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A MOMENT WITH CROWLEY’S TOMB… ADAM GIBBINS

CROWLEY’S TOMB CASTING UPDATES:
I am thrilled to announce that actor Adam Gibbins has landed the stoner role as “Raven” of the Cemetery Boys. Film production begins summer of 2017.

 

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Q. It seems fans always want to know what an actor’s process is when preparing for past, or present character roles. Take us through your process when researching, developing and transitioning on the set for your character roles?

A. If there’s ever any source material available, that’s the first place I go when preparing for a role. The day I was cast as Raven I immediately ordered a copy of Crowley’s Tomb to get my head into the game. The script is always the best tool when it comes to prep. Reading the entire script, multiple times, is paramount. Knowing every piece of the puzzle can give you a great idea of where your (the character’s) head is at in any given scene. With that being said, all I would need to really hammer home is to find out what is it that I’m fighting for. It’s damn near impossible to tell how I will react in the moment, but I would trust that as long as I’m fighting, really fighting for my point of view and bringing life to the table, it’s hard to go wrong.

Q. Who is your favorite actor and why?

A. Bryan Cranston would have to be among one of my favorite actors. A big reason why I became an actor in the first place was after watching Breaking Bad for the first time. Seeing Cranston being able to transition from genre to genre is impressive, and also something that a lot of artists fight for. His range, and the truth within his acting is amazing. His decorum off set also paints him as a humble, genuine human being. That is something of a rarity for super stars, but it’s a position I would definitely strive for.

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Q. What would your dream role be? What would you bring to the character?

A. My dream role would be to play Girl Walking #4. I would bring all the sass money could buy. But honestly, I have no idea how to answer that question since dream rolls for myself happen to be stuck in a revolving door. It all depends where I’m at in life.

Q. Do you prefer to play the villain or the hero? Why?

A. Being a hero or villain in my opinion is irrelevant. It’s a subjective title as far as the audience is concerned. A hero fights for what he believes is right, and a villain, also fights for what he believes is right. But, from an audience’s perspective, I would definitely want to be the villain. Why? Simply because it’s more fun to break the rules, and rules can be broken on screen without any consequences.

Q. Tell the fans about a fun fact that we might not be aware of..

A. My dad was the original drummer for the band Badfinger, so I come from a musical household and have been around several famous musicians throughout my life.

 

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Q. What was the hardest role you’ve ever played and why?

A. The hardest role for me to play was actually in a student written Edgar Allan Poe themed play titled The Masque of the Red Death. The only reason why this was a difficult role for me was that I had to learn how to play guitar (I’m a drummer and turn into a monster with a stringed instrument). And once I learned the handful of chords which never sounded correct, I also had to sing, which turned into humming since I was too focused on the guitar. I had less than a month to get this down, and although I practiced every day. It was wasn’t enough. So, as I’m on stage, sitting at the foot of a bed, in my underwear, playing horrible guitar, humming out of key, my scene partner was sleeping in the bed, and after a few bars, she would wake, and the first line out of her mouth was “That is so beautiful? What is it?”, and this is where the hard part came in, because it took every fiber of my being not to laugh in her face. Dirty lies.

A sample of Adams work-

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Q. On the flip side, what was the most fun role you’ve ever played?

A. The most fun I’ve had was in a short film titled Dani. I played a tatted up meth junkie with horrible gaudy jewelry and no sense whatsoever. The real fun with the role was behind the scenes, really. We were shooting on an open set, so people were wandering by (and sometimes through) while we were filming. One poor guy skated up to me while I was in full makeup and wardrobe, and started to ask me about all of my tattoos. So this is where I truly was able to act. I was able to be as ignorant, ridiculous, and crude as possible. This kid was convinced I was the real deal. I would say that it was impressive given I had a huge ¢ tattooed on my neck. This lasted for about an hour, until he finally went on his way convinced that the teardrops on my face was my way of keeping track of how many people I’ve murdered. So he’s probably still out there, thinking that guy is somewhere alive and well.

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Q. Tell us about where you got your training?

