Monday, September 24, 2007

Meet Katie Rose - Again!

Katie Rose, who played the short-tempered, ill-fated graduate student Jen, has a new bio. (Inexplicably, she rejected the intern-provided bio, which suggested, among other things, that she was a former fire fighter and kung fu instructor.)

This is Katie, in her own words:

Katie Rose lives in scenic Grand Haven, Michigan with her daughters Willow & Ginger. When not on nighttime walks or at the library, they love hanging out at home with their two goldfish, Tolstoy and Nemo Fishie.

Although acting is her true vocation, someone has to pay for the pricey upkeep and appetites of those damn, Katie occupies herself with various creative consulting/writing work and dubious business ventures.

Check out Katie Rose as 'Cindy' in The Dread alongside Ellen Sandweiss (of Evil Dead fame) and rising star Sally Pressman ('Roxie' on Lifetime's hit Army Wives). Most recently, Katie performed a lead role in Stick in the Mud, an independent short produced by One Story Pictures, slated for festivals in 2008.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

The Old News Page Admits Defeat

All right, folks. We're acknowledging our limitations. We're moving our news page over to a real blog site. What does this mean to you? First of all, we'll be putting our updates on the new blog instead of this page. That link is:

You'll want to subscribe to the new RSS feed on that page, too. Otherwise, you'll miss out on things like Ben's new bio (a real one, not written by a sarcastic production intern), more upcoming tech essays from Guy, and V.Z. Montengo explaining how he came up with the script.

The new blog is also easier to update (unless there are piranhas involved, it could hardly be more difficult). So if you're a member of the "Zorg and Andy" family and have a new project, let us know. "northanger (at)" That's us.

I'll repeat myself: please promote yourselves here. We love you. We want the world to love you, too.

Guy's been showing me big chunks of the movie with the audio mixed and the temp music tracks, and it makes we weep tears of joy. It reminded me again of what a great job you all did. Tears of joy, people.