Hello fans! I’m embarking on another project, “Sorority Assassins!”
The Omega Chi sorority is actually a training ground for a group of female-only assassins called the Last. “Sorority Assassins” tells the action-packed stories of the sisters who must maintain their cover as assassins and the drama surrounding their pledges who may or may not know what violence their future holds.
All of this plays out in the social-political climate of a teen-aged woman’s place of maturing — college.
This page will post links about “Sorority Assassins.” Feel free to also check out the website at SororityAssassins.com.
June 20th, 2015 – Casting announcement for “Sorority Assassins” proof of concept trailer
Not gonna lie. I’ve been a Katharine Isabelle fan since “Ginger Snaps” back in 2000. The poster for “88” (pictured above) had me locked in before I even knew anything about the movie.
Ms. Isabelle doesn’t disappoint here, playing a single character driven into a fugue state that creates two distinct personalities: the femme fatale avenger Flamingo and the wide-eyed “WTF is happening to me?” innocent Gwen. The movie chronicles Isabelle as her two personalities piece together the truth behind the cause for her fugue state.
Was it the murder of her lover, or was it something more insidious? Continue Reading →
Courtesy Marvel Studios
We’re fighting an army of robots and I have a bow and arrow.
— Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye in “Avengers: Age of Ultron”
A “Star Wars” fan film in which the Emperor is voiced by Mark Hamill’s Joker from the “Batman” animated series. Meanwhile, Darth Vader gets Bane’s voice from “The Dark Knight Rises.”
He even tried to do the lip flap so the words fit the mouth.
Funny stuff by way of Jamin Schmitt.
I guess it’s a thing on the interwebs to take movies and recut them into a trailer for a different genre. I saw a “Star Wars” trailer cut as if it were a Tarantino movie. Disney’s “Frozen” as a horror movie.
Here’s “Mrs. Doubtfire” as a horror movie. And it’s actually pretty damned scary. Maybe for the remake?
With the release of the first teaser trailer for”Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” came the autopsies — reviews by various blogsites talking about what we saw in the trailer. Hell, I even did a “Batman v Superman trailer review” one last week.
I read an interesting autopsy on Looper in their article, “Why the ‘Batman v Superman’ trailer has us worried.” Good questions that I think I can answer. Their question is the quote; my answer is underneath. Continue Reading →