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Our horror film Death Factory announced that we’ll be known by the original name internationally and The Butchers domestically. You know what that means? There must be domestic distribution coming soon! And oh, it’s BEAUTIFUL. Beautiful, beautiful horror. You know my dad was born on Halloween and still today I see the beauty in the fabricated macabre. And the horror in fabricated life. Please enjoy clips of my acting work as STAR in The Butchers (aka Death Factory):
I was pissed cause I thought I’d gotten a ticket. But when I picked it up, it read “I’m a director. I want to use your car in a music video. Call me! JB Ghuman”.
It’s all so very Hollywood.
I’m an actress and I’m used to being on set for my career, but on the day, I showed up, reversed my car into a tight, uphill warehouse (with no mirrors, PS, since my car’s lines are shaved) and babysat the elegant, purple beast while director, JB Ghuman, San Francisco recording artists Double Duchess, B.A.D. Dance Crew, Future People and Kelly Osbourne made my classic car the feature of their visual party.
I became a proud Car Mom in one afternoon.
And really, you DO have to babysit your car on film/tv sets. Because there’s this strange thing EVERYONE (who doesn’t own a classic car) wants to do immediately upon camera roll – get on the hood. People, people, people …
Here’s JB Ghuman directing Kelly Osbourne in front of the Grape Space Coaster:
The Grape Space Coaster, 1965 Buick Riviera = proud Car Mom:
Watch the full video here:
A Better Place film trailer released!
Jeremy Rollins is a young man who was born with a strange condition. He has the uncanny and uncontrollable ability to transfer any physical pain and injury from an attacker to the person the attacker cares most about or loves. Jeremy has been sheltered from the outside world and his condition kept a secret by his overly protective mother. Upon the passing of his mother, Jeremy is now forced to venture outside of his house to confront – through his childlike innocence – the realities of a harsh society and the cruelties of people it produces. © Digital Jungle Pictures
One of my most popular acts – now on video. This might just be one of my favorites, too.
Every performer comes to burlesque for a different reason. Tonya Kay, The Most Dangerous Woman In Hollywood, grew up acting in theatre and she came to burlesque out of a love for the stage, a live audience and the Vaudeville greats.
Please enjoy Tonya Kay, The Most Dangerous Woman in Hollywood’s, Circus Clown Burlesque solo in authentic Vaudeville style, performed in Tease If You Please at First and Hope, downtown Los Angeles, 7/27/14, hosted by Patrick J Saxon.
More Tonya Kay burlesque:
More Tease If You Please:
Video filmed by Gene Blalock and James Boring of Seraph Films:
His art. Touches this artist heart.
Brion Verkler‘s 3 part series based on my modeling work. Follow him on G+ and support this talent.