Friday, 10 April 2015

Charlie Hunnam - Another Year Older...Another Year So Much Hotter!! Right Jax Teller Fans!? ;)


On this day, the 10th April, one of the most sexiest, and talented men to ever walk the earth was born....in Newcastle of all places.  He's like ALMOST Scottish, mwahahaha.  That man of course is none other than Sons of Anarchy's Jax Teller, Mr Charlie Hunnam!!  :)  

So as I rave on about how much I love him enough already...I think these videos here, along with some gifs, will sum things up nicely!! :) 



Most romantic line ever below, teehee! 







Oooh, and next up, it's Guy Ritchie Film Knights of the Round Table, where the Hunnam is playing King Arthur.  Woot woot!! :)  


A photo posted by Guy Ritchie (@guyritchie) on


HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHARLIE!!! :)  

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

BEST. ANNOUNCEMENT. EVER. The X Shaped Hole in my Heart has Already Started Healing. Welcome Back Mulder and Scully!!


Holy fucking shit.

I can't believe this day has finally happened.

They're back.  They're really coming back.

Please forgive me whilst I go and have a slight emotional meltdown.

And in the meantime, read the press release from Fox. :)

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Introducing Damon Runyan as Charles Falco in History Channel's Gangland Undercover - The REAL Sons of Anarchy!


Anyone who knows me will know that I'm hardcore missing a certain biker gang right now.  So much so that as of late, I've been finding myself watching documentaries on notorious biker gangs throughout the years.  I guess it is truly perfect timing that a new show from the History Channel, Gangland Undercover, is getting my mind all down and dirty with bikers again....this time however, it's based on actual events!!


This shit is so fucked up, that it's hard to NOT respect the big ass pair of balls that Charles Falco had!  This man infiltrated not one....but THREE outlaw biker gangs over a five year period!

Falco's serious undercover work led to 62 arrests, in a world where, had he been discovered....well....needless to say, it would NOT have been pretty!!  And I'm pretty damn sure that his death would not have been quick either!


Gangland Undercover is based on Charles Falco's book Vagos, Mongols and Outlaws, and featuring a silhouetted introduction from Falco himself each episode, in which we see Damon Runyan's gritty and realistic portrayal of  Falco.....and I'm not gonna lie.....he sells it fucking gooooood!!

Actor Damon Runyan has stated in interviews, including this one with my bud Troy Foreman for his site The PC Principle, that he worked closely with Charles Falco himself in preparation for the role, and still speaks to him daily...and I think that kind of relationship really shines through in Runyan's performance.  It was kind of like when Johnny Depp lived in Hunter S. Thompson's basement for four months in preparation for Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas...you're gonna hear a lot a crazy shit...and you're gonna get a belter of a performance because of it!! :)


I love me my dark, gritty shows.....Gangland Undercover is the kinda grit that would stick in your cheeks after you've had your face dragged along the highway dangling off the back of a motorbike.  These guys take no shit, and Falco lived a life so dangerous, that's it's no wonder that he didn't completely lose the plot!  What I find truly remarkable as well, is that he's not even in witness protection anymore!!  

Definitely be sure to check out Troy's pretty rad interview...it's definitely worth a read, as it's a nice look into just what it takes to be an actor going into such a head fuck of a role!

Go check out the show, LIKE the Facebook page for the show, as well as Charles Falco's FB fanpage too.  You can also follow Damon Runyan on Twitter - @damonrunyan.  This guy is most definitely one to watch! :)



Morley xo

Saturday, 28 February 2015

REVIEW - Damon Rickard's The Tour - Starring Jessica Cameron and Heather Dorff!


If there's one thing I'm a total sucker for, it's a good old ghost movie.  Ever since I was really young, I've always had a thing about ghosts.  Poltergeist still remains one of the few films to ever freak the shit outta me.  I was 6 when I watched it, and had an INCREDIBLY overactive imagination.  Haha.  Or IMAGINAAAAAAATION, as Spongebob would say!  ;)  The Blair Witch Project (next to The Wizard of Oz, haha) is definitely my scariest film of all time.  That film fucked with my head so badly, and even to this day, it terrifies the crap out of me watching it!!  Yet I can watch all manner of fucked up, insane "scary" films, and not flinch.  


Damon Rickard and Alex Mathison's The Tour, pays homage to films such as The Blair Witch Project and Hostel, whilst taking on the good old fashioned ghost story, and making a truly entertaining little film out of it!  

