Perhaps something on the creepy, slimy side of the romance meter?
Mom always said she preferred hand-made gifts to store-bought presents.
So here's your chance.
Why not give your boo-loved a ghoulish, hand-made Zombie Puppet in your own disfigured image to remember you by while you're out on the prowl for brains...
Better yet, why not give each other a Zombie Avatar?!
Well, your slurred prayers have been answered.
Matt Ficner presents a Creepy Puppet Project WORKSHOP!
Saturday February 13th 2010
At Matt’s home studio, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Join in the one-day workshop fun of making your own rod-style zombie puppet.
Participants will be given a puppet rod rigged skeleton base to build up gooey bits of flesh and stretch rubbery skin over. Eyeballs, teeth, tattered clothes and other rotten bits will also be provided!
$350 per participant
SPACES ARE LIMITED!
For detailed directions and bookings contact:
KEEPING IT CREEPY!
Matt Ficner Productions
Friday, January 29, 2010
Friday, January 15, 2010
My close fiend Scott McClelland (Carnival Diablo) has just the thing to focus your other-worldly ponderings: The Paranormal Show is back!
As Scott puts it,
PLAYING THREE NIGHTS ONLY
"The Paranormal Show is a Spectacular assortment of Supernatural experiments and a bizarre twist on Sideshow Feats that will make you question everything you thought you understood about REALITY.
Take a trip down the rabbit hole and into a world of the Supernatural, a world unlike your own. Witness experiments that will bend and warp reality, giving you a glimpse into a world where science has no place.
Loaded with audience participation and laughs galore, this show is a unique experience for everyone. Mind-boggling mysteries abound... you may have paid for an entire seat... but you'll just be using the edge of it during the Show!
Join Vladimir Eisengrimm as he attempts to contact the ghosts that haunt Todmorden Mills and unveils Edison's Machine to Talk to the Dead!
Don't miss this astounding show!"
Thursday January 21st, Friday the 22nd and Saturday the 23rd at The Paper Mill Theatre (Todmorden Mills) in deepest, darkest Toronto, ON.
Doors open at 8pm. The show starts at 9pm sharp!
Tickets are $30.00, available at the door on the evening of each performance.
No Reserved seating, so arrive early to get a good seat!
PARKING IS FREE
The Paranormal Show
at The Paper Mill Theatre
67 Pottery Road (Todmorden Mills)
For more info, check out www.theparanormalshow.net
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Tonight's episode of "Crash & Burn" (10 pm EST on Showcase), entitled "Lawyers, Guns & Money", is special for so many reasons. This episode re-unites Enrico Colantoni ("Galaxy Quest", "Flashpoint", "Just Shoot Me") with his co-star from "ZOS - Zone of Separation", Michelle Nolden, as a couple with an extreme approach to marriage counseling.
Without giving away the episode, let's just say that Enrico's SWAT buddies from "Flashpoint" aren't far away. Nuff said.
The series' 8th episode also marks the broadcast licensing debut of not one -- but two -- of the short horror films from "AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits, Volume 1".
Eagle-eyed indie horror fans will catch glimpses of Christopher Alan Broadstone's "My Skin!" and Anthony Falcon's "The Ninth Entry" as part of a background montage on Enrico's editing console early in the episode.
If you like what you see and want more indie horror from indie filmmakers check out the collection at www.aaaaah-films.com - now on sale for $9.95.
If you miss tonight's airing check Showcase's show listings for re-broadcasts on Friday and Sunday evenings.
And, keep watching "Crash & Burn" because in episode 10 there's a cameo appearance by a certain 'Twisty Mustache Man' in the opening spot from Protected Insurance. Snidely Whiplash ain't got nothin' on me...
Crash & Burn
AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits
Friday, January 1, 2010
Certainly no one that I know. That's fer sure. In fact, I'd say that Women can be a whole lot scarier than Men.
If you don't believe me you can check out the following for empirical proof on screen.
And in the mean time, have yourself a Happy Grue Year!
PRESS RELEASE: 26 December 2009
IN HONOR OF WOMEN IN HORROR RECOGNITION MONTH, DOA BLOOD BATH ENTERTAINMENT IN ASSOCIATION WITH PRETTY/SCARY PRESENTS: THE PRETTY SCARY BLOOD BATH FILM FESTIVAL.
In response to Hannah Neurotica’s call for the “Women in Horror Recognition Month” in February of 2010, (www.womeninhorror.com) DOA Blood Bath Entertainment will hold The Pretty Scary Blood Bath Film Festival the 27th of February, 2010 from 11 AM to 6 PM at the Studio Movie Grill in Addison, Texas.
DOA Blood Bath Entertainment is also proud to announce the sponsorship and support of Heidi Martinuzzi of Pretty/Scary.net (www.pretty-scary.net), the web community of women of horror, by women of horror.
The Pretty Scary Blood Bath Film Festival will showcase a selection of independent feature and short horror films that have been written and directed by women. These films are to be selected by Dione and Andrew Rose and announced in January of 2010.
Eve Blaack, owner and editor-in-chief of Hacker’s Source, the guide to independent horror, (www.eveblaackpub.com), will serve as the Pretty Scary Blood Bath Film Festival’s Mistress of Ceremonies. Eve Blaack, as a woman in horror, truly appreciates independent horror cinema and has spent countless hours and dollars promoting independent film through the publication of her magazine; The Hacker’s Source.
Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are available by contacting Dione or Andrew Rose at email@example.com.
More information can be found at www.doabloodbath.com.
DOA Blood Bath Entertainment is a sole-proprietorship of Dione and Andrew Rose, who seek to provide fans of horror opportunities to view independent horror films through film festivals and special screenings throughout the year.
Pretty-Scary.net is the creation of Heidi Martinuzzi, a film and entertainment journalist based in Los Angeles, California. It is the premier web-community dedicated to the promotion and support of women in horror entertainment.
Contact: Dione Rose
PO Box 643
Farmersville, TX 75442
The Pretty Scary Blood Bath Film Festival