Upcoming GHOST TREK stuff, KILL THE MUSIC in development, etc.

Scary Carrie Carmichael, the "Living Dead Roller Girl" Case Manager (Christy Johnson), on GHOST TREK. (Photo by Justin Kates)

Hello dear blog people,

I don’t get a chance to blog as much as I would like these days.  I’m slammed with GHOST TREK.  So far this year we’ve had a number of screenings throughout the southeast (ConCarolinas, Charlottte Film Community Meeting, and Fright Night Film Fest) with more coming up in the fall (Athens, GA Horror Society screening on Friday, September 9th and Scarefest in Lexington, KY Saturday, September 24th).  We’ve been getting some great press.  Here’s an awesome write up at Dread Central:


GHOST TREK: THE KINSEY REPORT won BEST COMEDY at FRIGHT NIGHT FILM FEST in Louisville, KY on July 24, 2011.  Our first win.  Here’s the video clip of us accepting the award (we also won an ADDY Award earlier this year):


GHOST TREK packed in two screenings at Fright Night and we gave out free t-shirts too... cause that's how we roll.

We’ve got a succesful facebook page with close to 1,400 fans so far.


And we’ve got a couple of screenings coming up:



We may be screening GHOST TREK in Los Angeles, and Atlanta very soon.  I’m in talks with several production entities about GHOST TREK as a TV series.  There’s a lot of interest. I’ll keep you posted.

Meanwhile, my book, KILL THE MUSIC is in development with some cool people attached to the project that have been involved with such films as Napoleon Dynamite, and Blue Velvet.  Here’s the book link:




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