Maureen McCormick Goes Maniacal in Hilarious Snow White: A Deadly Summer Clip! Oh Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!
This clip. Oh, man. Maureen McCormick! The original Marcia Brady! It just ... wow! Oh, man! No really ... it's like. Dude. You just have to see it for yourself. For the love of all that is holy watch this clip now.
March 20th is the first day of spring. What better day to release a movie called Snow White: A Deadly Summer? Yep, there’s yet another Snow White movie. That brings the tally to two upcoming theatrical Snow White movies and now two direct-to-DVD Snow White flicks, and that’s in addition to Snow White being an integral character on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time”. Fairest-of-them-all Mania is sweeping Hollywood.
1313: Bigfoot Island promises to be the ultimate war between shirtless young men with no body hair and the hairiest movie monster of them all. No clean-shaven lad will be safe when they ditch their tops, enter the forest, and face the hirsute horror of an angry Sasquatch.
Guess she didn't take the hint that we're in Snow White overload and slink back to the home she shares with those strange little seven dwarfs because we now have a trailer to go along with the info and artwork we provided a week or so ago for David DeCoteau's Snow White: A Deadly Summer.
Okay, Snow White ... you're officially wearing out your damned welcome. All of a sudden this character is everywhere. There are several projects in the works featuring this nogoodnik on both TV ("Once Upon a Time") and coming soon to theatres (Snow White and the Huntsman, Mirror Mirror). So please ... pretty please ... let this direct to DVD horror film finish her off for good.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Maria Aceves, Preston Davis, Lindsey Landers, Nathan Parsons Directed by David DeCoteau
E1 Entertainment just sent out a list of its upcoming DVD releases for early February, 2010, and front and center on it is cult director David DeCoteau's The Brotherhood V: Alumni. As the tagline says, "The Brotherhood returns, and this time revenge will be sweet!"
Just a couple months ago we learned that here! Films was going to bring Cthulhu (review) to the masses, but it doesn't look like they're going to stop with just one gay horror flick.