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Casey Jay Moore, Screen Writer and Producer announces the latest casting of actor Anthony Zientek as the dynamic character “Zombie” of the Cemetery Boys. Film production begins summer of 2017.


A small taste of whats to come:

Let’s get to know a little more about Anthony!

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. When preparing for a new role I like to do extensive research on my character, I want to find out what makes then tick, what makes then laugh, how they react to certain situations. I want to get into the characters head so much, I become the them! I hear story’s about people who have to stay in character for months at a time so they don’t loose it. Personally I have no problem getting in and out of character while on set or at home.

Q. Who is your favorite actor and why?

A. Its difficult to breakdown my favorite actor into just a single person! I think Denzel Washington had the greatest emotion of any actor. Leonardo DiCaprio can get into a character better than any actor I’ve ever seen. And Tom Hanks is just all around AMAZING!
Q. What would your dream role be? What would you bring to the character?
A. A dream role for me would be would be someone with duel personalities. I really like the idea of playing multiple characters in the same movie and showing off my talents. I would also like to play a sadistic serial killer type. Let my crazy come out! The crazier and freakier the role, the better. Someone like the Joker, or any character from Rob Zombie’s films!
Q. Do you prefer to play the villain or the hero? Why?
 A. I am a villain at heart! I will always prefer to play “the bad guy”! The hero is to easy and its always the same story… The villain gets to have all the fun! He gets the bad girls! The villain gets to do what ever he wants where the hero follows all the rules.
Q. Tell the fans about a fun fact that we might not be aware of.
A. A fun fact about myself…. I did a commercial for Hydroxycut out in LA and lost 33 pounds!
Q. What was the hardest role you’ve ever played and why?
A. Honestly I haven’t played a role that was overly difficult yet! I imagine playing Zombie will be my greatest and most difficult role to play!
Q. On the flip side, what was the most fun role you’ve ever played?
 A. I played the role of a heartbroken ex boyfriend trying to get his girl back, that was fun. Mostly because all of the kissing and heavy petting scenes!
A sample of Anthony’s work-
Q. Tell us about where you got your training?
A. I took acting classes throughout middle and high school and attended The Naples Players acting school as well.
Q. What advice would you give to aspiring actors?
A. Don’t give up on your dreams! I’m still chasing mine.
Q. If not an actor, what profession would you choose to occupy? Why?
A. I would actually prefer to write and direct movies! The acting is secondary to that! My dream is to make movies of my own. I have so much information in my head I would like to put on paper I could probably make 4 movies right off the back! I just need somebody to write while I talk… I hate sitting for long periods of time!
Contacts and more for Anthony Zientek:
                           Crowley’s Tomb: The Movie — Coming to a theater October 2017

A Moment With Crowley’s Tomb… Justin Larsche


I am extremely proud to announce that actor Justin Larsche has landed the lead role as the conflicted Cemetery Boy George St. Louie, better know as “Preacher”.  Justin will also play a slew of evil characters which I will not reveal at this time. There is no other actor I trust more!!  He truly is the “Blessed Hell Rider”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWWpZDsN2Ao      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMpf-Syar8w

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

A- Well since I’ve done more theatre then film I’ll start there. First I get my script read it all the way through. Then I really focus on learning my lines, I’ll find the character more in rehearsal. I read over a scene a few times so I understand what my character is talking about then record myself so I can listen to it at any chance I get throughout the day. Once the words are in my head I can go to rehearsal without trying to act while reading and really discover who I am trying to portray. Being a lover of music I figure who does this character listen to? After that I will listen to an artist or music style through all rehearsal and run time. From there I just feed off of the director, the cast and whatever feels natural to the character. The one film I’ve done I only had a week to prep and no lines in the script. Lucky the director was willing to let me try some improv which turned out pretty crazy seeing how I was playing a sick sadomasochistic Russian mobster. Villains are always easier to play but we will get to that later.


Q- Who is your favorite actor and why?

