Date: October 14th 2008

Hello Stomp Tokyo fans,

Please take a break from obsessively ignoring the world financial crisis by taking in these three fine updates!

Announcement #1, the long-neglected blog "Film Buff Stuff " is now being updated again, thanks to the tender minstrelings of Chris J Emery, the proprietor of "Bottom of the Barrel" ( ) and communications director of the mighty fine Toronto After Dark Film Festival ( ).

Please make Chris feel welcome in his new electronic lair -- sidle on over to and check out his new entry on the eBay sale of the Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters!


Announcement #2, the main Stomp Tokyo site has been quiet for a long time due to our self-imposed sabbatical and fervent dedication to other projects. One of those projects is now complete and unleashed upon the world: Chris Holland's new book, "Film Festival Secrets: A Handbook for Independent Filmmakers."

If you're a filmmaker taking those first steps onto the festival circuit or even if you've been around the festival block a few times, "Film Festival Secrets" is chock-a-block full of great tips, strategies, and checklists for living a better life in the land of indie film. Pick up a copy for yourself or the filmmaker in your life today.

Too chicken to buy the book on our say-so? You can check out the full text of the book online at the web site below!


Announcement #3, Scott Hamilton has renewed his dedication to abusing his own eyeballs by embarking on another "100 days, 100 movies" journey. Join him as he scrapes the insides of his skull with hits like Sasquatch Mountain and Cave of the Living Dead!


There have been more updates around the Stomp Tokyo castle, but we'll get to those in a future update. Our sabbatical is almost over and then, my friends . . . it is ON.

Oh yeah, you heard me. I'm talkin' to you.

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