In filmmaker Bill Posley’s words, “Black people have been the first ones dying in horror films for long enough.” And so he raised the money to create the first cinematic black masked serial killer… Bitch Ass. The feature was shot in the early months of 2021, with Posley turning to Indiegogo this month to raise funds to finish post-production. And fandroids, Posley’s talent is worth it. I first met Bill at Cinequest when he and his partner Honora Talbott presented their short “We Know Where You Live.” Last night Bill sat down to talk about his first horror feature, Bitch Ass, its inspiration, and what’s coming next for his thought-provoking and hilarious one-man show “The Day I Became Black.” Enjoy — and back Bitch Ass.
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In addition to running Fanboy Planet, Derek has written for ActionAce, Daily Radar, Once Upon A Dime, and The Wave. He has contributed stories to Arcana Comics (The Greatest American Hero) and Monsterverse Comics (Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave). He performs with ComedySportz San Jose and ShakesBEERience, in addition to occasional screenwriting and acting jobs. If you ever played Eric's Ultimate Solitaire on the Macintosh, it was Derek's voice as The Weasel that urged you to play longer. You can buy his book "I Was Flesh Gordon" on the Amazon link at the right. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.