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About damianmaffei

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  1. Good taste? My name here is Frottage. There's no good taste happening here. I am the bearer of bad taste. As you were.
  2. Hey man, thanks. You know how I am. Just a regular guy who knows what he's talking about and should be running a studio so I can do away with all evil. Just to back up what I was saying: Here is the pre-distribution, poster made by the filmmakers: Piggy badass Here's Foghorn leghorn's friend: Sooo-eeee! Now fortunately PIGHUNT isn't good, so who cares. But for movies that deserve to be seen, you know there's folks out there that will decide on something by looking at the cover. For future pig movie makers: I'm all for characters and relationships and all that good stuff.
  3. Sunnnnshine! Good stuff. I think the painting is from The Gunslinger, one of them Stephen King Dark Tower deals. The Thing poster is also done by the same artist, very famous poster artist, Drew Struzan. But you're right, it is very Jonah Hex. Only helps to feed the longing for a good feature version of Hex. Hey yanno, off the top of my head... Maybe Tom would be good as Jonah. With a Joe Lansdale screenplay. Someone tell the studio! I love THE MIST, and I'm not easy to win over with these things. LOVED it in B&W, plays so, so very well. Big fan of the book... except
  4. Hmm... that would only happen if Iet them out of the bag. I'm currently living cat free, but the dog does hold cat appreciation days sometimes. Are you offering me a cat?
  5. Eh, I'll just keep the shroud intact while bits of information here and there spill out everyone in a while. It's like a beanbag chair. And just as exciting.
  6. Hi Damian, I'm a huge fan of yours. I love everything you do, and my only hope is that you double your output so that I have more to love.

  7. Hiiiii Sunshine. You're a better person than me, introducing yourself. I just kind of slunk in like a creep, and continue to hold that post.
  8. I know Tim Burton tried to make a movie of the novel The Hawkline Monster a few years back, and I seem to remember Eastwood being "attached" to it. Never happened obviously. I have a dirt old paperback of it, even says "gothic western" on the thing.
  9. Right, yes, focus. Shattered Hand! I wish for it to be.
  10. The drift nearly buried me, so I definitely got it. Unfortunately we only see the masterpieces Tim unleashes once he's done, and not the process. I like to imagine he draws them in stages and at this moment right now somewhere there's a buck naked pinhead drawing sitting somewhere in Tim's place. And then maybe it moves on in progression. Pinhead in boxers (briefs?) and so on, so forth. So only TB can answer your question. The one with the drapes and the carpets and stuff.
  11. First I was all like "hmm, how's that work." And you know how I can lag behind, so it dawned on me later. Thanks for making me think of pinhead's pinhead. Frottage out.
  12. The Burrowers is effective. Great cast. The director (JT) is a talented guy. And a good enough guy to know and be okay knowing that we were filming a movie in his apartment, with a shower scene that involved my character... pleasuring himself. There's a lil bonus trivia nugget for ya!
  13. Eh, well unfortunately, I think you know as well as most how they can not. It seems like studios take the best possible options for posters and dvd covers and dismiss them first. All these new releases of movies from the 70's and 80's, many of which the only good part of them WERE THE POSTERS, are slapped on dvd with some uninspired photoshop job. I remember Bradstreet and I looking at a poster for this movie called PIGHUNT. Very grindhouse, very shockfestival. We were both pretty impressed by it, and I said right there that the poster was going to be the best part of the productio
  14. Shock Til You Drop did an article on their top 25 horror films of the decade. THE MIST comes in at #3 Shock's Top 25 Horror Films of the Decade
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