Horror Icon of the Month: Tyler Mane
This month’s Horror Icon can simply be described as “towering”. He stands as tall as a giant and is one of the nicest people we have ever met. He’s been a wrestler, a mutant, and even a killer. Of course we refer to Tyler Mane and below you find out a little more about him and why he is a mainstay in horror now.
Tyler Mane and Renae Geerlings Talk “Compound Fracture”, Music, and More
“We just watched Compound Fracture on the big screen in the screening room,” smiles Tyler Mane. “When it ended, I got chills. It was so amazing and surreal to see a picture I put together on the big screen like that.”
Tyler Mane’s ‘Compound Fracture’ Completed, Screening In Los Angeles
Tyler Mane principal of Mane Entertainment and star of Rob Zombie’s Halloween & Halloween II, will host an exclusive screening of Compound Fracture next Tuesday September 25, 2012. There’s no word on where this screennig is, but we’ll try and find out.
Tyler Mane Hosts ‘Compound Fracture’ Screening
You may know Tyler Mane from playing Michael Myers in Rob Zombie’s Halloween & Halloween II and Rufus in The Devil’s Rejects, but he is also a filmmaker and releasing his first project Compound Fracture, through Mane Entertainment. Mane wrote and starred in the film along with his wife and Halloween II actress, Renae Geerlings. The cast also includes two men behind the slasher mask, Derek Mears of Friday the 13th fame and Muse Watson from I Know What You Did Last Summer. Mane will be screening the movie Tuesday September 25, 2012 in L.A. and has a second feature in the works.
Set Report: Compound Fracture
It seemed to become unnaturally windy as soon as I arrived at the crew parking lot for COMPOUND FRACTURE. Roughly 50 miles Northwest of Los Angeles, I soon found myself somewhat in the middle of nowhere or as the locals call it: Piru, California. The film’s main location sat perched up on a hill, mostly hidden from my car which seemed over a mile away. With the knowledge that I was about to spend the day with Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees and Ben Willis (aka the hook killer from I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER), I laughed off a prayer I’d make it out alive.
Tyler Mane, Derek Mears and Muse Watson Star in Compound Fracture
Shooting is underway on the supernatural thriller Compound Fracture, starring Tyler Mane (Halloween), Derek Mears (Friday the 13th) and Muse Watson (I Know What You Did Last Summer).
Derek Mears and Tyler Mane meet Riki Lindhome and Jeff Kendrick
Everybody remembers the films that scared or jarred them just as much as they remember the first time they heard their favorite song. Obviously, Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers have a different effect on the psyche than Marvin Gaye and Frank Sinatra do, but the principle is the same. You recall the first time you jumped in a freaky movie, in the same manner you recall the first time you heard “Smells Like Teen Spirit” or Garfunkel & Oates’ “Sex with Ducks” for that matter.
Canadian Film Can Rival Any Hollywood Comedy
The Montana Kid (Paul Gross) rides into town with his hands tied, and a noose around his neck. He’s half dead, caked in filth, and covered in a stench that burns the eyes. He’s also angry, arrogant and armed. In other words he’s an American from the old west.
Press Release: Tyler Mane to Guest on Hard Rock Nights
Tyler Mane is the special guest on the next episode of Hard Rock Nights, October 23-29. Mane is best known for his role as Michael Myers in Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween 2, and has just started his own production company which will begin filming the horror film Penance Lane next year.
Audio Interview: Rock and A Hard Place featuring Tyler Mane
We had the pleasure of talking to one of the coolest guys in the entertainment business. He was “Big Sky” in the WCW, then he turned to acting and has done a number of films. His biggest and most memorable roles were as Sabertooth in the “X-Men” films and Michael Myers in the Rob Zombie “Halloween” remakes. Now he’s starting his own production company Mane Entertainment that will be producing great quality lower budget films.