Bryan Loves You
Reviewed by Kryten Syxx
Starring Seth Landau, Tiffany Shepis, Lloyd Kaufman, Candy Stanton, Tony Todd, Tom Noga, Tori King, Jacqui Allen
Written and directed by Seth Landau
Distributed by Anchor Bay Home Entertainment
UPDATE: BLY director Seth Landau got us up-to-speed on the revised guest list for the Dark Delicacies signing. Dan Roebuck is out, but in his place comes Jeff Dylan Graham. Jeff has appeared in a number of horror pictures aside from BLY, including 100 Tears and Beyond the Dunwich Horror.
Seth Landau's horror pic Bryan Loves You, based on the true events regarding a cult taking over an Arizona town in '93, has seen its fair share of bad craziness during production:
Today we received word that yet more information has leaked around the top secret movie, Bryan Loves You, the story of death and murder at the hands of a fanatical cut.
So the guys who made Bryan Loves You, the movie about a cult who took over a small town in Arizona that stars George Wendt and Tony Todd, must have either hit a nerve with a group of people or are tying to play it out like that for media purposes.
Either way it’s a pretty smart tactic to get attention.
Bryan is your friend. Bryan is sane. He wants nothing but the best for you. You see, as the title implies, Bryan Loves You.
The folks behind the indie movie Bryan Loves You just dropped us a line with three (count ‘em three!) new posters for the film (check ‘em out below) as well as the exclusive news that a tagline has been chosen for the movie; "Meet Bryan, please. Bryan is good." Now if that’s not ominous, I don’t know the meaning of the word! Which I do!
Word has come down from the producers behind the indie cult horror film Bryan Loves You that, after setbacks and info being leaked left and right (though who knows if it was done on purpose to build hype), they’re throwing fans a bone with an early look at the flick’s trailer. Click here
to check it out, and take some time with the five new images below. Some personal time, that is.
Even though we’re always hesitant when it comes to indie horror -- we’ve all been burned too many times by too much hype and not enough follow-through -- I have to admit there’s something appealing to me about the new film Bryan Loves You from writer/director Seth Landau.