Sunday, January 30, 2011


Walk By Faith 2
A warm faith-based movie about two couples and the
parallel lives they lead that will ultimately cross. First we
are introduced to the young newlywed couple, Shannon
and Jamal, who are struggling to figure out if their new
cohabitation will work or if early jitters will destroy what they
are hoping to build. Meanwhile, Yvette and Clarence, an
older couple who have been married for over 25 years, find
themselves stagnated and must overcome a desire to end
their union after all these years. 

Nora's Hair Salon 3: Shear Disaster 
Delicious (T. Ashanti Mozelle) is in charge of maintaining
Nora's legacy and tradition by running & managing the shop.
The dysfunctional group of hairstylists consisting of Janelle,
Nina, Xenobia, Tashina, and manicurists Ming and Ling are
still up to their old antics!
One day, reality show producer Charles (Miguel Nuñez)
enters the shop. Captivated by the goings-on inside,
he proposes that Nora's Hair Salon have its own show.
Immediately, the salon crew signs on with hopes of money
and fame, but they get more than they bargained for when
they learn that Charles has ulterior motives. Now, the crew
must come together to see that this reality tape never sees
the light of day.
A hilarious urban comedy not to be missed!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

A Peter L. Huber Joint

So I found out yesterday that Walk By Faith 2: After the Honeymoon, a movie I wrote, was released on DVD at Wal-Mart on January 11th, the release date for everywhere else I think is still February 8th.

Along with Nora's Hair Salon 3.

So, after work last night I drove to a 24 hour Wal-Mart to buy a copy of my own movie, which I didn't mind doing, it was an adventure. I had asked the Producers for copies and they said they didn't have any yet and I couldn't wait to watch the movie to see how it turned out.

On the back cover of the DVD it says Written By Peter L. Harmon, which is so cool to me, it's written in that standard movie credits font, awesome.

Then, I put in the movie and the first thing I see is that the movie is written by Peter L. Huber!!!! They didn't really misspell my name as much as just use a fake different silly name instead of mine. At this point I'm sure it's too late to do anything about it, in the opening and ending credits a lot of people's names, as well as simple words like Background, are misspelled.

I'm not too mad, it says the right name on the back cover and IMDb, Ash and I have been joking about it all day. The thing that does suck though is that the movie is actually pretty good, good acting, shot well, lit well, it actually looks good EXCEPT for my name in the opening credits. What I'm saying is so close to being an entirely positive experience.

Oh well.

There are some exciting projects brewing, as well as some writing I'm doing for myself because it's fun, that's how it started and how it's supposed to be.

The other day Orlando Brown called with an idea for a movie that he wants me to write for him. I outlined it, we talked about the outline on the phone and he's into it, we're hopefully meeting soon to finalize the outline, talk about possible payment(!), then I can write the script.

I also talked to an actor from Walk By Faith 2 last night, he said that he loved the script I wrote. It's rewarding for people to respond to things I've written and it helps me continue even though it's hard to work a full time job, have a family, and try to pursue something creative. January was tough but I think 2011 in general will be an exciting year (I mean, I know it will because Christian will join us in June, but I mean writing wise).

For my birthday this year (I'm turning 25, which is crazy) I'm going to screen one of my new movies that I wrote, I probably wouldn't get to see them on the big screen, or with an audience, otherwise. If you're friends with me on facebook the invite is here.

In conclusion, this is an awesome still from the The End. episode I acted in.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


I'm in this week's episode of The End. I play Chad the Casual Cannibal.

If you haven't seen The End. please check it out. You can watch every episode here. I grew that beard just for the episode and I had to get a professional shave to get rid of it because it was pretty thick.

We had another shoot day for The End. on Sunday, we shot four more episodes and they're pretty ambitious, we have big things planned for the end of The End.

Also, if you're going to buy the movies I wrote please buy them from my blog. I haven't gotten copies of them yet but I hope to soon!

I have another draft of Happenstances to do but I finished the drafts of those two projects I was working on before the break so I'm currently writing something that I just want to write, for fun, that might never see the light of day but it's fun writing it and it's another addition to the world I'm creating with my work.

Sunday, January 2, 2011


This year:

I wrote and starred in an internet video: The Stickler

My screenplay The Happenstances at the Yellow County Community Swim and Racquet Club The Summer Before Last was a finalist in the 2010 Beverly Hills Film Festival Screenplay Competition.

I transcribed for 2 Reality TV shows.

I started a Tumblr. and a Twitter.

I got a Manager.

I moved from Van Nuys to Encino.

I got a promotion at Intervention from a Freelance Transcriber to, an officially on the payroll, Night Logger with my name in the credits.

Summer turned One.

Ash and I turned Twenty Four, we celebrated one year of marriage and Ashlea got pregnant (that link is to the Baby Harmon Tumblr. FYI).

I wrote 2 sitcom pilots.

I wrote and sold 2 feature screenplays to Black Christian Movies/ Nu-Lite Entertainment.

I got a new cell phone with a California number.

I wrote a spec sketch/ stand up variety show script.

I played on a team in a Men's Basketball League, we played in the Championship game but lost by one and ended in second place.

I am a member of the crew that produces the web series The End. In 2010 we shot 12 Episodes and released 9 of them. Out of the 12 I wrote 4, directed 7, and co-starred in 1.

I put together an E-Query which I should update soon.

I guest blogged about writing Direct to DVD movies on a more popular blog than mine.

I wrote several drafts of Happenstances, co-wrote two feature screenplays with writing partners, two spec commercials, two un-produced shorts, one spec feature screenplay, and a few treatments/ pitches.

In total I wrote 3 features and co-wrote 2.

Now to do more in 2011.