Wednesday, March 31, 2004

It Came From Mt. Olive: Aquanoids Review

STLFILMWIRE.com subscriber (and everyone's friend) Eric Spudic has a new video out on the shelf. In the tradition of Jaws, it's one of those crazy "don't go in the water" type flicks. B-movie fans rejoice! It's a review of Aquanoids... [CLICK HERE]

Monday, March 29, 2004

Cinemaspoke Finalists Announced

Congrats to all the Cinemaspoke Finalists! Now that they've been announced, it's time to attend the readings. Each date will be held at HH Studios, 2500 Sutton in Maplewood at 7pm.

Tuesday April 27th
Mark Twain Returns- Val Teel
The Candle Room- Dan Bishop

Tuesday May 25th
Chasm- Jason J. Bollinger
Foreverland- Dan Bishop

Tuesday June 29th
Feeny's Bluff- Barrett L. Freeman
My Father's Father- Michael R. Pollard

Tuesday July 27th
Shirley- Daniel McGowan
The Secret of Carlsville- Joseph Haven III

Tuesday August 31st
Sir Roger Casement, Traitor- George L. Hickenlooper Sr.
The Christmas Computer- Sandra Olmsted

For more info on Cinemaspoke, CLICK HERE!

48 Hour Film Project Hits St. Louis

The first 10 teams for the 48 Hour Film Project have been decided. The
drawing to determine the remaining teams will take place the weekend of
April 16. Time is running out to sign up your team! CLICK HERE for an application.

Hickenlooper Talks About the Sunset

Check out this interview with George Hickenlooper (The Mayor of Sunset Strip). [CLICK HERE]

Sunday, March 28, 2004

HH Studio Classes Starting Soon

Another round of classes will be starting soon at HH Studio, with Carrie Houk teaching Acting for the Camera and Acting, a new session of My Life as a Movie: Beginning Screenwriting taught by Brian Hohlfeld, and Ed Reggi's Improv Class.

On May 8, we'll be offering a one-day seminar, Intro to Independent Filmmaking, taught by Brian Hohlfeld with guests Bobbie Lautgenschlager and Bobby Kirk.

Check out hhstl.com for details.

Friday, March 12, 2004

USA NETWORK PREVIEW: DOTD

Tune in to Final Destination on Monday, March 15 at 7:00pm, when USA presents a television first: the first 10 minutes of the upcoming motion picture Dawn of the Dead - uncut, uncensored, and before it hits theaters. Although keep in mind that Final Destination starts at 7pm. Word is that the DOTD preview won't occur until like 9pm. But don't take my word for it.

Also be sure to check out James Gunn's interview in the latest issue of Fangoria.

Monday, March 08, 2004

THE WIRE IS BACK!

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I'd like to thank Dan and Doug of DHTV.org, Scott at Adjustafresh.com, The No-Limit Honkey, as well as several other cool folk. By the way, thanks to B.J. Lange and his cousin, we got even more up our sleeves!

Enjoy!

Thursday, March 04, 2004

James Gunn: March Madness

Whether it's Dawn of the Dead, or Daphne and Fred, Hollywood seems like they cannot get enough of this writing talent. We decided to check in with man behind the penis monster, and ask him about the two films he has premiering in March. CLICK HERE