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    January 12th, 2012 @ 10:00 pm by admin

    This may be old news to some of you, but I’m (optimistically) assuming that much of the more recent traffic to this blog is comprised of new visitors.

    At any rate, back in July, at which point we had only shot about three days of footage, this “review” of Hellbound? came out. I read it with great anticipation, hoping against hope that the writer of the piece had some sort of prescience, that he had seen a vision of the future, and that he could tell me how the movie would end–and maybe even how it would begin–and perhaps even what the box office numbers would be.

    Alas, freelance writer Mike Stanwood displayed no such abilities. Instead, he demonstrated a remarkable aptitude for fear-mongering, guilt-by-association, religious gate-keeping, rampant speculation and making potentially libelous statements based on a few scraps of circumstantial evidence. All of which led him to conclude:

    Given the facts, it’s not unreasonable to offer a more than strong word of caution about this upcoming film. Those seeking answers about their eternal destination could be sent in the wrong direction by listening to the voices in Hellbound?

    So consider yourselves warned, good people. You have no idea what sort of powers you’re messing with by poking around this blog. Thankfully people like Mike are manning the gates to keep the rest of us safe.

    I can only imagine how many other Mike Stanwoods will emerge when we release our teaser trailer (the final version of which I just approved today, BTW).

    And I can only hope at least one of them might truly be able to see the future.



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  1. If it makes you feel better, their ‘review’ did make it to the top ten reviews for that year! http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/?p=8053

  2. Do they have a review on Fireproof?

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