A- No way, I could ever have one favorite actor! But here’s maybe my top three: Heath Ledger-not just cause he was the best joker ever!! And yes, that is my favorite of his performances. The things that Ledger could do from one movie to the next from being the best hero to the most evil villain just showed his amazing versatility. He went way too soon! I think he had a lot more to offer us in my opinion! Gary Oldman- because this man is a true chameleon! Fans will never see him do the same thing twice! I mean from Jim Gordon to the pimp in True Romance to Count Dracula I mean need I say more!? Leonardo DiCaprio-because the man is dedicated to his roles goes full into character we are talking about a man who split his had open in the middle of a scene and ran with it even deciding to wipe the blood on another character’s face! That’s just brave acting!!


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

A- Dream role would be the Joker on the big screen. It’s a character very dear to me that I have portrayed many times but to do it officially on set would blow my mind! I would bring to it my own inspirations from all the material out there and I surely would put my own original flare and twists to it. After that I would go to town!

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

A-Hero or villain hummm, well a few years ago I’d say villain, villain, and villain again! But I find the hero to be more of a challenge honestly. I like a challenge but my God the villain certainly is fun to play!!! I think we shall call this a 50/50 heads or tails proposition.


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

A- I’m a total superhero geek but if you saw my FACEBOOK page you would quickly figure it out!

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

A- The hardest role I ever played was Justin Larsche’s real life. Acting is only hard if you let it. But if that’s not the answer you’re quite looking for then I’d say Larry from Patrick Marbers Closer. It was my first onstage production. It was 10 of 12 scenes and a few of those scenes were very emotionally driven!

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QOn the flip side, what was the most fun role you’ve ever played?

A- I’d have to say also Larry from Closer though it was an emotional rollercoaster. It was an experience like I’ve never had before and that’s hard to top!

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Q-Tell us about where you got your training?

A- I got my training from sitting on my ass watching tons of TV. Sound like a joke? It’s not!!! I didn’t realize I was acting my whole life through TV and movies. I study the great actors and their performances over and over wanting to do what they were doing. I also studied bad actors and I learned over time what not to do! I work very hard memorizing movie lines until it comes natural to me. I would also work on body movements and I would stare in the mirror for hours practicing facial expressions. Now I’m training by working, doing theater, character gigs and whatever gets me that much closer to doing what I love!

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Q- What advice would you give to aspiring actors?

A-Take every risk you can but make sure you have another way to make a living cause this is a very hard game to make money at!!


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

A- Well I’ve done pool construction for the past 15 years, soooooo not that!!!  I just want to be in the entertainment field if not an actor then a director, a performer, a promoter, a producer or anyone that can provide great entertainment to people!!

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You can find J Larsche at:Facebook.com/justinthejoker and Facebook.com/heroesandvillainscharacterentertanment YouTube The Trade short film DC. IMDB Justin Larsche


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I am very, very excited to announce that actor Jimmy Manfredy has accepted such multiple roles as Detective Bloom, Evil Clown, and Druid Monk just to name a few. Film production begins summer of 2017.

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Today we finally caught up to the very busy actor & Sifu  Jimmy Manfredy…

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-  My process is fairly simple, I read everything written for my characters in the script and break down why this person would think the way they do and acts the way they do, all the way down to what their speech pattern might be.  Then I go out into the world to find similar things in everyday people and use that as building tools for the persona I need to portray.

Q-  Who is your favorite actor and why? 

A-   Robin Williams:  I’ve always loved his ability to bring joy to everyone by using his imagination.

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

A-    My dream role I’m a little to old for now, I always wanted to play Peter Parker AKA Spiderman…lol

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

A-    I prefer the hero. I grew up rough and I’ve always wanted to help people no matter how bad the situation, so I like to project that kind of positivity. However I don’t mind villain roles because they always need to make the hero look like one…lol

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

 A-    I am a Die hard “Power Ranger Fan” especially the original Green Ranger Tommy  played by Jason David Frank….lol

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

A-     I played the role of Sam Knight in a film called “Always Live Laugh Love”, that role was the hardest because my brother in the film was dying of cancer which hit close to home for me, my Father and Grandmother passed away in 2009 and 2010 from cancer, so it brought back a lot of painful memories.

