The Gemr.com produced docu-series “Collection Complete” (which takes an in-depth look into the lives of filmmakers and artists and the collections that fuel their work) has returned for 2019, and the first episode of the new year takes a deep dive into “Horror’s Hallowed Grounds”’ filmmaker Sean Clark’s life-long fascination with terror.
From his childhood introduction to Fangoria magazine and their famous Weekend of Horrors conventions to his jaw-dropping collection of screen-used props (notably here a screen-used clown from the classic 1982 film “Poltergeist”), the episode offers a rare look into Clark’s personal collection of artifacts from scary cinema, of which he offers, “Something about being a horror fan, and being a collector, is that you want to embrace the things that terrified you.”
You can watch the fascinating episode below.
Presented by Gemr.com (a platform for collectors worldwide to display, discuss, buy and sell the pop culture objects of their fascination), past episodes of “Collection Complete” include looks into the private collections of filmakers Mike Mendez (“Tales of Halloween”) and “The Hills Run Red” producer Robert Meyer Burnett.
And finally, wanna’ copy of the ultra rare issue of Fangoria #9? Clark’s grade school teacher took his away, but for the next two weeks, those who create a free account at Gemr.com’s horror club “HERE” will have a chance to WIN THEIR OWN! “