There's somewhat of a "Geraldo Rivera Meets Al Capone" type of disappointment surrounding Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park. It was a made for TV movie, with all of the lesser respect associated with that format. With a less campy artistic approach, a wide cinema release throughout KISS' home country, and a successful box office take, however, KISS would not have the one true albatross that has dogged them for forty years. Like the Sgt. Pepper's film has hurt Bee Gees' critical standing, KISS has never quite recovered with the critics, despite continuing to make new music that their fans appreciate. Would you have suggested a different approach for a KISS film forty years ago?