Archive for April, 2015

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Into the Red

April 15, 2015

Check it out: I just received word that UK filmmaker Geoffrey Taylor‘s short documentary Into the Red can be streamed online on YouTube and Vimeo.

A fascinating look into the Redhead Days that takes place annually in Breda, The Netherlands, Geoffrey sets out to dig a little deeper into this phenomenon – as well as make some new friends.

A cool document about something I honestly had no idea existed (I’m brown haired), the documentary is short and to the point and gives a nice look into this unique gathering.

Check it out, spread the word, and if you’re a ginger you might wanna visit the Breda festival on their Facebook page as it has a whopping 90,000+ followers. My track Ginger (heard in the documentary) is available here.

Into the Red – A short film about the largest Ginger gathering in the world from Geoffrey Taylor: Wide Eyed on Vimeo.

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Post Mortem

April 14, 2015

I think most horror fans are familiar with horror director, producer and writer Mick Garris. Creator of the Masters of Horror TV series, he’s penned The Fly II and Critters 2 as well as directed The Stand and Sleepwalkers – both based on Stephen King‘s novels – just to name a few of the titles on his résumé.

His great interview series Post Mortem – originally created for the now-defunct FEAR NET – are now available on YouTube. I love these! With a very laid back style, he interviews fellow horror creators such as Roger Corman, Wes Craven and Rob Zombie. The interviews have a great conversational flow that offers some nice insights into the artist behind the famous (or infamous) name – I can’t say I knew all too much about Frank Darabont – and the only complaint I have is that some of these feel a bit short. But hey, leave them wanting more!

The series is available on his official YouTube channel as well as MickGarrisInterviews.com. Check them out and give him a like on Facebook here.

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Mixtape Massacre!

April 12, 2015

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Hey, horror isn’t all fun and games. Wait, actually it is! Check out this coming cool Kickstarter campaign that James at Doc Terror/HorrorSexy hepped me to: Mixtape Massacre!

A mix of 1980s horror films and pop culture, this tabletop board game created by Bright Lights Media has up to eight horror archetypes competing in a killing spree taking place in fictional Tall Oaks in 1986.

So far this campaign is roughly one third completed (they’re asking for $20,000) and perks include t-shirts, silk screen posters and the game itself (plop down $60 to get it). More information here.

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