Category Archives: comedy

Release the TACTICAL GIRLS!

After an exciting year of post-production, film festivals, and making deals with distribution partners, the independent female-driven comedy series I’ve been working on with Diana Bentley and Melissa D’Agostino, TACTICAL GIRLS, has been released!

Deals with Dailymotion and Amazon Studios have allowed us to make the show available on virtually every platform and medium through either advertisement, subscription or individual transactions.

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Featuring Diana Bentley of “Frontier”, Nicole Stamp from “Carmilla”, Kristian Bruun of “Orphan Black” and Maria Vacratsis from both “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” films, we’ve got a staler cast that is going to crack you up from front to back.

So swing on over to your Amazon Prime account, or hit up Dailymotion.com and check out the first season of Tactical Girls to enjoy some funny ladies and para-military hilarity!

Here’s the first episode for your viewing pleasure: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3cm64t

Want more? Here you go: http://www.dailymotion.com/yourgeeknews

~M@

“TACTICAL GIRLS” An Absurd Combat/Comedy

Over the past two years, I’ve been writing one of the funniest, wackiest, most absurd scripts I’ve ever worked on, and I’ve been working on it with two incredible co-writers: Melissa D’Agostino & Diana Bentley.

And this summer, we’re finally putting this series on the screen.

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Starring My Big Fat Greek Wedding‘s incomparable Maria Vacratsis, Orphan Black‘s hilarious Kristian Bruun, the spectacularly funny Ted Dykstra, and Nicole Stamp, along with the multi-talented Melissa D’Agostino and Diana Bentley, “Tactical Girls” is the story of three women who can’t stand the horrendous boss of the trucking company they work at, and so to vent their frustrations they go on tactical missions together.

Keep your eyes here, follow me on twitter/instagram @MattCampagna, and keep tabs on the #TacticalGirls hashtag for hilarious nuggets and news as we get closer and closer to release!

~M@

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What the F#@K is “TACTICAL GIRLS”?

My new comedy mini-series, “Tactical Girls” just wrapped secondary photography, and we’re closing in on our post-production goals. It’s wacky, it’s mad-cap, it’s hilariously crass and violent.

Watch my co-creators, Diana Bentley and Melissa D’Agostino explain it:

Wanna know more? Check out the Facebook fan page to keep up to date with news: http://www.facebook.com/TacticalGirlsTV

~M@

Man of Steel Song Wins at Dragon Con!

WINNER Silver Dragon at 2013’s DragonCon Film Festival and Official Selection at LabCab Fest 2013!

“With Marvel showing up DC at the box office, Man of Steel better make lots of money if the other members of the Justice League stand a chance of having their shot on the big screen – and the entire JLA has come out to lament the dismal future of their careers.”

A fun music video I directed that has screened and won at some exciting festivals around the world, we poke fun at Warner Brothers for dropping the ball on some of the most iconic characters in comics, all to the tune of the Crash Test Dummies’ “Superman’s Song”.

I hope you dig it!

~M@

Wolverine Vs. Gladiator in Les Miserables

“Hugh Jackman is Wolverine is Jean Valjean and Russell Crowe is Gladiator is Javert in the action-movie version of “The Confrontation” from the musical “Les Miserables”!”

When I heard the casting for the Les Mis film, I couldn’t help but imagine these two in a battle… and so this happened when Melissa D’Agostino and Adam Lazarus helped me bring it into the real world for everyone to see!

How’d we do it? Here’s a peek:

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~M@

Ca$hi: 7 Grains… Lying to You

Sometimes I get political. In the spring of 2012, investigations revealed that Kellogg was using GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) in some of the ‘natural’ products they sell under the brand name of Kashi.* 

Since the FDA does not regulate the word ‘natural’ in the way it does the word ‘organic’, Kellogg’s claim of Kashi being ‘natural’ is not illegal.

And a “Yes” vote on Prop 37 would make this more than unethical, it would make it illegal.

~M@

*USA Today, April 29, 2012