Since first discovering his Halloween themed images in 2012, JayBee from Frisky Frolic has made a Halloween appearance each year since! JayBee's images are colorful, creative and incredibly sexy and his work, a highlight to feature, especially at Halloween!
Earlier this month I featured the work of California based photographer Hal Cooks and and his incredible shots of Matt. (Top of the Cove) When I asked Hal if he had any Halloween themed images, he sent back these shots blending some of the best elements of the season, with some of the best elements of the male form!
With all of the mentions in the news, Clowns may not be that popular this Halloween. But when the clown is Michael, and the clown suit doesn't include pants, I am sure we can make an exception! I have featured model, writer, blogger (Entertain Me) in several previous posts. (two are featured HERE: & HERE:) Today... it is time to add actor to Michael's already long and impressive resume.
The California based writer has had appeared in small roles in three horror related projects and when Halloween was approaching, I asked Michael to share a some behind the scenes details from the flicks, and details on his on screen deaths! Michael appeared as leather wearing Daddy (sadly keeping his leather on...) on television The Lair as well as films The Summer of Massacre and Terror Tunes 3. M
I have always been a huge fan of horror ever since I was a kid. Vampires are my favorite archetype. So when I got to be featured as Leather Daddy Vampire on The Lair it was pretty awesome. One of the cool memories from it was working with famed low budget horror director, Fred Olen Ray. Once I got on the set we were in and out within an hour.
The Summer Of Massacre:
One of the things on my bucket list was to be killed violently in a horror film. My wish came true in The Summer Of Massacre. I play a cop in the segment Son of the Boogeyman. Guess what? The Boogeyman kills me by squeezing my skull in until it explodes! I remember attending the premiere with my then boyfriend, it was the first time I had seen myself on a big screen as my part came up he sensed my tension and grabbed my hand to hold it. Seeing myself up there was surreal!
Terror Toons 3:
The most interesting thing about this production was seeing the finished product. All the acting and reacting was done with no sets and only representations of Dr. Carnage the homicidal cartoon that kills me and the other doctors in the ER. It was nothing on set, but the finished film was amazing visually
I went back and forth on whether to feature actor Simon Scuddamore, and his naked humiliation scene from 1986's Slaughter High. The scene certainly fits the horror hunk theme without a doubt. The film opens with high school beauty Carol Manning luring the school nerd, Marty Rantzen (Scuddamore) into the girls locker room with the promise of sex.
After poor Marty gets naked, Carol opens the shower curtain to a group of students laughing and filming poor Marty's embarrassment. Marty tries to run away, but is dragged back across the locker room floor and into the bathroom for a swirlie, just to top off Mary's humiliation.
Although he played a student, actor Simon Scuddamore was actually 27 at the time of filming, and it must have been a bit of an awkward scene to film given he was completely naked through most of it, while his clothed co-stars drag him around hang him upside down. Director Mark Ezra reports Scuddamore was great on set, the only problem they had was his scheduling. Scuddamore worked at a school for disadvantaged children, and didn't want to disrupt their schedule or risk losing his job by taking time off to film the movie.
My reluctance to post this piece wasn't about the scene itself, although it was brutal on the cruelty/humiliation metre. My reluctance was that I didn't want to exploit this particular horror hunk's true life tragic ending.
According to reports, Scuddamore suffered from a drug addiction, and although Ezra reports he remained clean throughout the shoot, the young actor sadly committed suicide shortly before the films official release. It is not thought his death was connected to the film, or the locker room scene, but it adds a layer of pain, not to mention morbid reality to the scene and the entire film.
Above is the locker room scene, but if you want to watch the entire film, it is on Youtube (with Greek subtitles) HERE: