I'm alive!!! Gosh, I haven't written a post in two years. Well, I had a baby back in 2016, hence the silence (at least in my blog - not in my home ;-) ) I am very much back at it and have been working really hard on several projects and of course auditioning (what actor isn't?)
We are just finishing up the anthology "Holidays of Horror" in which I've helped to produce six out of ten of the segments. It's been a blast working on segments that vary from Comedy Horror, monster, slasher, home invasion and political commentary. It's such a luxury to be working on such a nice variety, from an actor and a filmmaker standpoint. Here are a few new stills from the segment, "4th of July". I play a super dark gal, in this one, who's a white supremacist.... it is so fun to play someone so opposite of who I am, and very hard, in a way, because unlike a lot of horror, this one felt very real. This segment was written and directed by Vito Trabucco (and he put in the most incredible twist at the end!!!) and produced by myself and Chris Maltauro.
Well - we have a new title! Alice D is now: "The Haunting of Alice D" which was picked up and renamed by RLJ Entertainment, formerly Image Entertainment, and will be coming out on May 3, 2016 on DVD and VOD! RLJ is an excellent distribution company and I really couldn't be more excited to have my movie released by them. They also created a new poster from all of the photos we sent them, and I managed to get my mug on the cover. It's such an honor. Mark your calendars... May 3, 2016... "The Haunting of Alice D" is coming to you!
Check out the article on Fangoria!
NOTD is premiering this week at the Florida Supercon's Super GeekFilm Festival, this Thursday!
Check it out here!
Check out this awesome review from Blog and Guts! Click here.
Alright all you perves...Bloody Bloody Bible Camp DVD has been sold out for weeks on Amazon. You can still purchase a few more copies on this site, signed. Look under "Contact" page.
It also just became available in the UK, for all you crazies over there...who love gore and boobies...it's called: SIN, and is currently (when I wrote this post) ranked in the top 10 at HMV, UK! All you viewers are going to H.E.L, that's Hell!
Some other fantastic news... my little twisted baby: Alice D is in its first festival: IFS Film Festival in Beverly Hills. And, it WON: BEST HORROR MOVIE!! Best Cast and Crew in the world, I tell you.
It is premiering on May 27th, in Beverly Hills...!
Alice D. is coming very soon... in the meantime we have our new OFFICIAL poster that has the first sneak peek of my lovely partner in crime over at Two Chick Pix, Kristina Page, who plays Alice D.
I have been SO busy... sorry for the lack of blogging... here is the Dread Central exclusive release of our Alice D. poster... this movie is DONE! It's amazing! More info coming soon!
Post Sounds seems to be a common theme in my life right now... I did my ADR for Never Open The Door last weekend, I will be doing my ADR for The House Across the Street in the next few weeks, and Alice D. is going into Post Sound and Music next week (with spectacular and talented Carlos Vivas!!) Sound and score are such an important aspect of filmmaking and I cannot wait to see and hear how these projects turn out, after the music/sound stage is complete!
I couldn't be more proud or more excited for all the hard work of all the cast and crew from these projects to pay off. I cannot wait to share... in the meantime:
Here are some fun photos from those three projects, both screengrabs and behind the scenes:
Never Open The Door: Directed by Vito Trabucco. Produced by Chris Maltauro and Federico Bauder. Cinemetography: Joe Provenzano. Post sound and original music: Carlos Vivas. Cast: Kristina Page, Deborah Venegas, Matthew Aiden, Mike Wood, George Troester, Stephan Richards and Me.
The House Across the Street: Written and Directed by Arthur Luhn, Produced by Bill McAdams, Jr. Cinemetography: Zack Richard. Original Music: Munk Duane. Cast: Eric Roberts, Ethan Embry, Alex Rocco, Courtney Gains, Josh Hammond and Me.
Alice D. Written and Directed by Me. Produced by Kristina Page, Chris Maltauro and Josh Hammond. Cinemetography: Eric Latek. Post sound and original score: Carlos Vivas. Cast: Juan Riedinger, Al Snow, Kane Hodder.
Vote for me, please?...pretty please?... with some tranny nun on top??? :) I knew that would get you...!
Don't vote for me, vote for Bloody Bloody Bible Camp... nominated against some pretty freaking awesome competition in several catogories of 2013 TLA CULT MOVIES AWARDS: including BEST Horror DVD and Best Grindhouse Throwback.
Bloody is up against flicks like, The Innkeepers, The Theatre Bizarre, V H S and Father's Day in the Best Horror DVD catagory and The Disco Exorcist and Nude Nuns with Big Guns in the Best Grindhouse Throwback catagory. We have a lot of friends involved in many of these other projects and it's so nice to see Bloody Bloody up against such terrific competition. Oscars, eat your heart out.
I'm excited to say that Alice D. is successfully in the can! What a terrific experience... a great group of actors and crew in a gorgeous mansion in Barrington, Rhode Island. It was one of the BEST times I've had on set, and from all the great messages I've gotten... that was a universal feeling.
Alice was shot by genius cinematographer, Eric Latek. I couldn't be happier with how this movie looks and feels, thanks to Eric's amazing eye. Eric is also editing... and the scenes I have seen are phenomenal! I couldn't have done Alice without this awesome, talented, amazing person, along with my producers Chris Maltauro, Kristina Page and Josh Hammond.
Alice D. had a dream team cast: Kane Hodder, Al Snow, Juan Riedinger, Aaron Massey (also still photography), Megan Hensley, Michael Reed, Julianne Tura, Kristina Page (also producer), Josh Hammond (also producer), Eliza Swenson, Sarah Nicklin, Kaylee Signore, Chanel Ryan, Barry Ratcliffe, Nick Apostolides, Deborah Venegas (also wardrobe designer), Ryan Wojcik (also key makeup), Bill Jacques (also first AD), William DeCoff, Kachina Dechert and myself - (writer/director).
EACH ACTOR brought his or her best performance.... everyone. Not ONE bad moment or performance.... and then a lot of them stayed on after they wrapped and helped out. Really amazing, giving people in this group.
Special thanks, VERY VERY special... to my Mom for coming and helping us. She drove back and forth (to see my Dad) three two+ hour round trips, she helped us shop, she tended to peoples needs... she took care of my dogs, she cooked a lot of great meals for our cast and crew, kept everyone laughing, and happy and simply is the best Mom. :) Love you, Momma.
Also Thank you to our non -actor part of the CREW: Pati Pawlak, Alisha Cratty, Mathew Fisher, Steven Chiavaroli, George Troester, Paul Gonzales and Riot Huxley.... you guys are terrific. Thank you.
I will be uploading stills and candids and all that fun stuff, soon... have already added a few. In the meantime:
FACEBOOK FAN PAGE
I'm Some Chick: Blog
Jessica is an actress and filmmaker, who lives and loves life, in Los Angeles, CA.