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Sep 13, 2009

coming to a theatre near you!

Hey Wisconsinites, I'm talking to YOU! On Sunday, October 4th you should stop cramming cheese in your face long enough to totally head to the Madison Horror Film Festival where they're screening my short film Taste of Flesh, Taste of Fear! It's true.

I'm unable to make it to the festival myself, but I'm so excited about the notion of my movie playing on a big screen that I could just pee. I do so wonder how audiences will react to my magnum Barbie lesbian vampire opus- filmed in fabulous VHS VISION!

Anyway, yeah, you should go. You may also want to go to the festival on Saturday, when they're screening a movie called Re-Animator and conducting a Q & A with some dude named Stuart Gordon. The schedule and deets are here.

Mind you, I would not be in the Madison Horror Festival if I weren't a part of the Viscera don't know. I'm sure there's some sort of lesson in there somewhere. While I try to figure out exactly what that is, you can go listen to The Unrated Hour's recent interview with Viscera/Chainsaw Mafia honcho Shannon Lark. The show starts out with a bunch of weird wrestling-related stuff, so you may feel you're not in the right place, but you are. Eventually they talk to Shannon and more importantly, eventually they talk about me. ME ME ME.

They did not talk about how my kindergarten portrait came to be hanging on the wall of the eerie castle owned the eeeevil vampiress Lady Mortidella, but I suppose there's always next time.


Bill Walsh said...

Well, as your token Wisconsin-resident reader, I'll see if I can make it. And I'll coach everyone present to shout PONDER! whenever the kindergarten picture shows up.

Anonymous said...

So awesome! I wish I could be part of your cuckoo nutso contingent of fans in the audience! Congrats!

BokhandelsbitrÀdet said...

I would so go if I were not in the "North" from where Alexander SkarsgÄrd from True Blood is... ;D

Stacie Ponder said...

Thanks, kids!! I'm really excited about it.
Oh, and personally I find it perfectly rational to spend hundreds of dollars on a plane ticket and then travel many, many hours to pay money to watch a 10-minute film that you can already watch online...but maybe that's just me!