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Omega Man released August 1, 1971




Charlton Heston

Charlton Heston


The Ωmega Man (1971) is an English language science fiction film directed by Boris Sagal and released in 1971. Starring Charlton Heston, it is based on the novel I Am Legend (1954) by American writer Richard Matheson. The screenplay is by John William and Joyce Corrington, and it was filmed in Technicolor with monaural sound, for a running time of 98 minutes.  This story first was filmed as The Last Man on Earth (1964) featuring Vincent Price. A third adaptation of the novel, I Am Legend featuring Will Smith, was released in 2007, and an unofficial fourth, I Am Omega, featuring Mark Dacascos, was also released in 2007 (though neither Matheson’s name or novel were credited as source material for this version).

omega manTagline: Pray for the last man alive. Because he’s not alone.


omega manPlot: In 1975, biological warfare between the People’s Republic of China and the Soviet Union kills most of the world’s human population. U.S. Army Colonel Robert Neville, M.D. (Charlton Heston) — a military scientist — begins to succumb to the plague, but vaccinates himself just in time, rendering him immune. The plague’s victims, meanwhile, are reborn as “The Family” — a cult of nocturnal, vampiric mutants who seek to destroy the last vestiges of technological society.

omega man


omegaman1Make Up Department
  Gordon Bau … makeup supervisor
  Jean Burt Reilly … supervising hair stylist


See Omega Man (1971) on Blue Ray:



Blue Ray DVD

Blue Ray DVD


This Blu-ray version includes everything the Standard DVD Edition has; Introduction by Co-stars and Screenwriter, Vintage Featurette ” The Last Man – Omega Man” and Trailer.
The one unbelievable difference is the Movie’s 1080p presentation!! This makes this Sci-fi movie become alive and you begin to experience the journey of the “OMEGA MAN”.





Get the Movie Poster 27 X 40

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Tim Burton's Joker

Linda Tischler –

Tim Burton NBC SANTA JACKIA European journalist at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) this morning asked filmmaker Tim Burton, “What was it like growing up in Burbank, California?”

“Have you ever seen Dante’s ‘Inferno?’” he shot back.

Actually, he said, the monotonous suburb was a boon to a kid with a fertile imagination: “It had no weather, no seasons, no culture. You had to make it up.”

What he made up is an astonishing body of work: Edward Scissorhands, Beetljuice, Mars Attacks!, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Ed Wood, Sweeney Todd, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and, soon, the much anticipated Alice in Wonderland with Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter.

Burton fans, then, will be in their glory this fall when MOMA launches the first major retrospective of Burton’s work–more than 700 drawings, paintings, storyboards, puppets, costumes, and cinematic ephemera. Some 550 pieces are from his own private collection, and thus have never been seen before.TIM-BURTON-PIN-HEAD-GIRL_x

The show will include screenings of film snippets, some from Burton’s years as an amateur–like the weird (OK, a redundant word when discussing Burton’s work)  Doctor of Doom, a spoof of old time horror movies, featuring Burton himself in a starring role.

The show opens November 22 and runs through April 26, 2010.  The museum will also screen Burton’s entire cinematic oeuvre–14 feature films–during the course of the show. Additionally, MOMA will  feature a series of films that inspired Burton, grouped under the title “The Lurid Beauty of Monsters.” They include Frankenstien, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The Pit and the Pendulum, and Nosferatu. 

Burton seemed a little awe-struck to be the center of attention in such an arty august venue, particularly given his background. “I didn’t grow up in a museum culture,” he said. “The Hollywood Wax Museum was my first exposure to a museum.”

All the more surreal, then, was MOMA director Glenn Lowry’s introduction, in which he called Burton “among the foremost auteur voices of his time,” and compared his body of work to Andy Warhol’s.

