I caught an old noir film the other night called “T-Men, ” directed by Anthony Mann. As 40s noir films go, it had pretty much all the ingredients – convoluted plot, hardboiled detectives with internal conflicts, twists and turns, etc. The only thing really missing was a true femme fatale. Maybe not on par with … More The Art of John Alton
R.I.P Egon, et al Wow. Looking back, you might say Harold Ramis was a huge part of my formative years. One of the first movies I ever saw as a child was “Animal House.” (Yes, at the tender age of 7, my parents took me and my siblings to see an R-rated film full of … More R.I.P Egon, et al
“Learn the principle, abide by the principle, and dissolve the principle. In short, enter a mold without being caged in it. Obey the principle without being bound by it. LEARN, MASTER AND ACHIEVE!” – Bruce Lee
This is the music video done for the Knoxville band Scent of Remains. It’s the followup to “BTK” that I did for them last year. Questions or comments about this video? Interested in a video of your own? Contact me for info.
This is our entry into the Bloody Cuts UK “Who’s There?” Horror Film Challenge. Enjoy 🙂
The Code of a Filmmaker
There were a lot of good films in this category this year – seems like some of the best in the last few years. I entered two films – “Bel Damme,” about the horrors of sleep disorders, and “Against the Grain,” about a killer and his tool. I like “Bel Damme” a lot, and for … More “Against the Grain” wins Best Regional Film and Audience Favorite at the 2013 Knoxville Horror Film Festival