Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Monday, June 27, 2011
Produced by the Ronalds Brothers and Michael Z. Gordon
Directed by Brian Skiba
Friday, December 17, 2010
THE GRAVES written and directed by Brian Pulido (the horror flick we produced and co-star in) will premiere again on SyFy Sat. Dec. 19th at 4pm and will be released on BLU-RAY in JAN 2011
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Brian Ronalds and Dean Ronalds join Michael Z. Gordon as Producer's for Brian Skiba's DIRTY LITTLE TRICK starring Dean Cain, Christie Burson with Michael Madsen
Friday, April 9, 2010
JUDD NELSON stars in new Appisodes exclusively on the iPhone, iPOD Touch, and iPad available now at the iTunes store.
Want to have your cake and eat it too? Cupcake that is! Make a wish with Judd Nelson as Zander, and the HERE & NOW magic cupcake. With a quick blow or touch, extinguish the candle and make all your dreams come true. Then join Judd starring as the wish wielding Zander in the HERE & NOW Appisodes.
The Ronalds Brothers HERE & NOW is a sweet but wacky tale of what happens when an innocent birthday wish comes true starring Judd Nelson(Breakfast Club/The Boondock Saints II), with Traci Lords(Zach and Miri Make a Prono/Cry Baby), and special guest Alexis Arquette(The Wedding Singer/Pulp Fiction) and introducing Kevin Berman.
Also co-starring Clare Grant (Black Snake Moan), Sera D’ Laine (Wild Things 3), Amie Barsky (Knuckle Draggers, Miss Nobody) and Luke Eberl (Letters from Iwo Jima/Planet of the Apes).
- Make a wish Cupcake with Judd Nelson as Zander and blow out the candle on the magical cupcake and have your deepest dreams come true.
- Enjoy Appisode 1, THE WISH - the journey begins into this whimsical series starring Judd Nelson(Breakfast Club/The Boondock Saints II) and Kevin Berman who plays David, a barbershop owner stuck in a rut and looking for a second lease on life.
- Exclusive behind the scene photos of the making of “HERE & NOW”
- About the Cast and Crew
- Which Appisode did you love the best? Share on Twitter, Facebook, or Email.
HERE & NOW was directed by Brian Ronalds and Dean Ronalds, written by The Ronalds Brothers and Gregory Seki. Produced by Paul J. Alessi (Knuckle Draggers) of Alessi Films and The Ronalds Brothers. Co-Produced by Gregory Seki of Ronalds Brothers Productions and Amie Barsky of Alessi Films. Loren Savitsky is the Director of Photography.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
The Graves is written and directed by independent comic book legend Brian Pulido (Chaos! Comics, Lady Death, Evil Ernie) and produced by Mischief Maker Studios, Brian and Dean Ronalds of Ronalds Brothers Productions (Netherbeast, Inc.). Production Design by Francisca Pulido. Director of Photography Adam Goldfine.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Here & Now – New Web Series By Ronalds Brothers Starring Judd Nelson – Preview And Exclusive Producton Images
First Report from www.areyouscreening.com
by MARC EASTMAN
You may know the their Undead Office Comedy , which wasreleased with a limited theatrical and is now available on DVD.NetherBeast Incorporated stars Darrell Hammond (SNL), Dave Foley(Kids in the Hall), Jason Mewes ( 1 and 2), Judd Nelson, and Robert Wagner. You might also know them as co-writers on the second season of Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.for
In early October, the Ronalds brothers will be putting out a new web series starring Judd Nelson, and this one looks like a winner. In a sense similar to Lisa Kudrow’s Web Therapy, looks to be the kind of show that is really going to push the boundaries of the web series as a vehicle. As things keep progressing, and we move nearer to the accepted legitimacy of the medium, it is efforts like this that will provide the rungs for the ladder.
I had a chance to check out the script, and I really liked what I saw. From overall concept, to the framing of each webisode, to the dialog, and more, the show looks to have solid potential. Web series are a trickier game than a lot of people might think, and working out the run of the show is deceptively complicated. You’ve got to hook people quick, and you can’t let up for a second. You’ve also got to convince them to tune in for the next installment, and it’s all a much different game than appealing to an audience on their couches. Even if someone is going to bail out on a regular show, they’re incredibly likely to give it a chance well beyond the entire runtime of a webshow.
For all that web series are not generally given the respect they deserve, they are a game of pop, quality, making every second count, and nailing everything… they can’t afford not to be, because man that mouse click is a tempting beast.
I think this one shows a mindset that really understands the medium, and with the people involved, they just might bring this one home in a big way. I highly recommend keeping your ears open for Here & Now, and checking it out come October. I will be, and I’m sure I’ll be posting more info and hopefully some previews as such becomes available.
A bit from the press release -
HERE & NOW is a whimsical web series with a comedic flare. The series stars Judd Nelsonwho plays a guy that looks like Judd Nelson, and even though he isn’t, on occasion, he uses “Judd’s” identity to woo the ladies. Playing opposite Nelson is Kevin Berman who plays David, a barbershop owner stuck in a rut and looking for a second lease on life. This is a sweet but wacky tale of what happens when an innocent birthday wish comes true. Guest Stars include Traci Lords (Zac and Miri Make a Porno, Cry Baby), Alexis Arquette (Pulp Fiction), Clare Grant(Black Snake Moan), Sera D’ Laine (Wild Things 3), Amie Barsky (Knuckle Draggers, Miss Nobody), Luke Eberl (Planet of the Apes). “The Wish” is the first episode of this series set to hit the Internet in early October.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Monday, July 20, 2009
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Thursday, June 4, 2009
Ronalds Brothers Productions and Locked Horns Productions presents COWBOY DREAMS Red Carpet LA Premiere
Among the filmmakers I've met who have cut their teeth in the Valley of the Sun areBrian and Dean Ronalds. They started out making short films, graduated to the featureNetherbeast Incorporated (now available on DVD), and recently wrapped up a horror movie they produced called The Graves, directed by Brian Pulido and starring and Bill Moseley.The brothers just informed me that has signed them up as writers for his sitcom, Meet the Browns, which has its on June 17th.“We had just started commuting back and forth from Gilbert [Arizona] to L.A. in January when we got the call from our manager,” Dean says. “After a few meetings with the executive producer and head writers for the show, the next thing we knew, we were on a plane to Atlanta.”And even though Netherbeast and The Graves aren't exactly in the Madea wheelhouse, Brian Ronalds says that because of Perry's independent status, there's still a lot to learn from the guy. “I know we’re nowhere near his level, but we were very inspired and our dream would be to create a sizeable studio in Arizona as Mr. Perry did in Atlanta.”Good for those guys. They've busted their asses for years, so I'm happy to see it pay off for them.
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Set in present day. Arizona, The Graves is a horror / thriller flick about two inseparable sisters whose visit to remote Skull City Mine turns into a mind-bending fight for survival against menaces both human -- and supernatural.
THE GRAVES stars Clare Grant (Masters of Horror), Jillian Murray (The Fun Park), Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre II), D. Randall Blythe (Lamb of God “Screamer”) and Tony Todd (24, Candyman).
THE GRAVES is written and directed by Brian Pulido (Chaos! Comics, Lady Death, Evil Ernie) and produced by Mischief Maker Studios, Brian Ronalds and Dean Ronalds of Ronalds Brothers Productions (Netherbeast, Inc.). Production Design by Francisca Pulido. Director of Photography Adam Goldfine.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
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Monday, April 27, 2009
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