I asked Burton: What would your mother make of such a comparison? “She’d say, ‘Who was Warhol?’”

colossalbeastWAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST picks up a year after the first movie (THE AMAZING COLOSSAL MAN) ended — Joyce Manning (Sally Fraser), sister to the first film’s 70-foot-tall Colossal Man, Lt. Col. Glenn Manning (Glenn Langan), believes that her brother is still alive, despite his fall off of Boulder Dam at the denouement of the first movie. Her hope is based on reports out of Mexico about a “very big man” attacking truckers and other passersby in a remote part of the country. As it turns out, Manning (played here by Dean Parkin, since Langan turned down the request to star in a sequel) is alive and hiding somewhere in the mountains, bigger than ever and suffering from serious brain damage, with a hideously deformed face that is covered in scar tissue and missing an eye.


monsterscoverEvery effort at communicating with the giant fails, and as things transpire, he breaks out of the place where he is being held and goes on a rampage through Griffith Park in Los Angeles. Thrill as a bus load of high school kids hangs in the balance over Griffith Observatory as helicopters circle and the Army surrounds the crazed giant. It is up to Joyce to save these kids, the City of Los Angeles and her doomed brother in the final battle of THE WAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST !!!!!


Makeup Department
Jack H. Young …. special makeup

Tagline:  The Towering Terror from Hell!!

War of the Colossal Beast
War of the Colossal Beast 27 X 40 Poster


Happy Birthday to Arnold!! July 30

Its the Governator’s (Arnold Schwarzeneggar) B-day today!  Born July 30, 1947.


Terminator (1984)

Schwarzenegger is an Austrian American bodybuilder, actor, businessman, and politician, currently serving as the 38th Governor of the state of California.

ArnoldSchwarzenegger began weight-training at fifteen. He was awarded the title of Mr. Universe at age 22 and went on to win the Mr. Olympia contest a total of seven times. Schwarzenegger has remained a prominent face in the bodybuilding sport long after his retirement, and has written several books and numerous articles on the sport.

Schwarzenegger gained worldwide fame as a Hollywood action film icon, noted for his lead role in such films as Conan the Barbarian and The Terminator. He was nicknamed the “Austrian Oak” and the “Styrian Oak” in his bodybuilding days, “Arnold Strong” and “Arnie” during his acting career, and more recently the “Governator” (a portmanteau of Governor and the Terminator, one of his film roles).


Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Schwarzenegger’s breakthrough film was the sword-and-sorcery epic Conan the Barbarian in 1982, which was a box-office hit.  This was followed by a sequel, Conan the Destroyer in 1984, although its box-office performance was disappointing.  In 1983, Schwarzenegger starred in the promotional video “Carnival in Rio”.

In 1984, he made the first of three appearances as the titular character and what some would say was the signature role in his acting career in director James Cameron’s science-fiction thriller film The Terminator.  Following The Terminator, Schwarzenegger made Red Sonja in 1985, which “sank without a trace.”

During the 1980s, audiences had a large appetite for action films, with both Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone becoming international stars. Schwarzenegger’s roles reflected his droll, often self-deprecating sense of humor (including sometimes famously bad puns), separating his roles from more serious action hero fare. His alternative-universe comedy/thriller Last Action Hero featured a poster of the movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day which, in the fictional alternate universe, had Sylvester Stallone as its star.


Predator (1987)

Following his arrival as a Hollywood superstar, he made a number of successful films: Commando (1985), Raw Deal (1986), The Running Man (1987), and Red Heat (1988). In Predator (1987), another successful film, Schwarzenegger led a cast which included future Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura (Ventura also appeared in The Running Man and Batman & Robin with Schwarzenegger) and future Kentucky Gubernatorial candidate Sonny Landham.

Twins (1988), a comedy with Danny DeVito, was a change of pace, and also proved successful. Total Recall (1990) netted Schwarzenegger $10 million and 15% of the gross, and was a widely praised, science-fiction script directed by Paul Verhoeven, based on the Philip K. Dick short story, “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale”. Kindergarten Cop (1990) reunited him with director Ivan Reitman, who directed him in Twins.

