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Oct 17 07 11:15 AM
I wonder if any of the artwork done for the abandoned DRACULA movie has surfaced...?
It's funny, in the Frazetta Icon book, Frank mentions how he thought Vampirella's costume was ridiculous.
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When I was still living in Denver, back in the mid 80's, one of the PBS affiliates (Ch 12, KBDI) has a weekly show called "Home Movies."
Captain Justice: a superhero spoof. Only shot one day's worth of footage. Shot some titles, and turned it into a 'trailer' for a film
that was never coming to theaters.
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In college I had the opportunity to shoot in 16mm, and record separate sync sound on a Nagra... and also to create my own soundtrack (I had started playing
guitar by then, so Hendrix-style feedback and whammy-bar dives drenched in reverb on an old Fender Strat (which I should have kept... worth $$$ today) could
approach a kind of suitable sci-fi vibe -- it was OUTER LIMITS by way of URIAH HEEP, but it seemed to me to work at the time....
Jul 28 08 1:30 AM
When I was still living in Denver, back in the mid 80's, one of the PBS affiliates (Ch 12, KBDI) has a weekly show called "Home Movies." Every
week, there would be four or five short films, and the occasional interview with the folks who made them. I really miss that show, especially the Halloween
editions of it. Some truly amazing stuff was broadcast on that show, and was a major inspiration to other kids to send stuff in... amazing how short film
production in the area jumped, once there was a semi "legit" venue for them to be seen. Now that I'm working for PBS here in Arkansas, I'm
trying to interest the powers that be locally that we need to revive the show.
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Sounds like you could cut together several of your clips for a real 'epic' trailer.
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Glad to see this thread is still alive! Great-looking stop-motion stuff, Tim! (How'd you get that prismatic streak of light behind the
Enterprise as it jumped into warp speed?) And I wish Tom had been around when I was trying to do a Dracula film. A while back, I found a couple of
frame blow-ups I did from some of the 8mm stuff. If I can recall where I stashed them, I'll post them here. One was a shot of a stop-motion diver from my
Captain Nemo project, and the other is a shot of one of the gals from a Frankenstein film I did. (She would have been at home in a Hammer film...that's
all I'll say, for now.)
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