This photo brought to my attention by Brad, who stumbled onto this photo of me on Flickr, which he understandably misunderstood to be a “fake band photo.”
Good thing we found the safe room.
This is actually the cast of “The Nightmare,” a commercial I appeared in for Norton AntiVirus Gaming Edition with my friend Shain, produced by the talented masterminds at Bellingham’s ToolHouse. (Wow! It’s featured on their frontpage!) It follows, and is a parody of Valve Software’s Left 4 Dead, which I’m a fan of, so I was stoked to be part of the project.
I had all but forgotten about this. I really liked the work and the people involved, but didn’t get a call back for a second commercial. Probably should have rehearsed my lines a little better.
I got this prompt from Facebook today when trying to DM a contest winner for PreSonus on Facebook. The winner and I are not friends on Facebook, which means a message would generally go to their “Other” box, where messages are often overlooked.
It costs a buck to prioritize your message so that it goes to the regular in-box. Interesting.
Heck yes! I just got my super-rare sold-out Blu-Ray copy of Night of the Living Dead! This is the 1990 version directed by Tom Savini. I won this from a giveaway over at Cinema Lowdown, and I recommend you check them out because they make dreams come true.
This release is somewhat controversial, for a couple reasons. First, the color timing is dramatically altered from the original release. Secondly, Twilight Time only made 3,000 of them!