Schwarzenegger had a brief foray into directing, first with a 1990 episode of the TV series Tales from the Crypt, entitled “The Switch,” and then with the 1992 telemovie Christmas in Connecticut. He has not directed since.


Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

Schwarzenegger’s commercial high-water mark was his return as the title character in 1991′s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which was the highest-grossing film of 1991. In 1993, the National Association of Theatre Owners named him the “International Star of the Decade.”  His next film project, the 1993 self-aware action comedy spoof Last Action Hero was released opposite Jurassic Park, with the box office suffering accordingly. His next film, the action comedy True Lies (1994) was a highly popular send-up of spy films, and saw Schwarzenegger, reunited with The Terminator director James Cameron, appearing opposite Jamie Lee Curtis.

Shortly thereafter came the comedy Junior (1994), the last of his three collaborations with Ivan Reitman and again co-starring Danny DeVito. This film brought Schwarzenegger his second Golden Globe nomination, this time for Best Actor – Musical or Comedy. It was followed by the action thriller Eraser (1996) and the comic book-based Batman & Robin (1997), where he played the villain Mr. Freeze. This was his final film before taking time to recuperate from a back injury. Following the critical failure of Batman & Robin, Schwarzenegger’s film career and box office prominence went into decline.

Several film projects were announced with Schwarzenegger attached to star, including the remake of Planet of the Apes, a new film version of I Am Legend, and a World War II film scripted by Quentin Tarantino that would have seen Schwarzenegger play an Austrian for the third time (after Junior and Kindergarten Cop).

Total Recall (1987)

Total Recall (1990)

Instead, he returned after a hiatus with the supernatural thriller End of Days (1999), later followed by the action films The 6th Day (2000) and Collateral Damage (2002) all of which failed to do well at the box office. In 2003, he made his third appearance as the title character in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, which went on to earn over $150 million domestically.

In tribute to Schwarzenegger in 2002, Forum Stadtpark, a local cultural association, proposed plans to build a 25-meter (82-foot) tall Terminator statue in a park in central Graz. Schwarzenegger reportedly said he was flattered, but thought the money would be better spent on social projects and the Special Olympics.


His latest film appearances included a 3-second cameo appearance in The Rundown (AKA, Welcome to the Jungle) with The Rock, and the 2004 remake of Around the World in 80 Days, where he appeared onscreen with action star Jackie Chan for the first time.

Schwarzenegger voiced Baron von Steuben in Episode 24 (“Valley Forge”) of Liberty’s Kids. In 2005 he appeared as himself in the film The Kid & I.


The Cyclops released July 28, 1957

A test pilot is missing and a search party is sent out in the jungles of Mexico; however, while searching they uncover a monster in the jungle who became this way due to a dose of radioactivity.

Starring: James Craig, Gloria Talbott, Lon Chaney Jr., Tom Drake, and Duncan ‘Dean’ Parkin as The Cyclops (Bruce Barton)



making up the Cyclops
Makeup Artist Jack H. Young & the Cyclops


Make Up Department
  Carlie Taylor … makeup artist
  Jack H. Young … special makeup
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Vocal Special Effects by: Paul Frees who was a well known voice artist from the 1940′s-80′s.  You’d recognize his voice from the following films & TV shows:
The War of the Worlds – Second Radio Reporter/Opening Announcer (1953)
The Shaggy Dog – Narrator/J.W. Galvin, Psychiatrist (1959)
The Manchurian Candidate – Narrator (1962)
The Incredible Mr. Limpet – Crusty (voice) (1964)
The Abominable Dr. Phibes – Singer of ‘The Darktown Strutters’ Ball’ (voice) (1971)
Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town (TV movie) – Burgermeister (1970)
Knight Rider (TV series) – K.A.R.R. (1984)

Al Adamson was a Director, Producer, Actor born July 25th 1929Al Adamson
Mr. Adamson passed away August 2nd 1995

He is best known for directing Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Satan’s Sadists and Creatures of the Prehistoric Planet

List of credits includes:

