Sunday, January 1, 2017

The Strange Case of William Pattison and Katheen Wilhoite

The Strange Story of William Pattison and Kathleen Wihoite.
Kathleen Wilhoite
Kathleen Wilhoite soul mate of William Pattison art by William Pattison


So why am I writing about William Pattison aka Eric Morse again? He's taken enough of my time, and enough space on my blog. But he just won't go away, and honestly he's a fascinating character. There are tons of memes, parody’s and even the very informative Devour My Footlong blog. William likes to attack it because of the humorous name, and more lite hearted approach, but don;t let that fool you. It's a serious work that is backed up by facts. That is something William is incapable of doing, backing up anything with facts. But anyway, with all the humor and trolling, I thought there needs to be a completely serious look at one of William's more disturbing claims. His relationship with his soulmate, actress Kathleen Wilhoite

uncomfortable cover of the Traveler by William Pattison
A familiar face on the cover of William Pattison's novel The Traveler. Is that Kathleen Wilhoite? Is that supposed to be William


Horror fans may remember Kathleen from the cult film Witchboard. She's a working actress with a huge list of credits, as well as being a singer /songwiter. Also, if you listen to William, she is his ex-girlfriend and “soulmate.” William has been questioned by his trolls and he refuses to even mention the subject. So let's mention it here and expose William's claims and why they aren't true, and why we should care.

When I first discovered William Pattison he was begging people to harass Reyna Young about appearing at her convention. He was his usual loud, egotistical self. Droning about his importance to the Friday the 13th franchise and comparing himself to Harlan Ellison. He was such a character I immediately took interest and visited his Facebook page. I followed him surreptitiously for quite a while, laughing at his antics, without commenting, of course eventually I felt the need to defend someone he was attacking and quickly got the “claws” aka blocked. But before then I noticed that he was friends with Kathleen as he regularly promoted her concert appearances.

So I assumed they were friends. He called her his good friend, At this time I didn't know exactly how “unbalanced” William was. I took a lot of what he said for granted. This was probably around 2012. He was a writer from California, maybe he had a famous friend.


It was a couple years later when I came across the facebook page of Jordan Mollar, one of his former friends. A private investigator, who claimed to be a private investigator. He posted that William had made a fake facebook page to stalk her pretend girlfriend Kathleen Wilhoite. Wait a minute..... This was when I first took note that Willie was more than just a loud asshole who liked to block people. This took interest so I started digging. I re read his blog and found references to his former girlfriend “K” who's name he never spelled out. Why can't you say your girlfriends name? Unless it's pretend and you don’t want her to find out.

William Pattison and Kathleen Wilhoite

William Pattison
Public Facebook posts from a former friend of William Pattison


Then I found the first bit of real evidence, A comment on his blog from “Zarabeth McGhee” from Google +. The commenter claimed to be a long time close friend of William. She defended him from people who criticized him, and insulted Michelle Shields, and strangely, she wrote in the same style as William. Even stranger, the name “Zarabeth McGhee” combined Kathleen's name from Witchboard, and her name from another film. Really suspicious, but no smoking gun. It could have been anyone, including Kathleen herself. But to me there was no doubt that this was William, creating a fake account to pretend he had a girlfriend, and even scarier, carrying on online conversations with this fake account.

I found out later I wasn't the first person to call out the Zarabeth account, even before Jordan, by a Youtuber. He had noted the similarities between William and Zarabeth and called him. He reportedly even contacted Kathleen and she deleted William from her Facebook. Now this I have no solid proof of, I have not been able to locate the Youtuber and attempts to contact Kathleen have been unsuccessful. So a lot of circumstantial evidence is turning up, but still nothing concrete. It's getting convoluted, but still it could be explained away. Maybe they were friends, maybe it was her, or a fan of hers on the Google plus, unlikely, but possible. And maybe the “K” he's referencing isn't Kathleen...but hold on. That smoking gun is coming.

