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Another horror film has passed through the Kickstarter gauntlet and come out a winner. Blood Kiss, a vamp noir, was written by Michael Reaves, who is suffering from Parkinson's Disease. The horror community has rallied behind this project and is making it a reality.
From the Press Release
Writer/producer Neil Gaiman, actresses Amber Benson, comic artist Tom Mandrake, friend Whoopi Goldberg, and a number of entertainment industry veterans are rallying to make ailing filmmaker Michael Reaves’ final film, Blood Kiss, a reality.
Blood Kiss is set in Golden Age Hollywood, a classic film noir tale of a sexy jazz singer in distress and a private investigator who takes on a little more than he bargained for when he discovers this case involves vampire murders.
"There's nothing supernatural about vampires," says Reaves, "My vampires, that is. Everything in Blood Kiss is explained in terms of a symbiotic organism that alters »
- Scott Hallam
If there's one constant in American television, it's the public's insatiable appetite for mysteries and the oddballs tasked with solving them. In the past decade, that role has largely been filled by the likes of CSI and Law and Order, and depended upon sophisticated technology and identification of bodily fluids, but it used to be different. Americans used to prefer their detectives to be curmudgeonly septuagenarians who simply solved murders in their spare time, your Miss Marples and what have you. Father Dowling Mysteries was born of this trend, and even if it hasn't aged especially well (or just strangely), you could probably do worse as daytime television reruns go.
- Anders Nelson
2 items from 2013
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