#Zombie Horror Throwback film “The Undead” is making headlines!
Hey Everyone, I am pleased to announce that my next film is “The Undead”. This is going to be a VERY scary movie and I might even be surrounded by Zombies 🙂 I can’t talk too many details about my role but I will keep you posted with backstage pictures and other fun information (upon approval of the production). The Indiegogo fundraiser is doing great and the campaign is now featured on the front page – which is nothing short of AMAZING! Here is a little more about the movie – as described on their official page:
The feature film will display both Zombies similar in THE UNDEAD promo video and badly decayed ones you’ve seen on THE WALKING DEAD. The reason for this is the zombies in the beginning of the film will have just been exposed to nuclear radiants. Therefore in the beginning they’ll be brain dead individuals bleeding from their orifices(eyes, ears, nose, mouth) and progress to a more decayed state in reel time.
Therefore Zombie fans can consider this a DIARY OF DECAY.
SYNOPSIS: Two yuppies venture out to the country to explore an opportunity away from their stressful city life. After driving several hours with no communication to the civilized world they find themselves isolated in a small and abandoned rural town. After being attacked by a disfigured man the two seek refuge in a house occupied by a young women with a questionable past. It is there that they learn what has happened to the townspeople and workers of the Russeltown Nuclear Plant. They are left with no alternative but to defend themselves and fight off “THE UNDEAD.”
Click on the picture below to go to their fundraising campaign. There are all sorts of great perks for people who donate.
The Undead Indiegogo Campaign
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I am honored to be selected as the national spokesperson for red-feed-Child.com. Here is a write-up about the organization (from their website):
The “Dreamer” who feeds the children
“Read With A Child, And Help Feed A Child”
Michael John McCann has a life long track record of community service and involvement. An entrepreneur who ran a successful commercial finance and real estate business, he was a member and former chairman of the Westborough Housing Authority. He was instrumental in creating the town’s senior center and an affordable housing development for the elderly. Now residing in Florida, Michael is the author of PURPLE UMPKIN, the first in a series of illustrated children’s books featuring the Murples.
Imagine feeding a child through a book…
This is exactly what my purpose was in writing this book. It is great to see my book in print, but what makes it special is although you will discover “PurpleUmpkin”, and our enjoyable Murple characters, you will be feeding a child. My main focus of this project is to feed underprivileged children in America. This book is allowing me to help these children and through doing so, I may help them to discover the dreams they have and allow them to come true. It is my goal to continue this passion until one day authors engage with me; together
we can have others read a book and feed a child. – Michael John McCann
We filmed a new video on Friday, August 3, 2013 to be released nationally soon. This picture is taken in the HCAM studios by Mike Torosian.
Video Producer Perry Lawrence gives direction to Hopkinton High School Senior and Anti-bullying Advocate Meredith Prunty
for an interview with Michael McCann, author of “PURPLE UMPKIN”, the first in a series of illustrated children’s books which proceeds go to his charity Read with a Child and Help Feed a Child.
So excited for Paisley Dickey – she is really taking a leadership role in the campaign to stop bullying. Paisley also can be seen in the new video “Bully Proof” and the movie “Exeter”. Go Paisley Go!
Paisley Scott Dickey
I am looking forward to being back in the studio this week recording my new anti-bully song Angel Tears! The song was written for me by my mom, Wendy.
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Starring Meredith Prunty, Ashley Tramonte, Arthur Wahlberg, Paisley Dickey, Addison LaFountaine, Colin Mackey, Adam Teper , Donna Glee Reim and many more. This docu-drama horror film is based on the real life events that happened when our two lead actresses were on an actual movie set filming at the old Ladd institute in Exeter, RI during summer 2012. With our first trailer closing in on 20,000 views the first month alone, we decided to release our second trailer. This was featured at the Central Massachusetts Film Festival. Enjoy!
Photo: Brina Healy “Fashion is our Sanctuary”
Last night I went to the Red Carpet Boston event “Fashion is our Sanctuary” at the Old South Church to benefit #TheOneFund. The fashion show (featuring Model Club models) and concert was a lot of fun and I met wonderful new singing artist Kenzie (@KenzieMusic1) who did an amazing rendition of Bruno Mars new hit “When I was your Man”. The Old South Church is an outstanding and colorful example of Northern Italian Gothic architecture. This picture was taken at the event and outside the church by famed photographer Brina Healy and you can see why she is one of the top photographers in Boston! Sponsoring the event was MCFashion, Hint, Uptempo Magazine, Popchips, Accent Limousine, Scene Magazine and Doulblecross Vodka. I love supporting great causes and it makes it even more fun when I get to attend with my friend and fellow actress Ashley Tramonte (pictured with me above). I have several more events on the radar so stay tuned for more glitz and glamour!