Grue’s Celebrity Picks: Lou Ferrigno Jr
Hello my Grue-Lings!!
Here is another great edition of Celebrity Picks. This week we have the great talented actor and bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno Jr.
Lou loves sports and played football and baseball. He was even in the 2007 Rose Bowl. He also is heavily involved in fitness. He is a bodybuilder and fitness trainer. He started out as a fitness model for Muscle and Fitness and Iron Man magazine. As many of you know, Lou’s dad is the world famous Incredible Hulk, Lou Ferrigno. It was only a matter of time before Lou Jr got into acting and fitness. Because of Lou’s incredible built and acting skills, he landed his first two films for 2 LGBT Horror films 1313: Night of the Widow and 1313: Hercules Unbound. Then shortly after landed a role in Days of our Lives. He also landed roles in 2 horror tv series: Teen Wolf and Scary Endings. In 2016 he starred in a TV mini-series called Rush, inspired by the Battlefield video game. He has 3 movies in post-production that you should look out for called Urban Myths, Muse, and Happily Never After. I now bring to you, Lou Ferrigno Jr‘s Top 10 Favorite Horror films.
This film was so intense and mind-twistingly rich. A Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick collaboration for the ages. This film on all levels screams generational classic!
I’ve never been so utterly terrified as I was while watching this film. I left marks in my buddy’s couch from digging my fingers into the cushions. The way the director used the viewer’s imagination as a source of fear was utterly brilliant.
Christian Bale‘s portrayal of Patrick Bateman is so charismatically sick in the head and hilarious. It may be my dark humor but this movie was such a strange journey through an unfamiliar man’s obsession. After watching it 15 times I’m STILL not 100% certain if the end!
I saw Zombeavers recently and it was so terribly hilarious. A couple moments scared me and the mid-transformation prosthetics were fantastic! I’m a huge fan of unnecessary nudity in horror films and this one had lots! Cheesy Horror Hall of Fame!
Horror classic! This film had so many great characters and had the sci-fi theme wrapped in as well! It was like a full-length dream sequence with great actors and a legendary lead character. One of Michael Keaton‘s best works!
28 Days Later
I never thought zombies were that scary until I saw how they reinvented them in this film. It was super scary because of how eerily real it felt.