Creepy yet full of sorrowful longing, Lisa’s trip through purgatory takes her through the foundations of her new home in Paris. They don’t build them like they used to. Which is a very good thing for the rest of us.
Read my full review here!
Fortunately for me, my colleagues at HorrorTalk had their hands full covering NYCC 2016. That left some great previews and panels open for me to cover. I saw the new Japanese reboot of Shin Godzilla (out in theatres October 11 – 18) and was lucky enough to see a special seven minute preview from next year’s War for the Planet of the Apes. Check out my reviews at HorrorTalk, and for more NYCC coverage.
Well, it’s done! Checking Out wrapped and is up for funding. It was a grueling and wonderful 3 days seeing the pilot I wrote with Patrick and David come to live via some incredible directing talent and inspired photography.
Now it’s time to fund for a pro editor to make this pilot it’s sharpest!
And here’s a photo of me on set looking like Ed Harris at Mission Control in Apollo 13, wearing a towel as a superhero cape.
The Alice in Wonderland project premiered in Nicosa, Greece at the Pharaoh Arts Foundation with live musical accompaniment. While the DVD won’t be released until spring, here’s a little taste of the compilation. My project with Vin is about 1:42 into the video.
The first day of shooting has come and gone. With Sophie Snyder as Alice and Nicolai Gorden as the Tree (with Chesire Cat) we had a great first day. As challenging as it was dragging a 50 lb. door through Prospect Park, I couldn’t be more thrilled with the performances and the film so far!
I headed out to Dead Horse Bay last weekend to scout a location for an Alice in Wonderland project playwright Lavinia Roberts and I have in mind. The abandoned beach is delightfully creepy and the perfect spot…in summer. It was painfully cold, hence the less than fashionable winter coats with our test mask pictures. Photos by Diana Lang.