“Hell’s Kitty” is a comedy horror web series based on true-life events about Nick, a Hollywood writer, whose love life is jeopardized by his hellacious cat named Angel. People believe Angel is a devil. Even Nick’s best friend and neighbor, Adam, (movie extra and slacker) is convinced that Angel needs to be exorcised. But Nick adores his cat, and defends her despite all the obvious ominous warnings.
There are other problems besides Nick’s possessed pussy. Nick never gets any sleep because the downstairs neighbor, a nameless recluse and horror movie make up artist, stays up all night making strange noises, and leaving traces of blood in the hallway. Worse, Angel scratches his neighbor, Lisa, a girl Nick once dated, and Lisa is threatening to sue. But as strange supernatural events take place, and people start disappearing, Nick must do something to prevent further catastrophes before his life becomes a living hell.
It stars Angel (the cat), Nicholas Tana, Lisa Younger, Adam Rucho with guest stars: Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog); Doug Jones (Hell Boy); Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes); Ashley C. Williams (The Human Centipede); Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel); Nina Hartley (Boogie Nights); Lee Meriwether (Batman); Billy Oberst Jr. (Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies).
It was so much fun shoot and the cast and crew were very nice. I’ve been a fan of the show since it started airing. Being onset was amazing, it was like a “Scream Queen” re-union.
Actually, I love to travel and have a passport ready and waiting for a project. I loved being an Army brat and we moved about every three years. The only bad thing was that I had to relearn to love flying. When my sisters and I were waiting for my dad to come back from Desert Storm, the planes and landing times got mixed up. So, there was my poor mom with four little girls sobbing because daddy didn’t get off the plane. We thought he wasn’t coming home, it was quite traumatizing and it took a while to not be upset about flying.
Matt Chassin – He is the most amazing man I have ever met and I am so grateful to the people that recommended me to him. If he had not become my manager, A Blood Story and Lamb Feed might had become my last films. Matt has restored my faith in acting and the film world.
Well, there were a couple of reasons actually. I think the most dramatic is that two days before I shot A Blood Story, I had my braces removed and it changed the shape of my jaw line. They were on for almost three years and it sure wasn’t for cosmetic reasons. I also had premature gray, lots of it, which runs on the Norwegian side of my family and felt that going back to blonde was a good choice. I box and I train at a gym every day, which with being careful what I eat, get my sleep and not drinking, has really helped shape my body and mind. Which, in the long run, helps my acting.
The BEST on set? any time I am in front of the camera, interacting with people. Off set? that would be when I am relaxing, watching a movie with my cats.
The Worst on set? well, that is in the past and I have learned from my mistake. Off set? when I got called,”an up and coming nothing.” by another actor. It was very upsetting at the time.
Nope, never. If you look on IMDB, there aren’t a lot of Melanie’s and Robel isn’t a real common name. I think Melanie Robel has a nice sound to it.