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DVDanger: Camera Obscura
Writer/director Aaron B. Koontz on the rise of Austin horror
DAILY Screens  July 28, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...There's a revolution going on in Austin horror, and with his supernatural debut feature, Camera Obscura, writer/director Aaron B. Koontz is part of its blood-splattered vanguard...."

Building a Film Community at Renegade Studios
Austin filmmakers create a one-stop production space in Taylor
Screens Story  November 29, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Before Aaron B. Koontz was a studio president, he was a filmmaker – and he still is..."

In Production: Something Evil at Brackenridge Hospital
Wrestler-turned-actor Dustin Runnels getting bloody for Scare Package
Screens Column  September 27, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Producer Aaron B. Koontz developed the film with his Paper Street producing partner Cameron Burns after his last feature, Camera Obscura, as a way to work with a roster of rising talents from L.A., Minnesota, and, of course, Austin..."

Austin Horror for Halloween
The Honor Farm, Found Footage 3D coming home
DAILY Screens  October 8, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...For some more Austin horror viewing options, read our interview with Aaron B. Koontz, the Austin-based director of Camera Obscura, and start filling out your viewing schedule for the haunting season...."

Clips From 'Mars'
Screens Story  January 13, 2006, by Belinda Acosta
"...Lots of new and important characters and information are introduced in this episode – Wallace's mom (and future love interest for Keith); Dick Casablancas, whose smoking-hot step-mom (Charisma Carpenter) plays well with boys in season two; the introduction of creepy Abel Koontz, who confessed to Lilly Kane's murder, even though the evidence doesn't add up. And, most importantly, we meet Mac the girl geek...."

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