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ly/1reuGJV Actor Don Scardino and writer/director Jeff Lieberman talk about the dangers of real worm bites on the set of Squirm. Grab the Blu-ray at https://www.
Thirty years later, this Halloween clone stands out from other slasher films of the decade because it was produced by the almighty Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Roaring lion logo notwithstanding, He Knows You’re Alone , written by Scott Parker, directed by Armand Mastroianni, was made with very little money yet it somewhat lacks the appealing grunginess of its counterparts. Yes, the film has more than a few similarities with Carpenter’s 1978 classic, but it has none of its inventiveness and energy. It looks flat, TV-movie-like flat, and the lack of violence only reinforces the feeling that you are watching something that was made for the small screen. It’s hard to tell if director Mastroianni was trying to concentrate on suspense rather than gore, or he was just afraid to embrace graphic violence. The end result is a clunky slasher movie that is too mean-spirited for non-fans and not violent enough for rabid horror aficionados. He Knows You’re Alone is not bad, bad, just forgettable. Today, the film is notable as the screen debut of Tom Hanks. Also, the last film of Don Scardino, co-creator of TV’s 30 Rock. Source: Diary of A Movie Maniac
Samantha Who's Tad Quill will pen the script and exec produce alongside Don Scardino, the latter of whom will direct the CBS Television Studios comedy pilot. Bornheimer is repped by CAA, Haven Entertainment and Morris Yorn; Pollak is with Innovative
of Amy's pronouncements comes true. The half-hour laffer comes from Tad Quill (“Scrubs,” “Samantha Who?”), who penned the pilot and will exec produce the CBS Television Studios project. Don Scardino (“30 Rock,” “2 Broke Girls”) will serve as director.
@Isaiah_Scardino @Vladpono9 Tru, it's coo don't let them get to u lol 04/05/15, @jordan_eagen
RT @PaperWash: Me: I'm gunna grow a mustache Girlfriend: ugh please don't Me: http://t.co/DdHW1A7clB 04/05/15, @Dani_scardino
Damn if you do damn if you don't but it's all good. 04/04/15, @Isaiah_Scardino
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Don Scardino, Director: 30 Rock. Don Scardino was born on February 17, 1949 in New York City, New York, USA as Donald Joseph Scardino. He is a director and producer ...
Don Scardino (born February 17, 1948) is an American television director and producer and a former actor.
Don Scardino was born on February 17, 1949 in New York City, New York, USA as Donald Joseph Scardino. He is a director and producer, known for 30 Rock...
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