But before we go deeper, let's hear William's story about his great love affair with “K”. William details his great love for “K” with the most detail on one of his Valentines Day Podcast. He hosts the show as his persona “The Night Caller”. William starts out bemoaning the fact he has no love, but at one time dear listeners, he had a great love. Her name was “K”, and she was his soulmate. However he lost K. How did this great affair come to an end? “K decided to go to Europe. During this time William's house burned down. K returning home assumed he was dead, and went on with her life. Five years later, they reconnected, but she was “involved” with a man and pregnant with her child. The rekindled their friendship but her jealous boyfriend refused to let them talk so she created the “zarabeth” account to continue talking to her true love. This continued till a “misunderstanding” drove them apart.

Over the years he has added little detials, like how a neighbor told “K” he was dead. How on a special birthday she had bought him KFC for a picnic How “K”'s husband was abusive, but K was loyal and he, William, was no home wrecker. He even stated once that even though she was his soul mate he never though of her in a sexual manner

All of this on it's own sounds fake as hell. It sounds like the fantasy of a fourteen year old high schooler who has never got laid. Now it's true, young girls do go off to Europe, leaving their boyfriends behind, but it isn't that common outside of the movies. But to go to Europe, leave your boyfriend behind, and not call? Not keep in touch. The you come home and some one tell you he died and you just move on? No call to the hospital, no visiting his grave site? Not even checking the obituaries? Contacting his family? I'm sorry but that's beyond improbable, that's unbelievable. Add to that apparently William never tried to contact her. “Honey, my house burned down, but I'm OK”. Even more in 1994 William had written and had published four Friday the 13th novels. You don't call your girlfriend and tell her that you are now a published author? We know this happened at roughly the same time because according to William it took two years to repair his house and they moved back in in 1996. He has also stated he lost a lot of his contracts and manuscripts in the fire.

So we have a completely improbably story of how their relationship ended. We also have a story, once again told by William, of his attempt to celebrate publishing his books by asking out a co-worker. Now William uses the above story as for how his relationship with “K” ended, which means he was attempting to cheat on his soul mate when he asked out Nikki Malia. The same Nikki whose name he has tattooed on his arm. We are left with a couple choices. William is unfaithful, the “K” story never happened, or the Nikki Story never happened, or maybe some mix of all three

Now originally I believed parts of the K story were real, Like I said, before I knew how crazy he was. I took his stories at face value. After I found the note by Jordan I started to connect “K” and Kathleen. Then I started to investigate, and was sent a facebook message where William calls his great love by her full name. In the message he says that he once dated Kathleen Wilhoite. He claims to have helped her create the Zarabeth character in Witchboard, giving her the iconic TTFN, and helping her select her wardrobe. He even claims he helped director Kevin Tenney direct the film.












The above screenshots were provided to me for this blog. In them William Pattison claims to have helped  dated Kathleen Wilhoite and helped her develop her character

So to be through I checked IMDB, and William is listed no where on the credits of Witchboard. Then an associate contacted Kevin Tenney, who confirmed that William had nothing to do with directing Witchboard, with the dialogue for Zarabeth or her wardrobe. He also said he had no idea if William and Kathleen were dating. That is William caught in a direct lie. Just like he was caught lying about his relationship with Harlan Ellison, just like he was caught lying about writing Star Trek.


These screen caps provided by Billy Jack. They contain the reply of director Kevin Tenney


Now we have connected “K” and Kathleen, we have also established that William lies frequently. SO let's take all the hints and various posts, and put together a time line.


William claims to have met Kathleen Wilhoite before filming began for Witchboard. Witchboard was released in 1986. William has claimed he met her when she was doing publicity for Murphy's Law. However Murphy's Law was released in April 1986, and you would think most of the publicity would be after and just prior to release. This causes a problem in his story because even though Witchbard was released in December of 1986 (limited) it was filmed in 1985. So it's not impossible to believe they met, but unlikely.

Now at the time they “met” Kathleen was a working actress,living in San Bernadino, and William was a stock boy in the Bay area. No offense to stock boys but that's a stretch. Still not impossible that an overweight stock boy from Sam Mateo could being a ten year relationship with a young, but already successful actress.