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

A-     My favorite role so far has to be my recent role in the film “Read Between The Lines” an action comedy where I play Jimmy an undercover DEA agent with a very anxious partner. It was a fun and playful role to play while also doing the fight/stunt coordination for. I loved working with everyone involved.

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Q-    Tell us about where you got your training?

A-    My first experience in acting was with my high school theatre arts class and clubs. I also received personal acting training from my good friend Thomas Altman production Manager for the Winter Haven, FL theatre and the many wonderful coaches there. Since I’ve been a life long martial artist I also tried my hand in stunt work and I absolutely loved it. I really enjoy having the ability  to use my Martial Arts skills to create amazing fight sequences to tell a physical story to go along with the dialogue. For me it was a dream com true. In addition I sought out the guidance and trained with my good friends, veteran Hollywood Directors, Actors, Stuntmen, Stunt/Fight Coordinators Art Camacho and John Kreng, both of these men have been a wealth of knowledge and great mentors..

Q-   What advice would you give to aspiring actors?

A-   Find as many like minded positive people to surround yourself with and seek out every possible source of information that will help you achieve your goals and never give up no matter what anyone says!

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

A-    Well in my case, I already occupy my other loved profession, I own and am the chief instructor at Twisting Tiger Academy. It’s a Martial Arts school where I help positively shape young minds for a better future themselves.  I also teach men and women of all ages to defend themselves from would be attackers.

You can follow and/or contact Jimmy through social media:

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Crowley’s Tomb Horror Fans Exclusive Interview With Writer Casey Moore


1.)     What was your favorite chapter or scene that you wrote? – Rachelle (Tampa Florida)

My favorite chapter would be a toss-up between Chapter 24 “Dinner’s Served” which to this day makes me laugh or the Final Chapter “Resurrection” where I am able to tie the whole story together ending with a song.

2.)     Who was your favorite character and why? – Ashley (Sarasota Florida)

I would have to say Zombie. Zombie was the weakest out of the bunch physically, but the most dangerous once you put a gun in his hands. I also liked the fact that he questioned others judgments. My favorite thing about Zombie was he was whiny and yet very funny at the same time.

3.)     How did you come up with the story Crowley’s Tomb? – Chris (Norwich Connecticut)

The story is loosely on me and my early friends that were poor in Junior High School.  We formed a small gang called The Cemetery Boys in Forest Park, Illinois. Every weekend we used to go to the movies by taking the shortcuts through (I believe) Hillside Cemetery. We would have the weirdest things happen to us. When I moved to Villa Park I went to an uppity school called Willowbrook High School.  It was culture shock for me being around the upper middle class. It might have been the first time I didn’t fit in well.  Personally I thought the main stream sucked!

I began hearing numerous stories about a place called Peabody’s Tomb. The rumored fables always whispered throughout school about masochistic monks in black cloaks chasing snooping kids who had the hopes of getting a glimpse of the famed Tomb and its wealth of gold. If caught by the Devil worshipping evil monks you were made to kneel on such things as rice, broomsticks, or glass while they forced you to pray. That always gave me goosebumps. I knew one day I was going to fuse the Cemetery Boys and the Devil’s Monks together for a creepy story.

4.)     How did you come to know fiction (particularly horror) was something you wanted to write? And on the other hand, how can you write such a detailed heartwarming love story right after that? – Marlene (Cocoa Florida)

I really didn’t but I should have listened to my heart long ago when I played Dungeons and Dragons. I loved being the DM (Dungeon Master). My imagination always ran wild in worlds outside of our own. As time went on I did not pursue my dreams as a writer. I did however write the first Fantasy Sports Handbook (baseball, football, hockey, basketball) before the internet began. My Foster Mom was an avid reader and the day it came off the press she passed away. Right after that I walked away from writing. I discovered writing again after my life fell apart. I began journaling trying to cope with the loss of my family. Every night I would write my counselor trying to shake my personal demons, and it was her idea that I become a writer. I wrote Crowley’s Tomb during very dark days of my life. I had lost hope so my emotions in the story played a major role in choosing horror. It was a way to release my anger. It was the escape to the securities of worlds I had forgotten about. I really don’t like pigeon holing or labeling myself to any genre. My next book out is an erotic love story called “Steamy”.  Of course I was in a better place when I wrote that book.

