Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Maniaphobia Script

Michael, a clean cut business man running away from someone. you never see who he's
running from. he runs up stairs where he comes to a security guard .
He's after me, don't let him find me
Security guard don't say anything, just points to a door. Michael ducks into a room and sits in a chair and
grabs his head with both hands like he's in pain.
Coming around the hallway corner is Michael dressed in ripped clothes and messed up hair. He comes to
the same security guard.
Have you seen me, can you tell me which way i went?
The security guard just looks at him. Michael grabs his head and drops to his knees.
Oh my god, I'm losing my sanity.
You've already lost your sanity.
camera fades back as Michael is on the ground screaming and fades out.
Fade in, Brian stands in same room that Michael ducked into in the last scene.
Dale is wearing a pig mask and tied up on the bed
"Did the rabbit die? Did the rabbit die? Did the rabbit die?"
Brian walks over and stuffs an apple in the Dale's mouth.
You ought to be more concerned about how I'm going to fry you like bacon !
Now shut your pork hole.
Brian picks up a sharp knife and walks into the bathroom / camera doesn't follow all you hear is SCREAMS!
Dale splits out the apple and starts yelling
Help! Help! Help!
Brian runs back in and grabs Dale by the throat to make him stop screaming
Brian chewing on something / blood around his mouth
"you know, cannibalism is very under rated . have you ever had a fresh liver sandwich ?
Brian smiles to show his bloody teeth
"I like mine on pumpernickel bread."
Brian motions his hand to his ear
What's that? I think i hear your stomach growling. let me get back to the bathroom and
slice you off a nice cut of meat. Do you want lettuce and tomatoes with your girlfriend's
guts? ( laughter )
Michele, wearing rabbit mask, lays covered in blood in the bath tub
Brian enters the bathroom.
all over the bathroom counter top - knives , tomato , lettuce, carrots, bread ,etc.
Let me go
Do you think you're above all this?
You should be god damn honored !
You're a friggin' delicacy !
Brian turns the tub water on and watches Michele squirm as the tub fills with hot water .
The water quickly turns red with blood
I'm going to make some rabbit stew
Brian starts cutting up some vegetables and tossing them in the tub
Stop lollygagging around and die already.
Brian exits the bathroom.
Listen, I'm sure you're a reasonable man.
Everyone has a price. What's your price?
What the hell is your price to let me go.
I won't tell. I won' t even tell my priest!
If I let me go . I want you to tell your priest.
Tell them all. Tell everyone what you've heard
and what you've seen. I've giving you an education
in horror and I expect you to teach this gift that you've
been given. If not, i will make your you suffer well after
your body is dead.
You sick fuck. but whatever. whatever fucking ever.
just let me out of here.
Brian let's Dale go. Dales goes to the door but is having a hard time openning the door.
He sees Brian coming at his with a knife.
No, No. Please No !
Brian kills Dale with a slash of the knife.
If you actually thought I was going to let you just walk away,
you've lost your mind, man.
Brian backs up and sits down in a chair
Same chair from beginning that business man sat in and the same thing happens to Brian.
Brian grabs his head in pain and suddenly gets a realization of what has just happened.
He's shocked and he looks at the knife and drops it. He looks down at this bloody hands.
Oh my lord, what have i done ?
Brian walks over to the body of Dale and looks at it in amazement.
Brian walks into the bath room where he discovers the Michele's body in the tub .
He turns away quickly as if he's going to be sick.
Brian looks at himself in the mirror and looking back at him is Michael the business man from the beginning
of our film.
When mind and body our separated there is constant
struggle for them to find each other throwing
off the balance of space and time. When you lose
your sanity it's often never to be found again.
But what if the opportunity presented itself in the form
of an alternate host in the same space and the same time,
then could it be possible to regain someone else's sanity?
Who am I?
Brian with his back against the shower. The dead Michele rises up and grabs Brian from behind.
Screen goes black.
By Michael Joy

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Nick Redfern talks about KEEP OUT!, Occupy Wallstreet, and more!

Do you think the media will ever be granted access to Area 51 or other
locations in an attempt to show that they are NOT hiding anything?

