Monday, December 6, 2010


GeekTyrant’s very own wild man Brian Shirley unleashes his Crocaloctopus monster campaign!

Bloomington, Indiana--November 19th, 2010- Brian Shirley who also goes by Brian S and has been nicknamed as the Geeky Bastard and has been tagged as the wild man from GeekTyrant has his hands in everything these days. He not only has concreted his name with the geek culture that is GeekTyrant and Alien Bee but is attached to several movie projects scheduled for 2011 including Witches Playground, voicing the character GT along with scream queens Deneen Melody who voices Valkira and Kitsie Duncan as Anara for Jason Heath’s upcoming animated web series Astronoir: The Fixers scheduled for Spring 2011.

Brian also has a Scarecrow movie in the early planning stages along with his pet project simply titled Crocaloctopus. What started out as a joke has gotten attention from Syfy, comic book publishers and key entertainment suits. So what did Brian do, he started a Crocaloctopus campaign geared towards Syfy and also The Asylum. With some help from genre artist Dennis Willman the creature was brought to life in living color (so to speak).The campaign launches at Dark Carnival Film Festival in Bloomington, Indiana on November 19-21 with t-shirts of all things. Brian was quoted as saying “t-shirts makes the coolest business cards and what better way to start a fun campaign and have the fans wearing a Crocaloctopus shirt, it’s also just fun to say”

Crocaloctopus’ goal is to have a Saturday night movie on Syfy aka the new creature features the channel is putting out or having The Asylum pick the story up and pit the hybrid creature up against one of its already familiar monsters in the stable.

To keep up with all things Crocaloctopus you can find the creature on Facebook at and on Twitter at Yes, the monster is on Twitter! Brian wants to hear from the fans because he says, “being a fan of these kind of movies, this would be the pinnacle of my accomplishments so far .”

If you are interested in a Crocaloctopus campaign t-shirt you can email Brian at or go to and soon will be available at the GeekTyrant store. The shirts are only $15.

A comic book is planned for Spring of 2011 and more news will come on this soon.

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