Saturday, October 31, 2009

Happy Halloween

Friday, October 30, 2009


I really like this idea that Trasharella is mentioned in San Luis Obispo Tribune for scary movies filmed in the SLO County.  I also wrote Butterfly Lane to be filmed in SLO.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Sex In The Cinema, Starz Network at Hollywood Film Festival

Last night I went to see the World Premiere of "Sex In The Cinema"!  Here I am with Director Jeffrey Schwartz, he is amazing, so talented, and such a wonderful friend.  The documentary is awesome, and very interesting... I mean, it's all about Sex In The Cinema... so, you can imagine.  It will be airing on Starz Network Nov. 11 (or around then)  Paul Verhoeven is interviewed, Jennifer Tilly, Peter Stickles, Alanso Duralde (pictured with me), Dominique "Lolita" Swank and myself, and many other  actresses/actors and directors of sexy cinema.

It was great to meet new awesome people and see some good friends there, too.  Alsonso wrote the book 101 Must See Movies For Gay Men, and I did a Showgirls Q & A with him when he had his book release "party" which was a one week long film festival at Laemmle's Sunset Five Theater, of course, Showgirls was the grand finale movie!  How fun that was!!!  My friend Christian gives the best interactive comments, lol ;-)

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Interview on set of Showgirls

Elizabeth and I both took dance classes and danced together at Tremaine Dance Center with Margarite Derricks long before Showgirls came to be.  We did take our dancing very serious, as she says.  We rehearsed for months, I think rehearsals lasted for almost 5 months.  We had a pole installed in our rehearsal studio, which was out in North Hollywood.  We had a lot of fun rehearsing at the studio.  Paul Verhoeven came to watch our dances one night, Elizabeth and I both performed our choreography for him.

Sunday, October 11, 2009



I am making the ORIGINAL version of TRASHARELLA available again, but the new shorter version is going to come out on HALLOWEEN!! :-)  It's totally different, and it is so strange the way editing can change a whole tone of a film.  The original is more campy comedy, but this new version has a new tone.  It is much stranger and serious.  Although, I know, it's a hot mess... but it has some demeaning scenes in there, lol ;-) (ooops, fraudian slip?  I meant, REDEEMING.. ya)  I wish I could upload video to this blog, darn... youtube canceled my account because this new Trasharella commercial we made, for some reason, was "inappropriate"... I really don't know why.  Is it against youtube rules to be ball gagged while a painted faced vampire serenades on his accordion?  Or to kill a vampire with a barbie doll?  It's a PG movie, no use of "bad words" or anything, no F bombs.

Here is the soundtrack link, as well... let's boogie!  Thanks to Marcey for her artwork!