–8/6/2016-Unfortunately, due to lighting problems (it was too dark by the time filming was done), all the stuff from the last day had to be re-done. So I went down to Binghamton again for another run. This time, a different approach was made to my make up, so as to make it more resistant to sweat. My body reacted to that by saying “challenge accepted!” 🙂 Halfway thru, it started to come off-but nowhere near as bad as the first time. Things went by quickly. I have to admit, there were a few times where I didn’t feel like I “hit my mark” like I did the last time. I think I know why and it shall be corrected. Nevertheless, the fight scene was total improve and was fun. It’s the classic monsters era so it’s not like I’m doing any Bruce Lee type moves 🙂 It was also interesting to note that, also in the park, there was like this hip hop mini concert going on so that made for some interesting background noise during our fight. 🙂 The death scene was fun-but who’s death scene? You’ll have to watch the show to find out about that one 🙂 We almost had to cancel this day cause only me and Mark we available-and we needed at least one more for a crew spot. Luckily Greta V. came by and she helped out a lot.
-Big thanks to Mark and Jessiy for having me involved in this and thanks to the rest of the cast & crew on this. I was told that the plan was to actually have this ready to be premiered at The TERROR EXPO on October 9, then to be show the week of Halloween this year on WHAT’S GOIN’ ON BINGHAMTON and then to be released online soon after. Looking forward to seeing my first silent film 🙂 Keep an eye out for news and updates on this at THE HORROR OF IT ALL.