From Ron Darling to the Beastie Boys, we have a whole new crop of interviews to post on our site. And the filming continues though June, so say hi if you see us! Stay tuned for more information …
Dennis Holden and Tara McDonald–who were both two years old when the Mets won in ’86–talk about what it’s like being a Met fan today.
Were the Mets a team of destiny? Or do we just think that because they won? Greg Prince and Jason Fry of Faith & Fear in Flushing say what they think.
And … we’re up! We’ve started a Kickstarter campaign to continue our film – funding everything from traveling to film a golf game with Kevin Mitchell and Jesse Orosco to acquiring the rights to MLB footage. Have a look and drop a buck! And check out our trailer as well.
We’re just thrilled – take a look! An “inside scoop” on the lockers of the ’86 team.
We recently filmed Met poet Frank Messina performing at the Cornelia St Cafe, accompanied by the famed David Amram Quintet. Frank read On ’86 and “Playing” for the New York Mets, which you can see in all its glory in the below video! Frank Messina the Mets Poet from Heather Quinlan on Vimeo.
Like WOR-TV, The Bill Webb Fan Club, and Banner Day, Ralph Kiner was an integral part of my Mets childhood. Kiner’s Korner on Sundays was just as important to the game as the game itself. (Which sounds like something Ralph Kiner would’ve said.) So I’ve decided to dedicate the ’86 Mets movie to Ralph Kiner […]
Shelly Palmer, writer and producer of the ’86 Mets theme song, Let’s Go Mets! (or Let’s Go Mets Go!, depending on your preference), talks about why the first day of shooting the video did not go as planned.
Met fans still debate why the ’86 team did not become the dynasty that everyone predicted. Was it because Frank Cashen wanted a genteel ballclub? Did the players burn out? Was it just not in the cards? In the second clip from our Jeff Pearlman interview, he talks about how trading Kevin Mitchell for Kevin […]