Lorenzo P. Adams is a writer, director, and producer based out of New York City. While studying Mass Communications and Journalism at West Virginia State University, he developed a strong interest in film. This passion combined with his love for the horror movie genre created an urge and calling to create the films that are inspired by his love for the genre. This led to the 2017 release and screening of the atmospheric horror short "ROTARY" which screened in 19 genre festivals and won an award. Lorenzo is now set to shoot and release his directorial feature debut "WHY MONA RAE?" (2019) and "SAMHAIN" (2020). His goal is to create films as a horror fan first, and filmmaker second. Influenced by the likes of Dario Argento, Alexander Aja, John Carpenter, and Alfred Hitchcock, Lorenzo hopes to create modern horror while paying homage to the filmmakers before him.
ROTARY (2017) Budget: $0 - $100K | Thriller ⋄ Horror In 1968, a young babysitter's evening is interrupted by strange and unsettling occurrences.
Why Mona Rae? (2019) Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller ⋄ Horror On an isolated road, a blind military veteran begins to suspect something sinister brewing after she is rescued from a car accident by a mysterious pair of siblings from an Amish community.
Why, Mona Rae?
Film by Lorenzo P. Adams (Fantasy, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Writer / Producer On an isolated road, a blind military veteran begins to suspect something sinister brewing after she is rescued from a car accident by a mysterious pair of siblings from an Amish community.
Percy & Caesar
Film Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Percy & Caesar (2018)
Film (short) by Stanley Mathis / Jamil Akim O'Quinn 1st Assistant Director A field hand is trapped in the middle of a fatal love affair with a house slave and their master.
Film (short) by Lorenzo P. Adams Writer / Producer In 1968, a young babysitter's evening is interrupted by strange and unsettling occurrences.