PITBULL DAYCARE Looking For Video Extras

San Antonio, Texas-based PITBULL DAYCARE, featuring former NEUROTICA drummer Jason West, are looking for "100 extras" for their upcoming "Feel So Dead" video shoot. Award-winning director Paul Hough (Texas Film Festival Director's Choice 2003) and producer Geza Decsy ("The Backyard") are planning "an epic, never-done-or-seen-before horror scene which will include a breathtaking motorcycle stunt by IMFA Pro Motocross star Andy Jones," according to a post on the band's web site. "The shoot will take place in Boerne (about 30 minutes from S.A.) on Saturday, March 6 and Sunday, March 7. The shoot will take 4-5 hours and we will supply refreshments. Please come on out to support the band and be a part of the making of this exciting video. Please contact Geza Decsy at [email protected] to sign up or request more info. Check out www.pitbulldaycare.com for more info on the band."


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