Answer: No, I don't think that will ever happen, chiefly because it's not to the government's advantage to do so. Governments everywhere only do things when it is to their advantage to do them. Also, what would be the point in giving access? No-one outside of those that work there, or who have to travel there, can access the base anyway. No-one outside of the government, the military, or the intelligence community can go there, so there's no need for the government to comment or reveal anything if we can't access it, and which they could still hide anyway, even if they did allow people on-base. Plus, there's another issue too: If the government said something along the lines of "All we have here are classified aircraft programs and no crashed UFOs," many people would still be very skeptical, or would outright accuse the government of lying. So, this would also make it a pointless act. It's like the Disclosure movement, which I think is - in theory - a worthy idea, but it is just so steeped in childlike naivety, because asking the Government to come clean on UFOs because "the people" want it, is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard, or it's certainly near the top of the list of ridiculous things I have heard. No government is ever going to spill the beans on its truly guarded UFO-connected secrets because a bunch of Ufologists demand they do. That's just total, total crap to even imagine it would, or will, happen. And UFO Disclosure is just like asking the Government to come clean on Area 51, namely that if Disclosure isn't what Ufology is expecting to hear, they will say it's not real Disclosure after all. Same for what's going on at Area 51 - if the government doesn't admit to holding UFOs there, or outright denies it, it will be viewed as a lie. So, it won't happen because unless it meets people's preconceived expectations, the revelation will be ignored or denied.

For the entire interview check out

Entertainment Earth

Friday, December 23, 2011 Interview w/ Evan Bass ( The Eve )

How did doing homage posters for your movie, “The Eve” come to be?
The homage posters grew out of the style and nods we make in “The Eve” towards past, classic films. “The Eve” is very much a psychological thriller at times, in a very Hitchcockian build, and we wanted to include that nod in our poster campaign. We also filmed on location in Martha’s Vineyard and had the pleasure of filming, at one point, in the same harbor and on the same dock that “Jaws” filmed. Additionally, throughout the film there are other subtle nods to other classic films in the genre, and we thought that it would be a lot of fun to include that in the image of the film before it is released, and to give our audience something different to look at.

see the complete interview at

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Interview : Martin Guigul (director of Beneath the Darkness)

Did you have a pitfalls or obstacles during the filming of Beneath the
Darkness? If so, how did you work through them?

It was a very tight schedule and half was night shoots. But I like to move fast anyway which works to my advantage in terms of getting authentic performances. I try to work with the same DP and A.D. alot which keeps the set moving and positive. The crew in Texas was awesome. The toughest were the cold nights in the cemetary, sometimes 24, 25, 28 degress farenheit. We actually got shot at one night by a bunch of late night party boys riding in a pick up. They were trying to shoot out our lights. Cops came, wild stuff. Things like that add to the tone when filming, so again, worked to our advantage on screen, lol.

check out the rest of the interview here

Entertainment Earth

Tuesday, December 20, 2011



From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson comes “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” the first of two films adapting the enduringly popular masterpiece The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien. The second film will be “The Hobbit: There and Back Again.”
Both films are set in Middle-earth 60 years before “The Lord of the Rings,” which Jackson and his filmmaking team brought to the big screen in the blockbuster trilogy that culminated with the Oscar®-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”
The adventure follows the journey of title character Bilbo Baggins, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor from the fearsome dragon Smaug. Approached out of the blue by the wizard Gandalf the Grey, Bilbo finds himself joining a company of thirteen dwarves led by the legendary warrior, Thorin Oakenshield. Their journey will take them into the Wild; through treacherous lands swarming with Goblins and Orcs, deadly Wargs and Giant Spiders, Shapeshifters and Sorcerers.
Although their goal lies to the East and the wastelands of the Lonely Mountain first they must escape the goblin tunnels, where Bilbo meets the creature that will change his life forever…Gollum.
Here, alone with Gollum, on the shores of an underground lake, the unassuming Bilbo Baggins not only discovers depths of guile and courage that surprise even him, he also gains possession of Gollum’s “precious” ring that holds unexpected and useful qualities … A simple, gold ring that is tied to the fate of all Middle-earth in ways Bilbo cannot begin to know.