A. In 2013, I decided to get into acting. So I checked out Truthful Acting Studios in Orlando and took various courses and workshops through their studio. They offered a Master Meisner course in which I went through and completed. For the better part of three years it was my artistic home. The environment and instructors at TA made everyone feel more welcome and respected than any other learning institution I’ve ever been a part of. While taking classes through TA I also did a bit of improvisational comedy at SAK downtown, and I love me some comedy. The only issue I ever ran into there is that my mind is always in the gutter, so it was an exercise as to how not to be crude on the fly, lol.

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Q. What advice would you give to aspiring actors?

A. Act. Always be respectful. Get to know yourself, really. And know that each film or stage production you’re on is bigger than yourself.

Q. If not an actor, what profession would you choose to occupy? Why?

A. For years and year I always wanted to be a touring musician in an original band. I’ve been in and out of several groups but things tended to fizzle and pop when all members weren’t on the same page. That was the biggest difficulty for music, and my second largest motivator to start acting. Having an artistic endeavor that at the core of it only needed one person on board to move forward? Sounds good to me. Currently to pay the bills though, I’m a full time shop manager for a safe manufacturer. So between machining, welding, and installing locks on big elaborate steel boxes I’m thinking about when my next acting gig is, or when my band(s) are going to be playing on stage.

 

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                  Crowley’s Tomb: The Movie — Coming to a theater October 2017

 

Exclusive Interview With The Talented Actress Samantha Finley On The Set Of Crowley’s Tomb

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Q- How did you get into acting?
A- I have always taken an interest in the art of acting. I remember when I was really young I would imitate people, and reenact scenes from movies and show’s like Hannah Montana with my friends. I loved acting and would take any chance I could to do so. But it wasn’t until around 7th grade that I actually started taking acting seriously. I remember I was in the auditorium at my middle school watching the school play when it hit me. “This is the only career I want to pursue” “I belong on that stage” “I was born to act” ,my head was fluttered with these thoughts and I was excited. More than excited! I don’t know how to describe what I felt because it was one of those feeling that are just out of this world! When I walked out of that auditorium a new kind of determination and motivation had been distilled inside of me. I got into acting class, got involved in school and church play’s. I also went on a few audition call’s in La & Chicago, And from that day forward I have lived, breathed, and pursued acting to the best of my ability.
 
Q- Who are your favorite actors or actresses and who influenced you on your way to becoming an actress?
A-  There are a lot of actresses and actors who inspired me while growing up. But if I had to pick some of my favorites I would have to go with Adam Sandler, Bella Thorne, Mark Wahlberg, Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, and Seth Rogen.
 
Q-What other roles have you played before Crowley’s Tomb?
A-  My career as a professional actress has just begun. 
 
Q-Do you prefer to play villains or heroes? Why?
A-  As an actress I honestly love to play all types of characters. I love the thrill I get when I’m able to become that character and step into that characters shoes. I honestly think portraying the role as a villain and as an hero would be amazing. But if I had to choose I would have to go with playing the role of a Villian. 
 
Q- Where did you hear about the casting call for Crowley’s Tomb?
A- I heard about the casting for Crowley’s Tomb off of the casting website OneSourceTalent.com
 
Q- What interested you in being part of Crowley’s Tomb?
A- Being apart of Crowley’s Tomb was a dream come true for me. I have always wanted to play a mentally ill person, I have no idea why but for some reason I did. So when I came across Crowley’s Tomb, surprised and anxious was an understatement. 
 
Q- Are you a horror fan?
A- ABSOLUTELY!!!!
 
 Q- What character did you play in Crowley’s Tomb?
A- I played the mentally ill patient in Crowley’s Tomb.
 
Q- What can you tell us about your character?
A- My character was insane, she was locked in a deep depression that spun her around every where she turned. She had voices running through her head and she was scared. It was like she was stuck on a roller coaster that never ended. 
 
Q- What was it like working with an all star team such as Writer Casey Moore, Director Ricardo Protheus   Rodriquez, and Producer Nathan Taupez?
A- Working with such an amazing team of people was a blessing. I had so much fun and it was such a great experience. Casey and his team were all very nice and they did such a great job on making sure everyone was comfortable. 
 
 Q- What was the differences in atmospheres between the cemetery and Shingle Creek Trail on set?
A-  It was fascinating to be able to shoot on both the set of Crowley’s Tomb at  the Cemetery and at Shingles Creek.  The Cemetery was very spooky and brang a haunting feeling, while Shingles Creek was adventurous and fun.
 