So they meet in 1985-1986. William helps her develop her character in 1985, and despite being a young stock boy from San Mateo he is allowed to help direct a feature film. From 1985 till 1994 nothing worth talking about happens in their relationship beyond a picnic with KFC. Nothing, no special anniversaries, no Christmas’s together, no more movie work that I can see. Not till she leaves for Europe at some unnamed date, that we have to assume was around 1994. She had to be back before 1996 or his house would have been rebuilt and he would have been living there.

In 1994, William writes and publishes four novels and his house burns down. Kathleen is apparently in Europe, even though IMDB shows her working steadily in Hollywood, in both films and TV.

Sometime between 1994 and 1996 Kathleen returns from Europe to hear her soul mate is dead. Oh well, no need to verify that, on to the next one.

Five years later Willie and Kathleen reconnect. She is now pregnant and involved with the child's father. However Kathleen was married in 1997 to David Harte. Five years from 1996 is 2001, five from 1994 is 1999. So was she involved or married? I couldn’t easily find a lot of information about her kids, and with stalkers like Willie, it's probably for the best.

In 2012 he was Facebook friends with Kathleen, although it appears she blocked him by mid year. Or was this William's fake profile of her. I tend to think they were Facebook friends for a while but recent photos make me think he was also operating a fake profile that he friended, beyond the Zarabeth profiles.

In January 2013 the fake Zarabeth account is posting on Williams blog.

In May of 2013 Jordan Mollar, a former friend of William's has figured out the truth and outed him on Facebook.

So by now, I think anyone with any common sense will decide that William Pattison never dated Kathleen Wilhoite. All of his stories about her are either lies, or highly suspect, So why should anyone care? It's just harmless fantasy from a loser guy who never got his break. The reason I care is that it's more than harmless fantasy. If it was just a lie about a girlfriend, that's something a lot of people have done. William, however goes to a whole new level of crazy. He has obsessed over Kathleen since at least 2000. He has a tattoo of “Kathleen” on his back. He claims he had a “beloved jeep” named Kathleen, He has even named his laptop Kathleen. He has went on podcast and claimed David Harte is an abusive husband, basically keeping Kathleen prisoner. This is not the actions of a sane man. This is the actions of a stalker.
Creepy Kathleen Wilhoite tattoo on William Pattison's back
A misspelled tattoo of Kathleen and her birth year on William Pattison's back


To make it worse William has friends who are acting as enablers. People who could attempt to get him help. People like Derek Young, who support his lies, even when given proof, versus getting him help. William surrounds himself with people who never criticize him or call him out on his lies. I think if it weren’t for his physical issues such as his extreme weight problem, and bad feet, he would be a legitimate danger. This wouldn't be the first time an actress was stalked by a fan and it had a bad ending.
Here he even claims he based his pen name on the street where Kathleen supposedly lived. Stalker enough for you now?



I have been debating writing this for a while. I have had run ins with William in the past but have tried to avoid him over the last year or so. Still I recently was sent word he is still talking about me, threatening to file charges against me for stalking, bullying and even identity theft. He has posted lies about me all over the internet, while crying that he is the victim. Everything I have posted here is directly from William, Kevin Tenney, or Jordan Mollar


Last I leave you with this. A screen shot where William claims Kathleen Wilhote gave him "B roll
 from her film A Color of Night.  He then used that footage to make a music video for a song he wrote for Wayne Goulden. The song Nikki Tears Her World Apart, which he wrote about the girl he intended to cheat on Kathleen with...The girl whos name he has on his other tattoo. Now tell me that isn't creepy in itself. Thing is, this isn't B roll. I haven't seen A Color of Night since it was first released but I have on good authority that is the opening credits scene. William filmed it off his television, zoomed in to crop out the credits. That's copyright infringement on it's own. If he did get the film from Kathleen he is implicating her in the crime, as she doesn't own the copyright and can not give it to him to use in a monetized video
Nikki Tears Her World AApart


