Ex-MISFITS Singer MICHALE GRAVES Starring In 'Perkins 14' Movie
Former MISFITS frontman Michale Graves recently got back from Romania where he guest-starred in the Massify/After Dark Films production "Perkins 14". Graves plays Eric Ross, the love interest of the lead female Daisy Hopper (Shayla Beesley), and is introduced in story while strumming an acoustic guitar and singing one of his new songs, "Blackbird".
"Perkins 14" is the first feature film developed entirely via the Internet. Craig Singer — whose "Dark Ride" made the first wave of After Dark's "8 Films to Die For" — directed and Lane Shadgett ("Luna Park", "All Lost Souls") wrote the screenplay based on a pitch by horror film fan Jeremy Donaldson. "An American Haunting"'s Chris Milburn and Matthew Kuipers are producing.
Look for Michale Graves' new live album, "Illusions Live 2008/Viretta Park", in stores October 21 on Screaming Crow Records.
The track listing for the effort is as follows:
02. Fiend Club
03. Almost Home
09. Lucifer I am
12. You Awful Me
13. On Million Light Years From Her
14. Frost Bite
17. Cry On Saturday Night
19. The Best of Me
20. A Gerneration Coming Down
21. Locked Away
22. The Eternal Haunting
23. Virreta Park
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/gravesmichale.
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