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Gore and Loathing in Phoenix V: The Recasting of "One Bloody Night"

Part of a series of essays related to the on-going production of an Arizona-based indie horror film, One Bloody Night.

After the "weekend of hell" when all but the entire cast had quit or been let go, I had come to the conclusion that I would never cast a movie again. I immediately put this lesson to use as other members of the crew stepped up to the plate and took over the second round of casting.(read more...)

Gore and Loathing in Phoenix IV: The Uncasting of "One Bloody Night"

Part of a series of essays related to the on-going production of an Arizona-based indie horror film, One Bloody Night.
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Gore and Loathing in Phoenix III: The Casting of "One Bloody Night"

Part of a series of essays related to the on-going production of an Arizona-based indie horror film, One Bloody Night.

I changed the ring on my cell phone recently; every time I heard the old ring it reminded me of actors. The thought that an actor, a prospective actor or someone who wants to give me news of actors, was possibly behind the ring of my cell made me cringe and want to curl up in my bed and hide my head under the covers.(read more...)

Gore and Loathing in Phoenix II: The Writing of "One Bloody Night"

Part of a series of essays related to the on-going production of an Arizona-based indie horror film, One Bloody Night.
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Gore and Loathing in Phoenix I: Conceiving "One Bloody Night"

"Why are you making a horror movie?" I get that one a lot here lately, and my pat answer is I've always liked horror movies and I've always wanted to make movies so it seems natural that I'd be cranking out horror flick.(read more...)

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