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This is my shit


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This is my shit


Here's what you've missed...

 
  • My name is Jimmy Weber.

  • I make horror movies. 

  • I live in Denver, Colorado.  

  • I'm a die hard Nuggets fan.

  • I love Britney Spears.

 
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Eat


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Eat


In March 2013, I made a real movie.

The story of a girl who finds herself - 
and then eats herself.

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EAT will affect you like few other horror films do. It will twist your heart while it churns your stomach. Not just a gorefest, but a gorefest with character and depth.
— Ain't it Cool News
Only the die-hard gorehound will be watching this bloodthirsty piece of entertainment, which would be a real shame as this groundbreaking title deserves a wider audience.
— Influx Magazine
A clever, entertaining and extreme tale that really goes for the throat.
— Shock Till You Drop
With a mix of humor, seriousness, social commentary and some awesome gore, EAT delivers the goods and looks beautiful doing it.
— Haddonfield Horror
The gore is really fucking gross. Like… really fucking gross.
— Modern Horrors

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I also made the music

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The score deserves special mention: in moments of quiet it’s very soothing; sometimes even beautiful. But when things take a turn for the bad, it changes to an audio sledgehammer to the senses that perfectly compliments the disgusting cannibal carnage on screen. The movie ends with a track called, ‘They See Me,’ a beautifully haunting, dreamy piece of music that’s been on shuffle for me since the end credits rolled. It’s a perfect piece to end the movie on, and one that plays in your head as you contemplate what’s just transpired over 90 minutes.
— Attack of the Couch Potato

the making of eat

 

The Making of EAT: Web Series chronicles the fast paced and bloody 15 day production of the horror film, EAT (2014).  The series follows first-time writer/director Jimmy Weber and his small cast and crew of highly skilled filmmakers as they tackle the world of microbudget filmmaking.  From gory props to production hiccups to quirky crew members, The Making of EAT: Web Series is a must-see for any fan of EAT or those too squeamish to actually watch it.

 

I directed, edited & Produced all 15 episodes.

Day Two

Day Two

Day Six

Day Six

Day Ten

Day Ten

Day Fourteen

Day Fourteen

Day Three

Day Three

Day Seven

Day Seven

Day Eleven

Day Eleven

Day Fifteen

Day Fifteen

Day Four

Day Four

Day Eight

Day Eight

Day Twelve

Day Twelve

Day Five

Day Five

Day Nine

Day Nine

Day Thirteen

Day Thirteen

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Incubator


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Incubator


In July 2010, I made a short movie.

 

You've heard the urban legend...this is worse.

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A brilliant set-up leading to an intense denouement that moves in a Cronenberg-like direction.
— Rue Morgue Magazine
Incubator is a damn cool short that will take you by surprise with its gory climax.
— Ain't It Cool News

Awards

 

Best Colorado Short Film 
Mile High Horror Film Festival

Best Micro Short Film
Fear Fete Horror Film Festival

Best Micro Short Film
Fargo Fantastic Film Festival 

Best Short Film Director (Jimmy Weber) 
Fear Fete Horror Film Festival

Best Short Film Actor (Luke Sorge)
Fear Fete Horror Film Festival

Most Intense
Couch Fest Films

Best Short Film Special Effects (Midian Crosby)
Maverick Movie Awards

Best Short Film
Rhode Island Horror Film Festival

Killer Short
Killer Film Fest

Killer Actor (Luke Sorge)
Killer Film Fest

Killer SFX 
Killer Film Fest

Best Horror Short
Indie Spirit Film Festival

 
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The House in Windsor


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The House in Windsor


In Fall 2009, I made a documentary...kind of...

 

"The true story of the most heinous serial killer in Colorado history."



 

"Film telling tale of gruesome Windsor Murders Proves Fictional"
The Fort Collins Coloradoan / The Windsor Beacon
Erin Udell  |  March 14, 2014

According to filmmaker Jimmy Weber’s documentary short, “The House in Windsor,” the sleepy bedroom community of Windsor was also home to Colorado's most vicious serial killer.

The film depicts the story of Henry Olsen, a young Windsor man who, throughout the 1960s, murdered 13 young women.

But the thing is, Henry Olsen was never real. Neither was his Windsor home — or house of horrors. In fact, it’s address — 1504 Chester Drive — doesn’t even exist in the town.

“The House in Windsor,” which was released in 2010 and found renewed interest on a Facebook page dedicated to “disturbing” videos Wednesday, is an entirely fictional tale.

“The thing is, everything in the short is fake,” Weber said in an email to the Coloradoan. “All the people are actors, and the photos and other footage was created for the movie. We didn’t advertise it was fake because it’s much more effective if the viewer doesn’t know.”

The documentary short, which was an official selection for the Denver Film Festival in 2010, features testimonials from actors playing the roles of a detective, an author and the owner of Henry Olsen’s fictional former home.

Footage from Northern Colorado and downtown Windsor also is featured.

Since being shared Wednesday on the “Disturbing Videos” Facebook page, the short video has generated 200 likes and 135 shares on the social media site, with several commenters claiming to be Windsor residents and others talking about going to see “the house.”

“This is a fictional story that they came up with and highly stylized,” Windsor Police Chief John Michaels said. “If you like spooky movies, it’d be one to watch, but it has absolutely nothing to do with Windsor.”

 

turns out, I created an urban legend.

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Motion Graphics


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Motion Graphics


Since 2008, this is how I pay the bills.

When I'm not making movies, I make motion graphics.

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