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2014 Rondo Awards

2014 Rondo Awards

So my short film, BECOMING UNDEAD II, was nominated for a Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award! You can go to the site and focus on section 10 and be sure to drop a vote for BECOMING UNDEAD II for Best Short Film. Thank you in advance!

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Only Lovers Left Alive

Im a big fan of Jim Jarmusch’s BROKEN FLOWERS, so when I heard he was working with Tom Hiddleston and it was about vampires? Well, sign me right up!

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Night Terrors: A Ron Purtee Show Promo

Will Ron be awake for the show Monday with guest Aaron Yonda?!

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LIVE

LIVE

So let me explain something. Life likes to happen when you are making plans and that’s what kept me from doing a live show.

HOWEVER

I punched life right in the dick and the show WILL be on March 10th with extra special guest Aaron Yonda from Blame Society Films!

I can’t promise that things will be sane, or normal. But I can promise they will be interesting.

So tune in, we have a great week of guests starting with the hilarious Aaron Yonda!

So tune in March 10th at 10pm EST. Just head over to http://mixlr.com/ronpurtee sign up and you can be in the chat during the interview!

Episode 105: Jason Miller

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Unidentified director Jason Miller stops by to talk about the film and it quickly turns into a Stern love fest…drink the egg nog..

You can listen to the show by clicking HERE!

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Episode 104: Jason Stephens

Episode 104: Jason Stephens

Jason Stephens from Jasonsvoices.com and Beer and Board Games stops by to talk about all of those things, plus the Monkey Business Institute!

Listen to the episode on Stitcher HERE or on iTunes HERE!

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RIP Harold Ramis

RIP Harold Ramis

My mother and I didn’t really do a lot of things as I was growing up. It wasn’t because she was a bad mother, it was because she was out working, making a wage to keep a roof over our head and food in my ever growing belly. So when we did do something it was extra special.

That’s how it was when I went to Westgate Cinema in Racine with my mom to see Ghostbusters. I sat there in awe about what I was seeing on the screen but I knew I loved every bit of it, and continue to love it to this day.

I realize that was the thing that I wanted to do, I wanted to make folks laugh. I wanted to entertain and Ramis’ death leaves a hole in my child hood that I’ll never get back.

Rest in Peace, Harold.

I’m off to watch Ghostbusters with a Caddyshack chaser.