A new movie was recently completed by a Long Island filmmaker using only his phone for recording. The drag racing movie “Sunday Sunday Sunday” by Anthony Natoli stars two brothers who inherit a Dodge Dart. The resident of Valley stream told News 12 that it took five years to complete the film, which was entirely filmed on Long Island, including in Massapequa and Montauk as well as at All-American Burger. It’s a small love letter to some of my favourite spots, Natoli explained.
On July 20, Dreadout 2, a sombre third-person horror game with Indonesian folklore influences that was first launched on PC in 2020, will also be available on PS5 and PS4. You play as Linda, a high school student with the capacity to see and smell ghosts, and you use your smartphone to fight the nightmares threatening her hometown, taking some inspiration from Fatal Frame.
A Long Island filmmaker just finished recording a new movie, doing it all on his phone. Anthony Natoli’s, ‘Sunday Sunday Sunday’ is a film about drag racing with two brothers who inherit a Dodge dart. The Valley stream native told News 12 the movie took five years to complete and shot the whole thing on Long Island, including in Montauk and All-American Burger in Massapequa. “It’s a little love letter to my favorite places,” said Natoli.