Carnival Magic – Director  

Hospital of Terror – Director, Writer    Blood of Dracula's Castle

Death Dimension – Director   

Cinderella 2000 – Director, Producer   

Black Samurai – Director   

Black Heat – Director, Producer   

The Jet Set – Director  Creatures of the Prehistoric Planet

Jessi’s Girls – Director, Producer 

The Naughty Stewardesses – Director  

Girls for Rent – Director   

Mean Mother – Director (as Albert Victor)    

Dynamite Brothers – Director    Dracula vs. Frankenstein

Lash of Lust – Director (as George Sheaffer)     

B J Hammer – Producer    

Questions – Producer   

Angels’ Wild Women – Director, Writer (as Denver Dixon Jr.)  

Blood of Ghastly Horror – Director, Producer, Writer  Satans Sadists

The Undying Brain – Director, Producer   

Dracula vs. Frankenstein – Director, Producer    

Five Bloody Graves – Director, Producer    

Creatures of the Prehistoric Planet – Director, Producer    

Hell’s Bloody Devils – Director, Producer 

Shock Treatment – Director   Goremaster Makeup Effects Manual

Satan’s Sadists – Director, Producer    

Blood of Dracula’s Castle – Director, Producer    

The Female Bunch – Director    

Echo of Terror – Director, Producer  

Half Way to Hell – Director, Producer, Writer


Final Destination 4 Movie Trailer


The Final Destination movie trailer is provided by New Line Cinema. The Final Destination movie opens in US theaters on August 28, 2009. The Final Destination movie stars Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Krista Allen, Mykelti Williamson, Haley Webb, Nick Zano, Andrew Fiscella, and Richard T. Jones.

Special Effects by
Steve Austin …. special effects journeyman
Larry Barado …. special effects technician
Ben Bornstein …. lab technician: KNB EFX Group
Stephen Bourgeois …. special effects foreman
Jeremy S. Brock …. special effects foreman: Florida
Guy Clayton Jr. …. special effects coordinator
Joe Giles …. special makeup effects crew: KNB EFX Group
Brian Goehring …. special makeup effects crew: KNB EFX Group
Carey Jones …. makeup effects technician
Edward Joubert …. special effects assistant
Peter G. Minor …. special effects assistant
David K. Nami …. special effects coordinator
David Nash …. special effects technician
Thomas Pilgrim III …. special effects technician: Florida
Gary Pilkinton …. special effects tech
Jason Pinsker …. special effects technician: KNB EFX Group
Elia P. Popov …. special effects foreman
Dirk Rogers …. special effects technician: K.N.B. Effects Group
Lino Stavole …. special effects technician: mold shop, KNB Effects Group
Chris L. Ward …. special effects technician



