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30 DAYS OF FEAR: Day Three, Beginning the of Job Search, Review on Alan Moore’s Latest Films, and Getting Myself to Sit Down and WritePosted: December 19, 2012 in Film
So today was a busy day full of fear and loathing.
I had my first full work day as an unemployed college graduate.
Searching for work, any kind of work, is really depressing. You write down the same information a bunch of times, and you realize how all your work experience is completely unrelated to each other and the jobs you’re applying for.
But they don’t call this the 30 DAYS OF FEAR for nothing! ONWARD!
I was able to get a hold of some of Alan Moore’s latest work which are his two films Jimmy’s End and Act of Faith, made with Mitch Jenkins.
It’s hard to give Alan Moore’s work a fair review without giving spoilers. I knew what it was walking into the short film, so the experience wasn’t quite as fresh for me. If you do manage to get to this film before you know what it is, I’m…
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Dellamorte Dellamore– aka Cemetery Man – is a 1994 comedy horror film directed by Michele Soavi. An Italian-French-German co-production, the screenplay by Gianni Romoli was based on the 1991 novel by Tiziano Sclavi. Sclavi is also the author of the comic Dylan Dog, which covers similar themes and whose protagonist is self-evidently a Rupert Everett lookalike.
The film stars Rupert Everett, François Hadji-Lazaro, and Anna Falchi. The story concerns the beleaguered caretaker of a small Italian cemetery, who searches for love while defending the town from zombies…
The film was released in Italy to little success. United States distributor October Films changed its title to Cemetery Man and saddled the film with a campy ad campaign, finally releasing it on April 26, 1996.
In the US, Cemetery Man received mostly negative critical reaction, small theatrical distribution (opening on six screens), and a frequently delayed Region 1 DVD release.
The film missed popular…
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‘They charge an arm and a leg!’
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers is a 1988 American comedy horror film directed by Fred Olen Ray (The Alien Dead, Evil Toons), and starring Gunnar Hansen (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), Linnea Quigley, Jay Richardson and Michelle Bauer. It cost around $60,000 to produce.
Incredibly, over-zealous censors decreed that the UK 1980s video release was not allowed to use the word Chainsaw in its title, so the film was released simply as ‘Hollywood Hookers’ with the word ‘Chainsaw’ replaced by the outline of the offending power tool!
When private detective Jack Chandler (Jay Richardson) tries to track down a teenage runaway (Linnea Quigley), he runs into a cult of Egyptian chainsaw-worshipping prostitutes led by “The Master” (Gunnar Hansen—Leatherface from the original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre).
“Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers made me feel like I was 12 again…
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