I’m not only a filmmaker, I’m a HUGE GEEK, as this photo shows*.
Noel and Evie of I Hate / Love Remakes know this, and know of my deep, abiding love for A Nightmare on Elm Street, and invited me on their show to talk about the film that changed my life and the horrible, no-good, very bad remake that came out in 2010.
I love talking to them about horror films - they first had me on the show a couple of years ago for Halloween and its remake.
If hearing my level of geekiness intrigues you, please do click on the links above and marinate in it ‘til your fingers get all pruney. If not…umm…hi. How are you? Did you have a nice holiday?
*translation of the photo for those not fluent in Geek: from left — Heather Langenkamp, myself, and Brooke Theiss. One one level, there’s the obvious Elm Street connection with Heather having played Nancy Thompson in Nightmares 1 and 3 and her movie self / Nancy in New Nightmare and Brooke having played Debbie in Nightmare 4, plus my shirt which is “What Would Nancy Do?, designed by Heather to promote her documentary I Am Nancy (for which I have a pin on the lanyard around my neck.) On a whole ‘nother level, though, these two ladies were both in Just the Ten of Us, the sitcom that changed my life, and the sweater I’m wearing is an authentic costume piece from the show that I found in a random vintage shop on Melrose Avenue for $18.