Friday, September 20, 2013

Grave Soldiers: A Four-Part Comic Book Series on Kickstarter

 Greetings friends,

It's been a while since I've been on the bucket but I wanted to direct your attention to a new project by my good friend and writing partner Ben Soreff and I called Grave Soldiers! We started a Kickstarter campaign for our comic and have been hitting the ground to build up awareness for the books!!

In the not-too-distant future, paranoia and fear force those who walk the halls of power to turn the American military machine loose around the globe. There are those who yell fascism and others who cry justice. But a few in uniform see an army stretched thin and young soldiers lost too soon. When a secret plan is hatched to train raw recruits to deal with the savagery of war, a new kind of horror is unleashed. On the other side of the country, another battle is beginning on the campus of a small Liberal Arts college. A protest of legendary proportions will be waged—one that would shake the very foundations of society itself—and it begins with an epic road trip. These two forces clash on an isolated island and when they do, the unthinkable happens. You get un-dead warriors. You get a bloody mess. You get…Grave Soldiers. 
We've got some great Tier options as well, from the books(40 + full color pages) to t-shirts, posters, mini-one sheets, original artwork, you get a character in the book named after you and of course the biggest tier we have, if purchased you get your name and likeness as one of the characters in the book, immortalized forever!

We also have a new Top Secret Mission added to the campaign. The Covert Spy Mission features a chance to have a meet & greet or audition with a prominent New York City Casting Director. All you have to do is pledge $25 or more to Grave Soldiers on Kickstarter. When the project is successfully funded you will be contacted. The Casting Director can meet or speak with only ten people. When you pledge, simply send us an email through Kickstarter tell us you would like one of the ten available slots. When the reward fills, we will announce that it is no longer available.

Not to mention two raffles going on for any pledges made no matter how big or small: You get a chance to win the banner and or the poster we featured at Baltimore Comic Con!!! (The Banner above this post and the Poster to the side)

Check out what the press is saying about Grave Soldiers:

Winston-Salem Examiner

East Brunswick Patch

Horror Comic Book News:

We still have a lot of work to do but we're counting on YOU to help us spread the word and let everyone know about Grave Soldiers!!!

Friday, March 01, 2013

21 and Over


If you've seen the trailers either Red Band or Green then I don't think I need much explanation for what this movie is about. But if you need a breakdown here is the short version;  two old friends decide to take their best friend Jeff Chang out for his 21st Birthday and get him right and sloshed creating absolute bedlam at his university. From the writers of the Hangover this is a genuinely funny raunch insane good time so crack open a couple of brews and be prepared to laugh your ass off.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Safe Haven

Well it's Valentines Day and if you haven't done your due diligence for your lady then I have just the thing for you take her to see Safe Haven tonight, you may thank me tomorrow. I know I know it's not your type of movie I get it, but it's not as schmaltzy as you think. Not to mention it's directed by a phenomenal director Lasse Hallstrom (Cider House Rules, Chocolat & What's Eating Gilbert Grape) who makes an amazing travelogue of my home state North Carolina. I got homesick watching this flick, seriously. So go take your lady to a nice dinner and go see Safe Haven, trust me.

Friday, January 25, 2013

Movie 43

Technically I'm still on hiatus but Relativity has a new movie coming out this week so I thought I would do a little plugging. So what is Movie 43?  Frankly this kind of thing hasn't been done since The Groove Tube and Kentucky Fried Movie way back in the 70's. To put it simply Movie 43 is a series of hilarious sketches SNL style except completely unfiltered. And as the tagline suggests you can't unsee what you are about to see. It features a bevy of huge honking celebrities that have never, up to this point, allowed themselves to be exposed in this way: Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Chloe Moretz, Dennis Quaid, Greg Kinnear, Common, Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts, Richard Gere, Bobby Cananavale, Gerard Butler, Josh Duhamel & Terrence Howard. There is of course so many more but these particular stars I wouldn't think would normally be caught dead doing a movie as completely off the chain as this flick. That is why you have to see it because you will never believe what they are actually capable of. So go and check out this snot-releasing hilarious flick this Friday January 25th! 

Friday, November 09, 2012


After a month of taking care of two newborns a 5 year old and now going back to work I've discovered at the moment I just don't have enough time to put my reviews up for at least 6 months, roughly. I've weathered two storms some power outage and extreme temperatures and that's not including taking care of two newborn twins. So I'm signing off for now but will hopefully return soon to give you my take on movies, tv, sports and pop culture, because we all know that's what you really want!!! The goal is to make it back by the Oscars but we'll just see how shit unfolds. Otherwise thanks for reading and we'll be posting relatively soon.