Q- What horror movies impacted you growing up?
A- Chuckie, Bloody Mary, and The Grudge all were scary movies that impacted me while growing up. They all gave me nightmares for weeks yet I would watch them over and over again because they were my favorite scary movies.
 
 Q- Away from acting what are some of your hobbies?
A- I enjoy working out on a daily basis and staying physically fit. I also enjoy dancing and hanging out with friends. 
 
 Q- Do you have any ghost or paranormal activity stories to share with us today?
A- No.
 
Q- What current projects are you working on?
A- Improving my Acting, Singing, and Dancing skills on a daily basis.
 
Q- What actor or actress did you think stood out on the set of Crowley’s Tomb other than yourself?
A- Jarred Burgos who played the preacher stood out to me the most on set. The way he had memorized so many scenes and songs from Silence of the Lambs to portray his character, showed that he was extremely dedicated. He also was very intelligent and sociable.
 
 Q- If you could be any character in Crowley’s Tomb who would it be and why?
A- I would have a great time and be honored to play any role in Crowley’s Tomb. But my favorite character in Crowley’s Tomb was the mentally ill patient because when I played the mentally ill patient I was able to actually become that character and enjoyed every second of it.
 Q- What were some of your favorite moments on the set of Crowley’s Tomb?
A- I loved working with Casey and his team when I filmed the scene of me sitting on the bench in the cemetery, and also enjoyed when I really got to meet with all the other people working on set and eat breakfast with them. I had a lot of fun.
Q- If you could be in any movie what would it be and why?
A- There is not only one movie I would want to be in, I want to be in many movies and portray many roles throughout my future acting career.
Q- What would you like the fans to know about yourself?
A- I would like fans to know that I am a hard working and dedicated actress. That I am goofy and love meeting new people. That I enjoy traveling, and I want fans to hopefully be able to watch me play multiple character roles in the future. I want to be an inspiration to people that dreams are possible. 
Q- What did you think after you saw the trailer of Crowley’s Tomb? 
A- Well at first I screamed because i was so excited to see the trailer, and because I was in it. Then I was amazed at how well me and everyone else did and then I was like “Wow Casey and His crew did an incredible job at putting this together it looks amazing!” “There’s no way this won’t be a hit.” Then I watched it over and over again like 15 times. 

Bonzo The Evil Clown “Ryan Monnier” Exclusive Interview On The Set Of Crowley’s Tomb Orlando Fl.

Evil Clown in Woods 2Q- How did you get into acting?
Well I originally began working as a model. You could say I got my first “big break” when I was in a fashion show at the mall. I was friends with the marketing director of the mall which I was currently working at & he suggested to the coordinator of the fashion show that I be a part of the event. After that the agency began contacting me for various modeling, promotional & acting gigs. The rest is history.

Q- Who are your favorite actors and who influenced you on your way to becoming an actor?
I appreciate various actors & actresses for their incredible talents in the industry, I however don’t specifically have anyone whom I can say influenced me to begin acting myself. However, someone who I often look to & think “what range & talent he has” would be Gary Oldman.His work is incredible! To me what really makes an actor special is when you realize that they were in a movie which you’ve seen 100 times & never realized they were the same person and you say “Oh my god that’s the same guy?”.

Q- What other roles have you played before Crowley’s Tomb?
Well, I’ve parodied various celebrities, wrestlers & stereotypes over the years in my own online videos which is what most of my friends & family are familiar with.  In regards to acting in other peoples projects I’ve been in a few short films & film school projects as well an extra a hand full of times.

Q- Do you prefer to play villains or heroes? Why?
I am truly dying to play a villain with a really dark side. I’ve always played parody roles or slapstick houmous parts.
I’d love to really get into a role where people watching think to themselves “I hate this guy”. In my life I’ve actually
had people tell me that before getting to know me that they had decided that they hated me for one reason or another, only to find out I was quite the opposite of who they expected me to be. So I’d like to bring that perceived persona I have onto the big screen.

Q- If you could be in any movie what would it be and why?
Did anyone else say “The Breakfast Club” yet? When I think about movies that are just embedded in your brain for a lifetime, few stand out more to me than that one. I was a kid when I saw it & those characters just resonated with me so much. Everything about that film just came together perfectly.  It has left such a lasting impression on me & so many others. So to be a part of something that’s touched so many others on that level would have to be truly rewarding as an actor.

