Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Saturday, December 10, 2016

FBN on Amazon Video

Frankenstein's Bloody Nightmare is now available of Amazon streaming video worldwide for purchase and rent as well as free streaming if you have Amazon prime!

Actually, I should say "yet again available" because FBN was already available on Amazon for a number of years through either Unearthed Films or TLA Video, I'm not totally sure who delivered it but it was up there.

I was able to get FBN back onto Amazon through their new Amazon Video Direct (AVD) program, which allows one to setup an account, upload a video and get paid for purchases/rental/streams. It's been billed by the press as a Netflix killer but the reality is that's more of a competitor to Youtube Red or Netflix because it's obviously geared toward uploading longform works and not some cat videos. All videos require subtitles, which is a big barrier for many. Still, opening up a streaming video service to the general public to upload stuff is a very interesting experiment.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

Forest of the Vampire to show at IVAVF!

I'm pleased to announce that Forest of the Vampire will have it's world premiere at the inaugural International Vampire Film and Arts Festival which is behind held in Sighisoara, Transylvania, birthplace of Vlad The Impaler! A very appropriate venue I must say. More details to follow.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

FBN DVD Menu Designs

Here's another blast from the past - screenshots of the original motion menus from the Frankenstein Bloody Nightmare DVD! The final version of the menus look very different.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Frankensteins Bloody Nightmare DVD Cover Images

Here's a set of demo images for the FBN DVD release way back in 2007 that were sent to me by Unearthed Film's resident graphics guru, David, who was behind all those great Unearthed DVD covers. I like the final version but I think some of these early versions were spiffy as well. I was always partial to that image of Amy's head.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Forest of the Vampire - Gary Kent Shoot!

I just got back from a shoot with the great stuntman / actor / director Gary Kent! Gary has done stunt work on everything from the classic Jack Nicholson / Warren Oates western "The Shooting" all the way up to "Bubba Ho-Tep" and it was great to have him play the role of a weary storekeeper.

Forest of the Vampire - Poster