Posts Tagged ‘Ross McCall’

Paul J. Alessi – Acting Reel (Updated on 03.20.10)

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Paul J. Alessi – Acting Reel (Updated on 03.20.10) Scenes from Knuckle Draggers, A Line In The Sand, The Confession, Morphin(e) and Ten ’til Noon…. Reel by Shotgun Digital
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Paul J. Alessi Interview: Knuckle Draggers Producer

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Fresh off his “Best Actor” award at the Reel HeART International Film Festival in Toronto this past Saturday night (June 27th), Knuckle Draggers Producer/Actor Paul J. Alessi was gracious enough to take the time to answer a few questions for our readers in this exclusive interview Q&A. Alessi plays the co-lead role as Kyle, an abrasive divorced man who offers his “expert” advice on relationships to his struggling brother Ethan (Ross McCall)… READ MORE

Alpha Males Experiment – “well written and superbly acted…”

Monday, September 14th, 2009

Review by Pulp Movies

Ethan (Ross McCall) is a bit of a wimp. He’s an aspiring director with no work and not enough confidence to make any headway in his chosen field. In fact, the only thing he really has going for him is his girlfriend, Heather (Jennifer Alden) and when she walks out on him it’s not much of a surprise that he begins to go to pieces.

Fortunately – or not – his brother, Kyle (Paul J. Alessi) is on hand to help him pull himself together. However, while Ethan wants nothing more to re-establish his relationship with Heather, Kyle’s view of Ethan’s best interest is very different. Kyle’s attitude to … READ MORE

Knuckle Draggers will be screening at the 2009 Central Florida Film Festival…

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Knuckle Draggers will be screening at the 2009 Central Florida Film Festival September 4, 2009 at 5:00PM and Saturday the 5th at 2:45PM Tickets on sale now, Click Here

Film was a breath of fresh air….

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

Finally, an adult romantic comedy which examines the state of modern male/female relationships, through the male perspective. In Alex Ranarivelo’s film, Knuckle Draggers starring Ross McCall, Paul J. Alessi, Cuba Gooding Jr., Danielle Nicolet, Jennifer Alden and Amie Barksy, we see what couples actually want versus what they need, and how their needs may not have evolved much from those of our caveman ancestors.

This indie film was a breath of fresh air, especially watching each characters “evolve” throughout the movie. It works outside of mainstream but still has the… READ MORE