Ian McKellen returns as Gandalf the Grey, the character he played in “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, and Martin Freeman in the central role of Bilbo Baggins. Also reprising their roles from “The Lord of the Rings” movies are: Cate Blanchett as Galadriel; Ian Holm as the elder Bilbo; Christopher Lee as Saruman; Hugo Weaving as Elrond; Elijah Wood as Frodo; Orlando Bloom as Legolas; and Andy Serkis as Gollum. The ensemble cast also includes (in alphabetical order) Richard Armitage, John Bell, Jed
Brophy, Adam Brown, John Callen, Luke Evans, Stephen Fry, Ryan Gage, Mark Hadlow, Peter Hambleton, Barry Humphries, Stephen Hunter, William Kircher, Evangeline Lilly, Sylvester McCoy, Bret McKenzie, Graham McTavish, Mike Mizrahi, James Nesbitt, Dean O’Gorman, Lee Pace, Mikael Persbrandt, Conan Stevens, Ken Stott, Jeffrey Thomas, and Aidan Turner.
The screenplays for both “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” and “The Hobbit: There and Back Again” are by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Guillermo del Toro and Peter Jackson. Jackson is also producing the films, together with Fran Walsh and Carolynne Cunningham. The executive producers are Alan Horn, Ken Kamins, Toby Emmerich and Zane Weiner, with Boyens serving as co-producer.
Under Jackson’s direction, both movies are being shot consecutively in digital 3D using the latest camera and stereo technology. Filming is taking place at Stone Street Studios, Wellington, and on location around New Zealand.
Among the creative behind-the-scenes team returning to Jackson’s crew are director of photography Andrew Lesnie, production designer Dan Hennah, conceptual designers Alan Lee and John Howe, composer Howard Shore and make-up and hair designer Peter King. The costumes are designed by Ann Maskrey and Richard Taylor. The score is being composed by Howard Shore.
Taylor is also overseeing the design and production of weaponry, armour and prosthetics which are once again being made by the award winning Weta Workshop. Weta Digital take on the visual effects for both films, led by the film’s visual effects supervisor, Joe Letteri. Post production will take place at Park Road Post Production in Wellington.
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” and “The Hobbit: There and Back Again” are productions of New Line Cinema and MGM, with New Line managing production. Warner Bros Pictures is handling worldwide theatrical distribution, with select international territories as well as all international television licensing, being handled by MGM.
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” will be released on December 14, 2012. The second film, “The Hobbit: There and Back Again,” is slated for release the following year, on December 13, 2013.

CM Punk on Preston & Steve (WMMR)

Monday, December 19, 2011

Obsessed with Tag Lines

I’m obsessed with tag lines. It’s the third plan of attack in marketing a motion picture. You’ll usually see it, right there on the movie poster. Of course, a creative movie title would be marketing’s first priority. Second comes an image that defines what the movie is about. Now, arguably some might say that the poster image is more important than the title because it’s the most visual aspect of the movie poster. I’m not here to argue that point.

My assignment today is to focus on that third hook. It’s called a “tag line” and it’s the promotional “catch phrase” that if done correctly, will stick in your head like a repetitive commercial jingle. Sometimes it’s only a few choice words, like in the case of American Beauty (1999) which is “… look closer”. It’s simple but it says something meaningful about the film. Lester Burnham needs to “look closer” at his life. Now, you don’t want it be too long, I think if you find common ground somewhere between two words and three sentences, you’ll be ok. In the movie Dazed and Confused (1992) they have a witty tag that captures the drug theme of the movie, “It was the last day of school in 1976, a time they'd never forget... if only they could remember”. It also feeds you year 1976, which tells you when the movie is taking place so you know it’s a period piece. So, just by that tag line, it tells us everything we really need to know about film, it’s about school age kids taking drugs in the 70’s. I’m sold. Here’s another movie that uses a year in it’s tag line, Goodfellas ( 1990 ) “As far back as I can remember, I've always wanted to be a gangster." -- Henry Hill, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1955.

Now, tag lines can be many things but they don’t always have to be statements, they can also be questions. Here’s a great example of a movie tag asking a questions to it’s audience. When Harry Met Sally ( 1989 ) “Can two friends sleep together and still love each other in the morning?” This is the perfect hook because your first reaction after reading the question is to think about the answer or how you would answer it. Then you look up at both Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal on the movie poster, and think to yourself, can THEY? Automatically, it’s a reason to see the movie and find out the answer. Now, some tag questions have answers that are just plain obvious, and "Who you gonna call?" from Ghostbusters (1984) is one of those. There are some questions that people can personally relate to. If you are ever late on a car payment, then you might just relate to Repo Man (1984) when it poses the question, "It's 4 A.M. — do you know where your car is?" Here’s a tag question that doesn’t need an answer from one of my favorite movies, "Stealing, cheating, killing... Who said romance was dead?" True Romance (1993).If you watch the flick, you’ll catch a few more grade A questions from one Dennis Hopper. Ha!

