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Robert Galluzzo Talks The Psycho Legacy

21 October 2010 4:57 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

This writer caught up with genre journalist and documentary filmmaker Robert Galluzzo this past Tuesday night at the Burbank, CA hot spot of horror, Dark Delicacies, as he celebrated the release of his documentary The Psycho Legacy (which that day released nationwide via Shout! Factory) with a well attended, in-store DVD signing.

It seemed an appropriate evening to pick his brain as fans and Psycho alumni arrived en masse, as did an intimidating lightning storm that hovered over the Los Angeles basin, not unlike the one Psycho star Janet Leigh drove through on her way to her eventual demise in the original 1960 Hitchcock classic, which, along with its sequels, served as the inspiration for Galluzzo’s The Psycho Legacy.

Galluzzo happily took some time out from the festivities to wax on the trials and tribulations of his long-in-the-making documentary (read our review of The Psycho Legacy here) as well as »

- SeanD.

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Exclusive: Robert V. Galluzzo Talks The Psycho Legacy

19 October 2010 10:23 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Robert V. Galluzzo sheds some new light on the historic Psycho movie series, particularly the sequels

Have you ever gotten excited about a new DVD coming out, only to be disappointed with the lack of special feature content? It happened to Robert V. Galluzzo a few years back and instead of ranting and raving on message boards and commenting in articles, he did something about it: He made a documentary.

A lifelong horror fan who had contributed as a journalist on numerous horror sites before creating his own site, Icons of Fright, he discovered that when Psycho II and Psycho III were released on DVD back in 2005, there were absolutely no special features. He began to discover that there just wasn't a lot of information out there. Particularly on the sequels to Alfred Hitchcock's original 1960 classic, Psycho. The result of that initial idea is The Psycho Legacy, which will »

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Sneak Peak: Bobby Ray Akers Jr.'s Hallow Pointe

8 July 2010 11:37 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Here's some cool info I found on Facebook today about an upcoming film for 2011 called Hallow Pointe. Check out the info and it's impressive cast below!

From The Press Release:

"They came to save their marriage...Now they must fight to save their lives."

Hallow Pointe in Development for 2011 Release

Director Bobby Ray Akers, Jr & Dead of Night Films, LLC in Development on Hallow Pointe

St. Louis: Director Bobby Ray Akers, Jr and Dead of Night Films, LLC are in development on the horror/thriller Hallow Pointe. Production is set to begin filming in Louisiana in the Fall of 2010 with an anticipated 2011 theatrical release.

Hallow Pointe is a chilling story about love, life and what lengths you go through to try and save someone; all told within the classic horror staple, a creature feature. The film is centered around Madeline's Closet, a quaint bed and breakfast hidden away from the »

- brians

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Hellraiser Documentary Details

6 February 2010 6:46 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

With nearly every horror franchise receiving the documentary treatment these days, it's not surprising that Hellraiser is among them. Today, we've got some early details for you on behind-the-camera talent.

Dark Knight Pictures announces that Stefan Hutchinson (Halloween: 25 Years of Terror) will direct the definitive documentary with our good friend Ryan Rotten on scripting duties. Anthony Masi (His Name Was Jason) will handle producing details.

Really looking forward to this one. While I'd argue that there are only three films in the Hellraiser series (unless someone wants to release the longer cut of Bloodline), I'm really curious to see how the direct-to-video Dimension era is handled.

- MattFini

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Camelot Acquires Rights to Zombie Culture Documentaries

28 January 2010 10:07 AM, PST | HugAZombie | See recent HugAZombie news »

Camelot?  King Arthur's Court?  Zombies?  Have we been missing an entirely new "undead" angle to the story of The Knights of the Round Table?  No.  Not that Camelot.  We're talking about Camelot Entertainment Group, Inc. who just added two horror documentaries to its domestic line-up --  Zombie Culture: Documentary of the Living Dead and Unearthed: The Hellraiser Saga.  Both will be distributed through Camelot’s DarKnight Pictures, a division of Camelot Distribution Group.

Both documentaries will be produced by Anthony Masi who brought us the marginally interesting His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th and Halloween: 25 Years of Terror.

“Hellraiser is one of the most recognizable horror franchises and with the studio reboot in 2011, this is great time to produce and release a behind the story feature,” commented Jaime Thompson, Camelot's President of Distribution. “Zombie Culture capitalizes on how zombies have become the most popular movie monster. »

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