Set in the possibly not too distant future, “We’ve Forgotten More Than We Ever Knew” is a post-apocalyptic science fiction drama involving three main characters. No character has a name nor a defined concrete history of who they are or where they have come from. As such, the characters have developed stories for themselves and
Crypt TV has distributed a new short film guest starring Doug Jones as Kripke called “No Touching”. The short features Zoë Bell as Jackie, Heidi Moneymaker as Michelle, Jake Busey as Carp, Kevin Daniels as R.C., Jackson Spidell as Demon Nick, Cale Schultz as Ghast Lee, Dennis Keiffer as Monster Russ, and Tracie Thoms as Blair.
As a writer, creator, producer, director, editor, and more, Mikeal Burgin is a man of many talents. With his own production company, Okapi Pictures, Burgin has crafted multiple films by a combination of passion and talent. One of his latest endeavors, “My Friend Max”, stars Doug Jones and Burgin’s daughter Kaylynn Burgin. “My Friend Max”
A question that Doug is commonly asked in interviews is ‘What is one role you’ve always wanted to play, but have not had the chance to?’ His answers have remained the same for years… – Skellington Jack in a live Broadway adaption of “A Nightmare Before Christmas”… – A white-winged, gentle, healing angel… And, of
Doug Jones has always been fond of working with young artists, students, and independent film makers. Lately he has taken on quite a number of small roles in independent films (many of which are, if all goes according to plan, set to be released throughout 2015). His latest project is a science fiction thriller /