Yes, that was me on the television show Oddities. My wife Jen and I stopped by the store Obscura Antiques while we were in NYC – we love the show! – and ended up on-camera for Episode 16 of Season 4 – ‘No Guts, No Glory’ – which aired on the Discovery Channel just before Halloween on October 29th!
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Only 3 Days left for the Kickstarter campaign for my first short film BLACK LULLABY! Pledges of $25 not only receive a signed DVD but a credit in the film as well. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this unique Horror project!
Here you can see me and FACE/OFF Champion J. Anthony Kosar making a final pitch for our awesome film:
Hi kiddies! While I am saving the debut of my big zombie photograph LAST STAND until the Last Rites Gallery opening in NYC on Memorial Day Weekend, here are some fun making-of pics from last week’s photo-shoot.
We built our set at the 3rd St. Asylum Haunted House in Bonner Springs, Kansas. My cousins Jerry and Steve Hoffine did all of the carpentry and construction.
Bill Rose and his girlfriend Michelle stayed up late one night to wallpaper my set for me.
Here you can see Steve and Bill measuring the shag carpet.
I filled the set with my gathered props. Jerry Hoffine and Mike Clouse destroyed the door by jumping on it.
Here you can see me talking with J. Anthony Kosar, who drove in from Chicago to lead the make-up team. Beside me is my regular assistant Demian Vela, and behind us is Colin, one of my drafted zombie models.
Kosar’s sculpted appliances were marvelous.
Meagan Hester from FACE/OFF Season 4 flew in from NYC to help Kosar with the make-up effects.
Kansas City make-up artist Jeff Sisson also came down to help. Here you can see him working on my regular assistant Demian Vela, who was excited to finally be on the other side of the camera.
My lovely bride Jen Hoffine, who played the title role in LADY BATHORY, also played a zombie.
My favorite model Bob Barber is feeling better and came in to be a zombie as well.
Brian Wendling, the man walking the tightrope in my early photograph DEATH, played one of the zombies attacking my daughter Sadie. Here you can really see how good Kosar is with his make-up.
Brenna and her mom Rita work for 3rd St. Asylum and also helped with the make-up.
Demian with Kosar and Meagan, loving it.
My producer Justin Gardner.
My star A. Michael Baldwin on set, having fun.
Me with Brian and my daughter Sadie on set.
My brother-in-law Felix helping run camera.
My friend Erica Kauffman played the Mother character. Here you can see Davis biting her arm as she reaches for her pistol. And yes, that is a dinosaur.
A special thank you to Mehron Make-up, who generously provided make-up and blood for our art project.
LAST STAND coming soon!
Photos courtesy of Anna Perry.
Hi kiddies! I have officially started my first Kickstarter Project!
From May 25th through June 29th 2013, the great Travis Louie will be curating a show at the Last Rites Gallery in NYC entitled “ZOMBIE.” He has been kind enough to invite me to be a part of this show, so I am raising funds to help with the costs of creating my most ambitious photograph ever, “LAST STAND.”
This photograph will feature a family in their last moments right before they are completely consumed by a horde of zombies! The central figure will be the Father, who is blasting a zombie in the head with a shotgun. My camera will freeze every detail of this explosive moment. The Father does not realize that right behind him his wife and children are already being taken down and eaten by the zombies pouring in through the broken barricades of the front door. This image will include over a dozen characters in full zombie make-up interacting all at once, on a set that will be destroyed by gunfire and fake blood.
Please check out my Kickstarter Page. There are wonderful incentives, and all pledges will receive a signed print of the final image. Tell all of your friends, help spread the word by sharing my link on Facebook, and let everybody know. This image will be amazing!
I have already cast the role of the Father, and I am thrilled to announce that he will be played by none other than PHANTASM’s A. Michael Baldwin!
The special effects will be led by my friend J. Anthony Kosar, who recently exhibited my work in his Chicago gallery, and made his television debut this past week on Season 4 of Face/Off! He is monstrously talented and a sweetheart and we are very proud of him! He won both events on the first episode – can you believe that? I am super-excited about our upcoming collaboration.
All prints will be signed by me, Kosar, and my star Baldwin.
Please help spread the word. I will keep you updated on progress!