More on the “Don’t Go in the House” Blu-Ray and Documentary

Yesterday I had the chance to work with the director and editor for the Don’t Go in the House: Then and Now documentary which will be featured on the upcoming Blu Ray disc of the film. After contacting Scorpion Releasing last week, I was told that they are aiming for a June release, but that…

More on “The Exorcist III” and Possible Director’s Cut

The Exorcist III plays in the background as I type this. I had to just give it another watch to get me in the mood in case a director’s cut is actually coming sometime this year. I also wanted to post a follow-up to yesterday’s article about the possibility. It was pretty well-read, so I…

Can We Expect an “Exorcist III” Director’s Cut in 2016?

The Exorcist III is a much-maligned film. Some love it and some hate it. I happen to really like it, almost as much as The Exorcist, which is one of my all-time favorites. It is totally different with a different feel than the original and first sequel. There is a sick and dark sense of…

Frank Sinatra, “Suddenly”, and the JFK Assassination

Suddenly is a 1954 film directed by Lewis Allen which depicts an assassination attempt on the life of the President of the United States. Produced just nine years prior to the JFK assassination, it is impossible to not draw some comparisons, no matter how minor. But it runs a little deeper with this film starring Frank Sinatra…

1,000 Movies!

This weekend I finally reached a milestone: 1,000 movies viewed. This is according to my IMDB account where I keep track of the movies I watch by rating and adding them to lists in order to categorize them. I strongly recommend you to try the IMDB list feature. Users make them for all kinds of reasons, either…

“The Wild Bunch” and My Dream Movie Prop

I have seen nearly a thousand movies in my life, each unique in its own right, and coming with a slew of potential props that we might love to get our hands on if the opportunity arose. I actually own two movie props, both from the 2004 film The Alamo, which starred Billy Bob Thornton…

“The Retrieval”: A Civil War Film Co-Starring Bill Oberst Jr.

With more than a hundred film credits to his name, actor Bill Oberst Jr. is a well-known star on the B-level horror circuit, cranking out what seems like an endless amount of movies every year, each one portrayed with his legendary creepiness. He has been honored by almost every horror movie organization out there, and…