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Victor Van Dort

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  1. I'm the slowest, lol! Hope you had a good one dude!
  2. Happy Birthday! Have a great one!
  3. Thanks for all the b-day wishes folks! Had a great one (despite having to do a 15-hour day at work, lol!), and many many thanks to Stevie & Gemma for the awesome card & gift(s). I've been kinda busy lately with many different things (will be up until at least New Year), but I shall be back at a Showmasters con sometime soon. Hope everyone is doing well. As always, much love, Keith
  4. Met QT @ Waterstones today. Arrived at about 11.00am, waited 2 hrs in the queue (he was only signing 150 people's books) and at 13.00 went inside where we were treated to a Q & A which went on for about an hour (hardly anyone asked about "Death Proof" the movie he was promoting). subjects covered included: Kill Bill follow-up opportunities, Inglorious B*stards, and who he thougt they should have cast in Casino Royale (?). After the Q & A, he did a reading of 2 scenes from Death Proof for the audience & proceeded to sign the Death Proof screenplays & Grindhouse books. Since everyone was asking him about Kill Bill, Pulp fiction & Reservior Dogs, I spoke to him about Lucio fulci movies (his "Grindhouse" label bought Fulci's "The Beyond" a few years ago & it was romoured that he was at one point going to remake Fulci's "The Psychic"). He said that a certain scene (will be a spoiler if I reveal it here & people will moan) in Planet Terror is an homage to a notorious scene in Zombie ("Zombie Flesheaters" in the UK). If you want to know what I'm talking about, grab the hardback "Grindhouse" making-of book & look at the back cover. All in all, a top guy, very happy to see everyone, very friendly and talkative. Well worth the time and effort. Anyone else make it to the Waterstones signing?
  5. For anyone who makes it to Victoria Saturday morning & wants to get to Earl's Court by bus, the C1 goes from Victoria to Earls court (according to some kind TFL travel advisor). That's the route I shall be attempting at some unholy hour this Sat morning.
  6. "It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything." -from David Fincher's Fight Club
  7. Sorry I'm a bit late, lol! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
  8. *is late* Happy Birthday Dude! Hope you had a good one!
  9. It's one of the best lineups I've ever seen. However, I won't be able to make CM12 as I'll be in Portsmouth that weekend. Have fun folks!
  10. Happy Birthday Gemma! Have a great one, My finest regards, Keith.
  11. Yep, WLTM for Leathal Weapon series, Predator 2, Saw. Also enjoyed "The Saint of Fort Washington" . Not sure if he does cons though, but would be a cool guest.
  12. It would be quite something if JC was announced for a show. I'd probably ask him if he would ever consider adapting a H.P. Lovecraft tale directly for the screen, as he's an avid fan and HPL is my fave horror author. "In The Mouth of Madness" is the perfect example of Lovecraftian mood on film, even the title is a play on a famous HPL tale "At The Mountains of Madness". I would most likely get my "In The Mouth of Madness" Japenese poster signed, probably a "The Thing" poster too.
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