|1.||I Am Legend: Awakening - Story 2: Isolation
In the early stages of the KV Pandemic, an imprisoned terrorist is deliberately left behind at the prison to die, with no information on the outbreak. This is the second of the four animated comics taking place in the same universe as the movie "I Am Legend".
|2.||The Schlocky Horror Picture Show
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Night of the Living Dead (2007)
It was originally written by Romero and John Russo as a horror comedy called Monster Flick which, at the time, was about alien invaders who befriend a group of teenagers, and could possibly be mistaken for Teenagers From Outer Space, so they returned to the writing board and added the living dead which Romero called ghouls, after the television executives he had as clients. Then he was inspired by I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, and came up with the more apocalyptic scenario we're watching tonight. I Am Legend, of course, was adapted as The Last Man On Earth, which was the first film I screened, thus the Cycle Of Life and the Public Domain revolves.
|3.||The Schlocky Horror Picture Show
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Last Man on Earth (2007)
"I think I've seen this film before," you're probably right. The Last Man On Earth is based on the novel I Am Legend, and I Am Legend was also adapted as The Omega Man which starred Charlton Heston. So basically they're the same film, except in one film you've got Vincent Price and the other you've got Charlton Heston.
|4.||The Day the World Forgot
(2008 Short Film)
Inspired by writer Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, Twilight Zone), The Day The World Forgot paints an eerie picture of the world's human population as it migrates to the coasts. Our hero, a lone businessman, meets his last companion on the beach where he watches packs of fellow humans gracefully disappear into the ocean. The twisted phenomenon and simple conversation reveals our hero's crisis, a deep-rooted struggle to let go of everything human. Will he follow in their footsteps?
(2011 TV Series)
They have created the dreams that mark our nightmares, forging an unforgettable world of dark fantasy, horror and suspense. After thirty years of accruing in-depth interviews, award-winning author Stanley Wiater has created the ultimate video library of horror icons as SMASH VISION presents "Dark Dreamers; - Volume One." This four-DVD set features one-on-one interviews with over 30 writers, directors, producers, actors and SFX artists - including "I Am Legend" author Richard Matheson. From John Landis to Stan Winston; Forrest J Ackerman to Clive Barker; John Saxon to Wes Craven; Sean S. Cunningham to Larry Cohen..... the artistic world of horror would not exist without these dark dreamers. Why did they enter this dimension? How did they make their mark? What is it about their craft that drives their passion? Respected journalist and horror aficionado Stanley Wiater spent decades developing relationships with renowned subjects, and their stories will entertain, enlighten, and perhaps even scare the dark dreamer in us all.
|6.||Interviews with Creatives
(2015 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.5 (2015)
In our fifth interview of the series, we spoke with animation veteran Jeremy Collins (Senior Animator II at Blizzard Entertainment). For the past 3 years, he has been working on the well know 'World of Warcraft' games. Prior to his game animation work, Jeremy as excelled as an animator in numerous feature films such as 'Tangled', 'Arthur Christmas', 'Alice In Wonderland', 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' and 'I Am Legend', just to name a few. He is very passionate and knowledgeable about his craft. It was a pleasure to talk with him.
|7.||The Philadelphia Independents
Episode: Sonny Vellozzi - Producing Quality Content (2016)
Sonny Vellozzi is an actor/producer out of the Philadelphia area. He his best known for his work in Unpull the Trigger (2006), I am Legend (2007), and upcoming feature films The Listing (2016) and Without You (2016). Sonny wasn't always in the acting game, but once he was, the rest as they say, is history. In a short period of time he has appeared in 20 feature films, eight commercials and 16 TV series. Tune in to learn more about Sonny and his upcoming projects!