May 5, 2009



“I CAN SEE YOU heralds a splendid new filmmaker with one eye on genre mechanics, one eye on avant-gard conceits and a third eye for transcendental weirdness” -THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Ultimately opting for Brakhage over butchery, this surprising horror debut hits us where it hurts by turning vision itself into a mind-frying source of anxiety…” -THE VILLAGE VOICE

“Without a doubt one of the most intriguing and well-crafted low-budget horror films in recent memory” -FANGORIA

“Critically lauded pic… could build a cult following… Reznick’s sound design effectively jangles nerves, and two setpieces trumpet his visual prowess: a languid lovemaking scene lit by indirect flashlight and a tour-de-force musical number” -VARIETY

“Critic’s Choice!”  -NY POST

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April 23, 2009


I CAN SEE YOU is being released theatrically in NYC beginning April 29th, through CinemaPurgatorio.

In addition to the feature, the screenings will feature a *brand new* 3-Dimensional short film I directed called THE VIEWER.

More info on the films

Ticket Sales

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April 23, 2009



Ti West’s new movie THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL opens this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The film stars Jocelin Donahue, Greta Gerwig, Tom Noonan, Mary Woronov, A.J. Bowen and Dee Wallace.

I did the sound design and cut the trailer for the film.

Check it out at the official site!

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January 14, 2009

I Sell The Dead

Sound Design for I SELL THE DEAD

I recently completed the sound design for Glenn McQuaid’s “I Sell The Dead“, which will be the opening night film at this year’s SLAMDANCE film festival.

“I Sell The Dead” is a Glass Eye Pix / Scareflix production (like my own film, “I CAN SEE YOU“), and stars Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Dominic Monaghan (Lost), and Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter)

View the trailer here.


UPDATE (01-23-09): I Sell The Dead has won Best Cinematography and Best Performance (Larry Fessenden)!

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December 16, 2008

Twelve Days of Black Mass

New Short Film:

Twelve Days of Black Mass

My new short film “Twelve Days of Black Mass” is Day 16 of Beck Underwood / Glass Eye Pix’s Creepy Christmas online video-advent calender.

Lots of good stuff here from filmmakers like Larry Fessenden, Mary Haron, Ti West, Glenn McQuaid, J.T. Petty, Mike Vincent, Jim McKenney and more!


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June 6, 2008

The Reel Graham Reznick


Video reels of my directing, editing and sound work are up at


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March 18, 2008

Trigger Man

Sound Design for TRIGGER MAN

JOLTING. Minimum fuss and maximum tension… Steel trap finale
–The New York Times

KINO INTERNATIONAL has released “Trigger Man” the second Ti West film for which I designed sound.

The DVD features a commentary track with Ti and myself.

Pick up the DVD at Amazon!

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February 6, 2008


Sound Design for AUTOMATONS

Jim McKenney’s Awesome, Lo-Fi, Robot, War Movie “AUTOMATONS” (for which I did sound design) has been released on DVD!

Check it out at the official site


go order it at!


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December 20, 2007

I CAN SEE YOU poster!

New Poster for I CAN SEE YOU

There is now a Brand New Poster for my film,I CAN SEE YOU.”

Don’t forget to check out the teaser trailer!


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July 25, 2007

Ben in the Mirror

I CAN SEE YOU Teaser Trailer

The teaser trailer for “I CAN SEE YOU” is now live!

You can check it out at the trailer page in small, large, or HD 720 quicktime.

There are also streaming versions on Myspace and YouTube.

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February 11, 2007

LCD Soundsystem - North American Scum


The video for LCD Soundsystem‘s new song “North American Scum” is now live at Waverly Films.

It was directed by Ben Dickinson and edited by me, and features visual effects by Ron Winter and design by Wyeth Hansen.

I’ve also put up a Flickr Photoset of pictures I took on set.


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May 30, 2006

I Can See You - Teaser Poster

I CAN SEE YOU Begins Shooting

This summer, in late July, my first feature length film “I CAN SEE YOU” will begin shooting.

It is being produced as a Scareflix film (like The Roost), for Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix.

More info to come.


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April 14, 2006

Breathe Censored

Grazer’s Song A Day Song Project

I’ve embarked on a new project called “Grazer’s Song-a-Day Songs,” in which I will attempt to write and record a fairly coherent song and post it online each and every day.

The strange (and fun!) results of this experiment don’t necessarily reflect my more thought-out and well recorded efforts, some of which can be found here.

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February 27, 2006

Best Weed Ever!

Commercial for VH1’s Best Week Ever

I’ve done some animation and sound design for Ben Dickinson‘s VH1 commercial called “Best Weed Ever.”

I did the hand-drawn Crazy Sun animation (and Rainbow Eye-Beam) as well as some of the background art and titles.


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October 18, 2005

The Juan Maclean - Give Me Every Little ThingMusic Video for The Juan Maclean

(((((((((((((((WARNING! EXPLICIT CONTENT )))))))))))))))

The Juan Maclean video for “Give Me Every Little Thing,”
(directed by Ben Dickinson and cut by both of us) is now live at Waverly Films.
The single comes out today, which also contains the video.


This Friday (October 21st), “The Roost” is released in select cities across the country.

The trailer that I cut for the film, as well as the two posters that I designed/worked on (David Bell painted the darker one) are already showing/hanging at these venues.

The posters are also hanging on the streets of NYC.

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October 11, 2005

The Roost

THE ROOST Has Been Sold!


Issue #246 of FANGORIA (on sale this month) features a 4 page article on “The Roost”!


Ti West’s “The Roost” has been picked up by Showtime (for TV and Video distribution) and by Vitagraph films (for theatrical distribution). Expect a limited release in October!

Variety gave “The Roost” a favorable review, and mentioned specifically my work on the sound design of the film. A subscription free transcription of the review is available here.


I’ve also been working with Ben Dickinson over at Waverly Films, editing his new video for The Juan Maclean (ex-Six Finger Satellite). I’ll post a link as soon as the video goes live.

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January 29, 2005

The Woman Who Split Before DinnerNew Short Film:
The Woman Who Split Before Dinner

“Stylish, wicked and freaky. Totally original and told with total confidence. Keeps upping the ante.”
Larry Fessenden, director of HABIT and WENDIGO,

re: The Woman Who Split Before Dinner

I have a photostream on Flickr. A lot of new photographs can now be seen there. I’ve also added quite a few new drawings to the Inkface Gallery.

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December 6, 2004

The Roost

Theatrical Trailer for THE ROOST


I’ve cut the trailer for Ti West’s “The Roost,”
which is now online over at

Direct link to the trailer page here.


THE ROOST will be screening at SXSW!
Check for updates on showtimes.

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November 3, 2004

Project #2


Major update coming soon…

Lots of new artwork and music!

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May 22, 2004

The Woman Who Split Before Dinner

Delaware Short Films Screenings

New screening in Delaware
June 6th at Theatre N in Wilmington

7:00 pm – FREE! Seating is limited, so please come early.

Films Screening:
“Project 2” – 2000
Wayne Black” – 2001
Louise Black” – 2002
The Woman Who Split Before Dinner” – 2004

For directions and more information on Theatre N, Click Here

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