Kevin Neece confesses the story of his wicked life for the APD and the FBI, and it's the Scandal Biopic you've been waiting for. It's been described as Self-Destructive, Self-Delusional, and Surreal.
The Maker of Bad Goddess invites you to hear his Life Story. Butt Plugs and Lube have been appropriately mailed out to the creative staff of Alamo Drafthouse, Austin Public Access, the makers of Ah My Goddess, and the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality.
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Kevin Neece states, that hypothetically, if his book were ever to be adapted into an actual biopic, it should be approached in the same manner as Ken Russell's Altered States and Spike Jonze's Adaptation. It starts as a narrated biopic that follows the plot points of Kevin's life, not so different from the road trip through the ages structure of Goodfellas. And it progressively turns into a fantasy film about Ah My Goddess and the dangers of real life witchcraft ("Be Careful What You Wish For"), and there would be animated Bad Goddess segments throughout the film similar to Uncle Remus Brer Rabbit tales. The actors would also be playing double roles as the Zombie Life TV cast members as well. For example, Sean Gunn would be Michael Ludlow/Doctor What #3, Stephen Geoffreys would be Brenda Dickerson/Doctor What #2, Rip Torn would be Jim Neece/Saul Ravencraft, and Charlie Day would be Doctor What/Welsper. Kevin's pick for Josh Becker is Robert Wuhl, who played a fictional director that was based on Josh in Mistress. Kevin wouldn't want to see a deadly accurate portrayal of himself onscreen. He would've wanted a Jonah Hill comedy.that follows the plot points of his book. See more
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