|Yours truly with Bada in late 2003|
May 7, 2013
April 26, 2013
The 1985 dark comedy-horror film, The Return of the Living Dead is a classic of its genre and the cast often reunites for appearances at horror convention and fan events. Some had already made names for themselves in B-moviedom (such as Clu Gallagher, Linnea Quigly, and Jewel Shepard) when the film was cast, but most were unknown at the time, such as Beverly Randolph.
Beverly's character, Tina, was the seemingly "good" girl who, for whatever reason, hung out with the ill-fated bunch of punkers, misfits, and outlaws who were in search of a place to party. Since it's undoubtedly the role she's best-known for, it's a safe bet that she's constantly asked about the film whenever she gives an interview. Realizing that, I asked Beverly if she'd be amenable to a one-question interview, to which she warmly replied that she was. Of course, it was going to be about ROTLD, but it was just going to be one question, and one I hoped one that she hadn't been asked too many times before. So, I asked her about a line she spoke in the film. (No, not "I'm not into dead guys" because that was spoken by Suzanne Snyder in 1988's Return of the Living Dead 2)
April 23, 2013
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Van on Twitter
April 17, 2013
April 8, 2013
Another of her recent projects is a short film produced by 99 Hearts, which, besides being the sole performer in, she co-produced. Shot mostly from the viewer's point of view and without dialog, Erin is seen as an adventurous traveler who unexpectedly crosses paths with the viewer. However, they must part ways after a brief time together because, despite the chemistry between them and the connection they feel, they have lives in different parts of the world.
Erin's hosting credits include the travel show Green Travel Destination, and Black Tree TV, where she's hosted their Hollywood Talk segment and covered events for them such as the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and LA Fashion Week. Oh, and she also made a great Asian Little Red Riding Hood, who avoided the Big Bad Wolf by using her Droid RAZR M to find an alternative route to Grandma's house.
See more of Erin at:
Her Facebook Fan Page
Her IMDb Listing
Her Youtube Channel (Includes the "99 Hearts" short)
Erin on Twitter
April 1, 2013
Just because the interviewee never gets back to me after agreeing to an interview, is no reason to let my good and pertinent questions go to waste. So, here's my half of what would have been my interview with Brenna Roth. At left is where the lead photo of Brenna would have been. More text would have gone here as I always write good lead-ins to my interviews.
March 17, 2013
See my June, 2011 interview with Judy here.
March 5, 2013
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