Nikki Tears Her World Apart with Stolen video

So that's it. If you can read this and still support William Pattison something is wrong. Kathleen is only one of a good half dozen women he has stalked and harassed. If you know him get him help. Stalking is nothing to laugh at

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Don't Breathe (2016)

Blind guy from Don't Breathe
Blind but far from helpless in Don't Breathe




It's hard to attack a movie like Don't Breathe. It's a big screen, R rated horror movie that's doing gang buster business at the box office. OK maybe not so hard as I have seen reviews attacking it. Negative reviews based on the sexual abuse sub-plot and it lack of scares and tension. I went in hoping to be able to defend it against the anti- rape sentiment that is cascading through the horror community. I guess I should state at this point that I am not, in any way, pro-rape. However I also feel a horror movie should be about horror, and if a rape scene is necessary for the story, it should happen. Like all things care should be taken that it's not gratuitous and unnecessary.


So I went in to Don't Breathe hopeful. Riding high on some positive reviews of people I trusted. Reviews that the film was a taut, suspenseful ride, if not really scary. The basic plot was interesting, and held some promise. A group of kids break into a house attempting to rob it, only to find themselves trapped inside. Trapped and hunted by a blind man with murderous intent. It was a great set up actually. Turning the tables on movies with a blind victim stalked by home invaders such as the classic Wait Until Dark. 
Don't Breathe Movie poster and review
Don't Breathe movie poster

However, as is often the case, reality is far removed from promise. Sadly it was a great set up mostly wasted, and I have a hard time defending it, or defending the inclusion of the rape scene. I wont attack it to hard, because there was a couple good points to the film. They were minor points, and while I have a hard time saying I enjoyed Don't Breathe, I don’t hate it. It just wasn't anything special, which is a shame for a movie doing so well.

So on to those good points. Stephen Lang was a good point. I thought he was great as the blind antagonist. I just think the character wasn't well written or thought out. He had potential and Lang did what he could to bring it out. But whereas he could have been a strong malevolent force, or alternatively a sympathetic character gone bad, it seemed the writers couldn't decide and tried to split the difference. There was also such variance in his abilities. He can bounce all around his house, reacting or over reacting to the slightest sound. At other times he can't hear footfalls, or his potential victims talking. Even his lack of eye sight seems to vary. Is he blind? It appears so at times. Other times he seems to have some blurry vision. I still say Lang gave it his best but he couldn't salvage the character. So instead of a imposing Zatoichi, we get a limp ass Daredevil.

The other thing that impressed me, with no reservations was the setting. Don't Breathe showed Detroit in it's festering decay. It avoided the easy route of showing deteriorating urban vistas and grand violence. Instead it showed us what appeared to be sub urban homes fallen into decay. It shocked me to think an American city could look like this. Homes, that might once have been nice, even expensive homes being reclaimed by nature. It looks like we are witnessing what will one day become ancient ruins right in front of our eyes. From friends who live in Michigan, Don't Breathe presented a realistic picture of Detroit. My last point is spoilerish so I'll leave till the end.

On to the bad. It's true what they said. The people who hated it. Don't Breathe just isn't scary. However it isn't true that it's a suspenseful ride. It just never put me on edge. Never made me feel claustrophobic. There are so many films that got this right. The Descent, the end scenes of Silence of the Lambs, even the low budget Crawl or Die. The scenes of the protagonists fleeing in the trapped house were just to few and far between. More time should have been spent hiding, slowly creeping, trying not to make a sound.

And there was just too much sound. Ambient sound from the score, people talking, it was just too much. This film should have taken a clue from The Witch and had long moments of absolute silence. Then every sound would have been amplified, and shocking. Watch the end of the wonderful Tombs of the Blind Dead. Listen as the woman hides from the blind dead, being completely silent until we hear the sound of her heart, beating louder and louder as the dead moved toward her. That was fucking tension. That was fucking horror.

