Date: 06/11/2012 Print This Post




Sister Film Company Chemical Burn, Specializing In Horror and Gore
Films, Also Averages Two Films Per Month—With Current Titles
Including “BANE: An Experiment In Human Suffering” and “Lady Of
The Dark: Genesis of the Serpent Vampire”

Thousands of folks will be lining up on Memorial Day Weekend to see Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones time travel back to 1969 to fight an alien criminal in “Men In Black III,” one of the “must see” sequels of Summer 2012.

More discerning and sophisticated film fans interested in the same type of subject matter will be checking out two films that are infinitely more remarkable and provocative—“Alien From Area 51: The Alien Autopsy Footage Revealed” and “Dark Watchers: The Women in Black,” the latest two titles in a growing catalog of hundreds of daring, challenging and infectiously compelling, and often frightening, titles from Reality Entertainment.

Loaded with trailers and full length features, the company’s wildly popular dedicated YouTube page, with millions of video views, is testament to the growing popularity of its films and overall brand.

“Alien From Area 51” is a Warner distributed Feature Documentary offering an unprecedented perspective on the UFO enigma and what it means to us all; while testing our beliefs and rattling viewers to the core, it offers convincing proof that the time is coming for alien intervention on Earth, whether we’re ready or not. “Dark Watchers” is a feature film about three women in a sleepy seaside village searching the skies for a UFO sighting that is haunting the area; their need to understand why the UFOs are here takes them into the heart of a dark and secretive universe populated by beings from another dimension.

Creating works that fascinate, intrigue, scare and taunt us with invitations to enter realms and possibilities about the universe and our spiritual and physical place within it, Reality Entertainment is a world renowned producer of mind bending, cutting edge films by world class authors, researchers and experts from across the globe. Challenging our long held beliefs about history, the spirit realm and whether we’re truly alone in the universe, no frightening or taboo subject is off limits: Ancient Mysteries, UFOs and Aliens, Secret Societies and Conspiracies, The Paranormal and Occult, Quantum Theory, Prophecy, Spirituality, Religion, Esoteric Teachings, History and more are just a few topics that Reality Entertainment explores in its films.

Mysteriously and often eerily reflecting its branding philosophies “Reality is what you make it” and “Strange is Normal,” the broad based multi-media company ventures into uncharted realms with what founder and company CEO Warren Croyle calls “profound, life altering and epiphanous films that explore taboos and expand human consciousness.”

The titles of Reality Entertainment’s upcoming June and July releases are equally enticing: “Ghost Attack on Sutton Street: Poltergeists and Paranormal Entities,” “Ancient Alien Question: From UFOs to Extraterrestrial Visitations” and “Paranormal Haunting: Curse of the Blue Moon Inn/The Stone: No Soul Unturned.” The company has also recently expanded into the audacious comedy/satire realm with its new release of the UK film “The Flirting Club,” which Kerosene Bomb calls “A Male Bridget Jones meets American Pie” and earned kudos as “Goofy, Raunchy and Delicious!”

Launching his media career in the music industry as a music producer, Croyle started Reality Entertainment as an independent record label in the early ‘90s that released albums from a diverse array of artists, including alt rock band Marcy Playground, KC and the Sunshine Band and heavy metal/rock groups Godhead, Sybreed, The Chocolate Rockets, Freakhouse and many more. While becoming one of the first prominent indie labels to champion iTunes and embrace the digital evolution of the early 2000s, Reality began to embrace other media during that period, starting with the publishing division Reality Press and John Jay Harper’s groundbreaking “Tranceformers, Shamans of the 21st Century” (whose latest edition, in the wake of the author’s passing in 2010, has been “Revised and Updated for 2012 and Beyond”).

In the spirit of the Terence McKenna—the late philosopher, psychonaut, teacher, researcher and writer on human consciousness, language, psychedelic drums, the evolution of civilizations, the origin and end of the universe, alchemy and extraterrestrial beings—“Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century” is the true story of Harper’s contact with a “dead optics” physicist colleague and the telepathic communication that sent him searching for scientific answers to his spiritual questions.

The book, which became a #1 bestseller on Amazon three times, delves into astrology, astronomy, biology, near death experiences, paranormal psychology, quantum physics and Egyptian and Mayan cosmology. Offering enlightening paths to self empowerment, Harper’s theme is that by learning to use trance—the techniques employed by mystics, prophets and shamans—one can unlock the mysteries of existence for themselves.

The title’s massive success prompted Reality to sign other prominent experts on such mysteries, including Philip Gardiner, whose Reality Press published book “Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon’s Temple Revealed” was later turned into a popular Reality film of the same name. Conspiracy theorists have long accused the Freemasons, the Catholic Church and others of covering up the hidden legacy of Solomon’s great temple. With this book and DVD, Gardiner proposers that not only did Solomon’s Temple not exist as we know it, but in fact had a much deeper significance.

For several years, Reality Press and Reality Films were dominant players in mind, body and spirit titles. As the market for such works slowed down, cable shows on such subjects as UFOs, ghosts and paranormal activities was reaching a fevered pitch and the market was ripe for a company devoted to films on such topics—a niche Reality not only quasi invented, but dominates with hundreds of powerful titles.

Two of the most prominent experts signed to Reality Films are Phillip Coppens and Jason Martell, both of whom have starred on the popular and controversial History Channel series “Ancient Aliens”—a program that presents hypotheses of ancient astronauts and proposes that historical texts, archaeology and legends contain evidence of past human-extraterrestrial contact.

Martell is featured in Reality’s “Ancient Astronauts: The Gods from Planet X” and “Ancient Alien Agenda: Aliens and UFOs from the Area 51 Archives.” Coppens’ titles include “2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of Ages,” which unveils the other side of the 2012 enigma, including the underlying mystery of 2012, the true nature of time and current evolution of the human mind; and the new “Ancient Alien Question: From UFOs to Extraterrestrial Visitations,” in which he reveals an array of astonishing truths about our history, including a radically different understanding of pyramids and how they were constructed. In the latter film, Coppens provides substantial proof that extraterrestrials came to earth millennia ago.

Over the past few years, the parent company of Reality Entertainment launched Chemical Burn, a new film division for true life horror and gore films and other types of titles that are challenging and provocative but are beyond the scope of Reality Films’ subject matter. Like Reality, Chemical Burn releases two titles a month. Past titles include “The Defiled” and “I Sold My Soul To Satan,” and current films include “BANE: Experiment in Human Suffering,” “Lady of the Dark: Genesis of the Serpent Vampire,” “Tied In Blood: A Bone Chilling Ghost Story,” “Fell: Relationships Can Bring You Down” and “One Hour To Die.”

“Chemical Burn has creepy, scary films that often reflect on the human condition and other cerebral facets of humanity,” Croyle says. “While Reality has become a mecca for leading authors, researchers and experts from around the globe, Chemical Burn is more like a breeding ground for established as well as up-and-coming, cutting edge and revolutionary horror and suspense film directors. Chemical Burns titles have a wide range of appeal and are very popular with sci fi, comic book and game people. Both companies are dedicated not just to making films with mass appeal but that also have a unique and powerful message that leaves the viewer thinking. Film is a powerful medium for searching and discovering truths about ourselves, the world and the universe around us. We believe that as we explore, human consciousness can expand and lives can be profoundly changed.”