McNaughton-Rooker Horror Film Gets a New Life at 30

When 85-minute low-budget indie “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer” — an art film masked as an exploitation film and shot in 16mm — was released in fall of 1986, its chances of theatrical success seemed unlikely.

The cards were stacked against it. Everyone connected with it was unknown. The budget was so low that family and friends were brought on as actors using their own possessions. And its highly-restrictive MPAA X-rating limited its commerciality.

“Henry” was directed and co-written by John McNaughton and the late Richard Fire and produced by Steven A. Jones. They had a $110,000 budget to produce “a horror film with lots of blood,” shot in 28 days throughout Chicago in the summer of 1986…

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That’s a Wrap!


James Gunn announced today that principal photography for Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, which began at Pinewood Studios Atlanta in February 2016 has completed.

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Guardians of the Rainforest


Rainforest Trust is joining forces with Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn to give movie fans the chance to win a poster signed by the cast.

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The Walking Hope for ACS


Support the American Cancer Society via The Walking Hope. Reserve your hoodie now!

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Atlanta Film Festival 2016: Guardians Q & A with James Gunn and Michael Rooker


Join James Gunn and Michael Rooker for a special encore presentation of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and an exclusive Q&A!

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Gavin Meets Rooker at Wizard World Vegas


March 2016 Las Vegas, NV

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