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David Kalat, founder of All Day Entertainment, is a film historian and promoter of unusual motion pictures. He lives in LaGrange Park, Illinois with his wife and two children.

To contact All Day, e-mail David Kalat with your comments, criticisms, and questions.
Curriculum Vitae

Born April 7, 1970 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

• Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Master's Degree, 2011.

• University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Graduated with a Bachelor of the Arts in 1992, Major in Film and Video Studies.
James B. Angell Scholar

• Universitaet Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany. Attended in 1990-1991 scholastic year, studied Art History and German.

• A Critical History and Filmography of Toho's Godzilla Series: Revised Edition (McFarland, 2010)
• J-Horror: The Ring, The Grudge, and Beyond (Vertical, 2007)
• The Strange Case of Dr. Mabuse (McFarland & Co, 2001)
• Homicide: Life on the Street--The Unofficial Companion (Renaissance Books, 1998)
• A Critical History and Filmography of Toho’s Godzilla Series (McFarland & Co, 1997)
• "The Secret History of Gallic Horror Movies," included in the compendium Fear Without Frontiers, edited by Steven Schneider (FAB Press, 2002)
• "The Long Arm of Fantomas," included in the compendium Third Person: Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives, edited by Pat Harrigan (MIT Press, 2009)
• It's Not Too Late: Virus vs. Day of Resurrection (Video Watchdog, Number 155, March 2010)
• Stranger Than Truth: The Rise of Fictuality (Video Watchdog, Number 149, May 2009)
• Georges Melies: The First Man on the Moon (Video Watchdog, Number 145, November 2008)
• Untrue West: The True Story of Karl May (Filmfax, Number 110, April-June 2006)
• Exoticism and eroticism in French horror cinema: a brief introduction to the world of Jean Rollin (Kino Eye, Vol 2 Issue 7, April 2002)
• Fantomas, An Appreciation (Scarlet Street, Issue 44)
• The Image of Dorian Gray in the Yellow Press (Scarlet Street, Issue 43)
• The Fall and Rise of The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (Video Watchdog, Issue 62)
• Bluebeard: The Most Sinister Love Story Ever Told! (Filmfax, Issue 77)
• Misfits Unite! Orson Welles, Jess Franco, and Don Quixote (Filmfax, Issue 77)
• Ganja & Hess Undead (Video Watchdog, Issue 47)
• Seven vs. Dr. Phibes (Midnight Marquee Monsters, Issue 61)
• The Strange Case of Dr. Mabuse (Midnight Marquee Monsters, issue 58)
• Godzilla vs. the Film Industry (G-Fan, Issue 17)
• The Americanization of Godzilla 1985 (G-Fan, Issue 20)
• The Disney-Toho Conspiracy (G-Fan, issue 25)

DVD liner notes and commentary tracks:
• Nosferatu--Blu Ray audio commentary, 2013
• To Be Or Not To Be--Blu Ray audio commentary, 2013
• Things to Come--Blu Ray audio commentary, 2013
• Godzilla--Blu-Ray audio commentary, 2011
• Tiger of Eschnapur/The Indian Tomb--Blu-Ray audio commentary, 2011
• Fantomas--DVD audio commentary, 2011
• Sherlock Jr.--Blu-Ray audio commentary, 2011
• Metropolis--Blu-Ray audio commentary, 2011
• City Girl--Blu-Ray audio commentary, 2010
• The Fritz Lang Dr. Mabuse Collection: Dr. Mabuse the Gambler, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse, and The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse--DVD audio commentaries, 2009
• The Finances of the Grand Duke--DVD audio commentary, 2009
• Three's a Crowd--DVD audio commentary, 2008
• Scarlet Street--DVD audio commentary, 2007
• Ghidrah the Three Headed Monster--DVD audio commentary, 2006
• A Submarine Pirate--DVD audio commentary included in AMERICAN SLAPSTICK, 2006
• The Strange Woman--DVD audio commentary, 2005
• Eyes Without a Face--DVD liner notes, 2004
• The Testament of Dr. Mabuse--DVD audio commentary, 2004
• Dr. Mabuse der Spieler--DVD audio commentary, 2001
• The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse--DVD audio commentary, 2000
• The Testament of Dr. Mabuse--DVD audio commentary, 2000
• Gamera vs. Guillon--VHS liner notes
Additional Writing:
• Staff writer for The Comedy Company, a live comedy troupe at the University of Michigan (1989-1990, 1991-1992).
• Staff writer for The Michigan Delay, a satirical biweekly in Ann Arbor, Michigan (1988-1989).