THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 04 Pt. 1

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 04 Pt. 1

Apr 12, 2017

Episode 4, Part 1: SCHOOL DAZE AND BETAPHILES Written by: Tim Ritter In a day and age where Ultra HD 4K and 10K are in vogue and everyone is criticizing movies based on their transfers, pixels, hues, color saturation, grain, and picture quality, it’s hard to describe how bad the TV reception was in the 1970’s and even into the 1980’s on video!...

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 03 Pt. 2

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 03 Pt. 2

Nov 27, 2016

Episode 3, Part 2: The Horror In Sci-Fi and Alien Invasions Written by: Tim Ritter For me, there are probably three great “science fiction” movies that were also gateways into “horror” films and they are just an awesome unholy threesome, especially if you watch them all back-to-back today. They are, of course, INVASION OF THE BODY...

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 03 Pt. 1

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 03 Pt. 1

Oct 23, 2016

Episode 3, Part 1: The Horror In Sci-Fi and Alien Invasions Written by: Tim Ritter As the allure of movies in the cinema began to entice my young mind in the 70’s even more, I recall being totally obsessed with THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN’s trailer. Of course, I was forbidden to see the film, because it was “RATED R!” [and that was seen...

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 02

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 02

Sep 18, 2016

Episode 2: RECALLING THE EARLY SINS Written by: Tim Ritter When did you become a HORROR FAN? At what point growing up did you know…wow, this is what it’s all about?!?! And moreso…WHY? And why is it still with us as adults? These are questions I sometimes ponder. Before I even started school, my parents would listen to this radio show called...

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 01

THE TURBULENT EYE w/ Director Tim Ritter Ep. 01

Sep 4, 2016

Written by: Tim Ritter HOLD THE PHONE…A MADMAN IS CALLING! The slasher genre is among my favorite. I’m not sure exactly why, but I could write a book on how HALLOWEEN affected [and afflicted!] me when I saw it on television in October 1981. I would’ve been thirteen or fourteen years old then, and had already been making super-8 movies...