Q- Where did you hear about the casting call for Crowley’s Tomb?
I do believe that I replied to a posting on Craigslist about it.

Q- What interested you in being part of Crowley’s Tomb?
Aside from it being a horror film (which I love) I could tell that the fact that it was based on a book meant that there’s be much more depth to the project than others I’ve worked on.

Q- Are you a horror fan?
INDEED I AM! I own more horror movies than any other kind, my favorite time of the year is Halloween, I attend various horror cons, as a kid I used to rent a new horror films at the video store (remember those) on VHS (yes, I said VHS WHAT!!!) every weekend based off the scary cover art (man I miss those days) and I’d always to to include my friends in my Horror B Movie Greatness A-Thons but always felt like nobody else cared about it like I did, only to grow up & discover that there’s an entire culture of people who appreciate it just as much as me. For the record my favorite horror film is “Return of the Living Dead”, it has the perfect blend of campy horror fun.

Q- What character did you play in Crowley’s Tomb?
I was Bonzo the clown on one of the days, as I believe another actor also played the character.

Q- What can you tell us about your character?
I was an evil killer clown wielding a machete, who’s only meaning in life is shedding blood.

Q- What were some of your favorite moments on the set of Crowley’s Tomb?
Aside from just working together with the cast & crew I would definitely have to say watching the girl do the downside spider walk. 

Q- Tell is about what the atmosphere was like on set at Shingle Creek Trail?
It was a good time. Everyone was pleasant to work with & I think that we all enjoyed teasing people running by on the trail who had no idea what they were about to jog into lol.

Q- Do you have any ghost or paranormal activity stories to share with us today?
Not unless you count the time that I saw the original Paranormal Activity, and later that night almost screamed when my girlfriend got up and slowly walked to the bath room (per the scene of the girl lurking around the bedroom).

Q- What was it like working with an all star team such as Writer Casey Moore, Director Ricardo Protheus Rodriquez, and Producer Nathan Taupez?    Fantastic! It was a very laid back & fun experience. They did a great job making sure that everyone was taken care of & received their credit in the film.

Q- What horror movies impacted you growing up?
Oh man! All of them lol. I was a huge fan of the tried & true Halloween & Friday the 13th films. Also enjoyed less favorable ones like: Waxwork, Night of the Demons, Night of the Creeps, Slumber Party Massacre & Sleepaway Camp. I’ll never forget the time in the 5th grade at a friends birthday slumber party, my buddy Andy introduced us to the original “Last House On The Left”. The phrase “Piss your pants” was all the rage that night. Everyone had also agreed to sneak out
of the house that night, then as the night progressed one by one everyone chickened out…except for Andy & I; We of course got caught when we came back as everyone else ratted us out, however Andy & I became best friends for over 10 years. It’s funny to think that it all stemmed from that night watching Last House on the Left.

Q- What current projects are you working on?
As a matter of fact I was just cast as Michael Myers in a short film, which I’m obviously ecstatic about. It was funny when I mentioned to my older brother that I landed that role & he said “you won’t even need to practice” and I replied “that’s what I told the director lol”. I realize that the character doesn’t have much depth however I’d like to think that my love of the series will translate into the role & do it justice. 

Q- What actor or actress did you think stood out on the set of Crowley’s Tomb other than yourself?
I enjoyed working with Martigan, Tyler, Autumn & Evie. I believe that Martigan’s presence as the Tall Man really stood out & added something to the film. I also enjoyed watching the scene back as Tyler slow motion lunged at me Mortal Kombat style with a pair of shears.

Q- If you could be any character in Crowley’s Tomb who would it be and why?
Maybe the cow corpse hanging in the woods. I think I could really bring that character to life…I mean, hang there acting dead.

Q- Away from acting what are some of your hobbies?
Well, I most commonly found lifting up heavy things at the gym, if I’m not there I enjoy doing a little filming & editing of my own from time to time.  Ohh, and Photoshop I’d rather be creating greatness in Photoshop than doing anything else.