Now the rape scene, and ***Spoiler alert***there was no actual rape. A sexual assault/rape was planned but did not happen. There was a rape perpetuated but it was off screen, before the events of the film. Now I feel, personal opinion, that a rape can be used in a horror film, just as much as a murder, decapitation, disembowelment or immolation. Yes, it's a bad thing, but bad people in horror movies do bad things. In Don't Breathe though, the scene just interrupts from what we want to see, from what we paid to see, which is a bad ass blind man hunting down people who invaded his home.

What was this sub plot meant to do anyway? Was it to make him more of a monster? Or to attempt some amount of sympathy for him? It did neither. All the subplot managed to do was make our already barely likeable protagonists even less likeable. Why not leave the sub plot off. Allow the antagonist to be a more sympathetic character. A victim of a home invasion by morally ambiguous characters. Just a sad, man who snaps and goes nuclear on a group of kids. Or just make him a horrible, irredeemable character. It tried to hold the middle ground and it lost it all. Even the line “I'm not a rapist”, is that supposed to illicit sympathy? Make him look not quite so bad? It fucking failed miserably. If anything it made him look like a sick fuck and a pussy. Freddy Kruger never tries to justify what he does.

The protagonists themselves are not easily likeable. That's OK with me. I don’t have to like characters to feel or them, or to enjoy them as leads in a movie. I can even dig a movie with a sympathetic villain and unlikeable heroes if it's done right. The problem here is the characters are so typical. You know almost from the beginning who is going to live and die. Honestly if you have ever seen a handful of horror movies you should know exactly in what order they will bite it. If you have seen Don't Breathe, raise your hand if you called it. There's money the tough guy, packing heat gangsta wanna be (G-Money!!! Holla) who wants to escape Detroit, his girlfriend Rocky, who's in an abusive family and wants to escape with her younger sister, and Alex, the nerd who goes along on the robberies because of his hopeless crush on Rocky. OK even if you haven't seen Don't Breathe, raise your hand if you called it. BTW cheap ass low blow opening the film with a scene late in the movie to try and trick your audience Fede.

Still even with unlikeable characters this could have been a hit. Scrap the hostage/rape subplot and dedicate the majority of the running time to the characters running and fighting for their lives. Turn up that claustrophobia by using narrow hallways and basements, limited lighting and very sparse sounds. Scare the shit out of your audience every time you hear a foot scrape on the floor. Imagine ten minutes of silence, broke by a sudden small sound amplified out the ass. It's horror, be fucking scary.

The last thing I will say is I liked the final scene. OK I liked parts of the final scene and I have to spoil it so, look away Martha!!!! ***Spoiler alert***
At the end when we find out the bad blind guy isn’t dead (can you spell “sequel” kiddos?), Rocky makes the decision to get on the train and go on to her new life. Totally morally bad, no heroic ending that worked for me. To many times the average Joe, instead of making good on his escape goes back to be a hero. I just rarely find that believable. Rocky knows by keeping his secret, by walking away, he will probably kidnap and rape/not rape another girl. She knows and shes willing to live with that to escape with her sister. Of course in the sequel, the blind dude will probably fly to Cali and track her down, build a trap house and YAWWWWWWNNNN, make millions.


Don't Breathe was directed by Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead), and stars Jane Levy (Evil Dead), Dylan Minette (Goosebumps), Daniel Zovatto (It Follows), and Stephen Lang (Tombstone). Sadly I can only muster a limp 4 out of ten stars for Don't Breathe



Sunday, November 6, 2016

In the Dark with Satan

Satan by Walter Sablotney
Satan by Walter Sablotney




This week we have a very special episode of In the Dark with a very special guest. No movie star or model but the devil himself, Lucifer, Satan, has granted us an exclusive interview. In we talk about his music career, his favorite films. We also broach the subject of Ozzy Osbourne and the paternity test from hell. A slight detour into the presidential campaign of hell, and even the church of satan. You don't want to miss it, our guest night take it personally! Along the way we take a few calls, answer some viewer mail email. We get right into it after some devil music. Special thanks to Walter Sablotny III for the use of some awesome artwork



