2010 is OVER. FINALLY.
Movie-wise, I made small bits of progress on EATER, BLOOD CREEK WOODSMAN, TWISTED FATES and TRULY DREADFUL TALES, but still none of them are completed. Started writing a handful of different scripts...but none of them are done. Managed to squeeze in a couple of small custom video projects for folks as well.
Really enjoyed putting a horror short together for Steve Sessions' DEAD INK anthology. After a bunch of casting and scheduling troubles, it ended up being a quick, hectic shoot in June, but thanks to Sophia, Floyd, Sabrina and Rob for coming through to help make a great little scary short.
Finished opening and ending credit sequences for John Bowker's EVIL RISING, as well as several pick-up shots and a behind-the-scenes featurette. John is nearing the finish line on post-production, so hope to see that in 2011.
Sub Rosa re-released Bloodsucking Redneck Vampires via MVD Entertainment with a new title: INBRED REDNACK VAMPIRES, but the DVD was missing several extras (including director commentary track) that were still listed on the sleeve! FUCK! Still, it's nice to have some version of it available for people again.
All sorts of expensive car work this year, appliances dying, relatives all getting older and in poorer health, pay & benefits reductions at work, deaths of friends, had a bunch of colds, etc. Whine, whine, whine. Sorry, I'm just in a bad mood.
On the bright side, a local bar held a screening of BLOODSUCKING REDNECK VAMPIRES as a part of it's grand opening in May and that was fun. I also managed to be part of a tiny group that pulled off a huge 2-school High School Reunion this summer and also had a good time at the Crypticon Seattle horror convention in June. Bit the bullet and took the family to DisneyWorld this summer. Also reconnected with a long-lost friend from my childhood in New Jersey this fall. So not all bad, I guess.
So, here comes 2011 and I pretty much have the same resolutions as in recent years: finish movie projects, eat better and exercise more, work smarter, pay down debt, blah, blah, blah.
We'll see how it goes.