Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Hot Off the Presses!

Be sure to pick up the September issue of Northern Virginia Magazine, now on newsstands! There's a great feature article included on Chris Cooley and Ghosts Don't Exist!

It's a terrific piece written by
Buzz McClain, who also just happens to be the movie critic for Playboy Magazine! (Which makes it all the more fitting that the article is titled "'Skin Flick.") ;)

In other GDE news, word on the streets (those streets being 19th + Wilson, of course) is that the much-anticipated trailer is coming soon. Very soon. As in, this week. Stay tuned!

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Ghost Hunters: a Familiar Location!

If you watched Ghost Hunters on SyFy last night, you might have noticed something familiar. Jason, Grant, and the team investigated the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre in Prince William County, Virginia—the first location the producers of Ghosts Don't Exist visited when meeting John Warfield of DCMAG last October!

The DCMAG crew has documented numerous paranormal experiences in the historic courthouse and jail over the course of many investigations, and it was interesting to watch the TAPS team retrace our footsteps!

So, did they find anything? You'll have to watch the episode.

And what about us—did
we find anything? You'll have to wait for the DVD. ;) In the meantime, here are a few photos from our very first paranormal investigation—a tour of the Brentsville site with DCMAG, which ultimately led to their being used as consultants on the film!

We interviewed John Warfield at the Brentsville Courthouse for a bonus feature on the Ghosts Don't Exist DVD!

The Brentsville Jail... No lights, no electricity!

Aaron, Donnie, Eric, and Tanner in what is purportedly one of the most active rooms of the haunted Brentsville jail.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Composer: James T. Sale

It is with great pleasure that I announce the latest addition to the GDE family, our composer:

James T. Sale, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0757932/

His only personal info on IMDB simply states that he's an avid Washington Redskin fan -- I think he'll fit right in with our project. In fact, it was thecooleyzone.com that alerted him to our production and thank goodness for that. James has worked on an impressive collection of projects. Most recently on films such as Haunting of Molly Hartley, Fanboys, and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

James is from the Washington DC area and is now based out of Los Angeles. We are excited about his involvement and can't wait to hear what he whips up for GDE.