I think I needed to write Steamy for my own sanity. I was also tired of hearing some shallow women say, “Read 50 Shades of Grey and you will know how women want to be treated.” Steamy debunks the notion you need to be rich or in a specific sexual genre to be happy. I realize the true message of 50 Shades of Grey was “acceptance”. Steamy is more about how to keep your relationship exciting without cheating in the modern era. Steamy uses all the sexual genres to keep a long term relationship loving and happy. It’s about keeping a relationship on the path of conquest, not conquer. Most relationships are killed by laziness, complacency, and lack of communication.  It has been a struggle at times between marketing horror on one hand, and on the other dealing with love. Writing is much like acting in the sense you must get into character. It can be challenging if you haven’t prepared or researched properly.

5.)     The first journal is written in past tense. As a matter of fact, it uses the line “13 of us went in, none came out” Really? Who is writing the journal then? And who writes a journal in the past tense in this manner? Why the use of so many songs? – Scrapper (Amazon Unknown)

The first couple chapters were purposely written in past tense. I thought that would be a clever way to tie in the final chapter so it all came together and made more sense to the reader. There were several journals written by the Cemetery Boys. Preacher writes his journal knowing he is going to die. In his journal he makes an assumption of how he believes their destiny turns out. He left his journal so that the Cemetery Boys would be remembered and his death avenged. Music wasn’t primarily used for atmosphere, as it was more of an attempt to bring the reader back to a place and time in their life. My reason for using so many songs was an attempt to make Crowley’s Tomb a rock-n-roll fable that would ultimately forge rock music back to its rightful throne in today’s world we live in. I really never understand why people waste their time with negative energy, but best of luck Scrapper, lol.

6.)     Will there be a sequel to Crowley’s Tomb? – Taylor (Middletown New York)

 When writing I had no intent for a sequel; I wrote Crowley’s Tomb as a stand-alone with the ending left to the reader’s imagination.  I leave a sequel up to Hollywood. Unlike most writers  I prefer moving forward with new stories and characters. If you look at most of the .99 cent false writers they try to manipulate the readers and fans with a misleading financial agenda by leaving you hanging only to make you pay more money for the next book. Example .99 for original, next one $2.99, next one $5.99 and so on. I refuse to work for free or manipulate the fans financially with petty schemes. I never ask the fans to give me their work for free either. In my opinion these types of false identity writers have really hurt the book industry, but Amazon loves it, and seems to be the only one who profits from it.  I myself have very little use for Trilogy or silly series characters that go on and on. I find sequels boring. Just look at Friday The 13th Part ?????? The great writers know how to let go and move on, just like life itself.

7.)     Can you tell me more about Chief and Delilah’s love for one another? – Johnny (Columbus Ohio)

Chief and Delilah had eternal love for one another without a physical relationship. There wasn’t this boyfriend/girlfriend label. Their relationship was private in a very unique way. Remember, it’s never the first kiss that’s important; it’s the last kiss that counts.  Delilah ultimately understood Chief’s destiny. The couple didn’t need words to express their love for one another, they just knew it.

8.)     How tough was it to envision the characters? – Kathleen (Charles, La)

It wasn’t difficult at all because the cemetery boys were a part of me.  I often get asked the question, “which cemetery boy are you most like?” and I have to laugh because of the 13 boys, they are all part of me!  As far as the villains, they may be even easier because we all know someone from our past that fits the character profile.

