Got another request today about the serial killer and HH:
I'm a producer with E! Entertainment and we are doing a story on XXXX who was attacked by SERIAL KILLER, we were hoping to use the cover and any other promotional materials related to your film as b roll in our story, I'd like to send you a materials release form if you're willing to send us some high resolution images of the box art, as we will most certainly reference your film during our show. Please feel free to call at NUMBER or write me at the email included
I replied that I would need the request to include a clause that says that I get a copy of the show on dvd within 6 months of the first airing, or the network would pay me $1000. This is a new clause I've had added to contracts because of those fucks at Discovery and ID network promising to send me a copy and then never following through.
So we'll see if they do it. If not, like I care. Less work for me to do.
Saw World War Z. That movie cooks, man. It's non-stop after the first five minutes, which is why it works. It's not a great movie but certainly has great moments, and as I mentioned it cannot be called boring. You know how I know?
Not one time did anybody pull out a cell phone in this movie. Not once. THAT'S how you know you've got a fast-paced movie.