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Kat Cressida is best known for portraying the Black Widow Bride in the Disney Theme Parks' "Haunted Mansion" attractions (the only character ever added to that attraction!). Also at the parks, her voice can be heard in the Tower of Terror as well as various Toy Story, Peter Pan, and Alice in Wonderland attractions.
She is also well known for voicing Uta in the series "Archer" as well as Dee Dee in "Dexter's Laboratory."
Her voice can be found in countless video games, including providing the voice of Toy Story's Jessie in "Disney Infinity" and Bloody Mary in "The Wolf Among Us." Other video game credits include World of Warcraft, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 (as Elektra), Fallout 4, Guild Wars 2, and far too many more to list!
Kat is considered one of the foremost female voices in sports. She was the first female to do live announcing for the 2010 NFL Draft and can be heard daily on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption.”
Christopher R. Mihm is the writer, director, and producer of the films of the "Mihmiverse," a series of award-winning, loosely interlinked feature-length films which pay homage to 1950s-era "drive-in cinema." He is currently at work on his next film, “That Which Lurks in the Dark,” and curates the Central Arts of Bedford Movie Match-up Film Festival.
Mr. Mihm's filmmaking career began in 2006 with the release of his first retro-styled film, "The Monster of Phantom Lake." Made on a nearly non-existent budget, the film went on to garner much critical acclaim, appear in numerous film festivals, win multiple awards and, to this day, continues to screen across the world.
Since his first film, Mr. Mihm has released one new as-authentic-as-possible 1950s-style feature a year, many of which have received numerous accolades, nominations, and awards. "Attack of the Moon Zombies" raked in the most 2011 Dead Letter Awards at mailorderzombie.com. "House of Ghosts" beat out several big budget films to win the coveted Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for Best Independent Feature in 2012. Mr. Mihm's ode to the "big bug" films of the 1950s, "The Giant Spider," won the Forrest J. Ackerman Film Award at the Famous Monsters of Filmland Film Festival and the Best Action/Horror Feature award at the Highway 61 Film Festival.
Christopher R. Mihm has been featured in many publications, both online and off, including SCI-FI Magazine, Screem, Famous Monsters of Filmland and Scary Monsters Magazine. Mr. Mihm was the recipient of the first-ever Roger & Julie Corman Intrepid Filmmaker award at the ninth annual Fargo Fantastic Film Festival, won the Best Director award from mailorderzombie.com and received the key to the city of Forest Lake, MN, where July 30th was officially declared "Christopher R. Mihm Day."
For the past 13 years, Brad Jones has been the creator and star of the popular YouTube and Channel Awesome series The Cinema Snob, a satirical look at exploitation cinema throughout the decades. As well as portraying The Cinema Snob on a weekly basis, Brad also keeps very busy, having created the animated series Lloyd, the movie review series Midnight Screenings, and is also the writer of such feature films as The Cinema Snob Movie and the sequel Another Cinema Snob Movie.