Michael Jackson’s Thriller – A Remake in St. John’s Newfoundland

07 Jul, 2009

Last year my friends Phil and Ashley approached me about starring in their Thriller video redux. When they told me their plan I loved it. When they told me they wanted me to be Michael Jackson, I loved it even more.

The idea was to present it as a gift for our friends at “The House” who host an incredible democratically-themed Halloween Party every year that is like no other. They decorate their entire house at great expense and there is a spooky dance floor.

For an entire month we planned, choreographed, and filmed this video without any of our friends at the house having an inkling of our project. They got the greatest suprise of their… umm, Halloween I guess.

I would like to thank everyone that was involved, especially those who took time away from their exams (when others more appropriately prioritized) and helped us out with this film.

Enjoy.

Part I

Part II

Directed by Phil Hogan
Produced by Ashley Kieley
Starring:
Greg Pike as Michael Jackson
Nikki Janes as the girlfriend
Megan Murphy
Christopher “Grubbie” Penney
Theresa Murphy
Craig Stoyles
Garrett Flight
Denise Hennebury

About the author

Gregory

I am an ex-pat Newfoundlander who has uprooted and moved to the big city of Toronto. I develop web applications for work and for fun. I play ultimate and ice hockey year-round and camp every chance my girlfriend will let me.

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9 Comments

  1. July 08, 2009

    Awesome!

    Hey, how was your date with Peter?

  2. Frenchie
    July 08, 2009

    Greg, this was worth the wait of me seeing it!! Genius!! It’s wicked!

  3. Keith
    July 11, 2009

    i just have to say…..WICKED JOB, well done.the world well never see another like Micheal Jackson.

  4. Melissa lee
    September 02, 2010

    Omg!!! SO impressed!! Greg Pike, you’re amazing! So are you Phil! So is everyone!!!! Wicked job:)

  5. December 03, 2010

    have you seen those Thriller Video with the prison inmates, geez those are very nice ,.~

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