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Interview: Pamela Moore (Singer/Musician) (September 2017)

Pamela Moore is a solo musical-artist from Seattle, USA. She also found fame with the band Queensryche in 1988'sOperation: Mindcrime. She has also been a great vocalist (in my eyes) and continues to make music - starting in the early 80's with Solo Albums and Musical experience and style changes!
Tell me a bit about the NEW up-and-coming Album? Well,  without saying too much…  the new album is being mastered right now, design for the cover artwork is underway and once all that is finished we will be announcing the name of the album and a release date with pre sales 3 months prior to the release date.   I’ve invited some stellar musicians to join me and I can’t wait for everyone to hear it!  Casey Grillo (Kamelot) on Drums, Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy Osborne, Quiet Riot, Whitesnake) on Bass, Randy Piper (W.A.S.P.) on Guitar and “spoken voice”, and Ralf Scheepers (Primal Fear) sharing his voice on a duet, with my guitar players and co-writers,  Michael Posch and Craig Church.
What Singers I…

Trailer Released for: "FOR THE LOVE OF GODZILLA" (2017) - A Film Documentary!! (September 2017)

For the Love of Godzilla is A MrSheltonTV Production on Youtube. It's a Film Documentary focusing on Godzilla Fans from around the world and made by G-Fans, too. The release date in November, 3rd - 2017 online and below is the Trailer.

Trailer Released for: “Mad Women in My Attic! A Cabaret of Musical Lunacy” (September 2017)

Cabaret performer Monica Salvi and filmmaker Samantha Oči have partnered up to create an eccentric promotional video for the upcoming stage show “Mad Women in my Attic! A Cabaret of Musical Lunacy” - which is due to be performed in London and New York in October 2017.
Shot in London’s Murder Mile Studio (a renowned alternative venue and S&M Dungeon) the trailer is full of dark humour. Miss Salvi describes it as “Hammer Horror meets Rocky Horror meets Alice Cooper” - citing these influences as her greatest inspirations whilst growing up. Paired with the dark and dramatically lit atmospheres that characterise Miss Oči’s cinematography style, the trailer seeks to conveys a small taste of what is to come with Miss Salvi’s full theatrical show.
Miss Salvi had this to say about the trailer and forthcoming show: “I think we all have a trigger for madness within ourselves to some degree, and the more we acknowledge it, explore it and allow our ‘emotional madness’ to come out in a healthy …

From Avant - to - BeYond Macabre!! (Film-Making) (September 2017)

It’s taken about 18 Months to get to this Point... I started AVANT-MACABRE in March 2016. I went on to do Grand Macabre later that summer in August. In 2017 after start and stops, I finished my Short Film Trilogy with Beyond Macabre.
It’s NOT been easy... like I said, Start/Stop, Start/Stop in focusing talents and direction to make a better saga each time!
Avant-Macabre was developed from pieced-together film making and lack of direction, but it got made and the film was set to Poetry by Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc and Gary Baxter and myself. It wasn’t a bad effort on my behalf, but a follow-up would come in Grand Macabre (2016).
GM was a great effort I felt, once I actually came back to the film and employed the VFX of Davy Simmons. It worked a lot better even though YES there may have been room for improvement, but IT finally worked and started to slot into place as a short film.

Beyond Macabre finally came about, again, Start/Stop, etc. when my Communication and some confidence emerged…

New Trailer: Beyond Macabre (2017) - Coming Soon!! (September 2017)

Below is the Trailer for Beyond Macabre (2017) - the third MACABRE Film. BM Follows Avant-Macabre (2017) and Grand Macabre (2016). The new Experimental/Horror Short stars Dylan Knight, Alex Reed and Steven Chamberlain. It's a story about a man slowly going out of his Mind? However, is it in his Mind? Is it reality? Are the Clowns out to get him?

Why I Left Past Projects (Gore Feast)!! Indie Horror (September 2017)

In April this year, I felt the need to step aside from the Indie Film Scene. I was very ill with a chest infection, I was down in the dumps and basically NOT creating. This was a hard time and felt grounded to my home and couch not knowing where I was going. Projects were put on hold and I felt very neglected and on my own.
I went to EM-Con eventually just to chill out and meet actor friend, Alex Reed. I felt as though I didn't want to be around BIG crowds and felt closed in and Anxious. Afterwards, and very shortly, myself and Alex went for a Coffee around Nottingham. I was going through my own changes and felt very alone. I explained to Reed that I had to leave-be a previous film Project due to my health concerns and stress levels. He understood and we just talked over a Coffee or two around Nottingham.

I took time out and needed it! I felt badly beaten emotionally and I felt as though I was going through personal changes in my life! My thoughts were getting impulsive and Negat…

Happy Birthday: MrSheltonTV + Camden Film Fair - Caroline Munro! (September 2017)

Happy Birthday to MrSheltonTV. Yesterday, Actor Alex Reed and myself returned back to London to go back to The Camden Film Fair @ The Electric Ballroom. Now, I'll admit, it'd been a while and I was taken back a little bit in London. I had to step outside and wipe away a few tears at the time, but it what an awesome day in Camden, again!!
I was reunited with Emma Dark (Salient Minus Ten [2017] - Trailer), Merlyn Roberts, Gary Baxter, Chris (DidactOfDeath) and Friends. I also got to meet the lovely Caroline Munro for the first time after hearing so much about her and seeing her films growing up.

The previous evening, Reed and Myself had watched Slaughter High (1986) and reviewed the film below in a Vlog for Youtube. Thank You London, Camden... I miss you, all ready!! Thank you for the Birthday wishes.