A Return to Eric Allen Bell’s IMDb Page
We now know, according to Eric Allen Bell, that IMDb is an unreliable source, and that he has no responsibility for the misinformation that appears at IMDb. We also know that he will denounce you as insane for noticing that IMDb is making him out to be younger, more accomplished, and wealthier than he actually is.
Well, it is still happening, and is getting worse. The current status of Bell Media at IMDb lists Bell Media connected with 5 different products, including "Retro30" again. Bell Media and Eric Allen Bell have no connection to:
Om Nom Ottawa
Portal to Hell!!!
“American Infidel” is the movie that Eric never made, does not plan on making, and has not even released a Youtube trailer on. That is a 100% zero for Bell Media at IMDb, but you would never know that without doing your own research.
Under the IMDb Salary section for Eric Allen Bell, we find 5 movies listed.
Eric has no connection to the 2003 Val Kilmer film “Wonderland”.
Ditto for the 2007 Sean Penn film “Into the Wild”.
Bell Media has nothing to do with this project.
Wonderland (2003) $350,000
Goodnight, Joseph Parker (2004) $150,000
Bondage (2006) $350,000
Into the Wild (2007) 800,000
Selling the Future (2016) 1,200,000
There is no evidence that “Selling the Future” actually exists.
More than 50% of the films credited to Eric Allen Bell on IMDb have nothing to do with him, or do not exist.
The "Mini Biography" at IMDb comes from Eric himself.
Eric Allen Bell was first hired as a screenwriter by John Leguizamo and Dennis Brooks to rewrite dialogue.
This is Eric name dropping again. There is reason to be skeptical of this. John Leguizamo may not have ever heard of Eric Allen Bell.
He went on to become a working screenwriter, including adapting 2 novels
- one of which was a bestseller,
for an Oscar winning Producer
and a major studio.
This is terribly vague, and it is coming from EAB himself.
His directorial debut was in 2004 with "Missing Sock" which was named by Film Threat on the "Top 10 Short Films" that year. On the strength of a well received short, Bell went on to write, produce and direct "The Bondage" which debuted at the South By South West Film Festival and was met with multiple offers for distribution.
The important detail missing is that “The Bondage” was shelved as a tax loss, and never was distributed.
Bell directed the documentary "American Infidel" which caused a great deal of controversy and was written about in USA Today, The Huffington Post, Breitbart, Examiner, Front Page Magazine, The Blaze, Media Matters and numerous other publications. He was interviewed by over 30 radio stations regarding the subject matter and appeared on the morning news show "Fox and Friends" several times.
Another important detail is missing here. “American Infidel” was the movie EAB was trying to get the Counter Jihad Movement to finance in 2012. He never made this movie, and will never make it. But, you can see here the extent of Eric’s fraud campaign. He had extraordinary access, and acceptance, but in the end, he never delivered.
Bell's latest project is a documentary about the multi-billion dollar online Psychic Industry, scheduled for release in late 2015. Bell also works as a Script Doctor and Media Adviser for Bell Media Group.
This is his “movie” “Selling the Future”. No one has seen this movie. It may not even exist.
We also learn next to nothing about Eric Allen Bell from the trivia section.
His biological grandfather died young in a mid-air collision while piloting an airplane which he owned as part of his fleet at Bell Air Services at the Santa Monica airport. He was a decorated war hero of WWII and part of the Captain Chenault's Flying Tigers.
His biological uncle died young while driving his Aston Martin too fast around Dead Man's Curve in Los Angeles.
His biological grandmother was a nurse during World War II and met Paul Bell, after he had been shot down by enemy fire for the third time. They would later marry and have 3 children. Paul Bell purchased several airplanes and started "Bell Air Service" located at the Santa Monica Airport.
His adoptive parents are featured in his feature film directorial debut, "The Bondage". They are both musicians.
He is an abstract expressionist painter.
His short film "Missing Sock" was chosen out of 5,000 submissions for Film Threat's "Top 10 Short Films" of 2004.
There is no information about Eric Allen Bell on the internet. Instead, there are things like IMDb that is very misleading.
Eric Allen Bell is very misleading.