Great Job, Internet!: Some guy spent $1 million to make a terrible movie with Corey Feldman and Adam West
If you’re still beating yourself up over your student loans, Seance should put things in perspective. According to a pair of Redditors, a former Los Angeles traffic control business owner named Rick Vasquez spent $1 million to turn his own less-than-polished screenplay into Seance, a never-released 2001 horror movie featuring Corey Feldman and Adam West.
The precise details are a bit hazy—the poster of the Reddit thread, for instance, says Vasquez wrote, directed, shot, and produced the movie, but IMDB and in-film credits suggest otherwise on at least a couple of those duties—but the basic facts seem clear enough. Namely, this Rick Vasquez fellow put up $1 million to make a Corey Feldman-starring horror movie that looks like it was shot on VHS in and around your grandma’s house and that subsequently languished indefinitely in distribution limbo. And now the entire thing is on YouTube.