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  • John 10:21 am on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 2003, bosworth, , lucas, wonderland movie   

    Wonderland Film Is 10 Years Old Today 

    It’s my birthday too πŸ˜‰

    According to the Wikipedia page, Wonderland is 10 years old today. Time flies. I just cannot believe that it made half of the $5M cost back in ticket sales. They cannot blame illegal downloads for this.

    10 years.... and 44 years old for me. Damn I'm gettin' up there.

    10 years…. and 44 years old for me. Damn I’m gettin’ up there.

    Let’s celebrate with a Thursday photo gallery! Go full screen.

    • Tori 10:57 am on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Oh good now I get an excuse to watch wonderland over n over today! Lol

      HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOHN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • localarts 12:20 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Wish I could send you the David Lind interview from the Morton Downey Jr show as a present. But it’s the thought that counts.. Happy Birthday.

      • John 12:34 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks all! Yes, the main Downey fan on YouTube said he would kill for that episode, he missed it back when he recorded them to VHS.

        Let us also celebrate Stevie Ray Vaughn’s birthday today. In Seka’s new book, she was asked to ride in his tragic helicopter back in the day. The day he died. She was interviewed on a local show promoting her new book. I wanted to include that, since there is a Wonderland / Holmes connection. Cuz she and Holmes acted together, as she modeled with John’s 13.5″ penis.

      • criticextraordinaire 6:07 am on October 4, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I remember that episode, I think it was the later 1980’s. They had a few guests on who were associated with infamous unsolved murders. When it came time to discuss Wonderland, after some initial chit-chat and a reference to Johnny Wadd, ol’ Mort said something in his inimitable style, like “Isn’t it odd that you weren’t there when the murders went down?” David then said “Unless you want to be pulling this chair out of your BLEEP you better take those BLEEP words back” and then he stood up menacingly. They immediately took the show to commercial break and when they came back, David was off the set and Morton appeared shaken, and moved on to the next guest.

        • John 7:31 am on October 4, 2013 Permalink

          Excellent!! Thanks for that heads up. I would love to see that clip.

        • localarts 9:06 am on October 5, 2013 Permalink

          Yes, it was in the late 80’s. I’ve never seen the episode but a buddy of mine did. Criticextraordinaire, you pretty much echoed everything he said. I bet studio security had to restrain Lind during the break. Mort meet his match that day.

    • localarts 1:37 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Still not a bad looking woman to be in her mid to late fifty’s ?

      • John W 2:23 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        I agree. I always assumed she was a Swedish woman, but she is a homegrown American girl from Virginia.

    • Jill C. Nelson 5:59 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Apparently, when Seka officially launched her new book in N.Y. at the Museum of Sex on Monday night, she disclosed that she and Holmes were once romantically involved. http://www.therialtoreport.com/2013/10/01/inside-seka-the-book/

      Happy Birthday, John! πŸ™‚

    • localarts 7:14 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Seka was a very beautiful woman in her prime. She was on the Morton Downey Jr show too at one time way back when. Mort was cruel to her; he should have shown her a little more respect or at the very least been a little more curious.

    • Jill C. Nelson 7:43 pm on October 3, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      I agree. I remember seeing the clip of Seka on Downey’s show a couple of years ago… I felt bad for the way he tried to make her appear and probably feel. I admire Seka for her tenacity and for being okay with who she is. She is truly one of the classiest of the ladies from the golden era.

  • John 10:06 am on October 3, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , mike elliott, wonderland movie   

    There is another Wonderland movie script? 

    This 2001 article from a legal publication discusses two different things. A Wonderland movie by Mike Elliot and also Eddie Nash’s legal troubles.

    Other than a “Special Thanks” credit, I do not see Mike Elliott listed anywhere else in the credits for the 2003 movie. Maybe he was consulted a few times about certain parts of the story. I don’t know, but it appears that Mike has written a different movie script. His was titled “Wonderland Ave.”, so I wonder what it’s like. I LOVE the 2003 movie, but it did not deliver much on the individuals, i.e., character development. But that was the type of movie it was: Β fast paced, violent, raw, creepy flashbacks, and filling a two-week timeline.

    This article also discusses the possibility of different killers, as put forth by Eddie Nash’s legal team.

    Check out the article:



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