When asked to go to Greece by the artistic director and founder of A Priori, Konstantina Nikolaidi, I thought it was a joke because it seemed too good to be true. I was quickly mistaken. I had recently licensed them JEROME BIXBY’S MAN FROM EARTH, a play adapted by Richard Schenkman and based on the […]
Imagine being blind, and someone decides to break into your house and terrorize you. That’s what happens to young Emily (Noell Coet) in the thriller, “Mischief Night,” which releases to DVD on Dec. 17.
Every once in a while you run into a film that has an amazing cold opening, only to have the rest of the film fall to pieces. Ghost Ship is the first film that springs to mind, featuring an amazing sequence of a horrible accident slicing an entire ship worth of people to pieces. Other […]
Writer and director Richard Schenkman has had a varied career, encompassing romantic comedies, science-fiction and, more recently, a number of horror movies. His latest film is “Mischief Night,” a home invasion thriller in which teenager Emily (Noell Coet), still suffering from psychosomatic blindness brought about by a traumatic car accident that claimed her mother’s life […]
Here’s an exclusive bloody clip from Richard Schenkman’s Mischief Night, on home video December 17 from RLJ Entertainment and Image Entertainment.
Mischief night is celebrated on October 30th in very small areas of the East Coast, primarily New Jersey and certain parts of Michigan. It has also been practiced in the UK and parts of Europe. On Mischief night, youngsters participate in pranks and minor vandalism including soaping windows, egging houses, toilet papering trees, play ditch […]
While October 31st is known for tricks, treats, and dressing up in revealing costumes, the night before is when children and teens around the country are given free reign to play pranks, such as egging and toilet papering houses, smashing Jack O’Lanterns, setting fires, and just generally being giant assholes. It’s basically an excuse for […]
Image Entertainment announces the release of the horror-thriller Mischief Night, starring Noell Coet, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Charlie O’Connell, Erica Leerhsen, Stephanie Erb, and Ally Walker. Directed by Richard Schenkman, Mischief Night is available on DVD December 17th. Emily Walton, who has suffered from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother’s life, […]
Mischief Night comes to us from Richard Schenkman whose given us cinema greats such as Playboy: Playmates in Paradise and Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies…*awkward silence*… He’s back with Mischief Night, and just in time for Halloween (well sort of). In the film we follow a girl named Emily who suffers from psychosomatic blindness (blind mentally, […]
There have been plenty of horror movies set on Halloween, but what about the day before Halloween, known in some places as Mischief Night? Well, fear not, Mischief Night is here to fill the void.
They are a crew of brilliantly amoral hucksters pranking Hollywood for fun and profit — a commendable goal for sure, but are the movies worth watching? When I spoke to Outlaw Vern two weeks back, he didn’t think so, nothing that “I get a laugh from the titles and covers like everybody else, but the […]
The cast and crew for director Richard Schenkman’s “Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies” can defend the film all they like, but we all know this thing wouldn’t exist were it not for “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”. It’s just that simple. Personally, I can’t wait to see President Lincoln utterly destroy legions of undead Confederate soldiers using […]
Freemium games are always difficult to rate, because you get more out of them the more that you spend on them. Your experience of them is likely to be hindered greatly if you spend less money on them. When reviewing such apps, I work on the basis that they should still be fun if no […]
Man oh man is The Asylum putting together an awesome 2012 roster. Today we got the first cast, crew and plot details of the forthcoming classic Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies, and the biggest and best news among all this is that our illustrious 16th President will be portrayed – perfectly, if you ask me – […]
Prehistoric cave people build out Stone Age homes in Tiny Village Updated Nov 14, 2011, 1:24pm Fret not the tyrannosaur as the magic stone will provide the protection needed as players construct their own prehistoric town in Tiny Village. Developed by TinyCo, the free-to-play title is a virtual space city-builder type of game. Perhaps best […]
Tiny Pets is equal parts adorable and addictive Updated Oct 5, 2011, 2:02pm Social games may not be for everyone, but their popularity, especially on iOS, cannot be ignored. The most recent game to do well is Tiny Pets, from social and mobile games developer TinyCo. Similar in respect to the company’s most successful iOS […]
There are no spoilers in this. I made this as much for those who have not watched it yet as for those who have. There is no swearing in this review, for those bothered by such.
Review: Sweet and fun, The Girl From Atlantis is perfect for a light, summer read for those of you who enjoy middle grade novels. Athena is spunky and fearless, I’m definitely envious of the girl! She’s adventurous, and she’s always had a talent of working with sea animals, as well as an unusual natural ability […]
Interview: Producer Eric Wilkinson and Director Richard Schenkman talk to Mike, Summer and Brian about their exciting new SF film “The Man From Earth.” Sam, our news director, highly recommends this film to all our fans. Wilkinson and Schenkman describe this beautiful film from the pen of the late Jerome Bixby, who wrote some of […]
Q: When casting David Lee Smith as John Oldman, were you looking for a particular physical type, such as a rugged or ethnically homogenous leading man? Richard: Very simply, as they say, when you’re casting Superman, you’re casting Clark Kent. I was casting Jesus. You had to believe that this guy could have been historically […]
Bondage was the official magazine of the James Bond 007 Fan Club (not to be confused with the James Bond International Fan Club, publishers of ‘OO7 Magazine). The “American club” — as it was called back in the day — was run by Richard Schenkman from 1974 to 1989. While Bondage never grew as thick […]