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The 1997 film, The Night Flier, may not be the most famous adaptation of a Stephen King story, but it still has its loyal fans that will be happy to learn of an hour long video that has emerged with never-before-seen footage.
The video multiple features aspects of the filmmaking process, from set preparation to the visual effects behind the airplane sequences. The film’s writer and director Mark Pavia can be seen interacting with the cast and crew, which was perhaps the last time he was on a film set as a director, as we haven’t seen any new features from him since. You can see what it was like on the set of The Night Flier by checking out the video below.
- Jemma George
The anthology horror film is back in the wake of the success of chapter-style horror films like The Theatre Bizarre (2011) and its announced follow-up, V/H/S (2012), the soon-to-be-released sequel V/H/S 2 (2013) and The ABC’s of Death (2012).
While this movement generates a good deal of conversation about the fondly remembered Amicus productions of the 1960’s and 1970’s like Dr. Terror’s House Of Horrors (Freddie Francis, 1965), Torture Garden (Freddie Francis, 1967), The House That Dripped Blood (Peter Duffell, 1971) and Asylum (Roy Ward Baker, 1972) among others, the comparison is not exactly accurate across the board.
While the segments of V/H/S are unified by shared visual style and a wraparound story, The Theatre Bizarre and The ABC’s of Death come off as collections of essentially unrelated horror short films loosely bound by a flimsy wraparound segment in the case of The Theatre Bizarre or a basic concept as »
- Terek Puckett
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