2015 if already a flurry of great things...
I just got word from Director Arthur Luhn, that The House Across the Street finally has a release date! April 10th, 2015! I also heard the movie was re-edited and tightened from it's festival version. I cannot wait to see the final product!
More details on the release coming soon.
HATS stars: Eric Roberts, Ethan Embry, Alex Rocco, Courtney Gains, Josh Hammond and Nick Apostolides, along with me! Here is a link to the trailer: CLICK HERE
Many of you have asked me what they can see of me, now. I wanted to share a funny, silly, ridiculous comedy that I co-wrote and produced with some of my best friends, that just happens to be released by Kevin Smith Movie Club... quite an awesome thing for a tiny micro-budget movie.
I may or may not make out with a roast beef sandwich. So check it out. :)
If you want to laugh out loud, fall off your chair, see boobs (men who are idiots and naked breasts) please support and watch my movie : Money Shot... this comedy is in your face.
Chosen and released by Kevin Smith's Movie Club, Money Shot is a ridiculous, slap-stick type comedy.
Jason Mewes and Al Snow have awesome parts and it stars: Josh Hammond, Bill McAdams, Jr., Kristina Page, Ryan Wojcik, Noel Thurman, Jennifer Cox and Augie Duke. Oh- and this chick. Please support indie film and give it a watch.
Laugh at me, not with me. --------->>> MONEY SHOT
BUY: AMAZON $3.99! <-------------> DVD
I'm just returning home from Leigh Scott's, Dorothy and the Witches of Oz premiere... here are some fabulous photos from the red (yellow brick) carpet and Q & A.
It was A BLAST! So proud of this movie... it was AMAZING... and it BEAT OUT Ghost Rider at the theaters it played at this weekend. Pretty awesome for an indie- non studio back theatrical release!
Check out the website for theaters it is playing at... and ask your local theater to play it!
Here is a new review of A LURE. It's so strange reading reviews of something I made four years ago! I feel like I've grown up so much and become magically younger at the same time (this is Hollywood, folks). But as with everything, it's a part of growing and learning... and I'm really proud of this movie. It's so difficult to get a movie made from start to finish and it takes SO MANY people putting in a lot of hard work, but since this is Hollywood, I will not mention any of their names. I'm Lena Starr and I DID EVERYTHING! Wait, different movie. We did a great job and I like this review, so although I did not receive any awards for A Lure (F U Hollywood), I would like to thank:
BIll McAdams Jr, such a passionate director. Tom Wright, Jr., an amazing producer who put up with a lot of crap. Augie Duke for stealing my thunder with her hottness, Catering... mmm... we had such great catering, my parents, for also putting up with a lot of crap, and Netflix instant streaming... who made it possible for all my cheap ass friends to watch my movie! :)
OH, and Josh Hammond for improving the best line ever... which I will not tell you, so you can assume he or I wrote or Improv'd ... and actually not sure I could even write those words he uttered in my blog. Way to NC-17 for me!
Do you have any minor flaws, addictions or bad habits? ME TOO! If you do... you may like this feature...
Okay so happy Thanksgiving, happy holidays and all that,... my team over here at Easton Films and I just created a monster of a comedy... Agua Caliente. I'm tired, I'm hungry, I don't know what happened to my sanity and I'm checking into rehab in the morning (kidding)... but we did it. The movie stars Jason Mewes (of Jay and Silent Bob), Al Snow (WWF, Witches of Oz) and then us... Bill McAdams, Jr. (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, A Lure), Josh Hammond (Jeepers Creepers 2), Kristina Page (A Lure, Noah's Arc), with Ryan Wojcik, Noel Thurman, Augie Duke and Jennifer Cox (Who star in movies, but I'm being lazy).
I produced with Jonny Haug, and wrote it with director Bill McAadams, we created it with fellow executive producers Josh Hammond and Kristina Page. Whew.
The movie was shot in and around Palm Springs and although it is said to be a warm and sunny place, in November it can be super cold and windy. So a note to you children thinking of writing a hot, summery, bikini friendly movie about Palm Springs, parties and all that fun...writing something in the hot heat of summer, whilst sipping on your fruity drinks (or just chugging out of a bottle of champagne) does not mean it will be the same toasty weather when you finally shoot those scenes in the crap-ass weather of November. Next time we will shoot in Hawaii...I think I've heard that said on every movie shot in California in November thru April...
THIS is a good one. Here's the TRAILER
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Jessica is an actress and filmmaker, who lives and loves life, in Los Angeles, CA.