Q- What did you think after you saw the trailer of Crowley’s Tomb?
“DAMN THAT LOOKS AMAZING!!” It’s honestly really well put together & I’m proud to have been a part of it. It also left me wanting to see more. I’d honestly love to see this story play out on the big screen.

Q- What would you like the fans to know about yourself?

First to anyone who took the time to read through this I’d like to say THANK YOU! I’m just a regular dude who sometimes pretends to act while cameras happen to be rolling. To those who are pursuing a career in acting/entertainment remember that your opportunity might come when you least expect it. As I mentioned in an earlier question, this all began for me when someone who I’d become friends with asked if I’d be interested in being in a fashion show. So let me just point out that the friendship I had with him came from me treating everyone whom I meet in life evenly & fairly. So sometimes when you’re working retail (or any job for that matter) the mall management team can be people who you don’t really care to talk to as they typically come bearing bad news or complaints. Had I decided to treat the management office as other tenants around the mall did it’s safe to say I would have never been invited to join the show. I’m not suggesting that you go around making friends with the entire world looking to get something out of it, but simply how you treat others and make them feel is what they will remember about you. In other words, everything happens for a reason, so don’t be a Butt Wagon!

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Exclusive Interview With Star Actress Autumn Dawn On The Set Of Crowley’s Tomb

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Q- How did you get into acting?

When I was 7 I watched “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and at the time I wanted to slay Vampires and when I realized that wasn’t a reality I figured I could at least pretend to. So I decided to become an actress!

Q- Who are your favorite actors or actresses and who influenced you on your way to becoming an actress?

My favorite Actress is Sarah Michelle Gellar, I believe she influenced me by being Buffy, but she was also a great role model and never got out of hand and has always picked great roles and not gone for the obvious. My favorite actor is John Cusack, I believe he is so diverse in his roles as an actor.

Q-What other roles have you played before Crowley’s Tomb?

I played “Ember” in this short film called “The Elements” as part of a four group girl team who all had powers! Mine was fire. It was a couple of years ago but I enjoyed it. I have done a lot of PA work as well as stand in and photo double in Atlanta.

 Q-Do you prefer to play villains or heroes? Why? 

I think this would depend on the film. Sometimes Villains are so interesting and of course I always want the hero to come through in the end, but James Bond for example always has such amazing villans that you actually start to like. ( Jaws being the best)

 Q- If you could be in any movie what would it be and why? 

I think if this is based on character I would pick Sara Connor from the “Terminator” series. Her character goes from this mild, sweet, and innocent girl to a Strong, kick ass woman who no longer takes crap from anyone and saves the world. The character development is incredible.

Q- Where did you hear about the casting call for Crowley’s Tomb?

I heard about it on green room orlando casting.

Q- What interested you in being part of Crowley’s Tomb?

I think the description sounded really fun! I love a good scary movie and it made me want to be apart of it.

 Q- Are you a horror fan?

Haha yes!! I think it’s my favorite genre of movies! I love being scared, when I know it’s not real!

Q- What character did you play in Crowley’s Tomb?

I played Deliah

Q- What can you tell us about your character?

She is a strong woman who hangs out with the cemetary boys to hopefully kick some ass.

Q- What were some of your favorite moments on the set of Crowley’s Tomb?

I love getting to know new people and everyone on set was very welcoming. I loved working with people who don’t mind if you have ideas to bring to the table and are good at giving direction.

Q- Tell us the differences in atmospheres between the cemetery and Shingle Creek Trail on set?

Well…The cemetery was creepy and when it got dark it was even creepier. It was the first day on set and getting to know people in that atmosphere was interesting. The Shingle Creek Trail was nice, even with all the hanging scary dolls and blood lol. There were a lot of runners and people walking through who probably thought we were a cult. It was super fun that day because everyone has already met and were a bit more comfortable.

Q- Do you have any ghost or paranormal activity stories to share with us today?

I honestly don’t. But ghosts really scare me and I never want to see one.

Q- What was it like working with an all star team such as Writer Casey Moore, Director Ricardo Protheus   Rodriquez, and Producer Nathan Taupez?

It was very professional and exciting. They all made us feel very comfortable on set and gave direction well!

Q- What horror movies impacted you growing up?

The Excorist was scary as heck to me when I was younger, but the movies that made me really like horror movies was the “Scream” series. I absolutely loved every single one of them!