9.)     The cover of Crowley’s Tomb has a pentagram which leads the fan to believe that you are an atheist and the book is about Aleister Crowley, is there any truth to these assumptions? – Greg (Knoxville, TN)

There is no truth to either of those assumptions.  As a kid growing up I had different religions forced upon me.  Over life experiences I was able to come to my own conclusions and beliefs.  My beliefs are more in touch with nature and animals similar to the American Indian.  As far as Crowley’s Tomb, the original title was named “Cemetery Boys”.  Unfortunately when I was searching for sketch artists I didn’t protect myself properly and (theory) one of the artists stole the name and wrote his/her own book leaving me scrambling for a new book title.  I decided to take the cemetery and infuse one of the most evil known names and combine together to come up with Crowley’s Tomb.

10.)     Villains or Cemetery Boys; which do you prefer – Sandra, Brandon FL

I enjoy them both; let’s discuss heroes (Cemetery Boys) first.  Unlike most writers or characters in Hollywood movies I like my heroes to be bad boys, unpredictable and with true demons within themselves.  In most books and movies there tends to be only one villain which bores me personally.  The uniqueness of creating Crowley’s Tomb is there are multiple villains of all facets, both male and female. For most people the obvious answer would be to say villains. Certainly they are the easiest and most fun, but for the really great writers the answer should be the hero. It’s unfortunate that writers and screenwriters all too often copycat one another by making the hero boring and one dimensional. I enjoy bucking the system by bring a more sinister element to the hero characters.

I had a lot of fun but in choosing my villains for Crowley’s Tomb I decided to use the ultimate evil villains known as Satan and God.  Good and Evil never ends, and never defeats the other which has been proven over time and time again.  I think the most important thing whether you’re a writer, actor, director, and so on is making sure you are prepared properly through research, studying, and developing your characters. Robert De Nero always comes to mind on how well he prepares developing his characters. An example of this was on the set of Crowley’s Tomb,  it was very easy for me to pick out which individuals had done their homework and who didn’t.

11.)     In closing, what thoughts or comments would you like to leave your fans and readers with?

I am blessed to do what I love, and think everyone should follow their destiny and dreams.

Seeing this process evolve from thoughts in my head, to a manuscript with over 40 illustrations by 3 talented artists, to a published book, to merchandise and ultimately an unbelievable trailer has been the most rewarding experience of my life.  The joy of making the trailer was amazing – the producer, director, make-up artist, actors, actresses, assistants, prop and costume designers all came together over a very short period of time and made magic!

I’ve met many new lifelong friends during this journey, which we all look forward to taking to the next level with a movie and video game deal.  It’s been a true collaboration and has taken an army – who are all part of the brotherhood of Crowley’s Tomb.

The thing I have enjoyed the most is meeting and greeting the fans and having their support.  There is no better judge of talent than the fans themselves, for whom I am extremely grateful.



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Q- How did you get into acting?

I started taking acting classes in elementary school when I lived in San Diego. I absolutely loved it. The class was after normal school hours, but I was always excited to go. To this day I believe it was one of the only classes I truly enjoyed.

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

I grew up in a very strict home that didn’t allow television. We lived far away from all of our family, but eventually my uncle got a job working for my dad. My uncle had two VHS movies in his apartment that I would watch over and over. The two movies were Dumb and Dumber and the Quest starring JCVD. Those movies would have a significant impact upon my life because being funny and knowing how to fight became very important to me. I was always the class clown in school, but at the same time I knew martial arts better than any other kids in class. I’m still a jokester till this day, but recently stopped practicing martial arts. I was the Martial Arts Team Captain at West Point, but left the academy to pursue a Systems Engineering degree. After moving away from San Diego I wasn’t able to continue doing any acting. My family placed a strong emphases upon academics and martial arts so there wasn’t any room for it in my life. Now that I’m independent and have a family of my own I’m able to pursue what I like in my free time. I had been searching casting calls for something that might interest me and that’s when I found Crowley’s Tomb. It had a great plot and seemed like a lot of fun. I decided to make that leap and contact Casey.