I’ve mentions some comedies and a few dramas but there is no genre in movies that uses tag lines better than that horror industry. You’ll find some of the most outlandish phrases in horror movie tag lines. I’ve whipped up a wicked orgy of tag lines for you enjoy.

Let’s start with number ten on our scary list. A Nightmare on Elm Street ( 1984) brought a new meaning to nightmare and tagged “If Nancy Doesn't Wake Up Screaming She Won't Wake Up At All...” was guaranteed to make a sound sleeper have insomnia. Does anyone know what the tag line is going to be for the remake? Just curious.

Here’s another tag that puts the emphasis on the word, “scream” and rightfully so. The Birds (1963) "...and remember, the next scream you hear may be your own!" makes me want to go out and buy a feline. Cat’s do have 9 lives, you know.

I really like our eighth thriller. The Last House on the Left (1972) "To avoid fainting keep repeating: it's only a movie, it's only a movie" This tag tells you that this movie could actually render you unconscious and make you drop your popcorn, spill your coke, and smash your nose on the floor. That’s intense.

Frankenstein (1931) "A Monster Science Created — But Could Not Destroy!" This is the grand daddy of all monster movies comes in seventh place. It’s incredible that in this short tag, but it really tells you the plot of the movie. It’s got some monster information wrapped up in a nice little package and tagged.

I discovered this horror gem on VHS shortly after we got on first VCR back in the 80’s. Here’s six - Re-Animator (1985) "Herbert West Has A Very Good Head On His Shoulders... And Another One In A Dish On His Desk" It’s such a dark and vivid statement. I read this and I can SEE the head in the dish and on the desk.

Alien (1979) "In space no one can hear you scream."This is the number one tag line on sooooooo many movie lists, and it’s really hard to argue it’s greatness. It’s like, If I put this as my number one, am I just a sheep following the rest. If I don’t put it as number one then I’m purposely not doing it, just to be different. Here’s my take: It’s all in the wording. This is the third time in our top ten list that the word “scream” is mentioned in some form. It’s a powerful word. When you scream, you scream for help or you scream in horror, but when you add the dimension of space and the possibilty that no one will hear your cries, well that’s what just makes this tag line so potent. This is my number five as I think there are a few more horror tag lines that really do the trick.

Our fourth pick is Jaws 2 (1978) “Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water” It’s plays on the original Jaws (1975) tag line which was simple and to the point, “don’t go in the water” and I loved it. Too bad Jaws II the movie was not as good as the tag line. Remember he ate a helicopter? And the kids in the movie were so annoying you wanted the shark to eat them.

The countdown of horror tags get close to our number one spot. We are down to the top three. Poltergeist ( 1982)“They're here”

It’s two simple words but it’s all in the pronunciation. It’s so simple it’s clever, and I hear the little girl’s voice just reading it.

This tag is highly recognizable and I think it has been quoted more than any other tag on our list.

Second tag choice is Suspiria (1977) "The Only Thing More Terrifying Than The Last 12 Minutes Of This Film Are The First 92. " What are you trying to tell me? The last 12 minutes of this movie is boring and sucks. No, I don’t take it as that. This tag spells out so much information, not only does it give you the movie’s run time but it give you the percentage of time that you are going to be scared out of your wits. That’s over an hour and a half of terrification! Is that a word? This tag just might be my personal favorite.

First and finally, every writers alter-ego has typed these words at one time or another. Have you? The Shining (1980) made this phrase terrifying, “all work and no play make jack a dull boy”. I swear… anytime of I have writers block. Ha! You just can’t get better. I love “Here’s Johnny” but I don’t think that was an actual promotional tag line. It’s more of a quote. Hmmm, that gets me thinking. I’ll be back before long with a fan-tabulous list of some of movies most awe inspiring quotes. You just wait and see.

