Film Threat review:
In the late 1960s, a stuntman wanders into Spahn Ranch and thoroughly convinces one of its long-haired residents to fix a vehicle for him. No, dear reader, I’m not describing a scene from Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood. I’m describing a scene from the real life of Gary Kent, the subject of a new and wonderfully titled documentary, Danger God, directed by Joe O’ Connell. Now that’s something you have embroidered on the back of a leather jacket...
Danger God (aka Love and Other Stunts) premiered
April 6 at Cinema Wasteland in Strongsville, Ohio.
We also screened:
Alamo Drafthouse-Village in Austin, Texas.
Tucson Terror Fest
Central Texas Film Society
Gary and director Joe O'Connell talk on Fox 7's Good Day Austin about the documentary.
What the Cinema Wasteland audience said:
"One of the best documentaries about a single person I have ever seen. Hats off to director Joe O'Connell for giving us a love letter to a man who manages to touch anyone's heart that he comes in contact with."--Douglas Waltz, Divine Exploitation
"A beautiful film."-- Scott Edwards, author of Quintessential Jack: The Art of Jack Nicholson on Screen.