Friday, November 20, 2009
Directed by Lee Demarbre.
Starring David Hess, Sasha Grey, Ray Sager, Michael Berryman and Jesse Buck.
Filmed locally here in Ottawa, Canada, this is Demarbre's ode to Herschell Gordon Lewis. Herschell also has a small role as well. Highly recommended!
Monday, November 16, 2009
Double Feature Trailer Insanity!!
The above double feature ad has to be one of the most bizarre trailers I've ever had the privilege to post on this site. This trailer is much trashier than either of the movies (especially the arty Blood Spattered Bride) they barely even show clips of throughout. A total blast.
The Blood Spattered Bride Trailer
Directed by Vicente Aranda
Starring Simón Andreu and Maribel Martín
I Dismember Mama (aka Poor Albert and Little Annie) Trailer
Directed by Paul Leder
Starring Zooey Hall
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Directed by Tommy Wiseau.
Starring Tommy Wiseau and Juliette Danielle.
They are now marketing this film as an intentional comedy. That was not the original intention of the director and star. Has to be seen to be believed. Many are calling Wiseau the "next Ed Wood".
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Directed by William Lustig and Joel Soisson.
Written by Larry Cohen.
Starring Robert Z'Dar, Robert Davi, Robert Forster, Jackie Earl Haley and Caitlin Dulany.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
A few tracks from the duo of Guido & Maurizio De Angelis, prolific Italian composers for film in the golden era of Italian crime, western and horror cinema.
From High Crime (1973) (d. Enzo G. Castellari)
From "The Violent Professionals" (1973) (d. Sergio Martino)
From "Raiders Of Atlantis" (1983) (d. Ruggero Deodato)
Monday, July 27, 2009
As you can probably tell, I've been absent from this blog for awhile but I've been putting the finishing touches on my first book of short horror stories called "A Sane Man vs. The Thing From The Woods... and Other Pulp Fictions".
You can get a print copy or download a version here for cheap if yer interested.
By clicking on the title, you can also get a preview of the first part of the book as well.
Here's the description from the back cover:
"After a tough day at the office, a middle-aged man comes home to his family, only to find a fitter, “better” version of himself has somehow taken his place without anyone noticing…
In a fury of shocking ultra-violence, a thrash-metal loving, muscle-bound freakshow rampages through a Los Angeles gym during the height of the shallow and decadent 1980’s…
Someone is viciously murdering homeless people downtown and two unlikely heroes – a failed journalist and an aging, alcoholic detective – must band together to solve the crime because no one will ever believe what they’ve seen…
A respected and well-known professor disappears, leaving only a bizarre letter to his daughter telling of a small town that holds some horrible secrets from his past, among them the certain problem of mutilated teenagers washing up on shore every 50 years or so…
An ambitious but naïve young man moves into a secluded cabin to write his “Great Canadian Novel” but quickly realizes that something in the woods doesn’t appreciate the intrusion on its territory, sparking an age old battle to the death between human and animal…
What you hold in your hand are 5 blood splattered stories in the tradition of classic pulp novels, Italian “giallo” films, H.P. Lovecraft, anthology horror movies and “creature features” from a bygone era.
So grab a beer, put your feet up and prepare to get your face ripped off (in a good, clean, fun way of course!)."