In an homage to Paranormal Activity and The Exorcist, two priests must decide whether they will exorcise Nick's possessed cat. When the two priests require paranormal proof, Nick takes Adam's suggestion to use him as live bait in order to get Nick's cat jealous and capture it all on camera.
Special GuestsDoug Jones
Bill Oberst Jr.
The real star of Hell's Kitty, Angel has worked with more icons of horror than any cat in history; and is likely the only feline in history to have ever gotten away with scratching Lee Meriwether. A method actor, she does all her own stunts and insists on being paid in tuna and treats. She inspired the Hell's Kitty franchise, serving as Tana's muse; sitting on his lap when he wrote the scripts. Regretfully, Angel passed away July 18, 2015 the same day fires engulfed several trucks and cars on the California freeway. Her fiery spirit will always be remembered; she has left an indelible mark upon the body (literally), and soul, of everyone who has had the privilege of working with her.
Nicholas Tana writes, directs, produces and stars in Hell's Kitty alongside his cat Angel and a host of horror icons. He works as a freelance writer, director, and musician and has served as Associate Director for ESPN, before starting his own production company, Smart Media L.L.C., for which he has written, produced, and directed numerous commercials.
As a writer, he has won the Short & NEAT One Act Play Festival in 2000, as well as The Arts in The Park award in 2002. He has worked as a contributing writer for the fashion magazine 944 and the movie and entertainment magazine Moving Pictures. Amongst those Nicholas had the honor of interviewing were Oscar-nominated actor Nick Nolte; best selling author Ray Bradbury; Ambassador of Afghanistan to the U.S., his Royal Highness Said Tayeb Jawad; and legendary award winning director, Blake Edwards.
As a musician, he has played in both Europe and the United States. His music has appeared on ESPN's X-Games and several commercials. Nicholas is proficient in Spanish and Italian, and brings this international knowledge, culture, and experience to his projects. He's known for his ability to bust genres wide open with fresh new concepts, and takes an innovative approach to branding them in an original way.
Adam has worked as a Production Assistant and Photo Editor in the entertainment business for The Insider and Entertainment Tonight. Adam got the part playing Adam in Hell’s Kitty because it was based upon his personality, and relationship as a former neighbor of Nicholas Tana. Although more hard working, and slightly less eccentric than the character he portrays; Adam has a natural ability at comedy, and could probably make a great career of it, if he didn’t suffer a profound aversion to publicity and interviews!
Doug Jones plays Father Damien in Hell's Kitty. His role is a play on the priest by the same name who appears in William Blatty's The Exorcist. His role also makes reference to Doug Jone's famous appearance in the Emmy Award Winning Buffy The Vampire Slayer episode Hush, in which he loses his voice do to a fur ball from hell.
The youngest of four brothers, Doug Jones was born on May 24, 1960 in Indianapolis, Indiana, and grew up in the city's Northeastside. After attending Bishop Chatard High School, he headed off to Ball State University, where he graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications, with a minor in Theatre.
He learned mime at school, joining a troupe and doing the whole white-face thing, and has also worked as a contortionist.
After a hitch in theater in Indiana, he moved to Los Angeles in 1985, and has not been out of work since - he's acted in over 25 films, many television series (Including the award-winning Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997), his episode 'Hush' garnered two Emmy nominations) and over 90 commercials and music videos with the likes of Madonna and Marilyn Manson.
Although known mostly for his work under prosthetics, he has also performed as 'himself' in such highly-rated films as Adaptation. (2002) with Nicolas Cage and indie projects such as Phil Donlon's A Series of Small Things (2005).
But it is his sensitive and elegant performance as 'Abe Sapien' in Hellboy (2004), which stormed to the top of the U.S. box office in the spring of 2004, that has brought him an even higher profile and much praise from audiences and critics alike.