Visual Effects by
Melissa Almeida …. textures & lighting: Hybride
Ronald Arredondo …. lighting rigger
Marc Aubry …. animator: Hybride
Ian T. Barbella …. visual effects
Michel Barrière …. visual effects supervisor: Hybride
Olivier Beaulieu …. digital compositor: Hybride
Daniel Belair …. technical director: Hybride
Caroline Bélisle …. administration: Hybride
Michaël Bentitou …. digital artist
Didier Bertrand …. digital compositor: Hybride
Louise Bertrand …. bidding producer: Hybride
Pierre Blain …. digital compositor: Hybride
Raphaele Blanchard …. tracking artist: Hybride
Cédric Bonnaffoux …. digital compositor: Hybride
Maryse Bouchard …. textures & lighting: Hybride
Christina Castellan …. visual effects production manager: Cafe FX
François Chancrin …. lead animator: Hybride
Mélanie Cotton …. technical support: Hybride
Joanie Croteau …. production assistant: Hybride
Glenn Curry …. technical director: CafeFX
Christophe Damiano …. textures & lighting: Hybride
Olivier Debert …. digital compositor: Hybride
Thierry Delattre …. visual effects supervisor: Hybride
Steve Dellerson …. visual effects
Yves Désilets …. digital compositor: Hybride
Philippe Desiront …. digital compositor: Hybride
Luc Desmarais …. technical support: Hybride
Anouk Deveault-Moreau …. visual effects coordinator: Hybride
Mark Doney …. digital compositor: Hybride
Roy L. Downey …. pyrotechnics supervisor: Cinema Production Services, Inc.
Lafleche Dumais …. computer graphics supervisor: Hybride
Mathieu Dupuis …. digital compositor: Hybride
Leif Einarsson …. digital compositor
Dwayne Lance Elahie …. technical director: Hybride
Daniel Elophe …. digital compositor: Hybride
Felipe Fenton …. flame artist
Michael Fessenden …. previs artist: Baked Goods
Mike Fischer …. digital artist
Jean-Pierre Flayeux …. visual effects supervisor: Hybride
Michael Sean Foley …. cg supervisor
Xavier Fourmond …. digital compositor
Yanick Gaudreau …. textures & lighting: Hybride
Audrey Geoffroy …. animator: Hybride
Stephan Gervais …. technical support: Hybride
Antony Graf …. digital compositor: Hybride
Robin Scott Graham …. digital compositor: CafeFX
Pamela B. Green …. producer of visions
Veronique Guay …. production assistant: Hybride
Myléne Guérin …. visual effects coordinator: Hybride
Steven Hansen …. lead matchmove artist: Cafe FX
Brad Heiner …. key grip
Pierre-Simon Henri …. effects animator: Hybride
David Hochstadter …. digital compositor: Amalgamated Pixels
Nadine Homier …. digital compositor: Hybride
Jean-Francois Houde …. digital compositor: Hybride
Jan Huybrechs …. 3D scanning: Eyetronics
Christopher Johnson …. visual effects: Cinema Production Services, Inc.
John Joyce …. visual effects coordinator: Cinema Production Services, Inc.
Michael Joyce …. visual effects supervisor: Cinema Production Services, Inc.
Bonnie Kanner …. visual effects executive producer: Amalgamated Pixels
Joseph Kasparian …. lead textures & lighting: Hybride
Ara Khanikian …. digital compositor: Hybride
Anne Ui-Hyun Kim …. digital compositor: Hybride
Alain Lacroix …. lead layout artist: Hybride
Mathieu Lalonde …. modeler: Hybride
Vassilios Lanaris …. textures & lighting: Hybride
Mathieu Leclaire …. technical director: Hybride
Daniel Leduc …. visual effects executive producer: Hybride
Francois Leduc …. digital compositor: Hybride
Winston Lee …. inferno artist
Benoit Lefebvre …. tracking artist: Hybride
Danny Levesque …. effects animator: Hybride
Anouk L’Heureux …. visual effects coordinator: Hybride
Martine Losier …. visual effects coordinator: Hybride
George Loucas …. previsualization supervisor: Baked Goods
David Louis …. effects animator: Hybride
Jocelyn Maher …. digital compositor: Hybride
Stephane Mailet …. technical support: Hybride
Stephane Mailet …. tracking artist: Hybride
Carolyn Martin …. visual effects coordinator
Richard Martin …. visual effects supervisor: Hybride
Tran Ma …. model, texture artist: CafeFX
Frederic Medoni …. tracking artist: Hybride
Francois Metivier …. digital compositor: Hybride
Rémi Meunier …. technical director: Hybride
Ryan Mitre …. previs artist: Baked Goods
Roger Mocenigo …. compositor: Amalgamated Pixels
Young Joon Mok …. digital compositor
Benoit Morin …. matchmover: Hybride
Benoit Morin …. tracking artist: Hybride
Christian Morin …. digital compositor: Hybride
Martin Mousseau …. animator: Hybride
Michel Murdock …. visual effects financial controller: Hybride
C. Michael Neely …. previz animator
Jeremy Nicolaides …. compositing supervisor: Zoic Studios
Ian Noe …. visual effects producer
Nicolas-Alexandre Noel …. computer graphics supervisor: Hybride
Sean O’Connor …. production assistant: Hybride
Robert Owen …. best boy grip
Olivier Painchaud …. technical support: Hybride
Reid Paul …. visual effects producer: Amalgamated Pixels
Steve Pelchat …. layout artist: Hybride
Patrick Piche …. lead technical director: Hybride
Sonia Pronovost …. animator: Hybride
Florent Revel …. matchmove artist
Sébastien Rioux …. digital compositor: Hybride
Guillaume Ruegg …. texture-lighting artist: hybride
Eduardo Sallas …. digital compositor
Katy Savoie …. digital compositor: Hybride
Michael Saz …. digital compositor: Hybride
Joao Sita …. digital compositor: Hybride
Mark G. Soper …. visual effects producer
Nathan Srigley …. effects animator: Hybride
Guillaume St-Aubin-Seers …. digital compositor: Hybride
Jubinville Steve …. modeler: Hybride
John K. Stirber …. pyrotechnics supervisor: Cinema Production Services, Inc.
Tammy Sutton …. compositor
Josef Sy …. animator: Hybride
Sylvie Talbot …. communications: Hybride
Philippe Theroux …. computer graphics supervisor: Hybride
Gaetan Thiffault …. lead effects animator: Hybride
Eric Torres …. visual effects coordinator
Peter Toufidis …. matte painter: Hybride
Anne Tremblay …. administration: Hybride
Marco Tremblay …. lead modeler: Hybride
Véronique Tremblay …. production assistant: Hybride
Yves Tremblay …. digital compositor: Hybride
Raphael Valle …. digital compositor: Hybride
Mathieu Veilette …. textures & lighting: Hybride
Celine Velasco …. texture-lighting artist: Hybride
Andre Waller …. digital compositor
Conal Wenn …. layout artist: Hybride
Tom Williamson …. visual effects supervisor
Grant Wilson …. animator: Hybride
Dione Wood …. visual effects producer: Amalgamated Pixels
David Yabu …. animator: Hybride
Hubert Zapalowicz …. tracking artist: Hybride