It's all in good fun, so no Sound guy Willie....or is there? You never know when the worlds most unfamous sound guy, janitor, fan fiction writer and all around asshole might show up. It's a short show so short show notes. So remember kiddies, say your prayers, eat your veggies and go to church on Sunday or the Devil might be a guest on your podcast



This was a bit of an experimental podcast. I am a self taught podcaster, but I do owe a debt of gratitude to William Bozarth for tips on content and encouragement as well as to Dean Charles aka Dr. Blood for technical help as well as inspiring me to “work on the content, and the audience will come” paraphrased. Recording over the skype connection caused issues so I decided to try a solo podcast (of sorts). It was physically daunting with the equipment I have. That equipment being a laptop a microphone and a copy of audacity. And not enough free time! Still it was accomplished. Is it good? That is up for you to decide, not me. It's all in good fun and no animosity is aimed at anyone. I hope you enjoy and please feel free to leave non-spambot feedback in the comments

Monday, October 31, 2016

In The Dark with Elizabeth Mears





It's the Halloween episode of In The Dark podcast with Lord Dixie and special guest Lizzie Mears. Elizabeth Lizzie Mears is an actress best know for her role as the bitchy Janet on the comedy horror film Dollface, otherwise known as Dorchester's Revenge: The Return of Crinoline Head. Elizabeth can alsoo be seen in the new supernatural horror film Family Possessions. Family Possessions also stars In The Dark guest Leah Wiseman, Jason Vail, Mark Patton and Felissa Rose. It is making the convention and festival circuit and we will let you know when it has a DVD or VoD release.
In the Dark with Elizabeth Mears
Elizabeth Mears from Family Possessions

Lizzie answers questions about Family Possessions and Dollface, as well about acting with Leah and with director Tommy Faircloth. Lord Dixie and her also talk about the fun of film festivals and discuss Elizabeth Mears other film and Television work.

Then since it is Halloween the show gets a little spooky when they take call ins to the show. But wait, who calls in to a pre-recorded call? It is Halloween but that's a bit strange regardless. Never the less for good or bad Lord Dixie and Elizabeth take a handful of spooky calls before taking a short break.

After a thirty second break to get over the weirdness, since I over used spookiness already, the show comes back for a game of lightening round. Ten questions in rapid fire succession while Lizzie answers them off the top of her head! No time to think, no lifeline and you can't phone a friend! Not even Carl can saver her now! After the questions, the laughter subsides and there isn't a dry eye in the house as we say goodbye to Elizabeth. Well ok maybe it wasn't a tearful good bye, and we do hope to have Lizzie back on soon. And don't forget to check out Dollface and FamilyPossessions.
The beautiful and sexy Elizabeth Mears
The Beautiful Elizabeth Mears from Dollface and Family Possessions



There were some audio problems, found after the show that simply did not appear until the recording was being parsed. They were edited as best as possible by the deadline to ger the show posted. I apologize as it is definitely our goal to provide a good quality product, both in content and technical quality

Sunday, October 23, 2016

In the Dark with LadyAslan






Anitra de Lorenzo aka LadyAslan
Anitra de Lorenzo aka LadyAslan is In the Dark



After a week off, In the Dark returns with our very special guest, LadyAslan herself, Anitra De Lorenzo. The intention of the show was to focus on the writings of Anitra but we quickly, and predictably go off course. But that's OK we do get to know her and find out a lot about her. She has lead an adventuresome life, traveling and experiencing what life has to offer. Unfortunately experiencing life often leads you into the path of trolls, stalkers and bullies. We discuss this in a sometimes serious, sometimes lite hearted way, sippy sippy. Yes the elephant in the room (in San Mateo) does get brought up and discussed at length. Realistically there was no way that Anitra and I could talk about entertainment, writing and bullying without bringing up Mr. Fan Fiction. This was a long show as Anitra is a dear friend and we could talk for ages.

