Miscellaneous

Pirromount continues Producing Judy Tenuta Series


by Mark Pirro    • May 12, 2015
Judy Tenuta and her accordion in Pirromount Web Series "The World Accordion to Judy"

Over the past few months, we have been producing a series of Judy Tenuta videos – 18 so far, entitled “The World Accordion to Judy.” The videos cover a wide range of topics from various holidays like Easter and St. Patrick’s Day to basic rants about celebrities who no longer look like they used to  [ Read More ]

movie slate held up marking the first day of filming on Pirromount's "Rage of Innocence."

I have a lot to say about this, but I’ll try to keep it brief (and most likely will not succeed).  Many have asked me over the years why after nearly ten feature films, I have never considered going SAG (ie becoming a signatory with the Screen Actors Guild).  The short answer is simplicity.  Movie  [ Read More ]

Director Mark Pirro and actress Stef Dawson filming a clinic scene for Pirromount's "Rage of Innocence" (2014)

So around the beginning of July we were filming a scene at the beach and our actress Stef Dawson gets stung in the water by a stingray.  We all rush to the shore and immerse her foot in hot water to alleviate the pain.  However, that doesn’t work out very well and we decide to  [ Read More ]

Stef Dawson as Raven in Rage of Innocence

We had our second day of principal photography on our film “Rage of Innocence,” and it was our first day working with the extremely talented Tammy Klein (Law and Order, L.A.) and the equally talented Stef Dawson.  We shot five scenes and I couldn’t be more delighted.  We have some excellent talent in this movie  [ Read More ]

I guess that makes me a pioneer


by Mark Pirro    • March 14, 2013

A cool article came out the other day talking about how us low budgeteers of the 80’s and 90’s sort of paved a way for the digital filmmaker of today.  You can see the article here. I will grant that back in that time, there weren’t a great deal of DIY (do it yourself) filmmakers,  [ Read More ]

The entrance to Bronson Cave, famous for the TV series Batman

Located in the heart of Hollywood, this famous location has been seen in numerous movies and television shows. It’s probably most famously known for as the entrance to the Batcave in the 60’s Batman TV series.

This was the church location used in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill films. It’s located in Lancaster, California and still functions as a working house of worship.

Trailer to Pirromount’s Rectuma

Those of you who came to see the unedited South Park episode 201, I must regretfully inform you that we have been forced by the pussies that be to take it down.  We originally posted this video because, unlike them, we are not afraid of terrorists, Al Qaeda, Talaban or suicide bombers.  We felt very  [ Read More ]

Eve (Mary Moorefield) tastes the forbidden mushrooms and commits the first sin

Here are some production stills from Curse of the Queerwolf Click on images to zoom in/out  

Castle Set From Mark PIrro's Polish Vampire

Here are a collection of production stills from A Polish Vampire in Burbank.  Click on images to zoom in or out.       Various shots from castle set

Scott MacLachlan and John Armstrong as Abraham and Isaac in Pirromount's 2009 comedy "The God Complex."

Hey everyone, sorry I’m a little late with this month’s update.  I know you sit by your computer with baited breath waiting month after month for my updated insights of wisdom, and I hate to keep you hanging.  It’s been a busy couple of months for me and the time sort of slipped away.  As  [ Read More ]

Here’s your chance to get four of our classics; two vintage and two recent. In the future, I may package my four remaining movies; Nudist Colony of the Dead, Color-Blinded, Deathrow Gameshow and Buford’s Beach Bunnies. We’ll see. Since I don’t officially hold the rights to Deathrow Gameshow and Buford’s Beach Bunnies, that boxed set  [ Read More ]

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