For the past few months, I’ve had to keep it zipped about a project Chrissie Harper and I had in the can but couldn’t discuss until the distributor which commissioned it made a public announcement. At 3pm on Friday afternoon, Arrow Video officially confirmed it will be releasing The Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion on Blu-ray in January, with our documentary The Forbidden Lady among the extras. Full details here.
I was over in Coventry yesterday, cooling my heels (and a lot else besides) in a massive grocery warehouse alongside my Vamporama Films colleague Chrissie Harper and actor Liam Woon. We were there for principal photography on our new horror short Monsters (the photographs above show Liam during the final rehearsal and a sample clip with preliminary grading). More news soon.
Well, not exactly, but I am currently hunting for a new address (amazingly, only the third I’ll have had for any significant period) whilst I empty this manse of thirty-plus years of accumulated detritus before putting it on the market. It may be a vain hope, but maybe the move will also provide some perspective and a little more direction along my career path, which more frequently resembles a disputed right of way across an abandoned firing range.
More news to follow, I guess. Meanwhile, I should be making a more upbeat announcement very shortly about a documentary project I’ve just completed with Chrissie Harper, my partner in Vamporama Films. Stay tuned.
Just a reminder that I’m also on IMDb.
You can now find me on Muck Rack.
You can now find me on The Talent Manager.
I’ve just seen a copy of the first progress report for this year’s Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester. It includes a report on last year’s event, and there’s me in the middle photograph, interviewing the delightful Jenny Hanley on stage. The resulting article appeared in February’s issue of The Dark Side.
There’s a new project in the pipeline at Vamporama Films: a gothic short entitled Monsters, to be directed by Chrissie Harper from a script she’s conjured out of a story idea of mine. More news soon, but for now, here’s a detail from one of Chrissie’s storyboards.
I interviewed the actress Dagmar Lassander at the 2016 Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester. I can’t say too much at the moment, but my colleague Chrissie Harper is currently editing footage from our conversation on stage into a short documentary, under the working title The Forbidden Lady. More news soon as I’m able to announce it.
Had a highly entertaining conversation with actor/director Dominic Brunt on Thursday, followed up two days later by a short chat with his wife and regular collaborator Joanne Mitchell. The topic was their movie Attack of the Adult Babies, which gets its DVD and Blu-ray release from Nucleus Films on 11 June. Touch wood, my feature will appear in Dark Side shortly afterwards.
Photo (c) Ginger Nuts of Horror