Happy Halloween, guys and ghouls! Today’s Shirtless Saturday is a very delectable treat for you all. It’s Manuel Martinez completely naked in the upcoming film, Estigmas. That’s right. You’ve heard it right. Manuel Martinez. Is. Not. Wearing. Anything. At. All…
And as he is truly naked, please click on to see it
A few months ago, Pat sent me an email about a metal group composed of four Dallas Cowboys players called “Free Reign” and I’ve been meaning to post about it but just “forgot” about it. (I’m sorry, Pat!) Two days ago, Brad sent me a video link to one of the woofy band member being shirtless and reenacting a very memorable/disturbing scene from Silence Of The Lambs. You just have to see it for yourself…
Point is, I seem tend to focus on any news concerning big guys being shirtless… 😉
Now if there is a face that makes you want to describe as a “bullgoon,” then my dear friends that above photo of Stephen Peterman is a perfect example. I finally got to know who he was; I once posted his “unknown” photo here: Sometimes, You Just Wanna Say “Awwww”… But as a refresher, here is that unknown favorite photo again…
Speaking of LSU Tigers, chubby wonder twins John Goodman and Paul Rae are huge fans.
Stephen Peterman was then drafted by the Dallas Cowboys but he is currently playing for the Detroit Lions. Speaking of which, Detroit just got their first win yesterday, ending their 19-game losing streak (they haven’t won since December 23, 2007).
Thanks to John (from my previous David DeLuise post), he pointed us out as to where we could find some shirtless scenes of David DeLuise. That collage is taken from the Disney Original Movie, Wizards Of Waverly Place: The Movie. I have never watched the series before, but after watching the film, I have become an instant fan. Of course, it helps that daddy bear eye candy David DeLuise is in it… Here are some video clips of his shirtless scene as well as his adorably cute dancing scene…
Now let me go back. I just called David DeLuise a “daddy bear.” I am like 1 year younger than him yet for some reason, I have no issues calling him a “daddy bear.” While researching for further info about him, I stumbled upon this article:
David DeLuise works his magic in ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’
By Rick Bentley | McClatchy Newspapers
At a recent New York autograph signing by the cast of the Disney Channel series “Wizards of Waverly Place,” David DeLuise kept hearing the same thing from young fans: “I wish you were my dad.”
“I tell them that we can write a script and then their dad will act just like me,” says DeLuise in a telephone inter-view. “Of course my real daughter is standing behind me just rolling her eyes.”
What has caught the admiration of so many young fans is DeLuise’s fun-loving and caring portrayal of Jerry Russo, the dad to wizards played by Selena Gomez, David Henrie and Jake T. Austin on the cable series. Maria Canals-Barrera plays their mom, Theresa.
The fans will see a different side of DeLuise’s character in the Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie.”
As the story goes on the series, Jerry gave up his magical abilities when he decided to marry a mortal. A miscast spell turns back the romance clock to the time before Jerry and Theresa met, which means Jerry gets the old magic back.
While the children run around trying to reverse the spell to get back their parents, Jerry gets some use out of his magic.
“It was really fun to have my own wand. It was really cool because it had a handle. I am sure it’ll be in a toy store one day and I’ll have to buy one,” DeLuise says.
He uses the wand a lot because the movie has more than 300 special effects, more than the series.
Another change between the TV show and the movie: The series is shot entirely on a soundstage in front of a stu-dio audience but the two-hour movie was produced during six weeks in Puerto Rico, as if it were a feature film.
The switch from the TV style of shooting to a feature film approach was not that difficult for DeLuise, who has been in the movies “Dracula, Dead and Loving It,” “Kicking and Screaming” and “Robin Hood: Men in Tights.”
DeLuise, 37, began his career at the age of 8 when he played the son to his real father, Dom DeLuise, in the television movie “Happy.” He jokes that he had to audition for the role. Now it is his turn to be the veteran actor surrounded by youngsters.
“We have exceptional kids who are all super funny and super nice,” DeLuise says. “We got lucky. Selena has something you are just born with that is magical.”
(c) 2009, The Fresno Bee (Fresno, Calif.).
“I wish you were my dad.”
