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It certainly doesn’t look scary in the traditional sense, but I’m guessing disturbing would be a better adjective.
Don Coscarelli’s Phantasm films are amongst the most idiosyncratic, memorable and, to be blunt, off-the-wall horror films in the canon.
How To Make Movies The Don Coscarelli Way – The Director Of Bubba Ho-Tep, Phantasm And John Dies At The End
The reason and rationale of indie filmmaking.
Things explode in an eye-popping fashion.
Buddy cop comedy and reality bending narcotic experiences. Not at once.
Balls to the mausoleum walls.
Back in early 2008, Don Coscarelli took the rights to adapt David Wong’s novel John Dies at the End into a feature film. Skip forward over two years and, in recent days, he took to Twitter and began sharing: Writing …