan took the reigns as not only co-writer with Albert Melamed (Lady Psycho Killer; John McAfee) but as director, guiding memorable performances from a star-studded cast including Michael Madsen (Donnie Branco, Reservoir Dogs), Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, Halloween), Ron Jeremy (Boondocks Saints, Return to Nuke 'Em High Vol 2) and Daniel Baldwin (Homicide: Life in the Streets, John Carpenter's Vampires). He continues to write everyday.
Lady Psycho Killer
Film by Nathan Oliver (Comedy and Horror) Director, Writer Lady Psycho Killer is a film ready to rock you to the core. A doe-eyed knife-wielding killer is on the loose in a small town slicing and dicing men of questionable intent left and right. As her brutality leaves a town littered with corpses, her unquenchable blood-lust is lost on her young lover who is willing to pursue her regardless of the obvious warning signs of psychosis. Will he meet his end at the end of her blade? She decides who lives or dies! Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by David Marriott (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Parallels an editor's nightly routine with the larger-than-life stories of his current documentary film subject, a veteran of Hollywood's golden age.
The Zombies Are Coming to Town!
Film by Nathan Oliver (Comedy and Horror) Director, Writer, Producer The Zombies are Coming to Town! is a clash between the punk-rock style of independent film making and the hilarity of the modern Zombie movie. The film pays homage to such classics as Night of the Living Dead and Return of the Living Dead while leeching off the gore of movies like Darkness: The Vampire Version and Zombie. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by David Marriott (Crime and Drama) Producer A short drama exploring crime scene photography and myth in the post-war star system.
Film (short) by Nathan Oliver (Horror) Director, Writer, Producer
Atlanta Horror Festival - Best Horror Feature
Spotlight Filmmaker Award
Portland Film Festival - Best Made in Maine