DEADLY CINEMA
DEADLY CINEMA - THE MOVIE
DEADLY CINEMA: THE 10TH
ANNIVERSARY RECOLLECTION COLLECTION


JAMI DEADLY
ALEX FUHRMANN - "JENKINS"
DANTE MARTINEZ - "RAOUL"
DREW EDWARDS - "CHANEY"
MATTHEW MUHL - "CONGO ZIGGY"



"Deadly Cinema" was a hosted horror movie show with Jami Deadly,

Alex Fuhrmann as "Jenkins", Dante Martinez as "Raoul", Drew Edwards as "Chaney" and Matthew Muhl as "Congo Ziggy"; screened by NTTV in Denton, Texas from October 2003 till 28 October 2005, eight episodes in total. Other regulars included Zack Beseda and Bryan Kelly.

Deadly Cinema - DVD release
In 2005, a three disc DVD set of the complete series was released.

The DVD release included commentary, bloopers, advertisements and a documentary - "Fade to Pink: The Making of Deadly Cinema".

Deadly Cinema - The Movie

"Deadly Cinema - The Movie" was a comic adaptation of "Deadly Cinema" (television series) written by Matthew Muhl with art by Scott D.M. Simmons, that was produced on the show's fifth anniversary and released in 2008.

Deadly Cinema - The Movie (comic) from The Professor on Vimeo.

This is a clip of the first few pages.

Other
In 2010, Deadly Cinema premiered on Roku.
In 2011, Deadly Cinema premiered on YouTube.
In 2012, Deadly Cinema premiered on Facebook.
In 2013, Deadly Cinema premiered a collection of videos on YouTube
featuring never-before-seen cast interviews in celebration of the
show's 10th anniversary.

Deadly Cinema: The 10th Anniversary Recollection Collection

In 2013, a 10th Anniversary Recollection Collection video was uploaded to YouTube, featuring never-before-seen interviews with the cast.

Deadly Cinema The 10th Anniversary Recollection Collection from The Professor on Vimeo.

Jami Deadly, Matthew Muhl, Alex Fuhrmann, Zack Beseda and Bryan Kelly talk about the show:
origins, inspirations, characters, production and the cast.


Portrait of "Jami Deadly" by Dave Dunlap.





Portraits of "Jami Deadly" by Bradley Beard.
"Jami Deadly" - biography (taken from Bradley Beard's Facebook page)"
She's a dead ringer for Marilyn Monroe. Tonight I present Jami Deadly, hostess of Deadly Cinema on NTTV in Denton, TX. Her show aired from 2003 to 2005 and won a Texas Intercollegiate Press Association award for "Best Television Production" in 2005. On her show, Jami portrayed Vampira, America's first horror host, and was also featured in the "Vampira: The Movie" documentary, a tribute to the life of Maila Nurmi AKA Vampira.

Jami is a world renowned Marilyn Monroe tribute artist. She has been featured in numerous publications such as Rue Morgue, Low Rider, Bachelor Pad, among others. She has modeled for Poison Candy, Versatile Fashions, and numerous other clothing companies.

In 2005, Jami was awarded Scream Queen of the month by screamqueen.com.




The following are some clips from the show:

LINKS




Facebook: Dunlap Art
"Horror Host Artwork"



Internet Movie Data Base
"Deadly Cinema"

Internet Movie Data Base
"Jami Deadly"

Internet Movie Data Base
"Drew Edwards"

Facebook: Bradley Beard - Horror Host Artist
"Jami Deadly"

E-gors Chamber of TV Horror Hosts
"Jami Deadly"

Internet Movie Data Base
"Dante Martinez"

Internet Movie Data Base
"Matthew Muhl"

Geekademia
"Jami Deadly"

Model Mayhem
"Jami Deadly"


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