About Us

About Us

Featuring a variety of content, including short films, sketches and podcasts, Hollywood Redux aims to tell compelling stories on an ultra low budget. We love movies, we love challenges. We are entertainment professionals dedicated to innovative filmmaking in the digital landscape, and to sharing those innovations with the community.



HR Staff :

Matthew bolton

Matthew Bolton hails from Orlando, Florida, where he learned to love cinematic storytelling from film heroes like Steven Spielberg, George A. Romero, John Landis, Wes Craven, David Fincher, Stanley Kubrick, Ron Howard, Andrew Kevin Walker, Kevin Smith, Dan Aykroyd, and John Belushi. Matt’s career in entertainment began at a commercial house in Central Florida, and he quickly parlayed production management into writing and directing national commercials for clients such as the Walt Disney Co. In 2006, Matt moved to Los Angeles to pursue film, and in that time, produced six direct-to-DVD feature films and wrote and directed multiple TV pilots. Last year, Matt began Hollywood Redux with a group of friends in the industry who share his desire to create content and tell good stories that will push the limits of movie-making and craft a positive future for entertainment.

Kryzzalia Lopez | Freelance Artist, Photographer, Graphic Designer

Kryzzalia Lopez is a Los Angeles native. A recent graduate of Woodbury University, Kryzzalia pursued a degree in animation. Growing up in Hollywood afforded her a solid platform for launching a career in entertainment: her previous credits include designing characters and graphics for Walt Disney Imagineering. Currently, Kryzzalia works as a freelance artist and photographer, and is also the design maestro responsible for all of Hollywood Redux’s visuals on the site.

Katie Moeller Bolton is a Writer, Script Development

Katie Moeller claims no hometown. As the daughter of two military parents, she lived all over the country, including a stint in mythic arctic tundra North Dakota. Luckily, Katie found sparse landscapes inspiring: In Middle School, she wrote a deconstructed version of Snow White that portrayed the Wicked Witch as horribly misunderstood (and very chic), and Snow White as a boring ninny who could barely string two sentences together. Since then, Katie has worked in entertainment on set and in the production office on projects like ‘Terminator Salvation,’ Oliver Stone’s ‘W,’ ‘House,’ ‘Chuck,’ and many others. Currently, Katie works in script development, and in her spare time enjoys imagined conversations with Stanley Kubrick on the current state of the film industry and other general topics.

Michael Hesser is a Sound Design, Social Media Manager, SEO Manager and Marketing Director

Michael Hesser hails from Los Angeles, California. Michael loved watching movies and TV shows with ridiculous, silly, fun sound effects. Michael’s penchant for wacky sound effects has now matured into a love for Sound Design. In addition to his sound design work for Hollywood Redux, Michael also has accrued experience working on ABC fan favorite show, ‘Wipe Out,’ and on multiple indepdent films. Michael has also worked freelance in Social Media Management and Marketing.

Luke Casey Originally from Boston, Luke Casey is a set decorator, adventurer and storyteller. Luke also production designs all of the videos on the site, and occasionally moonlights as a Jedi in Star Wars themed shorts. Oh, and one time he and a roommate journeyed to find his spirit animal. Turns out it’s a beaver. So he’s got that going on.

Luke Casey
Originally from Boston, Luke is a set decorator, adventurer and storyteller. Luke also production designs all of the videos on the site, and occasionally moonlights as a Jedi in Star Wars themed shorts. Oh, and one time he and a roommate journeyed to find his spirit animal. Turns out it’s a beaver. So he’s got that going on.

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