February 26th, 2015


James Marsters to tackle horror puppets again in ABRUPTIO! | @HorrorSociety

James Marsters to tackle horror puppets again in Abruptio!

James Marsters to Voice Male Lead in ABRUPTIO

Sweet Home Films is bringing the art of puppetry back to the big screen with Abruptio, a horror/thriller acted entirely with lifelike puppets. James Marsters (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel”) will voice the male lead character Les Hackel, a guy down on his luck who wakes to find an explosive device has been implanted in his neck. He must carry out heinous crimes in order to stay alive, while trying to unravel the mystery behind the mastermind manipulating the now twisted and strange world around him. The film was penned by Evan Marlowe (“Blood Rush”) who is also set to direct.

Abruptio is bringing back a form of cinema that has been somewhat lost with so many current films relying heavily on CGI. A fan of Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, Marlowe hopes to do this art form justice while catering to a broader audience. Evan’s wife, Kerry Marlowe, and Martin Lee White will be producing this exciting new project, with Janine Hook, a London-based artist and puppet maker, designing and creating the characters. With production scheduled to begin later this year in Los Angeles, audiences can anticipate a crazy and wild ride which Abruptio promises to bring.

For more information on Sweet Home Films, please visit: http://www.sweethomefilms.com/.


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James Marsters may best be known for the role of Spike, the cult favorite punk-goth vampire that he played for six seasons on the series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and then on the final season of the spin-off show “Angel.”  He is a headlining fan favorite at conventions worldwide honoring the show and sci-fi genre.

As a sci-fi favorite, Marsters recurred on the series “Smallville,” playing the role of Brainiac, an android who causes a rift between Clark Kent and Lex Luthor.  He was also seen in his recurring role on the hit BBC America show “Torchwood,” playing the ruthless and sexually deviant Captain John. Marsters has also recurred on the CBS series “Without a Trace,” as well as, the SyFy channels hit series “Warehouse 13”.   He was last seen in season 2 of “Witches of East End”.   He also starred in the USA Network’s original movie “Cool Money.”

On the big screen, Marsters filmed the live action adaptation of the hit Japanese video game “Dragon Ball,” in which he portrayed Lord Picolo, the evil war lord set on destroying the earth.  Other film credits include “PS I Love You,” with Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler and “The House on Haunted Hill.”

Born in the remote northern logging town of Greenville, California, and raised in Modesto, Marsters went on to study acting at the prestigious Juilliard School.  He began his professional career in the theater, performing in such plays as “The Tempest” and “Red Noses” at Chicago’s renowned Goodman Theater.  Marsters later starred on the Los Angeles stage in an original play titled “The Why,” produced by Noah Wyle.  

In addition to his acting career, Marsters is a successful singer/songwriter.  He is the front man of theband Ghost of the Robot, which sold out tours on an international level.  He also completed a triumphant tour of the UK and Australia, in conjunction with the promotion of his solo album, “Civilized Man.”

James looks forward to meeting all his fans in Melbourne and the Gold Coast!

James will conduct a general admission Q&A each weekend, and participate in signing and photo* sessions throughout each Saturday (10:30am to 5:30pm) and Sunday (11:00am to 5:00pm) in both cities. Please see the event guide for times and locations.

*Autograph ($40 each) and photograph ($50 each) fees apply.

James will also play a Saturday night concert in each city, from 6:30pm. You can pre-purchase tickets from Moshtix for $25 or at the door on the night for $30.

Guest confirmed, health and other commitments pending.