The Interned: Eidolons in “The Prophecy”

An Eidolons Short Film

Brought to You by:

Director- Ken Baker Jr.

Producer- Christopher Regner

Exec Producer- Sani McPherson

Screen play- Christopher Regner

Story- Christopher Regner & Sani McPherson

Comic Book- Sani McPherson & David Velar-Gaskill

Cast

James Walker/ “Schism”/ Johnny Demonicus- Sani McPherson

Fredrick Foit/ “Hustle”- AJ Allen

Kristin Kresswell/”Brace”- Kristin Kuykendall Riggleman

Joy Smyth/ “Fluke”- Jordyn Simpson

Stan- Duane Fox

Manager- Gary Brunner

Jake Fellows/ “Mallet”- Joe Fecko

Jennifer Wade/ “Spite”- Sandy Fecko Philipp

Agent Crittenden/”Fearsome”- David VeLar Gaskill

Agent Oliver/”Tirade”- Dale Brown

Contributions

Here is a “high-five” to the organizations that have been assisting us with the film project, which has required a lot physically, mentally and financially. This list is by no means complete. If there is anyone that I’ve left out, please let me know.

Atom Smash. . .formerly of JIVE Records, they’re one of the most underrated rock bands playing today. Not only are they great musicians, they’re a great group of guys who really interact with their fans. If you haven’t had the chance to see these cats in concert, you need to– they come correct. They wrote the song “Get Back to Hello” for our short film Eidelons: The Prophecy. Check these guys out at http://www.atomsmashmusic.com

I’ve been a loyal fan of Sponge since the 90’s and they’re still rocking hard. Vinnie and the guys are a trip. Sponge brings alot of power and their live shows are amazing. I had the honor of “getting plowed” with them in Hamtramck, MI. It was hands down the sweetest pub crawl that I’ve ever partaken in. Their song “Destroy the Boy” will be featured in the short film. Go to www.spongetheband.com

Graphic Designer Melissa Morris of Stormy Sea Studio is assisting with a sweet movie prop and I can not wait to see it on display. She is very throrough and professional. I would recommend her to anyone looking for assistance in this arena. For more details go here stormyseastudio.com

 

I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention Voice Over Actor and SAG member, AJ Allen. Hands down the greatest VO actor to ever live on this great green earth. Am I biased? Sure. . .but that’s my job. Seriously, he’s a super talented individual who can adapt to any enviroment. I’m am grateful for his assistance in the formation of Team Demonicus and as a lead actor in the short film. If you want to use his talents, you can go here www.paradigmagency.com/divisions/voiceover/clientroster?category or www.ajvoice.com

Karen of Carbon Impressions Creamation Art is another multi-talented individual who will be assisting with a killer prop for the film. She does everything from Graphic Design to designing clothing. She might make you a jet pack if you ask her politely (hey, that’s the next thing on my wish list). Since it’s the month of October, you should really check out her witch hats– just awesome! Check her out at www.facebook.com/carbonimpressions.cremationart

What’s with all of these Florida bands?! Our buddy Scottie is the drummer for the Orlando rock band, Megaphone. I love these guys. . .this is what I call feel good rock. You’ll be singing their songs all day. It’s like Butch Walker and Seven Mary Three had a child who wanted to melt your face 24-7. Their song “We Were Young” will be featured in the short film. For more on these guys go here http://megaphonemusic.net/

Patrick Potochick & Rebel Stunts will be assisting us with our 2nd Unit Action Directing for our film. These guys have a lot of sick experience. They’ve been nothing but professional and helpful during our pre-production phase. Ultimately, they’re going to make us look cooler than we actually are and I can’t really fault them for that. For more about Patrick Potochick & Rebel Stunts go here www.rebelstunts.com/

Chaos Rains is a metal band from my hometown. I saw these guys at a battle of the bands at a bar across the way from my parents house last year. They come with it. I can’t believe music this hard comes out of my neighborhood. If you’re in the moshing mood, then give these guys a listen. Their song “Nursing the Pain” will be featured in the short film. Check Terry and his boys out at www.facebook.com/chaosrainsofficial

A band called pain is just sick! Why nobody has told me about these cats or why they’re not nationally known is beyond me. This is another band that OCTANE on Sirius has failed to give any visibility to. That’s okay because I’ll do it. If you’ve never heard their music, imagine Alice ‘n Chains being black. If you’ve never listened to Alice n’ Chains then I don’t even know what to say. . .lol. Or you could just image that I was cloned 3 times. Then me and all my clones were given instruments– this is what you’d get. I really hope that these guys stick around for years to come! Their song “The Day You Died” will be featured on the short film. For more on ABCP go here www.facebook.com/pages/A-Band-Called-Pain/32711750896

The gentlemen from the Threat Management Center in Detroit will be playing the role of Strike Team 2 in the short film. This is another organization that is going to make us look a lot cooler than we actually are. I’m really glad that we only have to face off against these guys in the film. I’m not trying to mess with them in real life. That’s just a bad day all around. Though their focus is threat deterrence, they’re trained for a multitude of threat situations. Take a look at their website and watch the intro video. I promise you’ll enjoy it! http://www.threatmanagementcenter.com/

 

Kristin Rogers is a professional makeup artist who will be working makeup and makeup FX for the gang for the film.  She will be bringing in a lot of experience and I can’t wait to see how sweet she’s going to make us look. You can view Kristin’s work and stay updated on her latest projects by liking her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Kristin.MUA
You may also follow Kristin on Twitter @makeupbykristin

The most intimate venue in Ferndale, MI. Music, pool, Michigan beer, booze and more.  The loving touch will be supporting us for the final shooting.  We definitely want to thank them for their support.  If you haven’t been here– GO!  Visit them on the web at

https://www.facebook.com/lovingtouchferndale

 

 

 

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