So for those of you who are less into horror pop culture, you may not know about Shock Stock. The new, full 50 minute feature-length version of Park Enforcer will be screening there next weekend. Can you handle a cock-kebab? If you haven’t yet, check out the new trailer here. Park Enforcer is gonna blow your mind. And blow a load in your pants.
It’s funny, four or so years ago I was talking with an accomplished older actor who had bought her house on revenue from horror films. At the time, I didn’t understand how that would be possible, but I have come to love working in the horror genre an awful lot. Even though I am jumpy and squeamish in real life, I do have a soft spot for getting covered in blood, dying odd deaths, and taking on unique projects.
Also, speaking of unique projects, I now have just four days of dice living left – while the initial project was only supposed to last a month, I feel like I’ve gotten so much more out of the dice by having the project run for the course of a year. I plan to put it together as a full-length documentary once the project is all done, but am kind of sad that I have so few episodes left to film.
In other news, I am engaged. See what I did there? Snuck that in so subtlely like that. But seriously. Greg and I have been engaged for a few months now, but decided to make it “internet official” as of April 1st. No jokes, though, click on the link – we are pre-selling tickets to our stag and doe party and I’d love to have as many friends as possible join us. Dates/times are still TBD, but it’ll be in the fall or later so there shouldn’t be any scheduling conflicts.
Other than the wedding planning, I’ve got a few exciting projects coming up including a comedic webseries, the filming for Confidence Tricks, and the completion of the Schizophrenic photoshoot project. I really feel like 2012 will be my year, and I am so excited to have so many talented people to work with! More soon, I promise, there are Adventures in Progress.