Hey everyone. I hope you're Halloween hangover isn't too bad.
I spent mine doing the important things, like watching a double bill of Halloween I & II, and taking care of some unfinished business.
For now, here's some genre morsels to chew on.
Hail To The King, Baby.
Ash Vs. Evil Dead is finally here, and here's a Variety piece where Bruce Campbell himself explains the origins and impetus for Ash's return.
I'm pretty chuffed with the pilot. It's in line with the universe that the Renaissance Boys created way back when, and Ash's inadvertent reopening of the gateway does seem like the boneheaded thing he would do.
Submitted For Your Approval.
Toronto-based filmmaker Justin McConnell has been hard at work for a very long on his newest documentary Clapboard Jungle: Surviving the Independent Film Business. He has compiled over eighty interviews with genre professionals, and is now looking for funds to help complete post production. Check out Justin's and co-producer Darryl Shaw's concise pitch video on what to expect from this project.
If you ask me, this is exactly the kind of documentary we need right now. With the tools being as affordable as they've ever been, a resource like this can only benefit young filmmakers seeking to dive into the shark-infested waters of the indie film business. So give what you can, by clicking here.
Artist Travis Falligant and Break.com teamed up to give us these horror re-imaginings of our favourite Disney princesses.
Check out this link to see the rest, it's some pretty great stuff.