Monday, June 06, 2011

CHILLERAMA! First "ZOM-B-MOVIE" still released!!

"Shots up!" Meet Cecil Kaufman (Richard Riehle)

Hey all,

Sorry I've been a little distant...funny how the more busy I am with cool shit to talk about the less time I have to talk about it....or can't (yet).

But here's a little tidbit of goodness for now, the first still from my contribution to CHILLERAMA! This was an absolute labor of love to do and hope you guys dig it!

Here is the official press release from's NEWS site:


6.6.2011 Today, Joe Lynch (KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM, WRONG TURN 2) released the first official still from "Zom-B-Movie", his segment of ArieScope's upcoming CHILLERMA anthology film via Twitter. In "Zom-B-Movie" a final night of nostalgia unfolds at the Kaufman Drive-In before its torn down, where owner Cecil Kaufman (BRIDESMAIDS, OFFICE SPACE's Richard Riehle, pictured here) is screening obscure B-Movies from his private collection to an audience of local geeks and line-quoting movie lovers. Little do the unsuspecting cinema-loving patrons know, but tonight, something is horrifically amiss at the Last Drive-In....

CHILLERAMA will be released this Fall, so stay tuned for more information on where you can catch the full experience which includes outrageous installments from directors Adam Rifkin (Detroit Rock City), Tim Sullivan (2001 Maniacs) and Adam Green (Hatchet 1 & 2). Follow the directors on Twitter to get up to the minute information and news blasts.


More news about CHILLERAMA, KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM and other shenanigans soon!


Sunday, June 05, 2011

Meet EVERLY...

Hey all,

Sorry its been a while, been caught up in a lot of stuff, my bad. But one cool thing that popped up a few weeks back that I Twittered but forgot to put on the blog...seems my new film EVERLY had been "announced" to Variety during Cannes and the word spread. Check it out HERE or read below:


EXCLUSIVE: Crime Scene Pictures partners Adam Ripp and Rob Paris are set to produce helmer Joe Lynch's action thriller, "Everly."
It's the year-old shingle's second project after Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz starrer "Gambit," which is lensing in London.
"Everly" centers on a down-on-her-luck woman, stuck in her apartment, who must fend off waves of assassins sent by her ex, a dangerous mob boss.
Pic is set entirely in one room and based on a concept created by Lynch. Crime Scene is talking to female leads and expects to begin lensing in New Orleans in winter. Yale Hannon pens the script, which was on the Hollywood Black List.
Anonymous Content's Luke Rivett is producing alongside Ripp and Paris, who are also financing the pic. Rizal Risjad and Philip Elway exec produce.
It's been a successful year for Crime Scene Pictures so far. Helmer Michael Hoffman's "Gambit" sold like hotcakes in Berlin earlier this year, where it was snapped up by Alliance Films for Canada, Blighty and Spain.
Joel and Ethan Coen penned the script for the comedy, which struggled to get into production for more than a decade before Crime Scene stepped in.
The shingle is backed by private equity, and aims to finance and produce two to three films per year with budgets ranging from $2 million to $25 million.
Crime Scene also has a television arm focused on reality programming.

We're so proud of this little movie already; the script's been a labor of love and that the producers have faith in us is so exciting and creatively inspiring. Might be the most challenging thing I've done yet (or might ever do!) but that's part of the fun, right? If we have our way...EVERLY is gonna knock your socks off...and if your socks wore socks...then consider them blown off too.

We're still a WAYS off from any new info other than what's out there, but if you want some more details and less from the Horse's mouth, HERE is an article by Bleeding Cool on the script.

Actually, stay tuned, another posting might come sooner than you think!!!

Staying Scary,