Tagline: Death saved the best for 3-D.

Tagline: Death saved the best for 3-D.

Best Horror/Death Scene Cubed (1997)

Warning Video Contains GRAPHIC GORE!


Clip is from the Netherlands 1997 film Cube.  Originally released 11 July 1998 (Netherlands) Directed by Vincenzo Natali. 

Plot: Six different people, each from a very different walk of life, awaken to find themselves inside a giant cube with thousands of possible rooms. Each has a skill that becomes clear when they must band together to get out: a cop, a math whiz, a building designer, a doctor, an escape master, and a disabled man. Each plays a part in their thrilling quest to find answers as to why they’ve been imprisoned. Written by {}

Special Effects by
Russell Cate …. special makeup & physical effects: Caligari
Louise Mackintosh …. special makeup & physical effects: Caligari
Raymond Mackintosh …. special makeup & physical effects: Caligari (as Ray Mackintosh)
Visual Effects by
Lisa Bechard …. digital effects producer: C.O.R.E.
Derek Grime …. digital artist: C.O.R.E.
John Mariella …. digital effects director
Moris Molino …. digital artist: C.O.R.E.
Bob Munroe …. digital effects director
Emily Roach …. digital animator: C.O.R.E.
Costa Roussakis …. digital systems guy: C.O.R.E.
Stephen Segal …. digital effects producer: C.O.R.E.
Ralph Sevazlian …. digital artist: C.O.R.E.
Brian A. Smeets …. digital artist: C.O.R.E.
Claude Theriault …. digital paint artist: C.O.R.E.
Yves Therrien …. digital animator: C.O.R.E.
Tracey Vaz …. digital paint artist: C.O.R.E.
David Willows …. digital artist: C.O.R.E.
Dennis Berardi …. digital film technician (uncredited)
Jamie Hallett …. optical cameraman (uncredited)


Tagline: Fear... Paranoia... Suspicion... Desperation

Tagline: Fear... Paranoia... Suspicion... Desperation

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