Interview with Author G.G. SIlverman
Interview with Author Adam Rockoff
Interview with Author Gene DeRosa
On the show tonight from The Strain Salem’s Lot, Super Mario Brothers American Psycho, and many other movies Samantha Mathis, Then from Battlestar Galactica we have Nicki Clyne. I will talk about SuperMega Fest and some of the cool people we met.
Dracula staring Frank Langella as the count himself came out in 1980 with a great score by John Williams. The music was composed and conducted by Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra.
If your not familiar with John Williams work, then I am ashamed at you, he is one of the most reconnizable conducted in the history of cinema, for films The Star Wars Saga episodes 1-7, Superman, Jaws, Indiana Jones 1-4 and so many more.
It’s a dark Gothic macabre score for Williams, and his first Vampire score. It has a really nice feel and you can tell this is Williams work in the very beginning of the movie as the helicopter flies over head as a tracking shot is used across the ocean to Dracula’s Castle.
The vinyl it self is not much to look at in the way of anything artistic or fancy compared to my previous vinyl reviews. With Langella on the front and the tracks on the back.
It’s a very romantic piece of music something I would put on for that date who enjoys the romance of the vampire.
This was announced last year or early this year I think, I don’t think Dracula Untold was part of the reboot. I hope not its an ok film not a great or good film.Its border line so bad its good. Any way read the article below.
Per Variety, universe architects Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan spoke about their plans, confirming that The Mummy is the first film in the works. Reboots of Van Helsing, Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein, and The Wolfman will follow; and different writers will tackle each monster.
“The idea is that we have a deep bench of brains to consult with about how their monster fits into our world as we go forward,” Kurtzman explains. “We’re creating a mythology, so we’re looking at this canon and thinking, ‘What are the rules?’ What can we break, and what are the ones that are untouchable?”
“This is not a heightened world,” Morgan adds. “We’re exploring issues of family identity and questions of, ‘Where do I belong in the world?’”
“Heroes tend to be perfect, but most people in an audience aren’t ever going to know what it’s like to be the smartest, strongest, or fastest person alive,” he continues. “But there’s a darkness inside everybody. And everyone wants to be able to turn a curse into empowerment. The monsters have been in the shadows, and now it’s time to bring them out into the light.”
Universal’s big plan is for a new monster movie to come out each year, and the films will update the classic stories for modern times while retaining familiar elements. Much like in The Avengersuniverse, those individual characters will not necessarily be confined to their own movies.
“The characters will interact with each other across movies,” says Donna Langley, chair of Universal Pictures. “We’re incubating it at the moment, and we’re taking the time to get it right.”
The brand new Mummy film will begin shooting in early 2016.
Tonight on the show from Super Mega Fest we have one of the show runners, John he will be with us to talk about all the cool happenings at Super Mega Fest, which is Next weekend In Framingham MA at the Sheraton Hotel.
Then thru out the night we will be playing the sound track from the play Carmilla A vampire Tale
Check out my interviews with Author Jack Ketchum in case you missed it
My Interview with Penny Dreadful
My Interview with the producer of The History of Metal and Horror
On the show tonight to talk about books and movies and the passing of Texas Chainsaw Massacre Actor Gunnar Hanson (Who died last night at the age of 68 RIP) Model/Actress Sarah French and Author Joe Knetter. Then we have http://www.horrormade.com on the show with us, we had to postpone from last week.
Then the director of Condemned Eli Morgan Gesner is on the show with us to talk about his virus filled new thriller.
A link to the movies IMDB
Joe Knetter’s site
Sarah French’s Site