Habit Forming Films, LLC. An Independent Multimedia Production Company

Habit Forming Films, LLC.

The Company

HABIT FORMING FILMS, LLC is an award-winning, independent production company and creative house dedicated to producing literate and challenging genre storytelling across a variety of media. Formed in 2005 by a group of writers, directors, and actors, HFF has gone garnered awards an critical acclaim for its content, from film and audio to design and comic books.



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While working for dot-com era production companies LOAD Media and Tribe Studios, David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers began a creative collaboration that saw the production of numerous industrial videos and promos. The pair began writing screenplays, which have garnered praise from industry sources. Their schizophrenic murder mystery, “Cacophony,” achieved Finalist status in the 2003 Project: Greenlight competition.

In 2005, David and Jeremy founded Habit Forming Films, LLC. with Mary Alexandra Stiefvater, Kathryn Stiefvater, Nick Harris, and Christa Nahhas. United under the HFF banner, this team produced three films, earning various awards in the film festival circuit. Their debut film, “Bad Habits,” won a Remi award at the 2006 Houston Worldfest Film Festival and a Best Actor award at the 2007 Sacramento International Film Festival. Their second film, “The Long Road,” premiered at the 2007 FAIF Film Festival in Hollywood, CA and won an award for Best Editing. Their third film, “The Hollywood Informant,” was produced in association with The Geeworld Studios and was distributed via the Geeworld film website.

In 2007, Habit Forming Films, launched a new venture: Wormwood: A Serialized Mystery. This full-cast audio horror series has gathered a strong cult following, and the show has won awards and earned critical praise, described by Rue Morgue magazine as a “Blue Velvet-esque town with a Lovecraft bent,” and hailed as a darkly delicious throwback to classic radio theater that’s as clever as it is creepy,” by Eureka creator Andrew Cosby.

In 2011, HFF and artist Jared Souza entered into a partnership with publisher Hermes Press to spin characters from Wormwood into Sparrow & Crowe: the Demoniac of Los Angeles, a 5-issue comic book miniseries and a Halloween Special. More information can be found at sparrowandcrowe.com.

HFF also developed and edited two Sparrow & Crowe themed anthologies, Weird Winter Stories (edited by Christa Nahhas) and Weird Romance (edited by David Accampo), both of which are currently available on Amazon’s Kindle store.

In 2015 David Accampo partnered with Chris Anderson to launch a new digital comic book series,  Lost Angels, in conjunction with Comicker Digital.

Habit Forming Films, LLC. continues to develop a new slate of projects, including new prose fiction series, film scripts, and comics projects. HFF’s goal remains the same as ever: to create and produce complex, challenging stories with a true independent spirit and clear creative vision.

5 Responses to The Company

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  2. Liam says:

    I used to listen to and loved the scifi channels swing ear theatre ( SET ).
    I loved tales from the crypt and the other shows they had.
    Now that they have long since ditched The SET I longingly hunt for more graphic audio series’s.

    Recently I stumbled upon Wormwood…

    It’s excellent!
    Brilliant voice acting , gripping, deep plot , twists, humour… More please!
    Some new mystery stories, more spooky stories please!

  3. John Burnett says:

    Wormwood is truly amazing and inspiring. Keep up the good work!!!

  4. The series “Wormwood” was such a fantastic, amazing work of Art. I wish I could write stories filling in the gaps. You see, I am in love with Tolkien, and he gives tremendous histories and genealogies, like the Wormwood Universe.

    I think there’s a huge market for it but that it really should be a labor of love and keep it consistent. I’d say, have a good 5 people. Or did it just end as a Trilogy as all great things do? Too bad about the forums., I was looking forward to participating….Wormwood is SO great! Don’t give up on it, please. It has such potential. Great LLC (your BEST legal option!), can’t wait to see what else they put out. I

  5. admin says:

    Thank you, Brandon! Yes, the forums were just a bit to hard to keep up. However, we welcome you to “like” us on Facebook, where we interact with the community quite often!

    As far as Wormwood goes… the series is over, but the world lives on — our next project is a COMIC BOOK miniseries, “Sparrow & Crowe: The Demoniac of Los Angeles,” which tells the tale right before Wormwood — the possession of Amanda Marino, and Sparrow’s and Crowe’s role in her story.

    For more details, you can check out our site: sparrowandcrowe.com.

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