Best movie moment.
now you know how people with glasses see.
WOAH is this how it really is?
YES THIS IS VERY ACCURATE
I’d say it’s a little worse than that tbh
A lot worse actually
THIS IS ALL I HAVE WANTED TO SHOW PEOPLE MY ENTIRE LIFE.
The level of blur depends on how bad a person’s vision is, but yes, this is absolutely accurate.
- Cinefest at GSU is teasing a special guest for their 5 pm showing of The World’s End tomorrow.
- Edgar Wright tweets about being in Atlanta.
Well, I *was* going to try and get some work done tomorrow afternoon.
Also? Ant-Man is going to film at Pinewood in Fayetteville.
Has that been confirmed? I thought it was a rumor.
Latino Review certainly thinks so.
for Ben Affleck & Mondo
24x36” 5 color screenprint
I saw The Town at a midnight opening showing at the Boston Common theatre, surrounded by drunk locals and townies who would cheer in rows every time one of their friends appeared on screen as an extra (about every 5 minutes) or the camera passed by their apartment or favorite Dunkin Donuts (any establishing shot). I heard beer bottles rolling down the aisles, people shouting at the screen in the thickest of Boston accents. It was one of my favorite theatre-going experiences, partially because it was not dissimilar from the countless games ive attended at Fenway Park. fun and unruly. this movie and the town it pseudo-represents has an energy thats just hard to describe, but is really fun to be immersed in. The third act reveal of the final heist resulted in a full theatre ROAR. yeah, its a goofy movie, but whatever man. nobody ever stood up in a showing of Blade Runner and screamed “THATS MY BOY DONNY. FUCK YEAH DONNY.” and thats why im stoked to have made this poster.
I love all of this except the word “goofy”. On what fucking planet is this movie “goofy”? It’s a taut fucking heist thriller that still leaves time to actually say something about how the place you come from shapes you. Goofy, my fucking ass.
That minor quibble aside, this poster is fucking fantastic and you should be damn proud of your work.
With the Twisted Twins, RIP Horror FilmFest 2013.
samiragray asked: Trust me, I will more than likely bitch slap you if you ever become one of those people who disregards your fans (especially now that you've given me permission). But by the looks of it, I don't think you ever will and your response alone ash proved to me that I don't think you ever will. Seriously, thank you for that. It's always so disappointing to know that people you look up to couldn't care less and it just makes me love you all the more that you give a shit about each fan you make.
We honestly love each and every single fan we have. They’re just better than everyone else.
We met ONE horror icon hero of ours at a con and he just complained about the con to his handler the entire time, never looked up at us, and then charged us $60 for the honor of being in his presence. So shitty. No one will ever have a story like that about us. ha ha, when we go to fests and cons they literally have to drag us away from our fans cuz we never quit :)
And never will.
And today is the day I discover the Soskas are on tumblr. Of course they are.
I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Jen and Sylvia at the RIP Horror FilmFest in Long Beach while I was out in California a few weeks ago. I had no idea they were going to be there (I was there to support Devanny Pinn and her new film), but I had just watched American Mary and was kinda blown away.
They aren’t kidding, by the way. I will say, unequivocally, the Twisted Twins are the best experience I’ve ever had meeting a guest at any sort of con or festival. They are warm and friendly and completely authentic, and they are so enthusiastic about the work they do.
They should be. if you haven’t seen American Mary, go get your priorities in check. That movie is dripping with style AND substance. I mean, I think The Morningside Monster came out pretty solid, but American Mary is extraordinarily good, next-level awesome.
*PS - Followup post will be the rare self-posted picture of me, because Jen and Sylvia were kind enough to take one with me.
Most of you guys know I’ve been working on this film called “The Morningside Monster” for about a year and a half. It’s a feature length horror/thriller and it has very cool actors in it, like Nicholas Brendon from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Rob Pralgo from The Vampire Diaries, and Tiffany Shepis from about a million different indie films.
I have the extreme pleasure of announcing that the world premiere of the film is going to take place on January 14th at The Plaza Theater in Atlanta. We’ll have a filmmaker Q&A after the ceremony.
If you are an Atlanta area tumblr, I hope you’ll come out and say hello. It’s going to be a great evening!
The characters on The Walking Dead live in Atlanta with absolutely no air conditioning. Why does no one shorts? Or tank tops (with the exception of Daryl)?
Possibly the same reason it’s been what, 2-3 years since the zombies showed up and lawns still look amazingly well-maintained?
(Also, great joke I’m posting from the AV Club comments: The Governor had to finish chopping off Herschel’s head, because otherwise he would have been up against Herschel walker.)
That joke kills.
Limbaugh is right. Somebody did get to Pope Francis. It was Jesus. Self-styled “defenders of Christianity,” like Palin and Limbaugh, peddle a profoundly unhistorical view of Jesus. Indeed, if you listened to those on the far right you would think that all Jesus ever spoke about was guns and gays.
Reza Aslan, a man known for his sick burns on religious issues, dropping more sick burns.(via shortformblog)