Sunday, August 28, 2011

Freakling Bros.: Best in the west

I am not afraid to admit my own personal bias in certain situations.Which means I am not afraid to tell you that the haunted attractions put on by Freakling Bros. Horrorshows are the best I know.

Yes, I did a season there. In 2003, I was Toastie in "The Mortuary." If you'd asked me then who I played, I would have avoided the question in order to give you the best experience possible.

I am a huge fan of the work done by Duke and JT Mollner. I consider them heroes to me. I wish I could have worked for them more.

I don't live in Las Vegas anymore, so it is up to you to be the next group of potential cast members. You know you want to. And guess what? Auditions are this weekend.

So maybe you aren't quite up to being behind the mask. That's fine. The Mollners and what I am sure will be a superb 2011 cast need somebody to scare. I hope it's you.

I'm not blowing smoke here. Freakling Bros. pull out all the stops. Their shows are original and frightening. Yes, there are props, but the real scares rely on the human cast. Freakling Bros. doesn't take anyone off the street to put in one of their houses. Yo must be dedicated to the art of fright. That dedication translates directly into the experience of the victim customer.

So, if you are in Las Vegas and want to spend October scaring the hell out of people, sign up now. If you visit the Freakling Bros., let us know how this year's crop is.

And them Warning Signs and Toastie sent you.

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