Just got word that my zombie short, Baby Steps, has been picked up for the HorrorQuest Film Festival 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia.
UPDATE! It’s screening at the Cinefest Film Theatre on October 20th in the Shorts Selections: Part 1 block, from 12:30pm – 4:30pm. Address is below…
Cinefest Film Theatre
66 Courtland Street SE
Suite 240, Atlanta, GA 30303
Wadiyan money from The Dictator (Taken with Instagram)
I wouldn’t ordinarily post movie news on here, but I am literally bouncing up and down with excitement – Disney’s planning to do a new Rocketeer film! The original is one of my favourite movies – here’s a piece I wrote on it for Stuff.tv.
Now, while Disney’s undoubtedly thinking of doing a reboot, I’d love to see the House of Mouse round up director Joe Johnston – who recently made Captain America: The First Avenger for Marvel – and make a direct sequel to the original film.
The principal roles would have to be recast, Superman Returns-style, if Disney were to make a 1930s or 1940s-set sequel. But I’d love to see a Rocketeer sequel that made good on the promise of the propaganda cartoon in the original film – Nazi Rocket-Men attacking the US of A!
As I mentioned a couple of weeks back, my zombie short film Baby Steps has been picked up for the Macabro Film Festival in Mexico City. Now, while it’s unlikely that many of this blog’s readers are based in Mexico City, I’d be remiss if I didn’t pop the screening times up. So here they are! It’s appearing in the “Psychopaths, Cannibals and Zombies” strand, at the following places and times:
Tuesday 21st August:
Cinematógrafo del Chopo at 12pm
Wednesday 22nd August:
Biblioteca Vasconcelos at 5pm
Thursday 23rd August:
C. C. Carranza at 6pm
Friday 24th August:
CCU en sala C. Monsivais at 4:30pm
For full details of the screenings, check the Macabro Film Festival official site.
Another recent Stuff.tv feature compiled by myself – the 25 best movie stunts. My contributions to this one were:
- Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011)
- Steamboat Bill Jr (1928)
- Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
- The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
- The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
Yes, I know that’s a pic from Harold Lloyd’s Safety Last (1923). I just like it.
25 best movie stunts