Saturday, August 22, 2009

The Commune (Screener - 2009) - Wildside Cinema - Cult, Horror, Exploitation

The Commune (Screener - 2009) - Wildside Cinema - Cult, Horror, Exploitation & More!

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Today would have been Mom's 70th b-day

Probably would have celebrated at Lawry's Steakhouse or Tokyo Delves. And Gospel Sunday Brunch tomorrow.

Please don't smoke, my friends!! I want more time with you...

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Great screenwriting resource

Everyone needs to research beat sheets when they're tackling a new show or genre...check out this site to contribute your "homework" or borrow someone else's.

Beat Sheet Central.

Monday, August 03, 2009


I'm working on my website, so the pictures and header will be broken for a little while.

Craig Ferguson takes on "youth"

Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Awwww...ANOTHER awesome interview about THE COMMUNE!

Thanks for the kind words, Brian!

ROGUE CINEMA Interviews:
An Interview with Elisabeth Fies - By Brian Morton
Posted on Saturday, August 01, 2009 @ 00:50:23

"For a long time, when you mentioned the term ‘indie movie’ people had one thought in their mind, a young guy, with a camcorder, in the backyard, making some kind of dumb-ass zombie movie. Well, those days are gone! Now-a-days, indie filmmakers are enlightened, thoughtful filmmakers, attempting to make not just scary or gory movies, but giving us little pieces of art that main-stream Hollywood can’t (or won’t) touch. One of the filmmakers out there doing her best is Elisabeth Fies, who gave us The Commune (that I reviewed last month, check out my review of The Commune here). Elisabeth is the kind of filmmaker who thinks before she acts and isn’t afraid to take her time to get it right…as you can see in The Commune. So, I couldn’t help but want to catch up with her and find out a bit more about this up and coming filmmaker."

To catch you up from Brian Morton's review last month:

"The Commune is an interesting indictment of religion and how easily something that seems benign, even gentle, can turn evil and malevolent! The story is great, the acting is strong and Fies has put together an amazing movie."

Flex Force 5

Check out maesto inker Corey Miller's surf psychobilly band Flex Force 5 He's the drummer.

Corey was super cool to me at High Voltage when I was on LA INK, and of course we got talking PISTOLERAS. Wouldn't he be fun??

Dan Smith!

Hey! Here's my tattoo artist!

He is indeed "very gentle". Check out his portfolio at Dan Smith

Brenda and I were there...

and it was an amazing night of talent with The Commune's composer Danny B. Harvey and a half dozen of his handpicked guests. Shout out to Jenna Ross, (nee Jenna Cide), vocalist on many of Danny's tracks for The Commune. Amazing!