It's still wild to me the things you can stumble across on the internet. Why, just the other day, I came across VariaGate.com, the official website of Jules Brenner.
Brenner, for those (like me) who didn't know, was the cinematographer on 1985's The Return of the Living Dead, easily one of the greatest horror comedies of all time, and a cult favorite of self-respecting gore-lovers everywhere.
Brenner has a page on his website devoted entirely to his work on Return, giving interesting production details, as well as personal reminiscences of his work on the film. There are stills, an e-mail address to contact Brenner, and--perhaps most tantalizingly of all--a link for purchasing the movie's punk-laden soundtrack.
I suggest checking it out. Brenner worked on the Salem's Lot miniseries too, so there's info on that as well. He also worked on Teen Wolf Too, in case anyone was wondering...
On a side note, The Vault of Horror would like to commemorate the birthday of Francis Albert Sinatra, the greatest entertainer who ever lived.
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