Everybody! The moment you have all been waiting for has arrived! The movie of the century has been released, and it’s in the BurningAngel Store today. It’s about a bunch of slutty girls who work at a coffee shop!
Everyone worked very hard on this movie. It’s got a whole lot of hot sex along with a funny plot. The cast was amazing: myself (Yeah, I am pretty amazing!) Dana Dearmond, Kleio, Veruca James, Krysta Chaos, and Jessie Lee. I won’t say much more and continue to brag about my own movie, just watch the trailer and lemme know what you think (you can BUY IT HERE!). I’m pretty proud of it!
And here are a few PICS from the movie!!!
Something amazing happened to me the other night while I was with Jessie Lee at a party…we bumped into EDDIE WINSLOW!!! I mean, obviously that’s not his real name…but you know…Eddie Winslow…from “FAMILY MATTERS”!!! Yeah, you know it. I think it was even better than meeting Urkel cause Eddie Winslow was kinda hot on that show. Right? Haha.
Anyway, here we are with Eddie…and in case you needed a little refresher, there’s a pic of him from the “Family Matters” days below it.
And now I am off to Chicago for EXXXOTICA! I was confused as to why Eddie wasn’t on our flight…I thought the Winslows lived there!?! =)
See you tomorrow, Chicago!
This past weekend I went to Hootenany with Jessie Lee and Veruca James. There has been a lot of cool shit going on lately! It’s been a very fun summer so far. Hootenany is a big rockabilly festival, that has a huge car show, a bunch of bands, and a whole lot of vendors selling everything and anything you could ever want to buy with cherries and swallows and dice on them.
Two of my all-time favorite bands played, the Bouncing Souls and Rancid. It was awesome. I mean, it’s pretty weird that I have literally seen both those bands play in every stage of my life. I saw both those bands for the first time the year I was 14. I saw them both a few times while I was in high school, then a few times in college, and a few times after college – up until now. I’ve been watching them play for, like, 15 years! It’s pretty insane. Their music is pretty timeless and I will be listening to them forever!
In any case, here are a bunch of photos of me Jessie Lee and Veruca by some really amazing old custom cars. We got into some trouble taking some of these photos – I’m not sure why. It seemed like the guys who has owned the cars’ wives/ girlfriends did not want girls near the cars. I didn’t really get it. Isn’t half the reason you have an old car and bring it to a car show, is so chicks will stand near it? I don’t get it. But whatever – enjoy the photos! We had to dodge a lot of angry women to get them.
Have a happy Monday!
Well, as I had told you before – I went to Mayhem Fest this weekend. It was a big metal show, and I got to see Slayer for the first time ever. It was incredible. There was fire on stage, and bass cabinets lined up like inverted crosses. They didn’t wear costumes, they didn’t blab on about any nonsense, they didn’t have a ton of makeup on – they just got on the stage, played their songs, and walked off. It was like, they had nothing to prove. They are fucking Slayer.
I wasn’t cool enough to see them when I was younger. Being able to watch “Raining Blood” played live was a moment I will never forget!
I went there with Jessie Lee and Phoenix, along with one of Jessie’s friends named Kate – who has like, the same hair as Jessie. I also ran into Andy San Dimas while I was there. Together we all got drunk and watched metal, and it was a great way to spend a Saturday.
I was too short to watch Anthrax so my friend Matt put me on his shoulders, and I clearly got to see the whole thing. It’s awesome being a very small girl with some big friends.
Slipknot was the headlining band, and I wasn’t sure why. I think some of their songs are OK and all, but I don’t think they are gods; I don’t know why they have three drummers and like, an entire circus on stage with them, and I don’t know why they headlined over Slayer. It was a little confusing to me, but the place was completely packed when they played. I guess I am alone in my confusion about the greatness of Slipknot.
I got to meet a lot of fans while I was there. It’s nice to know I have fans who listen to good music! I am going to see if I can go to any of the other Mayhem Fests in different cities. It’s a really awesome tour.
Well everyone have a happy Fourth of July. Eat some hot dogs, or veggie hot dogs…watch some fireworks, sleep late and think about America.
Yesterday was an incredibly depressing day. Today, is still pretty shitty. It sucks.
However, watching my friend Chantal Claret play her first show with her new band last night, definitely cheered me up…and was a great way to continue my day of Girl Power. Chantal used to be in a band called Morningwood, and now she has a new project. Her band is a lot of fun – you can actually see their first music video her:
It will make you wanna dance!
She was the opening act, and really – I think she should have headlined the show. She had the whole crowd dancing and she has such great moves on stage. Everyone in the band was so well-dressed, and had amazing chemistry. I loved it!
Next, the indie pop band A Silent Film played. I actually hear their songs all the time on Sirius radio. They were also a lot of fun. They kinda look like a hipster boy band. They are all pretty handsome and dance a lot on stage… but they play instruments obviously. As I said on Twitter, they were kinda like if NSYNC and The Rapture (or maybe The Bravery?) had like 5 babies. But their songs are catchy, and their show was really tight.
The head-lining band of the evening was Delta Rae and to be honest, I thought they were pretty boring. They had one song I liked; the rest of them basically sounded the same and they had this incredibly wholesome country-ish family feel to them that made me really uncomfortable. But apparently lots of people love them, because they drew the biggest crowd and were the headlining act. I was in the VIP area and it seemed like lots of executives from record labels and stuff were there specifically to watch them. So, I am sure they are doing fine, and my distaste for them is not going to hurt heir career in any kind of way – so I don’t really feel so bad about voicing my negative opinion on them. It just wasn’t my cup of tea.
And that was my night! It was good to see some live music. It has been a while!