The short horror film I was in has a facebook page now and after two (or three!?) years of reshoots and foley work I have it on good authority that it’s nearly finished. If you care about the future of our planet go LIKE The Courtship of Ronson Crumb Facebook Page and help Ronson put an end to the Jersey Shore menace. This is the best way to find out when and how you can see this modern masterpiece.
Forgive the visual pun but I simply have to say it. There’s no way to act in a film without getting your hands dirty (or bloody as the case may be.) I recently acted the lead in my friend’s short horror/romantic comedy genre-straddler The Courtship of Ronson Crumb and it ruined me emotionally and physically for hours at a time.
Guys, let me start off by saying that I do not claim to be an actor. I have never studied acting. I’m not even sure I know what “acting” is. For a long time I believed what an actor friend of mine told me: Acting is lying. To be a good actor you have to be a good liar. Well, it didn’t take long into the shoot for me to realize that this, like the Abominable Snowman before it, was horse feathers.
From my limited experience playing a delusional psychopath I have come to the conclusion that acting is not lying. Acting is far more similar to telling the truth.