Saturday, June 06, 2009


US uber-dude film-director Jayson Densman's latest film "Party Girl" is currently in pre-production and all sorts of cool n crazy stuff has been flying in n out of the mail-box over the last few weeks. It's been an amazing thing watching Jayson and his pals at X1/Tapestry turning Dustin LaValley's script and initial concept into reality. Creepy-looking locations n locales have been scouted n secured; a cast and crew assembled; a title sequence spliced together and assorted concepts, visuals, test-shoots n fx-gags have been flying around the ether. An albino python somehow got involved along the way.

Kek's been helping out with some soundtrack-related stuff and, well, the experience has been a total blast. Despite being stuck in the UK several thousand miles away from the main action, Jayson's really made Kek feel part of the team. Thanks, man.

Things shift up a few notches in July when the main shoot gets underway. They've been trying to lure Kek over to Dallas so they can brutally murder him in an abandoned industrial unit. I think Dustin L and Bizarro writer/editor John Edward Lawson have been similarly threatened w/ a grisly end and an unmarked desert grave. Suckers!

The film is due to open in the 42nd Street of yr mind sometime later this year. You'll be hearing a lot more about it on this blog, along w/ a piece on Jayson's last film "EGG" which was an extremely cool collaboration with writer Jeremy C Shipp.

Here's a taster of things to come:


At 6:59 pm, Blogger jaysondensman said...

Thanks for the posting!

Today, myself, Candace and the victims are gathering at a scray place...Evil John's house. Never been there, but I can can only speculate on the nightmarish Things hanging about. We are physically working out all the kill gags and scheduling. Most folks attend church on Sunday, we plot murders.

At 7:14 pm, Blogger I am not Kek-w said...


Evil John's House: the HQ of Contempo Texan Gore-Gags. Blood-squibs in the tea-pot, I bet.

Don't eat the sausages!

At 5:26 pm, Blogger dagwood said...

I was ther with the "dead girl"
it was a righteous thang to be a part of and keep it all on the side, the edge of life is the best all!


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