Honorable mentions : Halloween (1977) “The Night HE Came Home” , Dracula (1992) “Love Never Dies” , Psycho (1960) “Check in. Relax. Take a shower.” , The Thing (1982) “Man is the warmest place to hide” , Army of Darkness (1992)"Trapped in time. Surrounded by evil. Low on gas." , Feast ( 2005 ) “They're Hungry. You're Dinner” , Peter Jackson’s King Kong (2005) “The Eight Wonder of the World” , The Lost Boys (1987) "Sleep all day, party all night. It's fun to be a vampire" … RIP our friend, Corey Haim!

I’m a horror junkie and that’s why I picked ten personal favorite horror tag lines, but there are so many to choose and so many other genre’s to explore. I just mentioned the tag for The Lost Boys and it really makes me think of all the incredible work Corey Haim did as a young actor. Licence to Drive (1988) had a tag that tied into the film’s title and the car theme, "Some guys get all the brakes!". Those 80’s teen movies that we all know and love, and watch EVERY single time that they are on television, hit us with some cool and cute tags. Here’s a hidden goodie ( or goodies ) in Just One Of The Guys (1985) "She is about to go where no woman has gone before." Pretty in Pink ( 1986) “He's good. She's good. He's just Duckie” , ah good ol’ Jon Cryer. Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead (1991) "No rules. No curfews. No nagging. No pulse." Well, the name of the movie can’t be topped by it’s tag line, but the tag fits the situation perfectly. Sixteen Candles ( 1984 ) tag“This is Samantha Baker and today is her 16th birthday. The problem is, nobody remembers.” I’m undecided here. Do you think it gives away too much information? Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)"Before they could stand together, they had to stand alone". This tag has a good inspirational message. I love the statement here in The Last Starfighter(1984) too, "He didn't find his dreams...His dreams found him". This one puts it all on the table, Valley Girl (1983)"She's Cool, He's Hot, She's from the Valley, He's not". Our next fast tag comes from Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) “Fast Cars, Fast Girls, Fast Carrots...Fast Carrots?” I think they could have come up with a better tag, but that’s my opinion. I think I could have nailed a better tag line. I think YOU GUYS can come up with a better tag line!!!! That’s an idea. If anyone who reads this wants to suggest a possible better tag line for this movie, or any of the movies listed… be my guest. The Last American Virgin (1982) "See It Or Be It!". Nope, don’t want to be it. The Graduate (1967)"This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future." It’s give a hint, maybe this one doesn’t give enough information? Hmmm. Another movie that’s a little worried about the future is Back to the Future (1984) has definitely stood the test of time, outstanding tag “He's the only kid ever to get into trouble before he was born” . I’ll stop while the getting is good.

Ok, a few of those films weren’t 80’s, sue me. Well, I hope you enjoyed my little trip down tag line lane. Next time you see a movie poster, don’t forget to read the tiny writing. That’s all for now from Mike Joy. Entertainment Earth


WRATH OF THE TITANS In 3D and 2D in select theaters
and IMAX on March 30

(Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures)

Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Writers: Screenplay by Dan Mazeau & David Leslie Johnson
Story by Greg Berlanti & David Leslie Johnson & Dan Mazeau
Based on characters created by Beverley Cross
Producers: Basil Iwanyk, Polly Johnsen
Executive Producers: Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Callum McDougall,
Kevin De La Noy, Louis Leterrier

Cast: Sam Worthington, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Edgar Ramírez, Toby Kebbell,

Danny Huston, Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson,

Action Adventure. A decade after his heroic defeat of the monstrous Kraken, Perseus (Worthington) —the demigod son of Zeus (Neeson)—is attempting to live a quieter life as a village fisherman and the sole parent to his 10-year old son, Helius. Meanwhile, a struggle for supremacy rages between the gods and the Titans. Dangerously weakened by humanity’s lack of devotion, the gods are losing control of the imprisoned Titans and their ferocious leader, Kronos, father of the long-ruling brothers Zeus, Hades (Fiennes) and Poseidon (Huston). The triumvirate had overthrown their powerful father long ago, leaving him to rot in the gloomy abyss of Tartarus, a dungeon that lies deep within the cavernous underworld. Perseus cannot ignore his true calling when Hades, along with Zeus’ godly son, Ares (Ramírez), switch loyalties and make a deal with Kronos to capture Zeus. The Titans’ strength grows stronger as Zeus’ remaining godly powers are siphoned, and hell is unleashed on earth. Enlisting the help of the warrior Queen Andromeda (Pike), Poseidon’s demigod son, Argenor (Kebbell), and fallen god Hephaestus (Nighy), Perseus bravely embarks on a treacherous quest into the underworld to rescue Zeus, overthrow the Titans and save mankind.

