Saturday, March 28, 2015

SMF's Weekly ShartOuts (March 8th - March 28th


Banner Art via Jason Price of IconVsIcon & Acid Pop Cult!

Sorry for the lack of ShartOut the last two weeks, didn't get to doing one two weeks ago because I was at Monster Mania and last week the Weather was just too nice not to spend time outside outside and as far away from the laptop! But any way the Sharts are back in full effect this weekend so without  further adieu let's let them out . . .

01:  Tim Capello, who's best know as the (Sexy) Saxophone Guy in "The Lost Boys" has made his much much anticipated debut on the Horror Con Circuit! His first stop was at this weekend's Mad Monster Party and my friend Garrett who's attending the show was nice enough to get an 8x10 signed for me!

To Tom "I Still Believe!"

02: Jeremy L. Morrison of the the podcast Acid Pop Cult put together a killer list two weeks ago to celebrate the Friday the 13th Holiday by sharing in his opinion the The Top 12 Boobies of "Friday the 13th" Series!

Sunday, March 22, 2015

A look at my "Brainscan" collection!


1994's "Brainscan" is a movie I've fell in love with from the first time I rented it from my local video store!  Thanks to movie like "T2", "Pet Sematary 2" and his appearance in Aerosmith's "Livin' on the Edge" I already thought it's star Edward Furlong was just about the coolest mofo ever and the movie "Brainsan" only help cemented that belief"! The premise of a teenage loner who loved Horror Flicks, Violent Video Games, and Rock Music was just as easy to relate to when I was 12 as it is now at age 32! Of course for a 90s Horror movie mostly about technology it feels beyond dated now there's a lot about this movie still holds up really well in my opinion! For example the score to this flick is truly haunting, the time spent inside the video game world are clever & surreal, and also the main antagonist of the flick known only as "The Trickster" is a character who never outstayed his welcome and one you'd like to know more about if there was ever a follow up! And hopefully there will be a "Branscan 2" some day, but whomever makes it better include "Igor"!

"YES Master!"

Saturday, March 7, 2015

SMF's Weekly ShartOuts (March 1st - March 7th)


Banner Art via Jason Price of IconVsIcon & Acid Pop Cult!

Welcome to this weeks edition of "SMF's ShartOuts"!  Since this time next week I will be attending the MonsterMania Con in New Jersey I tried to pack this post with some extra sharts just incase I don't get around to doing one until March 21st!

01: My first ShartOut goes to Scream Factory who share this picture of their upcoming "Class of 1984" Blu-ray Collector's Edition!


As many of you may know "Class of 1984" is my all-time favorite movie so this is a highly anticipated release for me! Scream Factory is still taking Pre-orders for it now right HERE, not only will you get the movie a few weeks early but you will also receive a poster of the box art!

Sunday, March 1, 2015

My Five Favorite Movies from Cannon Pictures!




If you were a diehard action movie fan growing up in the 80s there's no doubt that you went to the theaters to see or rented a film from The Cannon Group! In the decade of excess Cannon cornered the market for B-movies featuring over the top violence, rapid drug use, uninhibited sex, and teens trying to stop the Demolition of the Community Recreation Center through Dance! Below are my top five favorite films released via Cannon Pictures durring the 80s . . .

Saturday, February 28, 2015

SMF's Weekly ShartOuts (February 22nd - 28th)



1: This week's first "ShartOut" goes to Jason Price (of Icon vs. Icon) for making the banner at the top of this post! After seeing some of Jason's recent for Facebook page for one of my favorite podcasts "Acid Pop Cult", I asked if could whip something up for this weekly feature! Thanks again Jason!

2: My friend Kris Triana (of Tavern of Terror) has a book titled "Growing Dark" coming out soon. I got a preview of this collection of horror short stories a few month back and I highly recommend grabbing yourself a copy when it becomes available!

For more info check out this POST from Kris that also includes some early reviews!

Saturday, February 21, 2015

SMF's Weekly ShartOuts (February 15th - 21st)


Welcome to this week's edition of SMF's ShartOuts! I got a lot to cover this time around including an Interview with a Living Legend of Cinema, some Great Cult Movie Art, and also my very own Horror Movie debut!!!

1: 
Over at Icon Vs Icon my good friend Jason Price has up a very informative interview with Cult Movie Icon Lance Henriksen!
Jay and Lance talk about all kinds of things including his career longevity and some advice for younger actors! You Can Read That Interview Right "HERE!"

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

My day on the set of "American Exorcist"!



 "American Exorcist" is an Independent Horror Film currently filming in Philadelphia from directors Tony Trov & Johnny Zito. The duo (who previously made the Sorority Horror flick "Alpha Girls") invited me to to be part of their new movie as an Actor in a key special effects scene that was being shot on Monday and since I was off for President's Day I was more than happy more than happy to abide! I arrived to the building where the movie was being shot a little before 10 AM and seeing a lot of familiar faces of friends I've knows for years as soon I walked in the door helped calmed my nerves! The part I would be playing in the movie was that of a Monster who's arm grabs the movie's star Falon Joslyn  from under the floor as she's messing with an ouija board!


Around 11 AM I was sent to the Makeup and Special Effects Department to get my arm in Monster shape for before filming started! The crew working on me and the other five actors who would make up the scene included Steve Saturn (imdb), Lauren Palmer (imdb), Tanya Belfiiore (pinuplifestyle.com/), Jade Raquel Figueroa (facebook), Rei and Daniel Cusimano (linkedin.com) Below is a few shots of my arm in different stages of makeup, the idea was to make my arm appear as if it was in a office fire and damn did the crew nail it!