Monday, October 15, 2007

Spine Tingler! (NEWS)

Coming Soon! "Spine Tingler: The William Castle Story" chronicles the last great American showman, filmmaker William Castle, a master of ballyhoo who became a brand name in movie horror with his outrageous audience participation gimmicks in the 50s and 60s.

For more info click HERE!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

this looks cool....theres a great book about william castle that came out many years ago called "Step right up i'm gonna scare the pants off America"

Anonymous said...

ABOUT TIME SOMEONE MADE A FILM ABOUT CASTLE!

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see this! Castle rocks!!

Anonymous said...

I showed my 2 friends(who think anything produced before 1992 is boring)the original HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL & 13 GHOSTS after they saw the crappy,if technically great remakes and they loved 'em,so any director who can redeem my faith in today's Blair Witchees is worthy of worship,and besides i'd have loved to have seen emergo!

Karswell said...

And in total William Castle tradition, during the LA debut screening of SPINE TINGLER, each audience member will receive a
beneficiary agreement and be insured against DEATH BY FRIGHT!

dgb said...

The book "Step Right Up, etc." is Castle's autobiography and a heck of a good read. And if you haven't seen Joe Dante's movie "Matinee," in which John Goodman plays a Castle-like shlock director, you need to track it down.

Jeffrey Schwarz said...

Hey, everyone! Check out our mySpace page...

www.myspace.com/spinetinglermovie

Hope you can come to our premiere at AFI !

Best wishes,
Jeffrey Schwarz
Producer / Director

Karswell said...

Good luck with the film Jeff!

Hopefully this will play in St Louis soon too!

Jeffrey Schwarz said...

Be careful what you wish for...

http://www.cinemastlouis.org/2007/documentaries.html

Karswell said...

Well son of a--- thank you wishmaster!

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