My love letter from Jim Cornette

---------- Forwarded message ----------
To: "Michael Joy"
Date: 07/15/2011 8:04am
Subject: RE: video response to austin idol
Hi, thanks for sending me this, I had never heard of you before, but now I know you're a delusional, fumblemouthed prick who shoots videos in your garage trying to be someone by knocking people who were involved in things that happened before you were born. Why do you assume I give a fuck about you and why is this tragic plane crash any of your business? Please fuck off and rot....

Jim Cornette

The Futurama is Tomorrow - V6

Futurama: Volume 6

Follow Fry, Leela, Bender and friends through the vast reaches of 31st century outer space in Futurama: Volume 6 (available just in time for the holidays!). Travel through space and time on The Planet Express, catch the common cold, and flee from the robot mafia starting December 20.

"Warehouse" press release

Press release begins:


“A darkened storeroom, an axe and no way out!”

Los Angeles, CA – A new short horror film has been produced by Busted Knuckle Productions titled “Warehouse.” This short film puts actors Casey Nelson and Chris Hayes as Jamie and Nick in a darkened storehouse where a masked killer torments them with a sharpened axe. There is no way out for Jamie and Nick as they are tied to the spot and initially blindfolded. The tension mounts as the axe draws nearer.

This title is set to tour film festivals in 2012 with Busted Knuckle Productions continuing to bring the most horrifying in film to screens. This film production company has recently finished such horror films as Cornered and The Whispering Dead with several more projects already secured. For those who like horror, check out “Warehouse” when it plays near you. The film’s official poster is below.

Release Date: 2012 (various film festivals, TBA).

Director: Casey Nelson.

Writers: Casey Nelson and Chris Hayes.

Producer: Hunter G. Williams.

Runtime: approximately nine minutes.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Badstreet USA 45 record for Sale!

I was going through my record collection ( & yes, I do have a record collection ) and I found my album ( it's a 45 ) of Badstreet U.S.A.

Freebirds 4-Ever!

Michael Hayes is AWESOME!

$10.00 on sale.

contact if interestered 

Christmas... Gift Wish!!!

Here is my Christmas 2011 Gift Wish List! 
(Stuff I won't get but...)
1. Camcorder ( I like Sony, but Radio Shack had some cheapies for $30.00 )
2. WWE Bret Hart / Shawn Michaels DVD ( I hear it's Awesome! )
3. Gift Card to ( Cinemark movies, but AMC will do )
4. Creepy Latex Halloween Mask ( I'd wear it more than just Halloween )
5. Horror T-shirts ( & 80's Horror T's )
6. Apple Computer ( Yeah right )
7. Prop Gun ( like in the movies )
8. Subscription to HorrorHound magazine ( cool mag )
9. Star Wars vintage action figures ( do I need to explain this )
10. 80's classic posters ( full size movie posters )

This top ten list is just off the top of my head.

Jack The Giant Killer

JACK THE GIANT KILLER In 3D and 2D in select theaters
and IMAX on June 15

(New Line Cinema/Legendary Pictures)

Director: Bryan Singer
Writers: Screenplay by Darren Lemke and Christopher McQuarrie and Dan Studney
Story by Darren Lemke & David Dobkin
Producers: Neal Moritz, David Dobkin, Bryan Singer, Patrick McCormick
Executive Producers: Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Alex Garcia, Ori Marmur

Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane, Bill Nighy, Eleanor Tomlinson,
Ewan McGregor

Action Adventure. “Jack the Giant Killer” tells the story of an ancient war that is reignited when a young farmhand unwittinglyopens a gateway between our world and a fearsome race of giants. Unleashed on the Earth for the first time in centuries, the giants strive to reclaim the land they once lost, forcing the young man, Jack, into the battle of his life to stop them. Fighting for a kingdom, its people, and the love of a brave princess, he comes face to face with the unstoppable warriors he thought only existed in legend—and gets the chance to become a legend himself.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

WWF Spectrum Wrestling Program (Bob Backlund v Jesse Ventura)