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

Crowley’s Tomb is the first acting role I have ever taken, but I have been acting my entire life.

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

I love playing both, but if I had to choose I rather be a villain. One of the main reasons I like to act is because I get to become someone else. Being a villain is such a large contrast to who I am so I really enjoy it. I don’t really root for the villains in movies, but I like their appearance more than the protagonists. We all have a somewhat of a dark side and Casey allowed me to live it in Crowley’s Tomb. I played the cemetery boy, Chief, and I played the evil villain, Hitler. In the trailer the character, Chief, had a perfect balance of good and evil in him and I wanted to portray that with my appearance. I wore a dual colored jacket, opposite colored rings, skull bandana, and black face paint.

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

I would prefer to be on a TV show. Spartacus was my favorite of all time, but currently I really enjoy watching Arrow. I would love to be a villain on a show of that caliber one day.

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

I believe I found it on Green Room casting calls for Orlando.

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

I liked the setting of the story and the persona of the cemetery boys. They reminded me of myself when I was a teenager. I was rebellious and would look for scary adventures with some of my friends. Some of my favorite locations we would visit were an abandoned amusement park and mile long tunnels.

Q- Are you a horror fan?

I enjoy watching horror films, but their effect is not that strong upon me anymore. When I was a child I was very religious and firmly believed in the supernatural. This would cause horror films to seem almost real or could potentially really happen. Now I know the majority of real monsters are wearing suits in D.C. and NYC.

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

I was one of the Cemetery Boys, Chief, and the evil villain, Hitler.

Q- What can you tell us about your character?

In the trailer, Chief played a more alpha cemetery boy. He was the only one wearing primarily black face paint. The black on his face could be symbolic of darker side to his nature, which allows him to face evil with a more aggressive approach.

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

Getting into character in a cemetery setting was really fun. I could feel my teenage spirit sparking again. Seeing everyone in costume at night was a really eerie sight to see. The next day the feeling of getting ready for and going into battle was exciting. I wielded double machetes and chopped off an evil priest’s head “Spartacus” style.

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

It was very different than the atmosphere of working in a cube as an engineer that’s for sure. I arrived on set a little bit late and everyone was in costume. I wasn’t sure if I was going to be sacrificed that day by a group of satanic worshippers who lured me into a trap. When you see a 6’8 375lb pig man with a chainsaw you start to think about the “what ifs”. All jokes aside, everyone was really cool and we had a great time filming it together. We got into our roles which allowed for strong synergy.

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

I don’t believe in the paranormal, but I do have only one experience that is questionable. One night I felt a strange presence in my room and I saw a dark shadow by my bed, but I was honestly too hung over and tired to care so I went back to sleep.

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

These guys were awesome and gave me the experience that I was looking for. They had great direction, but listened to their actors that wanted to improvise a little. I would do again any day.

Q- What horror movies impacted you growing up?

The original Exorcist had to be one of the scariest movies I watched growing up as a kid because I thought it was real. Movies like that had me saying my prayers every night.

Q- What current projects are you working on?

I’m looking for another horror film or potentially an action film. My profession allows me to be pickier and not dependent on trying to make money. Acting is my hobby so I look for roles that will be the most fun, regardless if there is pay or not.

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

Tall Man, played by Martigan Delano, did a great job representing his character. In one scene I had to make eye contact with him through a window and I could feel the terror that his stare could instill into a teenage boy. If he was staring at me in real life it would be the most chilling experience in my life.

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

I would be the Chief that I represented in the trailer. A Chief with a darker side that plays a bold role.

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

I like to work on cars, body build, gamble at casinos, and play some online virtual life games.

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

I am really proud to be main actor in the trailer and was blown away by the trailer. The costumes and special effects were amazing. The production team did an awesome job and Casey was wise to select them to do the job. If they do the entire film I’m sure it would be a horror film classic and I would love to be a part of that.

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

Crowley’s Tomb trailer is just a glimpse of what I’m going to start working on. You’ll see more of me in other horror/action films soon.