For those of you interested in revisiting the world of 9 years ago, I give you "Incident at Sicuani", the 10-minute short video I did my sophomore year at film-school.
For those fortunate few who don't know or haven't seen it, I made a movie (which Peter Fedak produced and is hosting on a website of his) about ghostly, mysterious happenings at an archaeological dig in Peru. It has its moments, so I'm told, but never quite clicked as a whole. In 2003, Peter transferred an aging video copy onto his computer and redid the credits on his Mac so they didn't look so low-res and terrible. Also, just for fun, I recorded a commentary track for it. For the first time anywhere, I'm making that version available here. I just listened to it again and it's not too bad. You can tell I'm having a good time talking about it. Since I recorded it in 2003, some of the stuff I say is dated. For instance, Peggy doesn't work for Warner Home Video anymore, and we've since married (She is also, if I may say, pretty good in this). I probably would have mentioned the fact of her updated status as The Wife if I'd recorded the commentary track now. Anyway, for those interested in viewing the original without my voice mucking it up, go here. If you have a PC, you may have problems downloading the regular version, as I did, but give it a whirl, see what you come up with.
Anyway, if for no other reason, watch it to see everyone from back in the Halcyon days of film-school acting up a storm (and saving my ass by showing up) as I tried to create a 10-minute horror movie. And extra points if you can spot Heath essentially mooning the camera. Enjoy and have a good weekend.