Sat, 9 December 2006
Chief Counsel Michael Stailey kicks off our Holly Jolly Christmas celebration with writer/director Bob Clark whose films BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974) [Read Judge Bryan Pope's review] and A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983) [Read Judge Bill Gibron's review] make the perfect bookend of classic Christmas DVDs.
Bob gives us the inside story on both pictures, the new remake of BLACK CHRISTMAS (2006) [View the trailer] by Glen Morgan and James Wong (X-Files, Millennium), and several other remakes of his films in the works by Eli Roth, Howard Stern, and Bob himself. Then stick around after the interview for voice mail highlights, and a preview of our new show format kicking off next week!
If you live in Los Angeles, don't miss the special December 19 screening of BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974) with director Bob Clark and actors John Saxon and Olivia Hussey, at the New Beverly Cinema, 7165 Beverly Blvd, one block west of La Brea. This is part of Grindhouse Cinema's double feature series, with the second film being SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT (1974). Admission is $7. For more information, call (323) 465-8764 or visit Grindhouse Cinema.
And for even more BLACK CHRISTMAS information, visit danyuld's uber-fan site itsmebilly.com
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