WWF @ Philadelphia, PA - Spectrum - February 20, 1982 (10,972)Televised on the PRISM Network:
Dominic Denucci defeated Charlie Fulton
Adrian Adonis defeated SD Jones
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Jesse Ventura
Ivan Putski defeated Killer Khan
Capt. Lou Albano, Mr. Fuji, & Mr. Saito defeated Tony Garea, Rick Martel, & Tony Atlas in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match, 2-1 (The Life & Times of Capt. Lou Albano)
Steve Travis & Rick McGraw fought Jose Estrada & Johnny Rodz to a draw
Greg Valentine defeated WWF IC Champion Pedro Morales via disqualification when Morales choked the referee in an attempt to get at his opponent

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Wednesday, December 7, 2011


eBass Entertainment unveils horror-movie homage for upcoming film, "The Eve"



eBass Entertainment unveils horror-movie homage
series in advance of 2012 film release

NEW YORK CITY — As eBass Entertainment readies to premiere its feature-length horror-thriller film The Eve, the creators are paying tribute to the genre’s most iconic films with a special movie-poster homage. “Just as our film gives a nod to several classic thrillers, we wanted this art series to hint at The Eve’s roots in the horror tradition as well as its categorical twist,” says screenwriter and producer Evan Bass.

Fans of “Friday the 13th,” “Poltergeist,” and “The Evil Dead” will recognize signature artwork from those films’ respective posters, each given a fresh interpretation by a group of talented contributing designers as well as the cast of The Eve. Bass hopes the five homage posters — to be revealed one at a time through the end of the year (followed by the official movie poster for The Eve) — will incite anticipation for the film.

Homage posters released to date include:

• “Friday the 13th,” designed by Taylor Armstrong
• “Poltergeist,” designed by PJ Filippi
• “The Evil Dead,” designed by PJ Filippi, photography by Jeremy Bales

The fourth and fifth concepts and designers have yet to be announced. View the first three posters at, and keep up-to-date on new releases by following The Eve on Facebook (

A throwback to films of the Hitchcock era, The Eve centers on three long-time, 20-something friends whose relationships have begun to unravel, in addition to one of their girlfriends, who head to Martha’s Vineyard for a New Year’s getaway in an effort to reconnect. That endeavor is quickly abandoned, however, when they discover a serial killer is preying on the island’s few off-season inhabitants. In the killer’s crosshairs, the foursome’s underlying tensions escalate into conflict and terror reverberates as they fight to survive the night.

eBass Entertainment plans to release the trailer for The Eve by December 31. The film, directed by Ritchie Steven Filippi and also produced by Angel Acevedo, is tentatively scheduled for debut early 2012.

For further details on the production, visit and watch for updates via

Monday, December 5, 2011

NWA A Night of Champions Program signed by Ric Flair

Autographed by Ric Flair
(just reduced price) $50.00 / for sale now!!! PayPal

If you have any questions, please email me at
I can send additional pictures of program by request.
I attended this show back in 1984 and it was an incredible event.  NWA pushed it as their big return to the Big Apple as Meadowlands in NJ is just right across the river from NYC.  Here is the complete line-up:

The Night of Champions

May 29, 1984 in East Rutherford, NJ
The Meadowlands drawing 12,000 ($127,900)
  1. Invader I pinned The Great Kabuki (4.32).
  2. National TV Champ Ronnie Garvin pinned Jake Roberts (6:21).
  3. NWA Junior Heavyweight Champ Les Thornton beat El Gran Apollo (6:02) via countout.
  4. Dusty Rhodes pinned The Assassin (Jesse Barr) (1:30).
  5. NWA Tag Champs Don Kernodle & Ivan Koloff beat Pez Whatley & Mark Youngblood (16:55) when Koloff pinned Whatley.
  6. Wahoo McDaniel DDQ All Japan PWF Champ Stan Hansen.
  7. National Tag Champs The Road Warriors beat King Kong Bundy & Jimmy Valiant (9:03) when Hawk pinned Bundy.
  8. WWC Universal Champ Carlos Colon pinned Tully Blanchard (13:43).
  9. NWA World Champ Ric Flair pinned Ricky Steamboat (34:49).
Please contact me if you are interested in this rare item.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

80's Wrestling Magazine on Sale Here!!!!

Wrestling Ringside No. 31 , November for Sale Now Only $10.00 (US Only)
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I have hundreds of wrestling magazines for the 1980's , if you are looking for something , just ask.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

The New Screenwriter

Attention! If you are a horror screenwriter and you are working on your first script, you definitely need to check this out. The New...