One Hell of a Year…Literally

One hell of a year… Literally.

But, things are looking up!

So glad so many of you have messaged and emailed your support for more Bubba, Vinnie and Mook and of course, Satan. Well, not the Satan certain lunatics think is real. I am referring to my Lucifer who is more a used car salesmen than the consumer of small children. As y ’all know, around here a sense of humor and the ridiculous is as necessary as wearing a mask these days.

To answer questions about “A House Possessed”, the script and concept, myself and the person who lived through it is concerned, the video is down until a new one with fresh information, which will be coming soon, goes up.

Hang on folks, there are many things in the works including an international version of a certain rare Bubba comic and the Devil’s hands are busy making something new and hilarious as we prep to film the pilot to be presented to several streaming services.

But more importantly is all of you. Please take care, stay safe and know that all things pass.

Soon, we will all be back at the conventions and on the set causing the kind of fun crazy we all enjoy and chucking as much of the other kind into life’s rearview mirror. That is the whole reason I write and create. My job is to help ensure that I can get you more smiles to the miles than a Ferrari but with better gas mileage.

Yours unruly,

Read Vinnie & Mook on Me!

Vinnie & Mook
Vinnie & Mook – Hit Men for Horror; Family and Fiends

Hi everyone!

I’m gonna do a really cool thing here because it’s also, in my opinion, the right thing. Wow. This will be the first time I’ve been accused of doing something cool and correct. So, I expect you people to keep this to yourselves. Building an evil rep is tough enough with all the competition out there.

So, for the next month, I am putting PDFs of my Vinnie and Mook books and a few choice and hard to get Bubba comic books up for download. You’ll need to be signed up here to get the password.

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“Making a Bridge With Genre Movies” panel at SDCC 2019

"Making a Bridge With Genre Movies" Panel @ San Diego Comic-Con 2019
From left to right: Moderator Sebastian Fink and filmmakers Frank Rodriguez, Mitch Hyman, and Victor Osuna.

Checking in from San Diego Comic-Con to bring you the video of Friday’s “Making a Bridge with Genre Movies” panel.

It was great to reteam with moderator Sebastian Fink and filmmakers Victor Osuna and Frank Rodriguez for round 2 of our discussion about how the U.S. and Mexican filmmakers can cooperate and create across our shared border.

View the embedded video below and let us know what you think!

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