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John Ary's Final Aint It Scary Reviews And Final AICN Post: Vulcan Video's Max Discusses INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1978)!!

Published at: Oct. 31, 2013, 7:40 a.m. CST

Invasion of the Body Snatchers

John Ary here with the final installment of Ain't It Scary Reviews, along with some sad, but exciting news.

Before we get to that, let's talk about the Invasion of the Body Snatchers remake from 1978. My buddy Max from Vulcan Video thought it would make a great pick. Unfortunately he was a little "under the weather" when we shot this. I hope he's feeling better now...

For the final Blu-ray giveaway for the month,I would like to say congrats to Stan Arthur. I'll be sending him a copy of Dead Souls and Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear.

Thanks to everyone who tweeted out the hashtag this month and a bigger thanks to all the folks who watched these videos. I also owe a big debt of gratitude to the super people at Vulcan Video. It's not easy to stand in front of a camera and let a weirdo ask you questions about horror movies, but Max, Bryan, Neil, AJ, Rockie, and Miles performed like pros. They also helped bring in many of the special guests and let me film in their store early in the morning. You guys are the best. Another big thank you to Kristen, who manages Vulcan.

I also have two big apologies to make. I totally messed up interviews with Dave from Vulcan Video and Eric "Quint" Vespe. That's part of the risk of shooting these kinds of interviews without a camera person. Thanks for being so cool about it and hopefully we'll get a chance to shoot something again together in the near future. I promise not to frak it up next time.  

On to my big news... This will be my last entry at AICN. I started a new project over at PhotonCityNews.com that I'm very excited about. I'll still make videos every week, but my new site will also give me a chance to write about some of my other interests as well. I can't thank Harry enough for all of his support over the last couple of years. The AICN name has gotten me access to a lot of places and people that I otherwise would never have had the chance to witness or meet. I appreciate his help and giving me the opportunity to contribute to the AICN. Also, thanks to Glen "Merrick" Oliver for editing my articles for me. He's a great guy.  

Long live Ain't It Cool News.

Long live the talkbacks.

I'm out.

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