Monster Killers Club Premiered in October 2010 on DreadCentral.com and a New Episode Is Uploaded Every Wednesday
Creep Creepersin of Monster Killers Club on EOE
Creep Creepersin premiered his new web series “Monster Killers Club (MKC) on DreadCentral.com in October 2010. The series debuts a new show each Wednesday night on DreadCentral.com, but MKC can be seen all through the week on the all-things-horror website. In MKC, viewers can follow this unlikely group of friends as they begin to realize there really are things that go bump in the night and they may be the only ones who can save the world from the forces of darkness that beset their town. MKC asks viewers to imagine that the Monster Squad in the web series once really existed, but is now made up of only one member because everyone else grew up and quit. Then MKC asks viewers to consider the premise that the one remaining member was right all along. The series stars Creepersin himself (who also writes and directs) along with Nikki Wall, Charlie Vaughn, Buz "Danger" Wallick (who also edits and produces), Cheryl Sands, Jonathan Loughram and Chandler Maness. MKC can be viewed at: http://www.dreadcentral.com.
Creepersin Films has recently moved operations to beautiful Burbank. California. The film company is in the final stages of post on Brothers Cannibal, Brides of Sodom and Lake Death. Creepersin, Wallick and Vaughn also worked together on The Brothers Cannibal. The Brothers Cannibal is a feature film that Creep directed from his own script. Creepersin’s wife, Nikki Wall, will be producing and directing the upcoming feature film Catacomb Tapes in France. Says Wall of The Catacomb Tapes, “When I finished the script, I thought that we’d go to France and shoot some exteriors for four days, and then come back to Los Angeles and finish the film on a soundstage. But when I submitted it to the French Film Commission for review just to see how much permitting would cost, they ended up really liking the script and offered partial funding and starting setting everything up for me.” Wallick will again be featured in The Catacomb Tapes. Creepersin directed the horror love story “Brides of Sodom”, starring Domiziano Arcangeli, David Taylor and Rachel Zeskind, which will be released in late 2010.
Creepersin is a multi-talented film director, musician, screenwriter, producer, actor and author. He has created films such as O.C. Babes and the Slasher of Zombietown, Vaginal Holocaust, Caged Lesbos a Go Go, Orgy of Blood, The Brothers Cannibal and Brides of Sodom. His three books, “The Legend of Cartwayne Twain and other Tales and Poems”, “Blood Lust Romance” and “Blood Lust Revenge”, were published through his own Creepsville Press publishing house in 2006. Creepersin attended high school in Cypress, CA, where he was a standout football player and met his future wife, Wall. He founded the Horror/Goth Rock band Creepersin in 2004. The band released the album ‘Faster Creepersin Kill Kill’ in 2006, an EP entitled ‘Creepersin’s Final Chapter’ in 2007, and a compilation of previously released songs and demos called ‘House of Creepersin’ in 2008. Creepersin’s exploding film career kept the band away from the stage for awhile, but they burst back onto the scene at the Aqua Lounge in Beverly Hills in October 2010.
Buz Danger Wallick is a cinematographer, director, producer, writer and actor. Wallick attended San Diego State and is well known for his documentaries, including: Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, a comprehensive catalogue of Freddy Krueger’s ascension from dream to phenomenon; Thirsty: The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited; WAX OFF (which he wrote and directed); and Thanatos. Wallick has appeared in Horror’s Hallowed Grounds, The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited and the Brothers Cannibal. The multi-talented dynamo is also one of the founders of DreadCentral.com and contributes articles regularly to the horror website. Creepersin and Wallick are co-writing a feature film together called The Broadcast, which Wallick will direct and Creepersin will produce.
Creepersin Films partner Charlie Vaughn is an actor, director and writer who wrote and directed the 2009 San Francisco musical short film, "Flight to Sinai". Vaughn attended the same high school in Cypress, CA as Creepersin and Wall. He graduated from San Francisco State, and has appeared in numerous films, including The Corporate Cutthroat Massacre, The Brothers Cannibal, Lake Death, Red Machete Blue and Final Girl. Vaughn directed the feature film Vampire Boys in July 2010, and the DVD will be available through Ariztical Entertainment (www.ariztical.com) in February 2011. Next up, Vaughn will be directing a feature called Bloody Mary, about the legend of Mary Worth, aka Bloody Mary.
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