LadyAslan In the Dark
LadyAslan author of Lipstick and Absinthe joins Lord Dixie In the Dark



There is also the usual tom foolery, with completely inappropriate behavior by Plumber Willie, who at one point attempts to commander the show. I wont have none of that and he was swiftly put back in his place. The dumpster that is. We also have a very special opening musical intro by Rim Wipe, titled Itchy Dixie,which is wildly appropriate for this show. A big thank you goes out to Dani Carnage and Rimwipe for allowing us to use their song. Please go here and show them lots of love and support. You will enjoy yourself in the process. And of course you can go here to learn more about the lovely and talented Ladyaslan aka Anitra. To all the baby bats #babybats, that tune in, thank you in advance and I'm sorry for what you hear lol. That wraps up this session of show notes, prepare for a Halloween show next week!!!

Sunday, October 2, 2016

In the Dark with Victoria De Mare



Victoria De Mare
Victoria De Mare is In the Dark






We are back with another episode of Inthe Dark, this week with special guest Victoria De Mare. That's right, the lovely actress Victoria De Mare. Victoria stars as the demonic clown Batty Boop in the Killjoy series of movies from Charles Band's Full Moon Films. De Mare makes her first appearance as Batty in Killjoy 3 and her popularity lead to her reprising the role in the next two films, including the upcoming Killjoy Psycho Circus. There are a lot of stories of creepy clowns, but Batty could lure me into the woods any day!

The show opens with sad news from the sea of Japan regarding Sound Guy Willie. Ok maybe not so sad, it is Sound Guy Willie we are talking about. If you don't find Willie funny, well you probably just have good taste. But it's a short bit before we flush Willie away and get on to the lovely Victoria De Mare. Special shout out to Zombie XXX, as we reprise the opening tune they wrote for Dead Sexy Radio, during a quick break before we bring on Victoria De Mare.

Victoria De Mare naked with gun
In the Dark with Victoria De Mare


Then it's on to Victoria. We talk about her career, in movies as well as her musical career. Victoria also talks about her training in dance and her IMDB which lists 91 film roles and she assures us it is far from up to date. Besides her female lead role in the Killjoy series, she has also appeared in small roles in the Amazon Prime series Bosch, as well as a scene in the hit superhero movie Deadpool. Yes that Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds. We also take a few minutes to talk about the phenomena of creepy clowns that is apparently plaguing America. Are we facing a clown apocalypse? Or are people just really stupid? I know how I'm voting on that one.


All things end, and so does this episode, as we sign off to this episode of In the Dark and say good bye to our guest Victoria De Mare.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

In the Dark with Hannah Elizabeth Smith

Hannah Elizabeth Smith of Baphomet
Hannah Elizabeth Smith star of Baphomet





Welcome back to the long over due second episode of In the Dark. Yes it has been a while but your ever loveable Lord Dixie is back with another episode. This week Dixie aka Allen is joined by special guest Hannah Elizabeth Smith. Hannah is a young, upcoming actor of both stage and screen from North Carolina. She has played the role of Carrie White in Carrie the musical, and Lady McBeth on stage. She is also the lead in the upcoming horror movie Baphomet. If you haven't been paying attention, Baphomet is the story of Hannah (played by Hannah Elizabeth Smith), a beautiful, sociopathic serial killer prowling the East Coast for victims. The project is still in the fund raising stage if you want to help out go here.



Lord Dixie even did a small write up for House of Tortured Souls, but Hannah will give us even more of the low down on the project. We will also talk about her other projects past, present and future, especially her role as Carrie White and upcoming Average Joe. Along with all this Hannah fills us in a bit on the state of the film industry in North Carolina after the loss of the tax incentives for film makers. Then the conversation turns south as they tackle the subject of the dick pic. What is the reasoning and logic of the dick pic? You might find out, or you might just shake your head.


Sadly the episode begins with the unwarranted and unwanted return of Sound Guy Willie. Who out there doesn't love Willie? Almost everyone apparently, Still he's back for his own brand of un-funny comedy. Still what can you do? We couldn't find a better bit in time for the show. It's OK if you just skip over him, we all want to skip past him.


But enjoy the conversation with Hannah Elizabeth Smith and keep an eye out for Baphomet.