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PHANTASM V: RAVAGER

Journal Entry: Thu Mar 27, 2014, 11:09 AM







I guess the cat is out of the bag.  Been pretty absent from DA for awhile now due to this secret project but now I can come out and say it...

I am director and co-writer on the new addition to the Phantasm franchise... PHANTASM V: RAVAGER

I have always been a huge PHAN of the series and creator DON COSCARELLI was generous enough to open his twisted world to me and I am loving every minute of it. Below is a link to the trailer and press release on ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY! So mind numbing to see this stuff finally hit the light of day, I am so excited...

insidemovies.ew.com/2014/03/27…


Here is an excerpt from the press release, and of course I can not reveal any details on the film itself...

"EW can confirm that Phantasm: Ravager is directed by filmmaker and artist David Hartman, whose résuméincludes the TV show Transformers Prime and the Rob Zombie videos American Witch and Lords of Salem. Hartman also worked on the films Bubba Ho-Tep andJohn Dies at the End, both of which were directed byPhantasm overlord Don Coscarelli. Coscarelli himself cowrote Phantasm: Ravager with Hartman and produced it through his Silver Spheres company with executive producer Brad Baruh.

“I felt it was time to let someone else play with my train set,” said Coscarelli in a statement. “David and I go back to my film Bubba Ho-Tep. He did terrific visual effects on that, and more recently created a wild animated sequence and some amazing visual effects in my most recent film, John Dies at the End. Our aesthetics are in sync and he’s quite an experienced director in his own right.”

“Having worked with Don before, and being a huge fan of the entire Phantasmfranchise, it was a great honor to do Ravager with him,” said Hartman. “This film is a real turning point in the series. There’s real closure for the core characters that I hope fans will respond to.”

The cast of Phantasm: Ravager includes Angus Scrimm and Reggie Bannister, who have played, respectively, the Tall Man and luckless ice cream vendor Reggie in each previous film. They are joined by Michael Baldwin, who played the character Mike in each franchise entry except for Phantasm II (in which, aside from some flashback scenes, he was played by James LeGros). “We were fortunate to shoot amazing new sequences with horror icon Angus Scrimm,” said Hartman. “He has terrific scenes with Reggie and Mike  that are truly powerful.” Series regulars Bill Thornbury and Kat Lester also appear in the film, whose release date has yet to be announced.

Phantasm: Ravager was shot in and around southern California over the past two years. “The Phantasm films have been a guerrilla operation for decades now, totally outside of the studio system,” Coscarelli said. “We do them for the fans, and I think Ravager will definitely please them. In the past few years several studios have made offers to remake Phantasm with large budgets, but the fans were very vocal that they wanted the original cast to return and finish this iteration of the story with class.”"



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TheForbiddenTenet Apr 8, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Sorry for all the fave-spamming but that artwork...

It's awesome.
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Thanks for the fav!
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GILMOREofficial Mar 31, 2014  Professional General Artist
Cool portfolio.
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Geoff--K Mar 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Awesome work.
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mydevilman Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for letting me use the image (Rise from mud) in my video really fits the lyrics "corpses rising from the ground" here is link if interested www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2… love your work will be following you.
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sideshowmonkey Mar 12, 2014  Professional Filmographer
No worries, and the video looks ( and sounds ) great!
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teenrex7 Jan 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I just want to tell you that I absolutely loved Transformers Prime. I have all three seasons on dvd plus the movie and hoping maybe to eventually get the art book. It was such an excellent show and I thank you and all the others who worked on it.
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sideshowmonkey Mar 12, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thank you so much. Prime truly was a challenging, yet highly rewarding, show to work. One of my favorite things I ever been a part of. Getting to hear how fans like yourself really enjoyed it is one of the greatest things to hear. I'll be sure to pass it on to the rest of the team and thanks again.

Hope you like the art book when you get one. I have an interview as well as write the afterword and I think it gives a lot of inside information to the creative process behind the show.
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esther8332hotmail Jan 1, 2014  Student Filmographer
Happy New Year.
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