Fans make the world go round…
For those of you who have been to Comic-Con, I need not tell you how exhausting and overwhelming the entire experience is.
It is a celebration of all things… well… cool. Comic books, horror movies, big summer blockbusters, toys, and let us not forget scantily clad Princess Leias.
Time does not change us… It just unfolds us.
TIME MAKES THINGS CLEARER
On Friday May 4th, my film Mother’s Day is released in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.
A few days later, the movie is released on DVD. (preorder it here)
It seems like a lifetime ago that I shot Mother’s Day.
In reality it was just 3 years ago…
THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL ROAD TOUR
I am writing this blog from the back of a van… a van that has thus far traveled 7,000 miles in the last few weeks.
A van that smells of tears and sadness. Tears, sadness, and corn nuts… let us not forget the corn nuts…
I am not sure what state we are in… It’s snowing outside, and it’s cold. I am guessing we are in one of the Virginias, but that is just a guess…
For almost two months now… since the reveal of the first trailer, fans, critics, and friends have emailed me, and facebooked me…
“What is The Devil’s Carnival?” I’m confused… is it a movie? Is it a play? Is it concert?
As a kid, I was always enamored with magic… Tricks, illusions, deceptions…
There was a time in my life that I thought I wanted to be a magician… Even took a class or two…