Still, I maintain hope that a future vampire comedy will make me laugh and give me some thrills, which is why I'm writing about Barak Epstein's Blood on the Highway. It's a short film that is currently in production in my home base of Dallas, Texas. Filmmaker David Lowery has posted about it on his blog, Drifting: A Director's Log, and he's sparked my interest with his sheer enthusiasm about working 16-hour days as an on-set editor. He volunteered the use of one of his cameras, "whose duties included being strapped to the hood of a car and driven down the freeway at high speeds. Hooray for reckless shooting! Today, I wound up on the opposite side of the lens, playing a vampire. I got some dialogue and my own pair of bloody fangs and everything. It was awesome." In another post, he described what kept things lively (no fair quoting, you have to visit his page to find out). Blood on the Highway is due out in 2008.
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