Whaaat, I can't believe it's been a year already?! I've been wanting to make a showreel for yonks but never had enough material for it ... UNTIL now. I don't know what else to say, except thank you for a truly amazing year. I love you all to bits.
Keep on truckin',
I haven't been around Hitrecord much. I had to put my dog down last Monday. The vet told me he would be lucky to get another 12-24 months last June. The last few months he declined rapidly and despite the fact that I felt I had come to terms with losing him I am really upset. The last month was really hard. He was the most precious dog in the whole world. I can't imagine ever being attached to an animal like I was to him and it sucks. I took this picture of him the night before I took him in.
RELEASE DATE: AUGUST 26, 1977
This never before seen documentary tells the story of art, passion, and possible death. The year is 1977 and the world recently lost "King Of The Gimmick" film director, William Castle. The loss affected many people. It especially affected a group of small town outcasts who proclaimed themselves as Castle's biggest fans. To honor their late hero, the group decide to make their own horror films, using a gimmick the way Castle used to. Against their parents wishes, they use their school tuitions to fund their tribute project. The schlockfest they decide to go for is about their town legend. A legend that kept childhood shenanigans at bay. The legend of Diolullec. The legend is that Diolullec was once a man that worked at the power plant but after the explosion that killed everyone and everything in sight, he was the only survivor. But he's now a mutated freak. Production begins in the woods and abandoned plant where Diolullec allegedly roams but as the film keeps rolling, cast and crew start to disappear. Is this part of the gimmick or did these young filmmakers discover something they shouldn't of. Before "American Movie" and "The Blair Witch Project", there was CREATURE FEATURE
a fever ridden sleep