Everson/Coleman on Cinema – Episode 1 – DEAD OF NIGHT (1945)

Everson/Coleman on Cinema – Episode 1 – DEAD OF NIGHT (1945)

Bambi and I have a long history with the movies, and with each other. Here’s our first time doing a video podcast together, about our first date, when we were eight years old, watching DEAD OF NIGHT at one of Bambi’s dad’s legendary Saturday night screenings (for the uninitiated, see here).

My beloved will readily admit it took some coaxing on my part to get her to agree to this. On the other hand, we are both quite passionate about continuing her dad’s work in edifying the next generation, and stressing the importance of preservation. We agreed that if this were to have value, rather than regurgitate every detail of the production history, we should talk about what these films meant to us, and why people might enjoy them now.

HERE’S THE COMPLETE FIRST EPISODE. Please share as you see fit.

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Frank Coleman: Drummer/Arranger/Producer. Actor/Writer. Video/VR Artist. Multimedia OG/SME. ASCAP/AEA. Part-Time Amateur Neurosurgeon.