Oddly enough, I have that same wish yet at the same time I want a different type of “dad.” Again, this brings me to my theory that closeted gay men are basically missing (give or take) 15 years of their actual sexual lives. Let’s see, I’m currently 36, so subtract 15 and that makes me 21 years old. Yup, that’s about right. I should be looking for a partner and not a “daddy figure” but, hey, them’s the breaks. 😉
Alrighty then. -_^ With that tangent out of the way, here are further handsome photos of Mr. David DeLuise…
I love advertising, especially advertising that includes large and husky men. Well, I tend to hang around at AdsOfTheWorld to catch on such ads of studly pork & beefmuffins. To my pleasant surprise, I stumbled unto this Flickr Photostream called this is a BIG ad!. It is THE best place to see global advertising utilizing our beautiful hefty brethren. Sure some of the commercials are aimed to convince our big lugs to lose weight, but hey, we get what we can get, correct?
The following are just a delicious sampling of the ads he has collected in his Flickr Photostream… Big thanks to WOOF! Bear Blog for giving us the 411 on this awesome photostream.
So there’s a new blog I just started stalking following on Tumblr, and he goes by the nickname of WillZone. I never would have found out about him if the woofy The Pickup Bear did not reblog this photo of WillZone:
I then started to browse through it and, for some reason, the things he would be interested in suddenly became interesting to me as well. The dong works in mysterious ways. Anyway, while browsing his blog, I came upon his awesome video: “Kickass Baby!”
Lol. A Baby Jedi is definitely kickass! And WillZone is definitely one woofy, kickass bear…
Ever since I saw the low-budget film, 100 Tears, on DVD, not only did I become an instant fan of this ultra-gory slashfest, I also instantly fell in love with its writer/star, Joe Davison. Unlike modern slasher films, this movie does not shy away from the actual “kill moment” nor does it switch to computer trickery either. You see the incoming kill, you see what actually happens, and you then see its cringe-worthy results.
I really want to see what Joe can do with an actual Hollywood budget and I can only salivate on the what-ifs scenarios. I then continued to follow his progress in the difficult world of independent filmmaking and I am excited to learn that his new film, Experiment 7, will be released soon (unfortunately, just for the lucky guys and ghouls who can attend the Freak Show Film Fest in Orlando, Florida).
Being a horror fan who’s slowly losing his interest in the genre, it is passionate artists like Joe Davison who keep hooking me back in. 100 Tears was low-budget and it showed. However, it made up for down-to-earth acting and realistic gruesome special effects that never once used any digital manipulation. When I then saw him in Fearmakers, I was a bit disappointed with the film and its special effects as it actually relied on computer special effects which ended up looking really, well, “cheesy.” Still, it was worth the price of admission for seeing Joe Davison again in his leading-man role.
Being an unabashed Bruce Campbell fanboy, Joe Campbell is definitely up there in regards to horror genre heroes. As Bruce relies on slapstick humor, thanks to Sam Raimi’s patented campy Looney Tunes-like horror, Joe relies on the subdued type of humor. When I read on Mr. Davison’s biography, I found out that he used to be a comedian and his skills on that craft really show up in his films. In 100 Tears, there was a natural flow to the dialogue that I found completely endearing.
Anyway, there are three main reasons why I’m excited to see Experiment 7. One, is a given, but I’ll say it anyway: Joe Davison is flat-out amazingly handsome (this is also his directorial debut). Second, he’s playing a snappy-talking, gun-toting badass in an apocalyptic landscape (if I have any favorite type of literary thematic fetishes, that would be it). Check out the trailer below:
As part of my related ramblings, my Fallout 3 character was named JoeD in honor of Joe Davison. That then concludes my final reasoning as to why I’m excited to see this flick.
Here are three hilarious instructional videos from Mr. Davison channeling William Shatner on how to kill these “supernaturalalitism” (lol) creatures…
How To Kill A Werewolf
How To Kill A Vampire
How To Kill A Zombie
Finally, here are some photos of Joe Davison with his killer right dimple…
Okay, well, apparently, there are more. Here are some shirtless photos of the ever-woofy Joe Davison…