A crunch, a munch, a jingle, he’ll make your spine a-tingle.
You think the recent clown sightings have been off-putting? Wait
till Crepitus is unleashed onto the earth.
On a recent trip to Northern Michigan, we had the pleasure of
sitting down with creator and director of the upcoming horror film,
There was already a lot of buzz around this film prior to casting,
but once casting was complete, that buzz turned into a frenzy.
Along with Michigan natives, Mike Hard of Hell, Michigan and
Caitlin Williams of Cheboygan, they also snagged the young Raiden
Moore known for his roles in
the hit TV adaptation of Stephen King’s Haven as well as the Lizzie
Borden Chronicles, staring Christina Ricci.
Playing the part of the deputy, as well as a producer on the film,
is model/actor/film producer, Lance Paul of Bridgeport,
Connecticut. Lance is also the founder of Ginger Knight
Playing Mother in this nightmare is the young and beautiful, Jackey
Hall of Little Rock, Arkansas, known for her work on The Invited,
Biohazard: Patient Zero, Walking Dead, and Van Wilder: Freshman
And to round out this already fantastic cast is none other than Mr.
We all fell in love with Bill when he broke out onto the scene as
the unforgettable Chop Top in Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.
Recently he’s given us the chilling delight of playing Otis B.
Drifwood in the Rob Zombie films House of 1000 Corpses and the
Devils Rejects. Soon he will be terrifying audiences as the creepy,
killer clown, Crepitus.
When the moon is bright and you can catch a sight of his crooked
ol’ Crepitus pout, then you better run fast, cuz he’ll snatch your
ass, and eat all your insides out.
Many kudos to Mr. Eddie Renner, who along with his wife Sarah,
wrote the screenplay for this film. Longtime friend of our own
Dougy Fresh , (both Cheboygan, Michigan natives) Eddie is an
incredible artist who provided us with our wonderful cover photo
art work and could very well be making the artwork for the Blind
Pig Confessions Crepitus Ghost Pepper Stout which will be released
in limited addition for this film. You may just have to show up at
its premier to get some.
We wish Eddie Renner could have made this show along with Haynze
but we couldn’t persuade him to leave sunny Florida to be with us
for this one. But we’re sure we will be back with the Crepitus gang
again as the filming gets underway.
We had a blast talking horror and drinking brews all afternoon with
Haynze. Tune into hear more about Crepitus(and follow up plans) and
how you can become part of this soon to be horror classic.
We’d like to thank Alisa Doe-Klinger for hosting this show at the
UAW Black Lake (stayed tuned for the upcoming episode with Alisa)
and for fueling the show with some of the delicious craft brews
available at the Black Lake Golf Club.
Shout outs to Benjamin Slocum and Beard’s Brewery's Holy Diver,
Goodfellows Grill, and our friend Steven Welsh, whom you may know
better as Captain Smee of Attack of the Show.