James Cullen Bressack is a young filmmaker whose career we've been keeping an eye on, and his latest, Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys, is heading to home video in just a few weeks. We have all the details right here, including the flick's new artwork.
Follow along here... To celebrate Monster Week on Animal Planet, The Asylum has made a movie for them called, ludicrously enough, Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys, starring Shannen Doherty and Christopher Lloyd. Guess what? It's trailer time, kids!
It probably wouldn't surprise you to hear The Asylum has a new nature gone amok flick titled Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys starring Shannen Doherty and Christopher Lloyd premiering on TV this Memorial Day weekend.
Ready to kick off 2012 with some real-life adventuring - from the comfort of your own home? Then you won't want to miss the Season 2 premiere of Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot", for which we have a new promo video and four clips!
Since no one apparently was able to locate a viable Sasquatch during the first season of Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot", the series is returning in the new year (on January 1st to be exact) for another crack at tracking down the beast.
It may seem reasonable to be deathly afraid of snakes, but what if you were terrified of moths, grasshoppers, or even puppies? A phobia can become so intense it transforms everyday behavior in a way that could make you laugh — if it didn't actually reduce you to terror or tears! Watch Dr. Robin Zasio helps desperate adults face their fears on Animal Planet's "My Extreme Animal Phobia" starting October 21st.
I've been fascinated by the subject of Sasquatch my entire life. I've probably read more books about Bigfoot than most people even know exist. There was a time when TV shows about Bigfoot fascinated me; that was until I noticed a trend of them never finding a damn thing. Will Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot" continue or end the trend?
Being a lifelong cryptozoology buff (even in kindergarten I was checking out library books on Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster), I have to confess to having a soft spot for the Animal Planet crypto show "Lost Tapes" even though being fully aware that the quality of the show ranges from intriguing to unintentionally laughable to downright awful.