LEGEND OF DARK RIDER; A First Look,
With Meghan Chadeayne as Freja
Meghan, who is set to take on the role of Freja, of the Hawk Band in the feature will be in good company with a cast that includes Stefan Cronwall (Ragnarok), John Wells (Hatfields and McCoys: Bad Blood), Yohanna Idha (Angry, Madness) and Dragomir Mrsic (Easy Money, Easy Money 2: Hard to Kill) just to name a few.
Heres what the talented Meghan Chadeayne had to say about her role in this international dream project Legend of Dark Rider.
"What I love about this character is she’s completely out of the spectrum of character’s I’ve already portrayed. She’s wild and fierce, loyal, yet has a strong compassion towards her group. She works (and fights) directly under the warrior princess. I’m looking forward to bringing her to life, not only because she’s so multi-faceted, but also because she’s a character I would watch on screen and be like ‘Her. She’s cool.’
FINGER PAINTINGS OF THE INSANE
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-First of all guys, I've got to tell you I am a fan of the band. I first heard of you by mention of Eli DeGeer, and since then have been trying to keep up with you guys. Thank you for taking a couple minutes and shooting the shit with us here at The Horror Nation!
Jeremy Romance: Thanks man that really means a lot. And Eli is super awesome!
She is! She's got a bright future ahead of her, and deservedly so. For those of our readers who've never heard of you, could you tell us a little bit about yourselves? What's the name of your band? What's the origin of that name? Have you changed the band's name before?
JR: I go by the name "Jeremy Romance". The origins of the name come from The Romantic period. I really relate to that time period. Poe especially. It's the "expression of emotion and imagination, departure from the attitudes and forms of classicism, and rebellion against established social rules and conventions."
My Life With The Comic Book
Originally Published February 15, 2014
By Folklore on The Slaughtered Bird
I’ve been reading comic books a long time, a very long time. I’ve always been fascinated with them. My kin-aesthetic brain automatically tuning to them, I naturally understood them and for the rest of my life I would always have a love for them. Like most readers I initially began with the Dark Knight himself and followed his adventures avidly, but to be perfectly honest, I haven’t delved into the super-hero genre much in my lifetime. I’ve always been more into the obscure and titles that push the boundaries.
I’ve often swayed more towards writers such as the great Alan Moore, Joe Hill and Garth Ennis, to name but a few. There are some extremely talented writers in the comic world today. Whereas the super-hero genre has flooded the silver screen and continues to get bigger by the day, people are often oblivious to some of the more unnoticed comics that have gone through the transition to screen in recent years, such as the great A History Of Violence and Road To Perdition.
AFTER THE APOCALYPSE
After The Apocalypse somewhat reminded me of a Quest for Fire type flick (in a weird way) done in a David Lynch format. Set in a bleak, post-urban landscape in the aftermath of the Third World War. Five survivors trying to make sense of a New World after a devastating urban catastrophe challenges all their human needs. It seems that this group of four men and one woman are forced to communicate to each other without speaking, because of deadly toxins in the air.
As stated before when I compare Yasuaki Nakajima's to that of Lynch, I do so in the manner of Nakajima's vision for showing us a world through landscapes and environmental thematic situations.
"NEVERMORE" SHAPED MY PARENTING
Many people have asked me why I let my children watch horror and the reasons are many... Some of which we have broached before, but the biggest one is I love the genre. I grew up watching horror and have yet to kill or maim anyone, surprising but true! Horror inspired some great times in my life and gave me amazing "AHA" moments growing up.
I decided maybe one of the best ways to explain why I choose the lifestyle I do for our kids is to help you understand some of what I have learned in (mumbled under my breathe with my hand over my mouth) #$%$^ odd years of watching... Today I am going to share what was probably the biggest life changing "aha" moments for me.