The feature length documentary VHS Massacre has been officially handed off to musician and audio technician Timothy Kulig. He is going to create some great music for the doc and really tie the whole film together. Beyond some minor color correction, grain reduction and possible some minor B-role adjustments the picture is for the most part locked. The running time is just under 78 minutes. I’m proud of what we’ve done. It will probably be a good six months before the film is completely finished but we are making progress.
Recently I stared taking two classes at the same time through CUNY to finish off another degree. It is kicking my ass, but I’m not giving up. I’m stubborn like that. I’m loosing a bit of sleep over it. I can direct a feature film in 9 days for under 6 grand and get it distributed but make me take two college level classes at the same time and that’s when I’m truly challenged. Wish me luck for I shall need it. I have a new project in the works involving a film anthology. It would be a feature film involving three short films, think Creep Show or Tales from the Crypt. It’s gonna be great! More details down the road!
New York Cine Radio has a new interview with Eileen Dietz from The Exorcist. She has also worked on the Planet of the Apes TV series, Helter Skelter and even starred in a play with Another Perkins! I have to give a shout out to Dave Leute and Ken Powell for creating this show for the past year and a half. With guests and interviews with folks like Lloyd Kaufman, Carmine Capobianco, Nick Prueher, Juliette Danielle, Jon Gorman, Debbie Rochon, James Nguyen and many others I do feel like New York Cine Radio has become a solid source for cult and horror film radio interviews. If you are bored on your commute to work or working out and sick of listening to commercials after commercial on tradition radio. Give us a listen. You can get our show in a bunch of places.