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Horror Director’s Chat #3 – Lycos Cinema, 8p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, Tues., Oct. 21
Lycos Cinema’s Horror Director’s Chat series continues tonight with a live online screening and discussion with Len Kabasinki, director of ‘Curse of the Wolf,' 'Swamp Zombies,' and 'Fist of the Vampire.' The screening of ‘Curse of the Wolf' and related chat with Len begins at 8:00pm ET/ 5:00pm PT tonight, October 21st. This is your chance to ask all the behind-the-scenes questions you’ve always wondered about, and get answers from one of the most renowned filmmakers of independent horror working today.
Get all the gory details about the film (and other upcoming Director’s Chats), and RSVP for the screening with John Johnson here: http://cinema.lycos.com/directorschat
‘Curse of the Wolf'– Plot description:
When female werewolf Dakota (Renee Porada) discovers a way to halt her transformations, she attempts to flee her pack and escape into the anonymity of the city, where she hopes to live a "normal" life. Her carnivorous chums, however, have other plans for the sexy she-wolf, and if Dakota is to thwart them, she'll need all the human help she can muster, including that of some would-be assassins and a shady nightclub owner.
Len Kabasinski (Chat scheduled 8PM ET/5PM PT, 10/21)
Len got his start working in broadcast television in Pittsburgh, PA after three years in Pittsburgh. 'Curse of the Wolf', Len's second feature film, was to be shot within ten days and then off to commence an eight-week post-production phase. The plan worked as 'Curse of the Wolf' took home the 'Best Horror Feature' award at the 2006 Great Lakes Film Festival. 'Fist of the Vampire' marks Len's third directorial effort. It contains over 250 special effects shots in the film, including live on-set effects, green screen effects, and digital post-production special effects. The film completed principal photography within 9 days and then went into a 6-month post-production period filled with digital effects & compositing.