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“CASK” Trailer and updates

by on Jul.08, 2009, under Uncategorized

“CASK” Trailer and updates

Score currently being composed by German artist Aspectee.

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CASK Poster

by on Jun.05, 2009, under Uncategorized


CASK Poster by Luis Torruella

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by on Apr.23, 2009, under Uncategorized

“CASK” – Post production has resumed on this project.¬† ADR needs to be recorded in NY with Andy.

“Trilogy of Blood” – Post production has resumed on this project, stay tuned for a trailer in the near future.

“Midnight Marquee” – Will be released after some ADR syncing and art work is completed.

“The Cartwheel Bastards” – We have shot some promotional footage for the website¬†and are producing 3 sketches as well.

“Ruckus Productions Presents” – Pilot airing this May on Comcast Channel 19 in Carroll County, MD.

“Uniontown” – Top Secret

Stay tuned for more updates!

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Post production work on “CASK” resumes!

by on Apr.18, 2009, under Uncategorized


Heres some pics of Josh doing some voiceover work

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Josh Snowden, star of CASK, is starring in BUG.

by on Apr.16, 2009, under Uncategorized


Josh Snowden, star of CASK, is starring in BUG.

This is a great play go check it out!

The play opens this Friday at 8pm and runs three weekends at Fells Point Corner Theatre on South Anne St. in Baltimore, runs about two hours with intermission, $17/ticket except for Thursday April 30th which is $10/ticket (cheap night).

Here’s the link to the website:

April 17 – May 3, 2009
Playwright: Tracy Letts
Director: Barry Feinstein

Cast: Kate McKenna, Josh Snowden, Bobby DeAngelo, Jordan Siegel, Steve Lichtenstein, Sarah Aboufasha
A drug addled cocktail waitress. An ex-con ex-husband. A lesbian biker. A handsome drifter. They all come together in a seedy motel room outside Oklahoma City in this dark comedy from the Pulitzer Prize winning playright, Tracy Letts.

Love, paranoia, and government conspiracy drive this thought-provoking psycho-thriller, mixing laughter and terror at a fever pitch…

And did we mention the bugs?

Bug has a subtlety and sureness of composition that testifies to top-flight craftsmanship.

The New York Times

Bug will get under your skin and stay there.

Time Out New York

[A] wonderfully lurid new thriller. . .

Newark Star-Ledger


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