I’ve known Tonjia Atomic for many years and I am very happy to announce her and Mi Chelle Nessk’s next instalment for the Women in Horror Month Massive Blood Drive PSAs.
These two are incredibly talented directors, multi-talented artists, and astonishingly hard working professionals. I don’t want to give away anything about their PSA, so just keep an eye out for cameos and lots of other fun (I guess grown up) stuff. Not 18A, but it gets pretty murdery.
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“Just A Prick” by Tonjia Atomic & Mi Chelle Nessk
Tonjia’s statement & bio:
It means a lot to me to be a part of the Women in Horror Month blood drive PSAs. As an anemic I am unable to give blood. Participating in the PSAs is a way for me to be able to contribute something by encouraging others to donate blood. I’m proud to be a part of this group of talented filmmakers. What better way than horror to remind us that we all bleed? After all, it’s in you to give.
Tonjia Atomic is an award-winning filmmaker, actress, musician, and writer. Her films include Plain Devil and Walking to Linas. Her writing has been featured in several online and print magazines. She’s in the bands Duet To-It, Huh-Uh, and Filthy Issue. Her most recent film, Manos Returns, is the sequel to the 1965 cult film Manos the Hands of Fate.
Michelle Nessk’s statement & bio:
I’m so grateful to have gotten to participate in the 2018 Women in Horror Massive Blood Drive PSA. I don’t give blood, I take it. Because I’m severely anemic, I depend upon the generosity of others to give in order to survive. This project has not only given me the opportunity to work with the incredible Tonjia Atomic (who also happens to be anemic), but to truly show my gratitude to all the heroes who open their veins to save lives. Thank you so much for letting us be part of this.
🖤 Michelle Nessk
Michelle Nessk is an award-winning indie horror filmmaker, dancer, musician, and artist out of the Pacific Northwest. Best known for their well-regarded & controversial first full feature film: O. Unilateralis, as well as the annual showcase series Horrors of the PNW. The showcase has premiered at Crypticon Seattle every year for the last five years, where Michelle plays horror host Zee Monsta. Much of Michelle’s work is laced with social commentary regarding rape culture and is often connected to charities and non-profits that focus on domestic abuse survivor advocacy. Their band ANU performs at various horror and sci-fi festivals in the Pacific Northwest. Michelle is the owner of production company Gloomy Sunday Productions and the horror publication The Blood Shed.
Christopher James Phillips
JACKEY RAYE NEYMAN JONES
Johnathan the Lonely
Cam Date Blair
Audrey Swinging Electra
Zee Monsta’s Victim
Christina Lynn Hendricks
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
Gloomy Sunday Productions
James Mahoney @ThuNiCo
Sound Jeff Morales
DP Conn Buckley
Editor, 2nd AD James Mahoney
1st AD Nadine L’Esperance
3rd AD Angie Faro
1st AC Britt Byrtus
Audio Editor Ken Webster
Score: Bryce Kain & Michelle Nessk
Color Correction Dave Patterson
MUA Christina Pezzo
Grip Ygal Kaufman
Key MUA, Wardrobe, Styling, SFX,
Assistant Editor, Casting Producer,
Art Director – Michelle Nessk
Wardrobe Assistant, Casting Producer, 2nd Art Director – Tonija Atomic
Lighting Nick Shargas
Hair Heather Geer
Art Poster Illustrators Mark McKenna
Blood Logo Graphic Designer
Production Assistants Christopher Barnes
Kevin Van Walk
Women in Horror
Twisted Twins Productions
Blue Mouse Theatre
Shannon Devine’s Illustrated Stories