What We Are
The Film/Video Group creates and produces independent properties that support our unique brand and sensibility. Finding its roots in early thriller, sci-fi and horror movies and TV, Hydraulic entertainments’ Film/Video Group creates memorable film experiences with repeat viewing always in our mind.
Some call our point of view” cult”, some call in “genre” – we call it Hydraulic Entertainment.
The Lost Skeleton Returns Again
Now available 10th Anniversary release of – For the first time in Blu-Ray format. Included is the original film in HD with 5.1 sound, an extended Behind the Scenes “Making of the Movie” video, another Behind the Scenes video “Making of the Monsters”, a brand new music video featuring Michale Graves hit song “Lost Skeleton” and 3 new short film featurettes written and directed by Larry Blamire including “Son of the Sword of the Dagger”, “Origin of the Making of the Lost Skeleton Returns Again” and “Who is Bill of Lading”.
This short started the Stuart/Graves movie tradition. This is a frightening story of field research Michale Graves and his investigation of the Lake March Facility – rumored to be the home of more than just legitimate military experiments. What’s really going on at Lake Marsh? Hosted by the queen of horror – Skel-pira. Starring Michale Graves, celebrity paranormal investigator Hector Greencorn , Mark Allen Stuart and Skel-pira herself.
This is the new short film written and directed by Mark Allen Stuart and starring Michale Graves. First there was “Zombies” and then there was “Half Human”. Now with “Zombies” the undead thrillogy is complete. Shot on location is Old Salem New Jersey and Rostov Russia – this film tells the tale of what really happened to mankind……when the space probe came back from Callisto...
Following on the heels of “Zombie”, comes “Half Human”, starring Michale Graves with script and direction by Hydraulic Entertainment CEO Mark Allen Stuart! “Half Human” continues the adventures of Michale Graves as he joins world famous paranormal researcher Hector Greencorn and his Paranormal Institute of Advanced Studies, in the investigation of an abandoned state hospital. What happens next has to be seen to be believed.
The story chronicles traveling entertainer Michale, on the road again – having to deal with the loneliness and emptiness of touring. As he enters the next town he decides to take a walk and see the city. What he finds during that walk will change his life forever…
Feels Like I'm Dying
The new acoustic song from the the album "Bedlam".
The hit track from Lost Skeleton Returns is now a short film in the tradition of the Drive-In classics of years past! Thrill as Michale Graves investigates an outbreak of the undead in this terror packed release written and directed by Hydraulic Entertainment CEO Mark Allen Stuart and hosted by the Queen of ghouls Skel-pira!
Last Man On Earth
Michale Graves’ haunting lyrics are complimented by images from the 1964 film of the same name (itself an adaptation of Richard Matheson’s monumental novel I Am Legend). What could possibly be more fitting than the pairing of Vincent Price and Graves?
Night of the Living Dead
The most influential horror film of all time combined with the music of a horror rock legend; it’s a match made in Hell!
Michale Graves and Chris Motionless team up to bring the listener a horror rock anthem the likes of which has never been heard before, so what better way to visualize the song than with images from the ground breaking 1927 science-fiction masterpiece Metropolis directed by Fritz Lang!
I Can Feel Heaven
The images in the video for I Can Feel Heaven are a study in the impact and beauty of simplicity; images of Michale Graves and his band are presented in chiaroscuro which compliments the immediacy and power of the music perfectly.
Michale Graves’ lyrics are tailor made to accompany images of the creepiest vampire to ever grace the silver screen; none other than Max Schreck as Count Orlok from F.W. Murnau’s 1922 monsterpiece Nosferatu!
Die Monster Die!
Did you know that Thomas Edison filmed the first adaptation of Mary Shelly’s iconic novel Frankenstein in 1910? Even back then the world just didn’t appreciate a rampaging monster in their midst, so what better way to give voice to the action of this silent classic than with this new version of the classic song Die Monster Die!
Old Dark House
From Michale's newest album "When Worlds Collide" was inspired by William Castle's classic film House on Haunted Haunted Hill
This is a music video from the short film "Zombies" featuring Michale Graves and Night of Samhain - from the 2 CD set "Zombies Unite".