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Shadowland - Actress: Caitlin McIntosh

 I promised you one more surprise and I did not let you down, the lovely star of the film "Shadowland"... Caitlin McIntosh. Playing Laura in this story of love and life, she makes her way to just remember... remember something to help make her feel at home. I once again want to thank Gayle, Wyatt, Jason, Carlos and Caitlin for giving me the chance to know them a little better as they bring you "Shadowland".

[2vs8]: Tell us about you and your career, when did you know you wanted to act or model which do you prefer more?

Caitlin McIntosh: I always wanted to be a model growing up.  I used to try to pose like a model in family pictures, but they just looked like a kid looking off to the side.  There is one picture that my brother in law Quinton, holds hostage for blackmail.  The whole family refers to it as "sexy mustache girl".  I'm in a yellow dance costume laying on the floor trying to have a sexy face with white crew socks on and the McIntosh family mustache!  I think being called mustache girl and dog face by kids in school made me want to model. 

[2vs8]: How did it come about you came to work on "Shadowland" and what were your first reactions to being offered the role of Laura?

Caitlin McIntosh: I went to my agency to audition for a one-line part, but when Wyatt, Gayle and Bob saw me they asked me to read for Laura.  Mind you my resume at the agency was a picture that was seven years old, so when they saw me as a 20 something they asked me to read for Laura instead.  I never really expected to get any work so when I was offered the part I screamed and jumped up and down like a fool.

  [2vs8]: What is something about you that people do not know, but you think to yourself... why someone has not ever asked?

Caitlin McIntosh: If I didn't model, dance or act what would I do instead?  I have always wanted to be a writer or lawyer.

[2vs8]: Outside of acting/fitness/modeling what brings you the most joy, and could you tell why this is?

Caitlin McIntosh: This is an easy one!  I never knew unconditional love until I had my daughter.  She is the light of my life and spending the last two tears raising her has been the most memorable and life-changing experience I have ever had.  Being with my husband and daughter, sitting on the couch together and watching Ice Age is her favorite thing.  It is in these that I know there is nothing like being a parent.

[2vs8]: Working with the director and cast, what is something you will always remember being part of "Shadowland"?

Caitlin McIntosh: I will always remember having lunch on main street in St. Charles and reenacting the t-rex that says "I have a big head and little arms", I think we were really tired because we laughed for an hour.
   I'll try to summarize a few memories; being slapped, ripping my shawl jumping out of the carriage, kissing Carlos (oh yeah baby), hearing "action" and running away from Jason in the mini and then hearing cut because he killed the clutch (you you I love you buddy!), almost getting ran over by Gayle, freaking out about a mic chord swinging from my shirt on a 98 degree day, Rachael and her great work giving my lip "the gangster", running, being covered in mud, being sprayed down in cold water while wearing mud from head to toe, covered in mud at night then wrapping myself in plastic to stay warm, running, my nightgown and how it started smell by the end, running, having Wyatt direct me so that I didn't look like a fool, running, the extremely hot summer we had and wearing black pants, boots, a pleather jacket, scarf and black leather gloves, running.....I could go on for days.
   I have so many great memories from working on Shadowland I'm not sure where to start.  Everyone was so nice to me from day one I felt at ease right away.  Everyone who participated in this movie was true professionals and I felt honored to work with everyone, cast and crew.

[2vs8]: Who Inspires you?

Caitlin McIntosh: My sister inspires me.  I have always seen her as smart and strong.  She has lived her life and has never let anyone down.  I don't know anyone more dedicated, driven, determined and strong willed than my sister Kerri.  I have made a lot of mistakes in my life and my sister is always there for me.  I aspire to be like my sister one day, a success at everything.

[2vs8]: Worst and best part of "Shadowland"?

Caitlin McIntosh: Worst: The mud... Best: 1897 scenes were some of my favorite.

[2vs8]: Since the majority of the film "Shadowland" revolves around Laura, did this put extra pressure on you?

Caitlin McIntosh: ARE YOU KIDDING?!?! I was a $@!%ing mess!!!!  I had never acted before, I was completely green and I had to make sure not to let anyone else down, especially my co-stars Jason and Carlos.

[2vs8]: What are you working on now... sequel?

Caitlin McIntosh: We aren't working on a sequel yet, but one day we hope to.  Right now I'm playing the role of mom and it's the best improv anyone will ever do!

[2vs8]: What scares you?

Caitlin McIntosh: I have an over active imagination so being outside in the woods scares the crap out of me.

[2vs8]: Best thing a fan has said to you, that brings a smile to your face... either it be the film or any other work you have done?

