As I stumble through this life, help me to create more laughter than tears, dispense more cheer than gloom, spread more cheer than despair.
Never let me become so indifferent, that I will fail to see the wonders in the eyes of a child, or the twinkle in the eyes of the aged.
Never let me forget that my total effort is to cheer people, make them happy, and forget momentarily, all the unpleasantness in their lives.
And in my final moment, may I hear You whisper:
"When you made My people smile, you made Me smile."
If evil truly exists, does it exist inside us all?
If so, is it something we are born with?
Or something we learn?
Cinema Dojo and Fox Trot Productions have come together to produce a movie unlike any other.
That’s because the focal character of film Kreepie’s Kurse was inspired by a real Buffalo legend.
For years, Al Baker has been playing a fictional zombie character named Kreepie.
Kreepie has attended countless Buffalo fundraisers, along with his zombie cohorts at
Due to Al’s incredible ability to portray a lifelike (or deadlike in this case) zombie, the character of Kreepie has been emblazoned upon the minds of thousands upon thousands of his fans.
It’s truly the stuff that nightmares are made of.
If you’ve ever come across Kreepie in a zombie apocalypse setting, then you know how scary he can be.
Al’s ability to play the demonic creature in real life settings is unsettling.
There’s only one person that could pull it off, and that’s Al.