LIGHT & DARK'S PUBLICITY TOUR 2005
(Left to Right) Kerri Taylor checks out the new table layout put together by Mike Lane and Brian Spears and sponsored by Brain Damage Films. Syn Devil dons the barbed wire crown and poses with a copy of The Tenement. A fan takes a picture with the crown he just bought to wear on stage with his band.
(Left to Right) Rev poses for a picture with Fairview Falls co-stars Sal Sirchia and Brett Fallon. Suzi Leigh (The Tenement) stops by the table and poses for some pictures with Kerri and Sal.
(Left to Right) Sal takes a picture with Jonathan Breck (Jeepers Creepers 1 & 2) and Angela Bettis (May and The Toolbox Murders). Sal poses with Austin Stoker (Assault on Precinct 13) and then a Light & Dark fan. Sal and I get pictures taken with Camden Toy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer).
(Left to Right) Mike and Sal with Director, Bill Zebub (Kill the Scream Queen and Stereotypes). Is this Kid Rock or an impersonator? Kerri, Mike Lane and Mike Gingold pose for a picture with Director, Alan Rowe Kelly (I'll Bury You Tomorrow). Sal snaps a picture and takes some video of Debbie Rochon (Fangoria TV's Trailer Park). After a long day, a few of us get together in the bar.
(Left to Right) Sal Sirchia, the "Mayor of Rock 'N' Roll" is at it again. Sal pals around with the Light & Dark crew, Andrew Divoff (Wishmaster) and Terry West (Flesh for the Beast) and Ted Bohus (The Deadly Spawn).
(Left to Right) Debbie Rochon (American Nightmare) shows off a Debbie Rochon brand name coffee. Sal gets close with Julie McCullough (Growing Pains) and then hangs out with the boys.
(Left to Right) It's a bird. It's a plane. It's super Spears! Brian shows off the aftermath from a run in with a zombie from Shadow: Dead Riot. "What the hell am I doing here?" Brian mutters as he wonders how he went from hanging out with Tony Todd to hanging out with this crowd.
(Left to Right) Diana and Jude are up to their usual antics. Diana meets The Sound of Music's Heather Menzies and Angela Cartwright and falls in love with Peter Tork (The Monkees).
(Left to Right) Brande Roderick (Playboy Playmate of the Year 2001), Blood Moon Rising's Al Vermette, Diana puckers up for husband Glen, Greg Evigan (BJ and the Bear, Tek War) and Danielle Harris (Halloween 4 and 5).
(Left to Right) It's all about ME, ME, ME! Mike had flashbacks to The Tenement's werewolf scenes. Which is more disturbing? Mike or the picture he's holding? Mike shmoozes with Terry West and Ted Bohus hoping to get a part in their next movie.
(Left to Right) Bill Diamond returns again to promote Bill Diamond's Monster TV. Ricou Browing (Creature form the Black Lagoon) stands next to the Creature and Cortlandt Hull poses with Monster TV's "Uncle Henry" (based on uncle Henry Hull from Werewolf of London).
(Left to Right) Bill screens the first episoded of Monster TV to an enthusiastic audience.
(Left to Right) The Monster TV characters join in on the fun with Ted Bohus at the Chiller Theatre charity auction.
The Hacker's Source featured an exclusive interview I did with Bill Diamond and Sara Karloff in Issue #18.
Light & Dark was once again at Chiller hawking
Lost's Daniel Roebuck wasn't a Chiller guest
Eddie Deezen (Grease) and Charlotte Stewart
Bill Diamond's Monster TV crew were on hand
(Left to Right) Watch out! Sal's back (pictured in front of the Green
(Left to Right) Sal with scream queens Debbie Rochon and Brinke
(Left to Right) Sal with Angela Bettis (Toolbox Murders), Ashley Laurence
This past Fangoria Weekend of Horrors was a blast. This time around Light & Dark and G&S Effects had a couple of tables. In addition to our own stuff, we were representing Brain Damage Films and Terror Cards. We received many comments that we had the best booth at the show. Brian, in particular got some nice comments from Blues Brother's director, John Landis, director Mick Garris (Riding the Bullet) and Makeup FX Artist Vincent Guastini (Requiem for a Dream). Fever Dreams Productions's Shadow: Dead Riot received a lot of attention and went over well with audiences.
(Left to Right) Project Greenlight's Feast star Judah Friedlander had to be one of the coolest guys there. We spent a good time hanging out in the bar the night before and then he stopped by to check out our table the next day. Brian's head exploded for the umpteenth time when Judah said he would like to work with him and recommended him to John Gulager. It was really cool meeting Clu Gulager (Feast & Return of the Living Dead) and son, John. Turns out John is a videogame junky too. While discussing videogames he revealed to me that he might be in line to direct a movie based on The Suffering videogame. The day was rounded out with a couple of interviews with Showtime for the Masters of Horror promotion.
Who said it's all work and no play? The next day we were like gods with all the attention were were receiving from the previous night's antics. And after a night of drunken debauchery, Gerner and Spears took home the trophy.
(Left to Right) Mike Lane and Sal Sirchia hang out at Vinny Vella's club Cafe Med with Coalition cast members Antonio Mastrantonio, Eddie Malavarca, Director Joe Ariola, and Chuck Zito who seems pretty happy in the company of Kerri Taylor.
(Left to Right) Brian brought me along to the set of Kamal Ahmed's (Jerky Boys) horror movie Rapturious. I was supposed to assist him with a makeup but instead Kamal put me in a pivotal scene as an orderly with the lead actor, Rob Opal. I even got a line and played opposite Joe Bob Briggs and Basket Cases's Ken Van Hentenryck pictured below.
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