Caitlin McIntosh: I love all of my fans that have supported me through Shadowland and I love you all!
   I have a very distinct memory that impacted me greatly, but it happen quite a few years ago now.  I was giving my first speech as Miss Missouri Teen USA 2000 at my old grade school.  I was making a reference to our high school and a huge hill in front of it.  I said that high school is tough and that with each passing year at school you can choose to go up the hill.  At the top of that hill is the school which represented success, and at the bottom of the hill is where all the smokers and kids who skipped class hung out.  I told them it was tough, but making the right decisions would take you to the top of the hill and you could succeed at anything.  After I was done talking I had a little girl walk up to me, tug on my sash and say "I'm going to go up the hill".  I never knew who she was, but I will never forget that moment.

[2vs8]: Three words that describe you best?

Caitlin McIntosh: Goofball, caring, strong.
[2vs8]: Last thing... it is 200 years from now, what do you want to be remembered for?

Caitlin McIntosh: Motivating people to succeed in what ever it is they wanted to accomplish. Raising a daughter that lived her life with no regrets.  And for making people smile and laugh.

Salt [2010] starts now...

Angelina Jolie stars in Salt, a contemporary action thriller from Columbia Pictures.

As a CIA officer, Evelyn Salt (Jolie) swore an oath to duty, honor and country. Her loyalty will be tested when a defector accuses her of being a Russian spy. Salt goes on the run, using all her skills and years of experience as a covert operative to elude capture. Salt's efforts to prove her innocence only serve to cast doubt on her motives, as the hunt to uncover the truth behind her identity continues and the question remains: "Who Is Salt?"

Oh No... Not Again..."Nikita" (2010)

Television will never be the same, or will it.
Maggie Q is H-O-T, Hot.

Saw is Coming... First Look

Jeff Daniels is a GREAT Actor... And I Ruin It...

The Answer Man [DVD]

So it's late or early depending when you go to sleep, I search for something to watch and I found God... Well not really, but someone in this movie "The Answer Man" did... and he wishes that he didn't... though that was not in his cards. A simple well made film with a handful of great actors, which brought and grabbed my attention.

I love Jeff Daniels, he is always a great watch and Lauren Graham... is also pleasant... in a different sort of love story. One Man's Fears is Another Woman's Fear. So I think if you get a chance to see it, do so... then maybe you can tell me, why everyone looks so shocked...

SUTURES [2010]


The Thrilling Horror Film Starring Andrew Prine (Gettysburg), Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Carlos Lauchu (Spy Hard), Allison Lange (Single White Female 2), and Kate French (Fired Up!) Hits DVD July 20th!

He is a hunter with the keen skill of one who has also been hunted. Prey turned predator. The victims quickly realize that Alexander is just the beginning of their problems, as they find themselves enmeshed in a fight for survival against a sociopath businessman and his demonic staff, who will stop at nothing to prevail in the sale of Black Market Body Parts. SUTURES was written by Brian Moon, along with Carlos Lauchu (The Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Rock 'n Roll Musical) and Jacqueline A. Kelly (Souled Out) who both also served as producers.

Why So... Serious!

Nostalgic, Pulp, Creepy...So the Pictures say it all...

I am trying to raise some money to get a new computer and all the whistles that need to come with it, so i am posting art on here and a few of my other sites. This within the hopes you all like something and possibly want something. I can turn any art here or mostly at: iZombielover into a photo, canvas, t-shirt... you just need to ask.

"See it, Like It, Let Me Know"

I too can create it for you if you want something special and unique!
Any Questions... Please Ask!


Sorcerer's Apprentice [2010] - Desktop

Disney's: Sorcerer's Apprentice [2010]

Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage) is a master sorcerer in modern-day Manhattan trying to defend the city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim Horvath (Alfred Molina). Balthazar can't do it alone, so he recruits Dave Stutler (Jay Baruchel), a seemingly average guy who demonstrates hidden potential, as his reluctant protégé. The sorcerer gives his unwilling accomplice a crash course in the art and science of magic, and together, these unlikely partners pit their powers against those of the fiercest—and most ruthless—villains of all time. It'll take all the courage Dave can muster to survive his training, save the city and get the girl as he becomes “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.” The screenplay is by Matt Lopez and Doug Miro & Carlo Bernard from a screen story by Lawrence Konner & Mark Rosenthal and Matt Lopez.

Spiderman IV

Okay, they have not changed out the characters in three films... franchise is saved.
Now the RE-BOOT [probably in 3-D]... comes the news that Spiderman IV is without it's lead... here comes this guy...

