The Rise Of Peter Anthony Productions
I first met Peter Anthony at Monster Mania earlier this year, when I interviewed him and Julia Valenti. He greeted me at his hotel door with a smile and a handshake. He invited me in without hesitation and asked me if I needed anything. A level of professionalism and attention was display during this interview that goes unmatched.
After the interview was over Peter gave me a mask from Vengeance and shook my hand once again. He was very grateful of the interview even though he knew I was a small new outlet. I stayed around for a while we chatted about films and conventions. We eventually parted ways, but not for long though.
Later that evening I met back up with Peter at the bar and has a very memorable exchange of words with him. We really hit it off and you could tell he was genuinely interested in learning more about my podcasts and network. We had a few drinks and discussed everything horror. I left the convention and started the trip back home.
Over the next few weeks I would message him back and forth talking about Vengeance and other projects he was working on. He gave me a chance to interview more cast and crew from the movie. Which would end up opening a door for me that I could have never imagined. I started to interview some big names and have a lot more listeners on my shows. All that I can attest to the opportunity that Peter presented me with.
Later on he formed Peter Anthony Productions and made a documentary about the legacy and life of Steve Dash. He absolutely killed it with this film, furthering himself more as a serious and talented filmmaker. He also announced that he would be in Devils Knight: Volumes of Blood 3. He told me in an interview once that “Acting is easy, producing is the hard part.”. So far all I have seen is him do an amazing job at both.
I continued to talk and grow a friendship with him over the next few months. He got involved with the Slash N Cast boys and started The Fall of Camp Blood. I immediately took to this project because of his involvement. Once again he killed the marketing on this film and helped them far exceed their budget go from crowdfunding. I then got involved with the film offering up my voice talents for a radio host voice role. It’s truly an honor to work with everyone involved with this project. My company has supported this film and will continue to support even after its release.
To finish things off, I want to say that I truly believe in Peter and Peter Anthony Productions. As he accumulates more and more experience, as well as including his involvement in top tier projects we will all see a great rise in his success. Personally I can’t wait to see where it all goes and it’s definitely a company I think all Dewback readers should follow in the future. I just want to say thank you to Peter for not only giving me an opportunity to work with him, but the opportunity to be his friend.