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9 items from 2013


'Greatest Event in TV History': Adam Scott remakes 'Too Close for Comfort' intro

7 November 2013 11:25 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

It's happened once again, as the "Greatest Event in TV History" has been unleashed. This time around, Adam Scott and friends recreated the intro to the early 1980s sitcom "Too Close for Comfort," which is what many expected after the teaser image that was released.

Before the show could get underway, they had to introduce the cast and go behind-the-scenes to show how it all was made, of course. Things started off with Jeff Probst essentially apologizing for the last two installments not truly being TV's greatest moment. Instead, he renamed the night "An Event in TV History," which definitely seems more appropriate.

Joining Scott, who played Jim J. Bullock's role in the intro, was Catherine O'Hara (Nancy Dussault), Jon Glaser (Ted Knight), Chelsea Peretti (Deborah Van Valkenburgh) and Kathryn Hahn (Lydia Cornell).

They weren't the only ones getting in on the fun though, as Jason Mantzoukas was the director, »

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Chicago! Albert Pyun in person with Road To Hell at the Triple Threat Film Fest!

6 March 2013 6:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), Road To Hell sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original Streets composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, The Road To Hell offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.

Chicago artist  Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.

The Triple Threat Film Fest

Tribute to Albert Pyun

Saturday March 9th, 7pm-Midnight

Patio Theatre

6008 W. Irving Park Rd

Chicago Il

Read more »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (FANGORIA Staff)

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Chicago! Albert Pyun in person with Road To Hell at the Triple Threat Film Fest!

6 March 2013 6:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), Road To Hell sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original Streets composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, The Road To Hell offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.

Chicago artist  Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.

The Triple Threat Film Fest

Tribute to Albert Pyun

Saturday March 9th, 7pm-Midnight

Patio Theatre

6008 W. Irving Park Rd

Chicago Il

Read more »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (FANGORIA Staff)

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Chicago! Albert Pyun in person with Road To Hell at the Triple Threat Film Fest!

6 March 2013 6:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), Road To Hell sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original Streets composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, The Road To Hell offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.

Chicago artist  Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.

The Triple Threat Film Fest

Tribute to Albert Pyun

Saturday March 9th, 7pm-Midnight

Patio Theatre

6008 W. Irving Park Rd

Chicago Il

Read more »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (FANGORIA Staff)

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Chicago! Albert Pyun in person with Road To Hell at the Triple Threat Film Fest!

6 March 2013 6:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), Road To Hell sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original Streets composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, The Road To Hell offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.

Chicago artist  Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.

The Triple Threat Film Fest

Tribute to Albert Pyun

Saturday March 9th, 7pm-Midnight

Patio Theatre

6008 W. Irving Park Rd

Chicago Il

Read more »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (FANGORIA Staff)

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Chicago! Albert Pyun in person with Road To Hell at the Triple Threat Film Fest!

6 March 2013 6:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), Road To Hell sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original Streets composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, The Road To Hell offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.

Chicago artist  Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.

The Triple Threat Film Fest

Tribute to Albert Pyun

Saturday March 9th, 7pm-Midnight

Patio Theatre

6008 W. Irving Park Rd

Chicago Il

Read more »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (FANGORIA Staff)

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Chicago! Albert Pyun in person with Road To Hell at the Triple Threat Film Fest!

6 March 2013 6:36 PM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Several years in the making (a rough cut premiered at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse back in 2008), Road To Hell sees a jaded Cody (Michael Pare) making his way through a surreal, purgatorial landscape where he meets two foul-mouthed female spree-killers (Clare Kramer and Courtney Peldon) who derail his attempts to find redemption after years of fighting an unnamed war. Featuring the music of original Streets composer Jim Steinmann alongside new songs by Anthony Riparetti and performed by The Roxy Gunn Project, with longtime fave Deborah Van Valkenburgh reprising her role as Cody's sassy sister, The Road To Hell offers a dark flipside to the classic rock n roll fable.

Chicago artist  Neil Klemz created some great alternative artwork to promote the Chicago show, pictured here.

The Triple Threat Film Fest

Tribute to Albert Pyun

Saturday March 9th, 7pm-Midnight

Patio Theatre

6008 W. Irving Park Rd

Chicago Il

Read more »

- bigsmashproductions@gmail.com (FANGORIA Staff)

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Promo Video for Chicago's March 9th Triple Threat Film Fest

18 February 2013 1:58 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Thinking about attending the Triple Threat Film Fest in Chicago this March, which is showing Albert Pyun's Road to Hell along with director's cuts of his earlier films Nemesis and Cyborg? Then check out this promo he cut together for the event!

It's lengthy but covers all three films and reminds us why the older ones are still cult favorites to this day. Along with the video, Pyun sent over a new "Triple Threat" banner ad by graphic artist Jerry Scullion, who also did the Cyborg case art.

The "Triple Threat" event is taking place at the Patio Theatre (click here for tickets). There's also a "Triple Threat" Facebook event page so be sure to RSVP there if you plan to attend.

On Saturday, March 9th, the Patio Theatre (6008 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago, Il 60634; (773) 685-4291) will screen three of director Albert Pyun's films from 7:00 pm to »

- The Woman In Black

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New Posters Pave the Way for the Road to Hell Midwest Premiere

14 February 2013 3:26 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We told you earlier this week about Albert Pyun's Road to Hell having its Midwest premiere on March 9th at the Patio Theatre in Chicago, and the event promoter has commissioned two new posters for the film from artist Neil Klemz. Check 'em out right here!

Road to Hell was directed by Pyun, written by Cynthia Curnan, and is the unofficial sequel to the 1984 rock & roll fable Streets of Fire. It stars Michael Pare, Clare Kramer, Courtney Peldon, and Roxy Gunn with a special appearance by Deborah Van Valkenburgh. Below the posters you'll find info on the screening.

The "Triple Threat" event (which encompasses Road to Hell along with director's cuts of Nemesis and Cyborg) is taking place at the Patio Theatre (click here for tickets). There's also a "Triple Threat" Facebook event page so be sure to RSVP there if you plan to attend.

On Saturday, March 9th, »

- The Woman In Black

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