The only way this might work, and I would be the first to admit I was to judge to quick... this pimple-faced-kid is actually the son of Peter and MJ... and we get to watch him grow up with the "teen-wolf" gene... Now I can see that being a possibility for a continuous franchise move forward...

Until the story unfolds more, I am in complete "FAIL"

Cause There Is Always Going To Be...

Robert Rodriguez presents a bold new chapter in the Predator universe, PREDATORS, shot on location under Rodriguez's creative auspices at the filmmaker's Austin-based Troublemaker Studios, directed by Nimrod Antal. The film stars Oscar®-winner Adrien Brody ("The Pianist") as Royce, a mercenary who reluctantly leads a group of elite warriors who come to realize they've been brought together on an alien planet... as prey. With the exception of a disgraced physician, they are all cold-blooded killers - mercenaries, Yakuza, convicts, death squad members - human "predators" that are now being systemically hunted and eliminated by a new breed of alien Predators.

In addition to Brody, PREDATORS stars award-winning actor and filmmaker Laurence Fishburne ("The Matrix" movies), Topher Grace ("Spider-Man 3"), Alice Braga ("I Am Legend") and Walton Goggins ("The Shield"). Also taking on key roles are Rodriguez stalwart Danny Trejo, who recently completed a starring role in Rodriguez's upcoming "Machete," plus UFC champion Oleg Taktarov ("National Treasure"), Mahershalalhashbaz Ali ("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"), and Louis Ozawa Changchien ("Fair Game").

The Kids In The Hall [Return]

“The Kids in the Hall”
Reunite on IFC

“Death Comes to Town,” an 8-Part Original Series
Premieres August 20, 2010 at 10PM ET/PT with two back-to-back episodes All Five “Kids” Together Again on U.S. Television; Comic Murder Mystery Introduces All-New Narrative Format Shortly after the arrival of the Grim Reaper to Shuckton, Ontario on a Greyhound bus, everyone in the small town is implicated when one of its most distinguished citizens is found murdered. Death Comes to Town, an original scripted series of eight 30-minute episodes, premieres on IFC on August 20 at 10:00PM ET/PT, marking the return of the audacious comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall to U.S. television for the first time since their cult series ended in the mid-1990s. Famous for their distinctive and surreal sketch comedy, all five original members of The Kids in the Hall — Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson — star in IFC’s new scripted comedy series and play almost all of the characters in their trademark gender-bending style. Co-written by all five Kids, the story of Death Comes to Town unfolds in a serialized format, different from their previous work on television, that uses “act-enders” to carry viewers forward to the next episode.
“It’s a gothic comic mini-series,” explains Bruce McCulloch, Executive Producer. “Like ‘Corner Gas’ meets ‘Twin Peaks’. It’s silly and it’s dark, and it’s about outsiders and people in over their heads.” “It is still very much a Kids in the Hall troupe effort,” adds Dave Foley, “As long as what we’re pursuing is what we think is really funny, that’s what keeps us honest.” Death Comes to Town was conceived by Bruce McCulloch, who is also executive producer. The series is directed by Kelly Makin and produced by Susan Cavan of Accent Entertainment.

I’m crushing your head. I’m crushing your head. Crush. Crush…

Scream IV... Take Your Guess...

[Teaser Poster]
Who be the killer in the up and coming "Scream 4", I think the movie franchise has been way too long to make a comeback. One thing I am most happy the it is not a remake.... but it will most likely be in 3D...

So here is your chance to take a guess who the killer will be?

Disturbed...this little piggy wants to play

Just arrived in sultry Puerto Rico, straight-arrow medical researcher Claire (Lauren Cohan) is excited to see her fiancé Jack (Shaun Sipos) after a six-month separation. But Jack has changed – his eyes have been opened and his cozy assumptions challenged by his time in the field working with the poor of Puerto Rico, and by fiery local beauty Yara (Moran Atias) and her fiercely jealous lover Hector (Jon Seda). Jack’s not sure he wants what Claire wants anymore.

Having their ‘uber-successful’ and sexed up friends, Sam (Arielle Kebbel) and Vince (Tad Hilgenbrinck), along for the trip doesn’t give them much space to work out their problems. But the lovers’ distress is magnified a thousand fold when they find themselves abandoned on a deserted island by the suspicious Hector – and confront a horror born of vivisection, human experimentation and madness.

An unrelenting, terrifying youth-horror movie in the vein of The Hills Have Eyes and Wolf Creek. The film is a suspense-driven story of twisted experiments, animalistic rituals and survival at any cost. It combines the character-driven thriller elements of The Strangers with the gruesome, nonstop carnage of The Descent. Disturbed is slated to start shooting in Puerto Rico this year.