Tell me about some of your upcoming and recently completed projects. What’s Bad Movie Police all about?
That was a fun project. I co-star with Ariauna Albright (“Witchouse 2: Blood Coven”). Jeff Dylan Graham’s in it. We shot the first three episodes of it in L.A. last April. The first two were released on October 14th. The third one not until sometime early next year. Tempe Entertainment is releasing some of their older films, not-so-good-ones, and we pretty much just make fun of them and rip them to shreds. If it works out, we’re going to do more and more of them.

So, what were the Bad Movie Police’s first busts?
“Galaxy of the Dinosaurs” and “Chickboxer.”

Pretty bad?
(laughing) . . . yeah.

Have you personally been in anything worse?
There are a few movies that I did cameos in here and there that turned out “not-so-hot”!

What’s been the high point of your career so far?
I think getting my own line going –- Vampybunny Productions — is probably going to be a high point for me. Even though the first thing I’m doing doesn’t require a lot of brain power or anything!

And what is that project?
“Boys Gone Wild.” Which is a lot of fun, obviously. Pretty self-explanatory for anyone who knows what “Girls Gone Wild” is – It’s the exact opposite. We’ve shot a little footage here in Atlanta, we’re going to Nashville . . .we might shoot in Portland and possibly some in Ohio, too. We’re going to mix it up and have some guest hosts. I think Jeff Dylan Graham might do some. . .

What else is in the works for Vampybunny?
There are a couple of scripts I have but probably wouldn’t think about doing them until next year. The “Boys Gone Wild” project would have to wrap and be complete by November and still wouldn’t be released until next March. So I wouldn’t be thinking about doing anything movie-wise under the Vampybunny label until spring.

Will Vampybunny’s output be mostly horror?
Yeah, horror and thrillers.

Why did you name the company “Vampybunny”?
Well, my love for my two pet bunnies and bunnies in general. They go to cons with me. They’re my two little sidekicks so I had to get them in somehow. But, I doubt they’ll be in “Boys Gone Wild”!

Finally, do you have any advice for up and coming B horror filmmakers and actors?
For the filmmakers: cast who you like. Just because you see somebody’s name in every single movie doesn’t necessarily mean they’re the best person acting in the business. So, cast who you like. For actors and actresses: if the director you’re going to work with has made previous films, watch them before you work with them. See if it’s something you want to do.

Do you have anything you’d like to add?
Just look for my stuff coming out soon! “Boys Gone Wild” and more stuff from Vampybunny.

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Posted on May 25, 2004 in Interviews by

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