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Sunday Scaries: Celebrate Myles Hughes’ Wedding with Some of His Terrifyingly Good Work

American Exorcist

The Sunday Scaries are upon us once again! Yes, as the weekend concludes, most of us feel an oncoming sense of anticipatory dread about the week ahead. Anxiety about work manifests itself into a feeling that’s known as the Sunday Scaries. However, we at Awards Radar are here to combat that, by taking back the name. Now, we want you think about a horror-centric piece on the site when you hear the term. So, let us continue on with another installment of the Awards Radar Sunday Scaries! Today, we’re going to pay tribute to our own writer Myles Hughes, in a very specific manner…

As most of you know, Myles got married yesterday. I was in attendance to celebrate Myles and his wife Kelly, but in addition to the wedding gifts I gave him (film related, of course), it seemed only right to do something else. So, considering how he is a budding filmmaker and has made several shorts, I’m going to showcase those movies today. So, below you’ll be able to see Myles in action today.

“American Exorcist” (2020) Cinematography by Jaron Wallace Written/Directed/Produced/Edited by Myles Hughes

Time to celebrate the artist himself. Here now is some of his horror-centric work:

AfterShock Pictures

AfterShock Pictures

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American Exorcist

Once Upon a Dracula

Congrats again to Myles Hughes and his new blushing bride and stay tuned for another Sunday Scaries next week!


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