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Monday, August 30, 2010

The Bubble Bug


Here's a little vector illustration for yall. I like it. It's super-simple. Maybe a monster for kids?--I don't know, whateva.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

I'm slipping away…

…reality has lost its appeal. In other news I will have a sketch posted soon--promise--and by soon I mean sometime this week. I found the box with my art supplies.

Friday, August 20, 2010

GET OFF MY PORCH named INDIEFLIX OFFICIAL SELECTION of the 2010 BONEBAT “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST

Redmond, WA. August 19th, 2010
THE BONEBAT SHOW'S “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST is proud to announce the that short GET OFF MY PORCH from director Patrick Rea, Producer Ryan S. Jones and SenoReality Pictures/Free State Studios, has been named the IndieFlix Official Selection of this first ever evening of movies, shorts and live music, to take place in Redmond, WA on September 2, 2010.

The 2010 short film GET OFF MY PORCH, shot on location in Kansas, and which stars stand-up comedian Brad Meehan, Katherine McNamara, and Andrea Strickler, and features an original score from Harry Mandfredini of Friday the 13th series fame, will be screened with the following previously announced short films during the inaugural six hour event, sponsored by the internet film showcase IndieFlix.

SHORT FILM OFFICIAL SELECTIONS
"Death In Charge", Deviant Films. Devi Snively, Director
"Eelgirl", Chameleon Pictures Paul Campion, Director
The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon", Critical Pictures Richard Gale, Director
"How My Dad Killed Dracula", TellTale Productions Sky Soleil, Director
"Jones' Cheap Ass Prepaid Legal and Daycare Academy", Big Dog Eat Child Matthew Witkus, Director
"Land of the Heads", National Film Board of Canada Cedric Louis/Claude Barras, Director
"Pixels", One More Production Patrick Jean, Director
"Murder Baby", Grumpy Panda Peter Podgursky, Director
"Santa: The Fascist Years", Plymptoons Bill Plympton, Director
"Spider", Blue Tongue Films Nash Edgerton, Director
"Treevenge", Yer Dead Productions, Inc. Jason Eisener , Director

Additionally, highlighting the evening's entertainment will be the features THE LAST LOVECRAFT: RELIC OF CTHULHU from director Henry Saine, writer Devin McGinn, and Outlaw Films, and DOGHOUSE, the 2009 UK zombie film from director Jake West and Carnaby/IFC Films, both in their Seattle big screen premieres!

The "Comedy of Horrors" Film Fest, to be hosted by Steve and Gord of THE BONEBAT SHOW podcast, will take place Thursday, September 2, 2010 from 6:00 pm to midnight at the Big Picture Theater in Redmond, WA. The Film Fest will include two feature films, two blocks of short films, prizes galore, and a 30-minute set of live music from the Seattle progressive metal act BAREFOOT BARNACLE.

The Big Picture Theater is a beautiful, intimate, state of the art venue with a full bar, so attendees must be 21 and over.

Tickets are $24 in advance, $28 after August 13th, and can be purchased now via at http://www.bonehand.com/bonebatff.html.

THE BONEBAT FILM FEST is sponsored by Mac and Jack's Brewery, Flying Saucer Pizza, Scarecrow Video, Comic Stop, Games and Gizmos, Stocker Farms Field of Screams, GT Printing Equipment, and IndieFlix.

THE BONEBAT SHOW is a tri-weekly comedy and pop culture podcast which features independent music. The show is hosted by Steve Holetz and cartoonist G J Caulkins of www.mightywombat.com, and has been airing every three weeks since September 2007, and has just released their 50th episode. The 2009 Podcast award nominee can be found at www.bonehand.com/bonebat.html.

For additional information about the festival, or to buy tickets, please visit http://www.bonehand.com/bonebatff.html

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Undead in the Head interviews...ME?! Yup.

So go on over there and read the interview and drop a comment. Also, while you're there read some of the neato reviews on all books of the undead variety. http://www.undeadinthehead.com/

Friday, August 6, 2010

Undead in the Head reviews Stay Dead: The Stranger & Tunnel Rats

Lyle-Perez Tinics was kind enough to review Stay Dead: The Stranger & Tunnel Rats on his radical review site Undead in the Head. The review is mixed, hating The Stranger and enjoying Tunnel Rats but overall I feel its a positive review, so go check it out and leave him a comment or two with your thoughts.

Here's the link to the review.

Monday, August 2, 2010

The 2010 “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST

THE BONEBAT SHOW announces Official Selections for the 2010 “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST

Redmond, WA. August 2nd, 2010 – THE BONEBAT SHOW'S “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST is proud to announce their Official Selections for their first ever evening of movies, shorts and live music, to take place in Redmond on September 2, 2010.

The Official Selections are:

SHORTS
"Death In Charge", Deviant Films. Devi Snively, Director
"Eelgirl", Chameleon Pictures Paul Campion, Director
The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon", Critical Pictures Richard Gale, Director
"How My Dad Killed Dracula", TellTale Productions Sky Soleil, Director
"Jones' Cheap Ass Prepaid Legal and Daycare Academy", Big Dog Eat Child Matthew Witkus, Director
"Land of the Heads", National Film Board of Canada Cedric Louis/Claude Barras, Director
"Pixels", One More Production Patrick Jean, Director
"Murder Baby", Grumpy Panda Peter Podgursky, Director
"Santa: The Fascist Years", Plymptoons Bill Plympton, Director
"Spider", Blue Tongue Films Nash Edgerton, Director
"Treevenge", Yer Dead Productions, Inc. Jason Eisener , Director

In addition to the above shorts, the evenings viewing will be highlighted by the Seattle premiere of DOGHOUSE, the 2009 UK zombie feature from director Jake West and IFC Films!

Also screening at the fest will be the winner of the BoneBat Online Competition hosted by IndieFlix, a second feature to be named mid-August, and a few incredible surprises!

The "Comedy of Horrors" Film Fest, to be hosted by Steve and Gord of THE BONEBAT SHOW podcast, will take place Thursday, September 2, 2010 from 6:00 pm to midnight at the Big Picture Theater in Redmond, WA. The Film Fest will include two feature films, two blocks of short films, prizes galore, and a 30 minute set of live music from the Seattle progressive metal act BAREFOOT BARNACLE.

The Big Picture Theater is a beautiful, intimate, state of the art venue with a full bar, so attendees must be 21 and over. Tickets are on sale now at www.bonehand.com.

THE BONEBAT FILM FEST is sponsored by Mac and Jack's Brewery, Flying Saucer Pizza, Scarecrow Video, Comic Stop, Games and Gizmos, Stocker Farms Field of Screams, GT Printing Equipment, and IndieFlix.

THE BONEBAT SHOW is a tri-weekly comedy and pop culture podcast which features independent music. The show is hosted by Steve Holetz and cartoonist G J Caulkins of www.mightywombat.com, and has been airing every three weeks since September 2007, and has just released their 50th episode. The 2009 Podcast award nominee can be found at www.bonehand.com/bonebat.html.

For additional information about the festival, or to buy tickets, please visit http://www.bonehand.com/bonebatff.html
Interviews are available. Please direct publicity inquiries and interview requests to steve@bonehand.com or (425)753-3828.