Previously, I stated that I had posted the last of these pre-production photos by Betsy Lutes-Eadeh. Well, that'll teach ya to trust a ghoul. I seemed to have missed two more, including this one... even though it has been floating around on other websites. Notice that my portrait hasn't yet been added to the frame behind me.
The ballot for the 14th Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards is up at rondoaward.com!!! As usual, there are a slew of wonderfully horror-ific nominees that are worth familiarizing oneself with. I, for one, felt it was a great year for monster publications and I had a difficult time choosing who to vote for. Actually, I found myself in the same predicament in other categories... whew! But I enjoyed every minute of it. So have a blast voting for your favorites and discovering new contributors to our cherished world of HORRORS.
More pre-production test shots before we began filming the Sicko-Psychotic show. Having green fingers turned out to be quite awkward when you have to touch things all the time, so we changed the gloves. However, these fingerless gloves will still be used for the occasional episode, such as EP 3 when I have to dip my finger in the cooking pot and lick it. Don't ask... just watch....
Here's a scene from Season 1 Episode 1 "Something Sick & Twisted This Way Comes". Sicko-Psychotic and Silky Harlot just moved into the Sick-Shack, murdered the previous tenant, and trapped his soul inside a camera obscura. Cameo, of course, is not happy about this. Nor does he relish having to project horror films for Sicko's amusement. Furthermore, Sicko begins to suspect that Cameo has a dark secret.
Here is the original opening to "SICKO-PSYCHOTIC." It was created and designed by Jim Childs & Betsy Lutes-Eadeh. The Sicko-Psychotic Opening Theme was composed and performed by Jerome P. Eadeh and features Thelma Carter as the ZOMBIE and Cat Vegas as the WITCH.