Lance Henriksen has Nightmares in Red, White & Blue

As you know, the goal of this site and campaign is to get a Millennium movie made. Since Millennium has been off the air for over a decade, sometimes news relating to the series can be scarce. That is why we like to bring other sorts of interesting tidbits to your attention that relate to Millennium or the people involved with the show. Many of the cast and crew from Millennium continue to work to this day and we are always contacted by them about projects they have coming up. Here at Back to Frank Black, we think it's a fantastic idea to keep the Millennium fans up to date on what projects they are working on.

One such project involves our beloved Lance Henriksen. Several months back we were contacted by writer/producer Joseph Maddrey about a documentary he was working for which Lance would provide the narration. The documentary was directed by Andrew Monument. Joseph recently got back in touch with us and we had a fantastic chat about the project and when it would be coming out. The movie is called Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue and provides a history of the horror genre in American film. The movie is narrated by Lance Henriksen and features interviews with George A. Romero, John Carpenter, Back to Frank Black supporter John Kenneth Muir, and many more. Below you can see the trailer for the documentary...

The movie will be available On Demand starting tomorrow and will hit the theaters in September, but stay tuned to Back to Frank Black for an EXCLUSIVE interview with writer/producer Joseph Maddrey and possibly director Andrew Monument. Also look for a special competition as well! We would like to thank Joseph for taking the time to contact us and letting us know about this fantastic film. For more information on the film, please go to the following link.

1 Response to "Lance Henriksen has Nightmares in Red, White & Blue"

Joselyn Rojas said... July 1, 2010 at 6:34 PM

WOW this looks awesome!!!
I am not a huge-die-heard-fan of Horror, I must confess that. Yet I do watch them, and I have seen those major ones they cliped in the tiny sample you guys gave us.
Now, the questions are very pertinent.. why are we attracted to this horrific images, and how do we want more? even thought they mess up with our heads (and blood pressure)??

I am dying to see this!!

PS: Lance´s voice..... *fangirling here*

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