Tag Archive | "Behind The Mask: The Batman Dead End Story"

ICON VS. ICON PRESENTS: Acid Pop Cult Podcast – Episode 255: One Crazy Summer

ICON VS. ICON PRESENTS: Acid Pop Cult Podcast – Episode 255: One Crazy Summer

acidpopcult-podcast-2016

On the latest episode of the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jeremy and Jason return for the first time in weeks to discuss their summer adventures. Jeremy starts things off with a spoiler free tease of the upcoming horror flick, ‘Annabelle Creation.’ Jason offers up a solid pick of the week with a review of ‘Behind The Mask: The Batman Dead End Story.’ He also discusses his recent pilgrimages to see the magic of Corey Feldman and The Angels on the Heavenly 2 The US Tour. Other topics include Jason’s latest interviews for Icon Vs. Icon,Friday The 13th: The Game’ and remembering the late great George A. Romero. As always, rates, reviews and shares are appreciated. Flags up for Independence, patriots!

Spread the word, leave a review and be sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes for our continuing adventures! Download the latest episode of Acid Pop Cult on iTunes now!


Acid Pop Cult on iTunes – Click here!
Acid Pop Cult on Twitter – @acidpopcult
Acid Pop Cult on Facebook – facebook.com/AcidPopCult
Jeremy on Twitter – @almostgothim
Jason on Twitter – @iconvsicon
Hank on Twitter – @thehenrypricejr

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, MusicComments (0)

‘Behind The Mask: The Batman: Dead End Story’ Documentary To Be Unleashed On July 18th!

‘Behind The Mask: The Batman: Dead End Story’ Documentary To Be Unleashed On July 18th!

Director and writer Eric Dow (Honor in the Valley of Tears) goes behind the scenes of the most notorious fan-fiction short film of all time with BEHIND THE MASK: THE BATMAN: DEAD END STORY. The flick hits DVD and Digital HD Platforms Including iTunes and Amazon on July 18, 2017.

In the winter of 2003, commercial director Sandy Collora and some of his friends set out to make a low-budget short film for his demo reel.  What they wound up doing, however, was making one of the most elaborate, most watched, most talked about and most controversial short fan-directed films ever made: “Batman: Dead End.”

The film launched a nationwide craze when all eight minutes were unveiled at Comic Con in 2003.  Director Kevin Smith called it “an amazing piece of work.  Possibly the truest, best Batman ever made”.  In a Hollywood system where Batman movies are huge-budget, mega-merchandised projects, this low-budget short shattered all expectations, garnering an incredible amount of buzz outside of the Hollywood system. With appearances from The Joker, Alien, and Predator, the film was a hit with die-hard comic fans and modern action film lovers alike.  Considering the amount of buzz surrounding the film, Collora was expected to be propelled into the Hollywood stratosphere.  Instead, his career sputtered.  Now, BEHIND THE MASK gives audiences an insider’s behind-the-scenes look at the buzz-worthy short and the people who help create it including Collora, comic book legend Neal Adams, and convention all-stars Sean Clark, Shawn Reeves and Jordu Schell.

An incisive look at the making of the short film, BEHIND THE MASK, called “a fascinating look at an eccentric man who was geekdom’s king for a day (Chud.com)”  truly uncovers what it takes to make it as a Hollywood A-lister.

About Candy Factory Films
Candy Factory Films is a forward-thinking, filmmaker-friendly multimedia company dedicated to producing and distributing high impact, unique and compelling films.  Embracing emerging distribution trends to successfully promote releases, Candy Factory is at the forefront of a new vanguard of independent distributors maximizing profit by reaching distinct audiences in numerous ways.  With a catalog stocked with award-winning and acclaimed films across every genre, they’re committed to creating and fostering communities around independent and progressive cinema.  Avenues for distribution include all leading digital platforms such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, iTunes and the national Video on Demand platform on cable television.

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!Comments (0)