Well, I don’t know. Canada sure gets a whole lot of slack for sucking, and I must say, I think people here are great. Everyone I came across with was quite nice, and I really enjoyed my time here. I don’t blame Canada for anything!
I really enjoyed signing at a horror convention. The people there were just so passionate. This convention wasn’t as big as some of the other conventions I go to, but everyone there was incredibly sincere and excited about all the different people who appeared at the show, and spent lots of money on rare collectible DVD and VHS tapes. It was really incredible! I was able to screen Fuckenstein once again – to a whole bunch of people who are SERIOUS about their movies – and did a whole question-and-answer session afterwards, and people were incredibly intelligent and really interested into what I had to say as a filmmaker, and not just a porn star. I felt very respected! It was a great honor…and I sold out of almost all the DVDs I brought to the show…which rarely happens, and is a very nice feeling! Yeah. I got a whole lot of warm fuzzies all weekend. Really! I did. It was pretty awesome.
I became friendly with Kane Hodder – who played Jason in a few of the “Friday the 13th” movies (numbers 7 – 10) . He also wrote a book, and is in another cult Horror movie called “The Hatchet“- along with a bunch of other stuff. He’s a stuntman, and risks death just about every time he goes to work – and explained to me that he basically gets a concussion on a daily basis when he’s working on a film. He’s got some crazy stories. I would have to say they put my anal skills to shame. Lighting yourself on fire is way riskier than getting a huge cock in your ass!
I also spent some time with Fred Williamson – also known as “The Hammer”. He was in “From Dusk till Dawn”, a season of “Star Trek” – and like, a billion other movies. He even played in the Superbowl – which I had no idea. He was really funny. He is one of those dudes who is just always in character, and had something extremely hilarious to say about everything. I can’t really imitate him in words.
The band who wrote the musical to Demons – and a bunch of other movies – called Goblin played live at the Shock Stock after-party. It was cool – it was kinda weird for me to watch a band who didn’t have a singer, and just played music but, it was really good.
And I made some new friends who are new in the nude modeling word – Elara and Tawny. They were both very sexy ladies!
Yeah. And just like every horror convention – there was an interesting cast of characters there.
All-in-all, it was a fun and successful weekend. I was honored to have been a featured guest at this show.
Now I must return to Los Angeles and shoot some more porn!