There are few go to's when it comes to Halloween for me. Sure, we have the ole' standbys, like Halloween and Hocus Pocus, but what about the stuff that nobody else watches? I'm pretty sure every family has that hidden holiday classic that they don't talk to their neighbors about. For some, I bet Disney's Halloweentown tops the list, while for others, weirdness like The Paul Lynde Halloween Special is a staple come the spooky season. For me though, there's nothing more classic than the WNUF Halloween Special.
While I don't want to spoil it, the WNUF special has become something I look forward to sharing each and every Halloween season. It is basically magic in a bottle, and instead of researching it, this is one of the rare times where I suggest closing your computer, hunting it down, and watching it as soon as possible.
Considering I invite this film inside my home at least once a year, I figured it was only appropriate, given the opportunity, to discuss the film as well as his recent works with one of the main focal points of the film. Everyone say hello to Paul Fahrenkopf, or as I like to call him, Frank Stewart.
It was great getting to chat with Frank. He's extremely nice and so talented, so what's not to love? Because of his kindness and skill, I am asking you guys to support his latest feature, Nothing To Do.
Nothing To Do is the story of Paul's character, Kenny, an aimless DJ at an oldies station in Philadelphia. He's called to a hospital in Washington D.C., where he's informed that his father Irv, due to many complications, is at the end of his life. NTD is now available on Amazon in the US and UK, and it will be coming to iTunes worldwide on March 15th. And don't forget about the WNUF sequel, you can help fund it HERE!