| You're mom won't like 'em.
Bro. George has over 15 years experience in film,
video and script production. Truly the force in the initial production
of the early Brains on Film episodes, George also produced the
critically acclaimed independent film 100 Proof, which played
at the Sundance Film Festival among many notable achievements.
As bass player in Ted Bundy's Volkswagon, he was know for his
pre-gig bowel movements among other things. Bro. George also produced
Dusk 'til Dawn: Kentucky's Rural Drive-In Theaters, and countless
other educational and commercial videos. The Bro. currently has
scripts floating all around L.A. and may explode any second. A
"real" director, a editor best described as ploddingly
slow, Bro. George is the BOF worrier. His daily regiment includes
at least 7 hours in the steam room, an enema and 45 chicken wings.
If Bro. George wants something he usually just takes it, so ladies
hide your shoes.
Web geek, talk radio host, rock star, Larry has
15 years experience in what can best be described as communications.
Along with Bro. George, the other original "Brain," Tread was
along on the early episodes of the first shows and co-produced
Dusk 'til Dawn, the two then had a modicum of success in the oft-referred
to Ted Bundy's Volkswagon, a loud rock band. A brief stint as
bar-owner then lead to a career in talk radio only to wind up
back on the computer as an award winning graphic designer and
web developer. Rumor has it you can still catch him talking trash
on an a.m. radio near you. A superficial asshole, Tread is responsible
for the way things look at Brains on Film. The web design, shirt
design, hair styles and clothing are all handled in dictator-like
fashion by Prof. Tread. A former dresser for Waylon of "Waylon
& Madame" fame, Tread is 100% dude, so whatever you do
don't bring up fast dancing.
Jumpin' Joe's checkered past has included managing
an independent alternative radio station, fronting countless rock
bands, endless hours of bad movie consumption, frequent talk radio
guest spots and most notably he is a walking film encyclopedia.
The latest edition to the Brains on Film on air cast, Jumpin'
is best described as lethal. Expect brilliance. Jumpin's Pro Wrestling
collection rivals Vince McMahon's collection of sweaty jocks.
Jumpin' Joe's frontman skills were honed behind the mic with such
notable bands as The Stuck Pigs, Luche Libre and BabyShit Brown.
Jumpin' has taken on the role of "Nice Guy" in the BOF
camp. While the other 2 ego-maniacs spend time pissing folks off,
Jumpin' can be found buying Bob Z'Dar drinks, knocking back a
spring water with Ron Jeremy or getting a $10 table dance for
$5...ever the sweetheart Joe was voted "Most Likely To Quit
the Show" in a recent Gallup Poll.