Post by teeshirtjoe on Jan 26, 2011 13:42:36 GMT -5
As a business owner, I can tell you that as soon as money comes in it goes right back out again. Whether it's to buy supplies, pay utilities, or to pay personal bills that have nothing to do with the business. You'd have to be in a very comfortable financial situation to sit on any amount of money that comes in. Sorry to say that any money that people spent on tickets is probably long gone.
I see someone posted the thread for me on the Camp Blood forum, whoever it was, thank you for posting it. As usual, John Gray has not replied to the thread or answered any of the questions... I wonder what he's got to say about it.
Post by Chunderstorm on Jan 28, 2011 18:35:18 GMT -5
When the hell would Tarantino even have the time to read someone elses movie? He is already busy writing, directing and producing his own films but somehow he found the time in his busy schedule to read something by a guy nobody has ever heard of? BULLSHIT.
"Major distributors such as Lions Gate and Anchor Bay are reportedly interested in making a bid. Gray says a major source of inspiration for him is an e-mail he received from Quentin Tarantino in which the famous director of Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill series said that reading Spencers script was like a dinosaur taking a bite out of your head. (A good thing, in gore circles.)"
Post by Chunderstorm on Jan 28, 2011 18:44:54 GMT -5
I will post that whole stupid blog because it proves even more bullshit! That was written in 2006 and back then Gray claimed to have a 2 million dollar budget for the film!
"The $2 million budget is in place. All thats left for Gray and company to do is scout a location to begin shooting in the fall"
"Film Reviews: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 The Patients of JOB A Denton-based filmmaking team is taking on the well-known biblical tale, and bigwigs want a bite. By BRIAN ABRAMS Friday Night Frights presents Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood Midnight Fri, The Movie Tavern, 916 W University Dr, Denton. 940-566-3456. John Gray is one sick puppy, and hes made quite a good living from his state of wry derangement. Ever since I can remember, I would challenge myself to do things, he said. On my 10th birthday, I watched the end of Friday the 13th Part 2, when Jason jumped through the window and Gray did it without covering his eyes. That was a big accomplishment for me. Almost as big as what hes working on now. Now 30, the Denton native is editing an online fanzine, directing a feature film, and spearheading a midnight movie series that debuts Friday at The Movie Tavern in Little D. He got his start in underground film about 10 years ago, when he and friends Rich Carlin and Petch Lucas launched www.pitofhorror.com. An online fan forum for schlockmeisters, The Pit is Dentons answer to Harry Knowles Aint It Cool News, out of Austin. Along with Lucas, who lives in Mississippi, Gray covers the gore industrys movers and shakers (and slashers), from giants like Eli Roth and Robert Englund to up-and-comers. Lucas and Gray also serve as The Pits reviewers, taking on everything from obscure indies to major motion picture releases. The web site, according to Gray, receives more than three million unique hits monthly. Grays primary focus now, however, is JOB, a contemporary take on the well-known Old Testament story. In this version, penned by Grays brother Spencer, the title character isnt a rich guy whose material possessions are taken away by God as a test of faith, but a pissed-off avenging angel. Veterans Michael Paré (Eddie and the Cruisers) and Bill Moseley (The Devils Rejects) have already been cast. Produced by Snapkick Productions, JOB will be directed by Gray; Duke Cullen (Jeepers Creepers) will handle the special effects. The $2 million budget is in place. All thats left for Gray and company to do is scout a location to begin shooting in the fall. Frontrunners are Los Angeles, Canada, and Texas. Gray, naturally, is pulling for his home state. Gray, a married father of two, and his brother got the idea for JOB about three years ago during Easter dinner. We thought, Wouldnt it be great if someone sent a heavy message out to [religious zealots] through a slasher film? Major distributors such as Lions Gate and Anchor Bay are reportedly interested in making a bid. Gray says a major source of inspiration for him is an e-mail he received from Quentin Tarantino in which the famous director of Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill series said that reading Spencers script was like a dinosaur taking a bite out of your head. (A good thing, in gore circles.) People will get pissed, Gray said. I have a real grudge against the Catholic Church. They go in and kneel in front of a cross and ask for forgiveness from a man who apparently has the power of God. I cant get too into [the plot], but JOB is going to address that. For Friday Night Frights inaugural screening, the original print of Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood will be shown. One of the movies scream queens, Lar Park-Lincoln, will be in attendance. Say your prayers. "
slasherfreak: Deadpit Forever !!!
Dec 23, 2017 8:48:33 GMT -5
newt138: It might have lived again if CK wasn't such a dick to all the fans. Admit it you stupid fuck Deadpit died cause you are a greedy fuck. Like when you created that bootleg site and tried to act like it wasn't you behind it. But you were stupid
May 1, 2018 0:48:10 GMT -5
newt138: and used the same email address you used to see hockey masks. How many fans did you drive away? How many fans did you rip off? You managed to drive off CodyLL who was a diehard fan. Face it you fat stupid fuck you killed deadpit. And don't have the balls
May 1, 2018 0:49:15 GMT -5
newt138: To admit to doing it.
May 1, 2018 0:49:46 GMT -5
bradtheman: Like all things in life, Deadpit Radio's run had to end at some point. Towards the end, Wes, Aaron, and Steve's hearts weren't in it and that it was time to move on. For what it's worth, I like to thank the threesome for inspiring me to do commentaries.
May 26, 2019 19:07:39 GMT -5
oldhorrorfan: Stuttering Steve Bumblefuck B Plan was worse than Aids on there and was one of the Main reasons the show went to shit so fast..
May 31, 2019 8:58:17 GMT -5
bradtheman: That and the horror genre was going down the tubes when Aaron and Wes signed off. It still is with the Child's Play remake and I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu as examples.
May 31, 2019 23:23:06 GMT -5
newt138: No mainstream horror was going down the tubes. There was plenty of good mainstream horror. But as fat fuck Wes told many people "Unless we get sent a copy for free I Aint reviewing it."
Jun 11, 2019 13:50:53 GMT -5
bradtheman: The 8th anniversary of my very first audio commentary is coming up. It was for Psycho IV: The Beginning. I like to thank Wes and Aaron for inspiring me to do some on my own.
Jul 1, 2019 22:45:10 GMT -5
psychostillvicious: Greetings one and all. Don't know if anyone remembers me, but whatever. I was a poster here many moons ago. God I loved Deadpit. I'm just strolling down memory lane after hearing some sad news from Wes on facebook. Long live DP.
Jul 25, 2019 14:15:25 GMT -5
bradtheman: I'm sorry about what Wes Vance is going through right now. My thoughts go to him and his family.
Jul 27, 2019 22:49:33 GMT -5