Because Reasons Film Adaptation Wins Fan Favorite at ConNooga

Krista West as Tiffany in Because Reasons

My Little Rascal Productions short film adaptation of Isaac Thorne’s short tale of dark comic horror Because Reasons was shown at TN Horror News’ Indie Horror Film Showcase Feb. 24, 2018. The showcase was part of a ConNooga 2018 panel hosted by TN Horror News.

“It was awesome getting to see Because Reasons play before an audience,” Isaac says. “The showcase experienced a few technical difficulties that meant only three of the six films were shown. Because Reasons was the first. I was happy to learn that the small audience there selected it as their favorite.”

The My Little Rascal Productions short film is based on Isaac’s short tale of dark comic horror of the same name. The film stars Krista West as Tiffany, along with Shawn Shillingford, Julie Chapin, Adela-Adriana Moscu, David R. Clayton, and Melissa Marie. It was directed by Roger Glass and produced by Joey and Lisa Sorrentino.

Because Reasons Synopsis

Tiffany’s not bad. She’s just bored. Tiffany is an all-American dream. Her mother is a successful lawyer. Her father is a CEO. She has perfect social skills. Her mind is sharp. Her instincts Killer. Unfortunately, Tiffany has a problem. She’s so very bored. She has no idea what she’s going to do with her life. That is, until the night her mother dies right before her eyes. That night Tiffany decides she’s going to go out and have some real fun. Some blood-soaked fun. Fun is powerful and power is legit. Because being bored is worse than being dead. Because reasons.

About TN Horror News

TN Horror News is a horror news and promotion group based in Middle Tennessee. The TN Horror News web site features film reviews and horror news. In addition, JimJam and Jonny LeRoy host a weekly TN Horror News podcast titled The Horror Basement.

About ConNooga

ConNooga is an annual fandom convention that takes place in Chattanooga, Tenn. ConNooga 2018 was held Feb. 23 through 25 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. The convention features several “tracks” that include vendors and panels, including a horror track.

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