I started off typing this post with the words “I’m sorry…” but decided to delete those words. I’m really not. I haven’t been posting recently and I’m not really sorry for the reason why. You see, I just kind of got burnt out. For every comment you see here that is good, bad or indifferent, there are easily five that I don’t approve that are childish, mean, or downright offensive. The last one that really got me was from a Dylan Dog fan that threatened to come to my home and beat up my wife to “show me how it felt when your favorite person in the world gets abused.” Apparently, in their eyes, that’s what we’re doing to Dylan Dog. To be honest, that kind of creeped me out. This isn’t my job, to post here. In fact, it actively takes me away from my job, which is to get movies like this set up and on their way to becoming movies. What I do here is something I do to honor you fans. To shine some light on how things are going with something you all. I’ve tried to add a little bit of personality and humor to it all and keep this blog a fun place, too. I’ve had fun getting to know a lot of the regular readers here and I think we’ve had some good debates. That last comment kind of took the fun out of it, though. Maybe I’m being too sensitive and maybe if I am, the blogosphere isn’t really the place for me. I’ve certainly seen that kind of behavior before on other sites, so it’s not that uncommon.
Moving forward, I’ll be posting news as I get it, but not much else.
The producers saw the film and loved it. Had a few small changes, but nothing major. We’re now doing color correction and sound mixing.
We have secured an Italian distributor, but it will be up to them to announce the release date for the film. Domestic should be coming very soon and you won’t see a trailer until we have secured domestic.