Posts Tagged ‘The Walking Dead’

Ezra’s Spooktober 2015

Posted 28 Oct 2015 — by Ezra Stead
Category Essay, Film Reviews

By Ezra Stead 

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge is probably my second favorite one in the series, after Craven's original, of course. I’ve decided not to get quite so carried away this time around, but as I said last year, October is my favorite month. Since I tend to watch a lot of horror movies year-round, in October I feel like I have to do something special, so I try to watch almost exclusively horror movies. I watched (or, in many cases, re-watched) a total of 22 before starting this article, and I’m far from finished. In the interest of actually recommending some movies before Halloween, I’m putting this out now, and in the interest of brevity, I’m cutting it down to ten recommendations, grouped together as double features (even though their availability varies a bit). Not all are horror movies, exactly, but I think you’ll agree they’re all on-theme for the season. Enjoy!¬† Read More

Scenechronize – The Efficient, Environmentally-Friendly Future Of Production

Posted 18 Apr 2011 — by Ezra Stead
Category Film Industry News, Hollywood Beat

By Ezra Stead

Scenechronize is revolutionizing the film production process.

Last month, marketwire.com covered the story of a $5 million dollar series B financing deal led by three private investors for the web-based production management system known as “scenechronize.” Scenechronize is the only system of its kind currently in use, and it is already streamlining the production process of numerous films and television series by eliminating the costly and wasteful practices employed in the industry up until now. Scenechronize provides automatic distribution of script changes, sides, call sheets, prep memos, location maps and other information previously relayed through phone calls, emails, memos and other forms of written communication in a time-consuming, inefficient process susceptible to mistakes. According to the San Francisco-based company’s CEO, Hunter Hancock, “scenechronize expedites and streamlines communications for the entire production, saving wasted time, significant amounts of money, and lots and lots of trees.” Read More

AMC Renews Walking Dead For Second Season

Posted 11 Nov 2010 — by Jason A. Hill
Category Film Industry News

By Jason A. Hill

the walking dead on amc movies i didnt getAMC announced Monday that it is renewing its breakout hit The Walking Dead, based on Robert Kirkman’s 2003 comic book series of the same name, for a second season with a 13-episode order. This announcement comes on the heels of Walking Dead‘s record-breaking October 31 premiere, which drew 5.3 million viewers.

In addition to AMC, Fox International Channels have also renewed the series for a second season. Walking Dead has had record-breaking premieres in 120 countries all across Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East. The series has attracted a record number of adults in the 18-49-year-old demographic, as The Walking Dead proves its viability amid viewer demand for premium shows on cable.

The Walking Dead, written and directed by Frank Darabont (who is also executive-producing with Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert), launched a massive promotional campaign and showed impressive numbers in its second airing, which drew 4.7 million viewers and had only a marginal decline not typical for many premieres.

Jason A. Hill is the Founder, Owner and Editor In Chief of Movies I Didn’t Get.com. He is a film critic and writer of articles and film reviews covering a variety of genres and film news that have been syndicated to many sites in the film blogosphere. He specializes in independent film in the US and Asia.

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