Lately, work has been a lot like slaying hydras. For every job that I finish, two more seem to take its place. This is what we in the business call “good problems.”
However, it has still been a lot, and there’s every chance that something has fallen through the cracks. If you’re waiting on me for something, thank you for your patience, and please feel free to nudge me. I will, at worst, tell you that you’ll have to wait a little longer.
When I originally posted this yesterday, I didn’t realize (see above re: being busy) that today was the birthday of the late, great Ray Harryhausen, one of the best monster guys of all time. So, in honor of the occasion, take a break for me and watch a Harryhausen flick. They’re all good.
While we’re on the subject, here’s a link to a couple of years ago when I got to visit the Ray Harryhausen exhibit, in spite of being laid up from surgery.
Through it all, I did make it out to a few movies, including Annabelle Comes Home, which was great, and The Dead Don’t Die, which… probably wasn’t great, but I had fun. I also reviewed the second volume of Arrow Video’s American Horror Project, which is its own whole weird thing, and the Unearthed Films release of The Dark Side of the Moon, which is Event Horizon before Event Horizon and/or a Dennis Wheatley novel in spaaaace.
More soon, once these hydra heads stop multiplying…