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Greg Anderson-Elysee

Gregory Anderson-Elysee is a Brooklyn born and based filmmaker (director and editor), playwright, comic book writer, model, and part time actor. He was one of the first writers and interviewers of The Outhouse. He is the writer and creator of the upcoming book Is'nana the Were-Spider. He can be found on Twitter and Facebook.


Drag Me To Hell Trailer

Drag Me To Hell Trailer

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on May 11, 2009

New Sam Raimi coming out later this month.

Disney's The Princess and the Frog

Disney's The Princess and the Frog

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on May 10, 2009

If you know me, you'd know that I'm a big fan of Disney flicks, more specifically the older 2D animation. Pocahontas, Hercules, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame being among my absolute favorites. Now for years I've been complaining to many people that I want to see a return to 2D animation for Disney again and this winter I get my wish. And not only that, but finally a black princess as the main character (also sharing the name with my best bud, Tiana) AND an evil Vodou priest voiced by the man Keith David!!!

Channelling Forth My Inner Brother Voodoo

Channelling Forth My Inner Brother Voodoo

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on May 7, 2009

Well, some of you know that I used to draw. Not as much as I used to but from time to time I'll still doodle. But I've never been really good at it. In art school I was always better doing stuff like sculpture, paper mache, all that kinda stuff. For a while I tried to get back into drawing because it's damn hard to find an artist when you're a writer, but that went nowhere.A few nights ago I was rewatching The Serpent and the Rainbow with one of my best buds, Nadia, and for some reason that excited me. I thought of Brother Voodoo, an underrated Marvel character and a favorite of mine. I really want to write a buddy book with Voodoo and Blade. I can definitely see it working out. At the same time I REALLY want to see a horror Brother Voodoo book with someone like David Hine, or Phil Hester, or Mike Carey writing and someone like Leonardo Manco or Ashley Wood on art. Damn, just think of the craziness!But yes, due to that excitement, I started drawing the character... then I did another... and another... and quite frankly I don't recall the last time I've been so excited about drawing so much. Man!So below are the Brother Voodoos I've been churning out for the past few days now...The next one has to be my favorite, thus far. Love the snakes. And if you look close enough, you'll notice a Batman voodoo doll. Ha!Wanted to do one of the Bro sitting on a throne looking scary with a woman on his lap. I was at my local comic shop and was getting idea suggesting from some friends. It came down to Witchblade, Jean Grey, or a zombie. I decided for a zombie Jean. Drawing didn't come out how I wanted it to, may do another draft later on.And lastly is some doodles I did in class yesterday in sound class. I keep trying to make Voodoo look scarier, but to not much avail or what I have in mind. These doodles seem to be pointing to the right path, hopefully. And I love the way the one on the bottom came out. May make it an actual drawing.

Blazing With Jesse Snider!

Blazing With Jesse Snider!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on May 1, 2009

    Today on Face To Greg we chat with Dead Romeo's Jesse Blaze Snider as we talk about the book, vampires, Baptized By Fire, horror flicks, etc etc! Jooooinnnn ussssssss..........

Image's Olympus Special Cover Previews

Image's Olympus Special Cover Previews

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on April 30, 2009

The great Nathan Edmonson forwarded me some awesone cover previews to share with my Face To Greg readers!

Rx Tales: Stories To Make You Feel Better Update!

Rx Tales: Stories To Make You Feel Better Update!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on April 11, 2009

Man! Last week I got some copies of the anthology and I was so excited to finally have it in my hands and read my script with a smile on my face! So excited! Thus far I've had some good feed back from a bit of folks who's read it and the manager of the comic shop franchise I go to became my very first customer and been telling folks about it and how he loved my story and how good the art was.If you're just joining in and have no idea of what I'm talking about, just check out these links below... http://gregae.blogspot.com/2008/10/rx-tales-stories-to-make-you-feel.htmlhttp://gregae.blogspot.com/2008/10/rx-tales-stories-to-make-your-feel.htmlIf anyone is interested in a copy, you can contact my cousin George at \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. who's selling them for 3 bucks. Hope all is well. Peace.

