Monday, February 28, 2011

Ah...a Birthday Weekend

Another year, another day, another hour, another minute...
birthdays aren't really THAT fabulous ALL the time...

...maybe when you're little and you think the height of experience is listing material goods out on lined paper, in an order of priority, as if acquisition were happiness. But Farrah could have it all if she wanted it - trust, her mother is a prize-winning gold-digger, so no one is strapped for cash. But what's a new sweater or a new TV when you can't find one single person on this godforsaken earth who understands you? What's icing, if you don't have cake?

NOTHING. That's what.

So she writes, and she writes and she writes. And Jackson Miles responds in his depraved way. And together to two whip up a tarnished recipe of psychopathic proportions. Oh, how sweet it is...

It's Day 45, Day 46, Day 47, Day 48. She'll be coming home soon, and it will be an epic feast.


Tim Dax and Nicola Fiore first worked together on Travis Campbell's and Lauren Miller's film: MR. BRICKS. Now, he's back and he's ready to play serial killer Jackson Miles in the latest Campbell-Miller undertaking!

If you'd like to learn more about this badass, check out his homepage:

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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Meet Christine Hoberg!

We've found our singer for the pivotal wedding scene in Slaughter Daughter. Her name is Christine Hoberg, and she's a Brooklyn-based singer songwriter. Check her out on Facebook, Myspace Music and Bandcamp!

Thursday, February 17, 2011




Producer: Slaughtered Heart Productions, Lauren Miller, Anne Koester
Director: Travis Campbell
Writer: Lauren Miller
1st Rehearsal: March 2011
Shoot Dates: Late April-Early May 2011
Location: New York City Area

Note: Slaughtered Heart Productions is casting Slaughter Daughter, a micro-budget HD feature heavily influenced by the style of 1970s Italian horror films. Guaranteed international distribution.

Note: All characters mentioned below will be murdered during the course of the film.

Phyllis: LEAD. Late 30s-40s, Caucasian, partial nudity required, lesbian kissing required. A Marilyn Monroe type who loves living extravagantly. She’s loud, boisterous, and the center of the party. She’s also self-centered and can be cold and sarcastic to those closest to her.

Reema: 30s-40s, of Middle-eastern descent, has an Arabic or British accent, lesbian kissing required. The Jackie to Phyllis’ Marilyn. She’s calm, demure, and classy.

David: early 20s, can play Middle-Eastern, full nudity required. He’s a hypochondriac who’s scared of dying. He has problems being confident and asserting his manhood in his female-dominated family.

The Maid: 20s-40s, ethnic, must be able to speak a foreign language. She sees all and hears all in the household. Instead of showing her own personality, she tries to blend into the wallpaper and not be noticed.

Willard: 40-60s, stage fighting required. Willard is an arrogant billionaire CEO who loves and weds Phyllis. He likes to be in charge and is used to getting his own way.

Please submit your headshot, resume and all inquiries to Lo/no pay. Non- Equity/SAG.

In the beginning...

Happy Valentine’s Day week. We hope you all enjoyed your celebration of love, or lust, with boxes of chocolates, flowers and romantic dinners, expensive pre-fabricated cards, proposals, engagements, and a peck on the cheek…or two. How utterly wonderful...for all of you!

Now what about the rest of us?

It’s not always a bed of roses. Sometimes the object of your affection – perhaps the only one who has ever understood you, appreciated you – is shacked up on a cot in a state penitentiary. Your father is dead and rotting. Your cold and calculating mother is too busy with her hot new mistress. Your favored brother is leaving you for a life of his own with some Ivy League harlot.

Farrah is just like the rest of us. She just wants to be loved; to be appreciated. But her story has taken a turn. Farrah would KILL to be adored. And she will…

Prepare for The Slaughter.