Kudos to guys for such an entertaining and well-written script as well.  I think that's often the problem with ghost stories...is that they rely too much on cheap scares, and not enough on an actual script!  The Tour most definitely does NOT fall into that category.  There is an art to writing a good short ghosty film (or any short film for that matter!), and coming in at just under fifteen minutes, The Tour is the perfect example of how to do this.  Right from the get go, The Tour pulls you in with its quirky, spook~tastic ghost story, which is made all the more believable by entertaining tour guide Tom...the kinda tour guide that would make you stand there and pay attention.  One that, if  you were like me...you'd want to go and further investigate.  


There is this brilliantly delivered line by Tom Gordon's tour guide character Tom about trips across Europe, and what might happen...referring to Hostel of course.  Straight away I'm thinking, "Hells yeaaaaaah!!  My kinda tour guide!!"  ;)  Which totally just reminded me of when my fellow X Phile/Women in Horror chick, Nia Edwards-Behi and I were in the London Dungeon and we were in the Jack the Ripper bit.  The actor dude really did choose the wrong person when he chose to try and scare me.  He came up behind me and put his hand around my neck and said whatever....how do I reply... "Ooh baby I like it raw!!"  Much to Nia and her friend Yvonne's bemusement.  Mwahahahaha.  


Newcomer Tom Gordon was absolutely brilliant, and definitely one who I'd like to see act in more films.  Heather Dorff and Jessica Cameron were totally awesome as well.  You can tell they had a lot of fun doing this....and it was good to see them mixing up and doing a bit of role reversal to their usual kinda roles.  It was also cool to see my English and American/Canadian friends teaming up to make a film over in the UK as well....usually it's the other way round!  

For more information about The Tour and places where you can see it, go and LIKE the Official Facebook page, and be sure to also check out composer Eric Elick's music page also...this is a guy you need to look out for peeps.  :)
Speaking of teaming up, and Heather Dorff and Jessica Cameron....and a chance to see The Tour...Scottish director Andy Stewart is hosting a fundraising evening this coming Thursday, the 5th March to raise funds for his new film Redacted....starring the lovely Tristan Risk.  


Not only will you get a chance to see The Tour, you will also get to check out Andy's AMAZING Ink, as well as Redacted stars Tristan Risk and Laurence R. Harvey starring Call Girl, and several other wicked short films.  :) For a mere £3 you get to watch a bunch of awesome short horror films, and there will be a DJ, a raffle and lots of other fun stuff....including a possible SPECIAL GUEST!!!  Come and join us at Glasgow's Drury Street Bar and Kitchen. 

We will also be pouring our own specially-brewed, red IPA, Shining Examp-Ale on the night.
The short films we will be showing are as follows:
CALL GIRL (Jill Sixx Gevargizian, US) DONE IN (Adam Stephen Kelly, UK) THE TOUR (Damon Rickard/Alex Mathieson, UK) INK (Andy Stewart, UK) AUTUMN HARVEST (Fredrik S. Hana, Norway) THE STOMACH (Ben Steiner, UK) Doors at 7, Films at 8, boozing until midnight. Come on down!

Monday, 23 February 2015

Trailer for Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's New Horror Flick Spring is HERE.....and it is AWESOME!!

I fucking LOVE Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.  They're just fucking ace, and such talented guys as well, with so much potential for their future.  :)


Following up their insanely brilliant, and justifiably successful debut feature, Resolution; Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead bring you Sping.  A love story with a difference.  With amazing taglines such as 

"Love is a Monster" 

or 

"Over time, every girl gets weird."

or

"I gotta make sure you're the kind of crazy I can deal with!"

...you know you're in for a bit of a freaktarded time.  And it sounds like someone in a relationship with ME!!!  HAHAHAHAHA.  ;)


Check out the new trailer and see what you think....and also check out Resolution too and go LIKE Spring on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @SpringTheMovie.  Oooh, also check out this post I wrote before regarding the film and also HERE where I'm nerding about them when Resolution came out.  MWAH! :) 

Saturday, 31 January 2015

Tristan Risk and Laurence R. Harvey Are Coming to Scotland to Make a Film with Andy Stewart and Need YOUR Help....ERMAHGERD!! One of the Coolest IndieGoGo Campaigns You Could Get Behind....Trust Me! :)




It is with great, nerdy, almost orgasmic excitement, that I introduce to y'all the newest project from my fellow Scot, Andy Stewart!  This would be something for me to get all lovey over in the first place, as he's pretty fucking rad...and his films are aight too!! ;)  Haha.  Okay, his films are fucking incredible...as I am sure those who have seen Dysmorphia, Split and INK already will testify.  You'll have possibly heard me gushing about him on here already.  You can watch Dysmorphia in the link.  Trust me....it's awesome!!! :) 






Redacted. A Scottish Film to be filmed in Glasgow, that you are going to WANT to help out. Trust me. So much awesome here!! This is an ambitious short film though, and we need your help to take Andy's oh so demented vision to the next level, and are asking y'all to help us out with our new crowdfunding campaign. 

While on an afternoon hike, an unimposing Man stumbles upon a humanoid creature with alluring female qualities. While fearful and in apparent need of assistance, The Creature oozes sexuality and danger but it is unclear where the danger really lies… 



With his multi-award winning body horror trilogy complete and released, writer/director Andy Stewart is dipping his toe into sci-fi horror territory.
Special make-up effects will again be designed and created by award-winning FX artist Grant Mason, who, besides his work on Split and Ink, also created the FX for Trainspotting and Shallow Grave.

Grant has also worked on Hardware, Mission: Impossible 2, Sleepy Hollow, Bride of Chucky and Clive Barker's Nightbreed.

Cinematography will again be handled by BAFTA-winner Alan C. McLaughlin while sound design will again be handled by David McKeitch.

Shooting is scheduled to begin in June 2015.

© 2015, Shining Example Films

(Pictured above - Andy Stewart with Laurence R. Harvey)

With Redacted, he's taking a slightly different turn from body horror, and enlisting the ultimate BODY in horror, muuahahahaha....the looooovely, freaktarded, super freak, ALL WEEK....., my sharky ass shakin' sista, Miss Tristan Risk....aka Little Miss Risk...pictured below as a VERY Risky faerie!  MWAH! :)  


Horror fans will know Tristan from my Canadian siblings and women in horror partners in crime, Jen and Sylvia Soska's American Mary, where she played Beatress, a Betty Boop inspired stripper who is just insanely quirky and just downright fucking adorable!!  Tristan has also been working on Brandon Slagle's House of Manson, playing one of the Manson girls, which is super cool....especially with Ryan Kiser playing Charles Manson.  And speaking of Ryan, the star of Jessica Cameron's Truth or Dare, Tristan has also just finished filming Jessica's latest film, Mania...a fucked up lesbian bipolar love story (pictured below).  Which is basically my perfect film.  Haha.  :) 




And then...just because we're bringing Risky over from Canada, it means she really needed an equally freaktarded co-star, and with that I welcome on board Laurence R. Harvey, whom you might know from The Human Centipede 2 (pictured below) and 3. OR....if you've had a chance to see Jill Gevargizian's Call Girl - short film, then you'll have seen Laurence and Risky in action. heart emotico


Because Tristan and Lawrence have worked together before, there is already going to be that chemistry, and ease of working with each other.  This is going to make Redacted even more special, as there is already that bond....and they are willing to go that little bit further, and with total ease.  

You can watch Call Girl below, it's amazing.  I shall also be screening Call Girl at Jennifer's Bodies, which I'm super excited about.  It'll look ace on the big screen.  


So yay....Redacted is going to be a sweet as fuck project, and the perks that you can get for helping us out with this campaign are totally rad.  I am so freaking excited to be working on this.  Any help you can give us would be amazing.  Be it donating to the film, or even just sharing the links, this blog....anything.  This is a wicked opportunity for Scottish film as well.  To get two such big names within horror...and to take multi-award winning director Andy Stewart to the next level.....it's so exciting!!!  You can follow the project on Facebook at the Official Redacted page, as well as following Andy's Shining Example Films too.  Go drop them both a big massive LIKE!!!  

Friday, 9 January 2015

Paul Solet's Follow Up to Grace, Dark Summer Available on VOD from Today!!


WHEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!  The amazing Paul Solet is back bitches!!  His sophomore follow up to his indie hit Grace, Dark Summer; hits VOD and select North American theatres today.  :)  



(Pictured above - Joe Lynch, Paul Solet and Adam Green)

Now I fucking ADORE this man.  Grace is one of my all time favourite horrors (see my blog on it HERE), and despite the fact he's a boy....this sexy Boston boy just totally GETS women.  Which makes me love him even more.  Combine that with the fact that he has teamed up with my beloved Adam Barnick, or fackin' Bahnick...or Barnipede yet again...it just makes me all the happier a Nerdzilla.  


(Pictured above - Paul with Bahnick on Grace)

I have been excited about this film for some time now, and I think y'all should be too.  


Check out this featurette where Adam Barnick speaks to Paul Solet about how he created an "otherworldly glow" in Dark Summer.  It's very cool, and a superb bit of advice for filmmakers too.  Yup, yup, yup. :)  Also check out this interview that Paul did with Ron Purtee as well, for The Ron Purtee Show.  It's ace.  And you can see what I mean about his sexy accent.  Haha. :) 

Enjoy!! xo