It’s the most common question in every haunted house and haunted house fan’s mind.
It’s not the one that comes up most often, but the topic is an incredibly valuable one to discuss when discussing the creepy mind gaming genre.
In this episode of The Mind Games Podcast, I talk to Brian Koehler, creator of the hit Mind Games Movie series, about how to make your own creepy mindgame.
Brian Koehlers films, Mind Games, and Mind Games Movies have been nominated for multiple awards and he’s been nominated in numerous other categories including best documentary, best short film, and best director.
His movies have been seen in more than 30 countries, including the UK, the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, France, and Japan.
He’s received a lifetime achievement award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), a BAFTA Award, a National Film Board Award, and a National Academy Award.
His films have been watched in more times than anyone in the world can count.
This is because of the huge audience that has been following Brian Koes films and the sheer number of times his films have screened.
His films have played in theaters across the world, and they are still being played today.
Brian KOs films have also been watched by millions of people around the world.
He also recently published a book titled, The Mindgames Movie, and his film is still playing at theaters across North America and Europe.
You can also see the trailer for Brian KOELS Mind Games movie in the video below.
Brian also wrote the bestselling book, Mindgames: A Guide for Paranormal Fans.
Brian has written a few books of his own, including a book about mind games called, MindGames: A Complete Guide to Paranormal Games.
In addition to writing a book, Brian has been a filmmaker, composer, and actor.
His most recent film, Minds, has been screened at the Sundance Film Festival and won the Best Director award at the Independent Spirit Film Festival.
Brian is also a professor of psychology at the University of Southern California.
He earned his Ph.
D. in the department of psychology and neuroscience from the University at Buffalo and his J.D./M.A. in Psychology from the California State University.
He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Psychological Association.
Brian has written and directed three feature films: Minds (2011), Mind Games (2013), and Minds II (2017).
You can check out the Mind Games movies on YouTube and Amazon.com.
Brian is a frequent guest on the podcast.