"Spunky humor, shuddery frissions, and moves as swiftly as a well tooled blockbuster."
"A thrilling romp to the edge of imagination and back." - Dark Media
"Enough action to keep you invested and plenty of humor to put the tale on par with any modern buddy adventure film!"
"A fantastic read with great writing, art, lettering, and colors … I didn't want to put the story down!" - Indie Comix
"One of the Ten Best Films so far this year."
- Armond White, President, New York Film Critics Circle
“A strong, original piece of work ... Original and Poetic. Funny and Sad. You will probably remember scenes from it a year from now, because it’s not really like anything else.”
“THREE STARS! Off-kilter, off the beaten path … A Jim Jarmusch film inside an Edward Hopper painting.”
One of Netflix's Hidden Gems!” - BuzzFeed
“A well made indie thriller with a great cast!”
“Peros makes the most of his low budget, talented cast, and well written script to produce a romantic, thrilling film ... Peros’ direction is solid with an attention to detail and storytelling.”
- Horror News
“A solid effort … A suitably underplayed ghost story well told.”
- Sci-Fi Online
“TWO THUMBS UP!” - Ebert & Roeper
“The snappy dialogue by Steven Peros gives Bogdanovich a chance to create a flourishing comic environment that bubbles to effervescent life.”
- Bruce Diones, The New Yorker
“A spry and touching entertainment.”
“An elegant drama about power and its frightening uses.”
"Hearst Yacht Mystery is The Cat's Meow...A stylish and sardonically funny expose of corrupt Tinseltown values. "
"Recommended – Hands Down! Will have you on the edge of your seat."
- CBS Radio
"Steven Peros' intriguing fictionalized speculation imagines the worst as everyone cavorts through an oceanic orgy of intrigue, seduction, infidelity, blackmail, booze, drugs, and murder." - Daily Variety
"Steven Peros's intriguing play is a well wrought tale of love and loss, set against the sweeping background of the golden era of Hollywood ... While the characters are fictional, they take on a life of their own and end up eerily reminiscent and real ... Karlaboy could rightly take its place among the more innovative and involving productions currently on the Los Angeles theatre scene"