In addition to starring as one of the taciturn heroes, Carter receives producer and story credit on the movie, which was written by Sawyer Perry and directed (well, kind of) by Danny Roew.Said story actually amounts to an amalgamation of familiar tropes, as if someone chewed up synopses to “The Magnificent Seven” and “Beowulf” and then belched them out.Ashley Parker Angel was born Ashley Ward Parker, the child of Darren and Paula Parker, and raised in the town of Redding, California. Ashley was named after the fictional character Ashley Wilkes, his mother’s favorite character from Margaret Mitchell’s 1936 novel Gone with the Wind, and the classic film of the same title.
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Being cheap, of course, is ostensibly part of the kick, but even by those standards “Dead 7” sounds like a description of how much was spent on production, with a climactic battle in a “town” that amounts to a couple of shacks.
Most of the budget seemingly went into the endless gunning down of Apocalypta’s minions, and honestly, once you’ve seen a few dozen zombie heads blown up at close range, you’ve seen ‘em all.
It is rough when you have the biggest crush ever on a celebrity who has no idea who you are.
It is even rougher knowing that they will never actually know who you are and how perfect the two of you would be as a couple.
O-Town’s story began in 1999, when TV network, ABC, produced the very first musical reality show in major network history.
“Making the Band” was produced in conjunction with Lou Pearlman, creator of both the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC .
(With her shaved head, tattooed face and voodoo-tinged speech pattern, Apocalypta bears an odd resemblance to Geoffrey Holder in “Live and Let Die.”) Somebody has the bright idea to gather a team to take on Apocalypta, and the group is haphazardly assembled, while being introduced with stylized bits of animation and music seemingly intended to look like outtakes from “Sin City.” The gang includes Carter as Jack, Jeff Timmons as his brother, Carrie Keagan as the woman who has dallied with them both, Joey Fatone as the boozing Whiskey Joe (best line: “They’re everywhere! ”) and Erik-Michael Estrada as a sword-wielding samurai type.