On July 4th, private Jay Williams returns home from the Middle East, but a mysterious epidemic breaks out and infects his friends at his party. On the road to salvation, Jay is joined by his ex-sergeant, who reveals chilling secrets leading to a conspiracy. The night has just begun, as they embark on a survival quest for the ultimate truth.



Breaking News! War vet with PTSD shoots among the crowd!…  Maybe he saw enemies, monsters… It’s about real life. It’s about F.O.E. This is not another shootout zombie flick. It’s about the inner journey of a person on the run from his demons, real or not, from an unknown enemy, who may attack anywhere, anytime. Perhaps it’s the story of a victim, a brainwashed pawn, a scapegoat in a devious system, or perhaps it’s just the story of an unwilling executioner. As fear confuses and deforms reality, Jay meets surreal characters and learns bits of truth on his way to salvation, or perhaps to damnation. The movie touches contemporary issues, like mysterious epidemics, terrorism paranoia, vets PTSD, mass shootings, big brother conspiracy and more. It’s a contemporary tale of realistic madness. Yet, it never loses its focus on entertaining, which is why we watch movies, after all.


F.O.E. has been selected to the following festivals:

– Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival

– Hollywood International Moving Picture Film Festival (Best Horror Feature, Best Director)

– Culver City Film Festival (Best Horror Feature)

– New York City International Film Festival (Best Horror Feature)

– Silicon Beach Film Fest, Venice (Best Sound Design)

– Action On Film Festival, Las Vegas (Best Action Scene)

– Salento International Film Festival, Italy