Q- What current projects are you working on?

I am currently working on a “Star Trek” fan film that will be released in 2016.

Q- What actor or actress did you think stood out on the set of Crowley’s Tomb other than yourself?

Martigan Delano. He was very nice and came to work hard!

Q- If you could be any character in Crowley’s Tomb who would it be and why?

Deliah still of course because I believe she has depth to her that’s not showed in the trailer.

 Q- Away from acting what are some of your hobbies?

I like to horseback ride when I can and I help run a convention company and I honestly like it so much I consider it a hobby sometimes. I also like to paint on occasion.

 Q- What did you think after you saw the trailer of Crowley’s Tomb?

I was shocked by how amazing it was an how well put together it was!

Q- What would you like the fans to know about yourself?

I want to become an actress mainly because Buffy but What I loved the most about it was that I wanted to be her so much and I wanted to meet her and she (Sarah Michelle Gellar) supported so many charities and I want to be able to make a difference in someone’s life that not only do they want to meet me but they care about the world and the people in it and that if someone looks up to me I want them to feel like they are looking up to someone who cares about them and the work I do.

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Special Thank You: FACEBOOK Friends, Groups, Fans, Cast and Crew of Crowley’s Tomb

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The Red Carpet Event was amazing!! I just wanted to reach out and say thank you!  Your support has been a true blessing! I salute you all for your generosity and help.  In the Brotherhood of Crowley’s Tomb the fans said it best, “You’re either with us, or against us!”  It has been a real humbling experience watching so many fans become “Patch Members”. Social media fans: thank you for all your tweets, FACEBOOK sharing, like’s, comments, reviews, and purchases. This has been an overwhelming moment in my life. It has been an honor and a real privilege to be called your friend. There will be many more books and movies to come my friends.  For all those naysayers and haters out there let me just say, “You can’t stop the Armies of the Night at Crowley’s Tomb.”  I make no apologies to my defeated enemies!! I actually thought the competition would have been tougher in the book and movie industry; but in reality the dead cost nothing. The Book of Crowley’s Tomb will simple not go away or die off for your convenience. LMAO!!!!!

Sincerely, Casey Moore

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PRESS RELEASE: “CROWLEY’S TOMB” – THE BOOK YOU’LL LOVE TO HATE

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 “CROWLEY’S TOMB” – THE BOOK YOU’ll LOVE TO HATE

Backed by a trend-setting brand of merchandise and a mind-blowing trailer

Come take a journey into the mind of madness, through the Chambers of Hell where no one can prepare you for what lurks in the darkness. Wandering the cemetery can be frightening; unfortunately, stumbling into the gates of Crowley’s Tomb will be the most disturbing moments of your life. Here, there are no places to run. Your prayers will fall on deaf ears, your screams ignored.   A malcontent gang of teenagers called the “Cemetery Boys” will take you on a non-stop, heart-pounding ride through the underworld where they will battle against their own demons, the enemy and paranormal elements.

By chance the Cemetery Boys stumble on the evil empire of Crowley’s Tomb. Stealing items from the tomb with hopes of fame and fortune has the teens fighting the armies of the night.  Surviving the great escape back home turns out to be against all odds. The teenagers made a pact with the Devil and the Devil has come home to collect on the debt. Unfortunately their actions invite evil into the village when the Devil decides to make house calls. Crossing the Devil has grave consequences. The Occult kills one of the gang members while also taking the Cemetery Boys’ mentor known as Wizard hostage.  With a taste for revenge the Cemetery Boys must attempt a suicidal mission by going back into the Devil’s playground. Countless miles behind enemy lines the Cemetery Boys will embrace in an Apocalyptic Battle at the Gates of Hell.  There is only one way out, they’ve got one chance, and one night on Hallows Eve to betray the Devil and his army. These are the Cemetery Boys; kill them all and let God sort them out.

With growing popularity, “Crowley’s Tomb” is not just a refreshing and thought-provoking horror novel, it is an entire BRAND.  In addition to the novel, the author’s fans have become known as “Patch Members”, bearing the Crowley’s Tomb logo on merchandise such as bandanas, t-shirts and more.  Collectors’ series posters are also part of the brand.   Most notably, the mind-blowing and professional book trailer has raised the bar for all future book trailers.