Oh, The Horror! #28: The Vampire Bat

Oh, The Horror! #28: The Vampire Bat

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on April 10, 2009

Haven't been watching as much horror flicks as I'd like to due to school getting in the way, etc. Still have some stuff to do during my spring break, but someone I know from the net sent me a link of some old classical horror films that he knew I'd love so I decided to check it out. Man, am I excited when I saw the flicks they have in their selection. He recommended The Vampire Bat which I just finished watching just a few minutes ago. Not bad at all. I felt it was a little slow at first, but man did it start to pick up by the second half of the movie. In a small village named Kleinschloss, each night a new murder is discovered. The towns people begin to believe that a vampire is at bay and causing the murders due to teeth marks on the sides of the neck. The main inspector on the case, Karl, is highly skeptical on this whole deal while Dr. Von Niemann cares for each of the victims. A strange mentally disturbed man by the name of Herman Gleib is the main suspect as the vampire due to his love of bats.After going after Gleib, more story details are discovered about this whole murder situation which I'll back off from spoiling. Not a great movie that keeps you on your toes but it's a good hour to spend when you have nothing to do. I did like some camera movements, especially in the beginning. The characters were very well done, Dr. Von Niemann and Herman being my absolute favorite, Herman being played by Dwight Frye, best known for playing Fritz in the original Frankenstein movie.. And boy, I wish I had some pop corn when the revelation of the murders started making sense.If you're a fan of the original King Kong, actress Fay Wray, the original scream queen, plays the love interest of Karl, who was played by Melvyn Douglas.Directed by Frank R. Strayer.

Holy Olympus with Nathan Edmondson!

Holy Olympus with Nathan Edmondson!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on April 6, 2009

      Today on Face To Greg, we discuss Image's upcoming Olympus writer, Nathan Edmonson, about the new book while I try to get some top secret info out of the book.

Oh The Horror! #27:

Oh The Horror! #27: "Barry"

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on April 3, 2009

Can I say, "EEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!"EW EW EW EW EWW!!!!!http://news.aol.com/article/giant-sea-worm/412269?icid=main|main|dl1|link3|http%3A%2F%2Fnews.aol.com%2Farticle%2Fgiant-sea-worm%2F412269April 2) - Staff at a British aquarium have captured a massive sea worm that had been terrorizing other aquatic life.For months, the 4-foot-long creature -- which staffers call "Barry" -- had been devastating coral reef at Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium, the Daily Mail newspaper reported Tuesday. The menacing monster also apparently injured a Tang fish.Initially, aquarium workers weren't sure what was harming the coral, which in some cases was cut in half. After weeks with no clues, they decided to take the display apart to see if they could find the culprit, the Mail reported.Workers laid bait traps, which were mysteriously destroyed in the night, as the glutton apparently devoured the fish hooks right along with the bait. Finally, staffers spotted the tropical worm, which bit through a 20-pound fishing line before staffers were able to successfully remove it from the tank.The creature is covered with nasty bristles that sting and can cause permanent numbness in humans, the newspaper said."Tt really does look like something out of a horror movie," Matt Slater, the aquarium's curator, told the Mail. "It's over 4 feet long with these bizarre-looking jaws."Slater said he suspects Barry arrived as a baby in a shipment from another aquarium. The worm now lives in his own tank.

Christopher Priest's Black Panther Run Petition

Christopher Priest's Black Panther Run Petition

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Blog on April 3, 2009

I'm attempting to start an online petition for Marvel to collect and trade the rest of Christopher Priest's 62 issue run of Black Panther. Thus far, only 12 issues have been collected and that was years ago. I know there are some Priest fans here. Help, signatures, and supports would be greatly appreciated. http://petitionspot.com/petitions/PriestBlackPanther

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