Two chances to watch me try to speak in public in Los Angeles!
I'll be at Bent-Con, a convention celebrating LGTBQ (and Allies) in the geek community, doing a panel called "I Love My LGBT Fans" at 2 pm alongside my buddy, Kit Williamson! November 9th!
Join us and get more info here.
In anticipation of the new season of Real Housewives of Horror, the pilot has been re-released on Nerdist.com.
I can't express how much fun this project has been. Everyone on board has been amazing and the experience itself has been life-changing. That may sound weird to say about a parody show in which women are married to ghosts but I truly mean it.
Thank you to Nerdist, Sandeep Parikh, Kevin Pereira and the amazing Real Housewives - Brooke Seguin, Laura Ortiz, Briana Lane, and Jessika Van. You are all the world to me. This project has made me love filmmaking once again and made me so so happy on a daily basis. Love you all.
Please GO HERE to check it out.
Some stills were released from Padraig Reynold's upcoming movie Worry Dolls on Bloody Disgusting today. Here's one I'm in with the wonderful but scary Brandon Johnson!
An Open Letter to Future Watchers:
A couple of years ago, I directed a movie I co-wrote with my friend Vera Miao called Best Friends Forever. I had never directed anything before or written anything that had made it to the screen. Thinking about it now, it was a pretty insane adventure that we embarked on. So to that boyfriend who at the time told me I wouldn't be able to do it, I see why you said that now. It was a lot harder than I thought. But, eh, you were still wrong.
It was scary, fun, and extremely exhausting. I felt like my heart get ripped out of my chest so many times. I felt like I was so tired I was going to die. I felt like my life was falling apart through the whole thing (and some might say it did).
But now I look back fondly and know that I and a very strong and irrationally enthusiastic group of people took a risk by taking money from our bank accounts, losing more sleep than we could ever recover from and taking time away from our families, friends and jobs to pursue something that was never going to make us rich or famous.
And now I know we can pretty much do anything. And that's a good feeling. Nothing feels that daunting anymore.
It's not perfect. But it was made with love and I think that shows on the screen.
So give it a watch if you would like. All the hits help us to get better placement on the site so anything is appreciated.
I was very lucky to get to work with Adam Green and Shawn Ashmore on this year's Halloween video for ArieScope.