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Saturday, July 18, 2009

Brice Kennedy: The Netflix Collection

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THE DA VINCI CURSE (filmed May 2005, released September 2037).


I'm on Netflix! While this isn't exactly anything new, I wanted to mention this here because a few people have told me their actor page on me doesn't list all the films they have o' mine so here are the individual links... oh and I also added links in the sidebar on the right to my pages on Netflix, Blockbuster, Fandango and AllMovieGuide as well as my IndieResourceGuide resume/headhot/reel page. Links-A-Plenty!

MAMA FLORA'S FAMILY (1998)

BLOOD RED PLANET (2000)

HELLGATE: THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED 2 (2001)

HOLLA! IF I KILL YOU (2003)

PETER ROTTENTAIL (2004)

RAZORTEETH (2005)

SPLATTER BEACH (2007)

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Michael Jackson (1958-2009)

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Michael Jackson. I don't usually get wrapped up in the celebrity stuff so I was caught off guard when I found myself crying over the past week or so. But I grew up listening to MJ both in the 80's and 90's and feel a somewhat of a connection through the music. I don't care what anyone says (and trust me when I say that it will be popular to say this from now on, but I've said it all along): I never believed Michael was guilty of anything other than being different thanks in part to a tragic childhood leading to an absolute alien-like experience of what we call life.

Discovering the genius melding of the rock and dance of "Beat It"... getting the MJ doll for Christmas... trying to incorporate the moonwalk into my breakdancing routine... getting scared out of my Pac-Man PJ's watching "Thriller"... my pal Bobby and I singing along to all 37 singles from "Bad"... watching the premiere of "Black or White" after THE SIMPSONS... honing my impersonation to the amusement of Jay and Ryan... flipping out at the awesomeness of "Scream"... I'm only now realizing how much these memories mean to me... and how many...

Thank you Michael. Rest in peace, my friend, for you have inspired millions.