Bryan is an Entrepreneur, Executive Producer of Film and Music, Actor, Singer and Songwriter, Speaker, Wealth Building Consultant, and a Green Consulting Engineer – a Licensed Professional Engineer practicing LEED principles (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) with outstanding credentials.
Executive Producer: Bryan David
Director: Todd Sheets
Starring: Lew Temple, Antwoine Steele, Bryan David…
Set in a gritty economically devastated NYC, “The Price” is the story of two outlaws and the bounty hunter who pursues them…
Featuring original music from Lead singer-songwriter Bryan David, Abishi includes globally renowned musicians who have…
The Pom Pom Massacre
“The Pom Pom Massacre, the Cheerleaders Must Die” is like “Friday the 13th” at Cheerleading Camp meets…
Imaginationless Tour Documentary
From LA, through the Midwest…
Obsidian is tearing up the scene in a manner that can only be compared to the meteoric rise of Motley Crue in their heyday…
Live Event & Convention
Music, Film, Stand-up Comedy, App Festival, Panels, Technology Think Tank…
House of Forbidden Secrets
Composed by Italian composer Fabio Frizzi, who composed on Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Motion Picture Soundtrack. This dark, yet…
Lew Temple Co-Starring in Rob Zombie’s “31” and “The Lone Ranger” Blockbusters
Lew Temple…Bryan David’s co-star in “House of Forbidden Secrets” appears everywhere in front of millions of eyes around the world with Sheri Moon Zombie in “31” and Johnny Depp in Disney’s “The Lone Ranger.” Checkout the trailers for these films and the interview of Lew Temple by Movie Vine.
‘House of Forbidden Secrets’ International Music Composition Team
The score of the film is a collaboration of
Fabio Frizzi (Italy)
Composer of Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill: Vol. 1,” “City of the Living Dead,” “The Beyond,” “Zombia” and other internationally acclaimed films.
Known for “Mad Cowgirl,” “Come December” and “Violent Blue.”
Score is similar to: Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” John Carpenter’s classic “Halloween,” Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story,” “The Omen,” “The Exorcist,” The Band Queen (a rock opera) and the Trans Siberian Orchestra.