Links to Crowley’s Tomb Information:

Trailer:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWWpZDsN2Ao

Website:  www.crowleystomb.com

Merchandise:  www.shop.crowleystomb.com

Book Illustrations:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FOXIYYjFFM

Here are excerpts from a couple of Goodreads reviews:  “What a great clever read! Evil presented in a way you have never experienced. I loved the way this story was done- not your normal read. This book made for several days of great reading. I highly recommend, you will enjoy”. (Michael) / “Casey is a master of his craft. He has an incredible writing style. He is very thorough when developing the characters. The plot is incredibly intricate and he manages to often portrays the plot from 2 different angles, by showing what each group goes through. The Cemetery Boys often split in two groups but he manages expertly to pick up each of the lines and connects them. The characters are an incredible mix of people.” (Ramona)

 With a refreshing, sinister mind of madness, new creative author Casey Moore’s purpose is simple: to tell the truth to the reader’s mind, body and soul about the dirty deeds of mankind through a spine-chilling odyssey of horror. The time is now for readers to enjoy new flavors of evil through the creation of relatable storylines, heroes, villains and clever endings. It’s time for a new “fusion” writer (mystery, suspense, horror, and music infused with illustrations) to put horror back on the map. Casey is a firm believer that old, tired standards were meant to be broken. Are you ready for a change?

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The Jester Comes Alive On The Set Of Crowley’s Tomb: Exclusive Interview With Johnny Rothschild

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Q-           How did you get into acting?

I got into acting by the suggestion of the Director of SAK Comedy Lab in Orlando.

Q-           Who are your favorite actors or actresses that influenced you on your way to becoming an actor?   

Sean Connery and Robin Williams.

Q-           What other roles have you played before Crowley’s Tomb?

Bartender, Doctor,  Mob Boss and Zombie Slayer.

Q-           Do you prefer to play villains or heroes? Why?

I have no preference as whatever role I play, I am loving life!

Q-           If you could be in any movie what would it be and why?

Die Hard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Ha. I would love to play a part of that type of action with guns and blowing stuff up. I like movies that combine action with comedy.

Q-           Where did you hear about the casting call for Crowley’s Tomb?

GreenRoomOrlando.com

Q-           What interested you in being part of Crowley’s Tomb?

The opportunity to be made up with makeup. That did not happen but the experience in costume was awesome. Being on set is an amazing feeling.

Q-           Are you a horror fan?

As an actor.

Q-           What character did you play in Crowley’s Tomb?

The Evil Jester.

Q-           What can you tell us about your character?

He likes to CHOP OFF HEADS!!

Q-           What were some of your favorite moments on the set of Crowley’s Tomb?

Certainly chopping off a head and having a bit of makeup put on by that cute blond lady!

Q-           Tell us about what the atmosphere was like on set in the cemetery?

Unfortunately, I couldn’t be there the day of filming at the cemetery.

Q-           Do you have any ghost or paranormal activity stories to share with us today?

I have cedar ceilings in my home. There is a mirror on one wall and when you are sitting on the couch and look into the mirror you can see a face embedded in the cedar. Ohhhhhhh

Q-           What was it like working with an all star team such as Writer Casey Moore, Director Ricardo Protheus   Rodriquez, and Producer Nathan Taupez?

Absolute fun. Very Professional.

Q-           What horror movies impacted you growing up?

Night of the Living Dead scared the shit out of me.

Q-           What actor or actress did you think really stood out on the set of Crowley’s Tomb other than yourself?

Pig Man def gets the nod. How intimidating!

Q-           If you could be any character in Crowley’s Tomb who would it be and why?

I liked my character.

Q-           Away from acting what are some of your hobbies?

Sports and beer!!

Q-           What did you think after you saw the trailer of Crowley’s Tomb?

Fanfrikentastic!!

Q-           What current projects are you working on?

I have a role as a high school football coach in a film titled Safe Haven which you can find on Facebook and a role of a mobster in an upcoming feature film which I cannot divulge as of yet.

Q-           What would you like the fans to know about yourself? 

My ambitions, dreams and expectations for something big to happen to me within this industry are huge however, if those goals are not met, I will be fine with that because not only is the ride awesome but most people are watching TV and movies while I am trying to be on them. I would rather die trying than not to try at all.

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