If it's outrageous and shocking, odds are Rotten Cotton has a t-shirt for it. So who better for them to team up with than Cult Movie Mania, a site dedicated to the schlock & shock of cult movies? Read on to see what treasures this unholy alliance is unleashing!
Loyal readers might remember a short film that I raved about last year called Pink Sock (review here). The creative team behind that little depravity is back, and this time they're delivering feature length madness!
A true grindhouse maverick who hates happy endings, Jim VanBebber has made a name for himself in the world of low-budget, independent exploitation cinema as a writer/director and sometimes actor.
Drafthouse Films has partnered with the American Genre Film Archive to release Trailer War, an exploitation compilation that should be right up the alleys of most of our readers. Check out the flick's NSFW trailer and extremely cool artwork.
Earlier this year I reviewed a short film titled Pink Sock, and a lot of you dear readers inquired as to when it would be made available to see. Today I'm happy to report it is online and available for your viewing pleasure. I will also state upfront that it is NOT SAFE FOR WORK. And with that out of the way, enjoy!
From the producers of horror films H.G. Lewis’ The Uh-Oh! Show, Brainjacked, and Filthy comes Cult Movie Mania, a website whose mission is to inform and educate about the world of cult cinema in an outrageous, entertaining way and strive to bring cult and exploitation culture back in the forefront of modern day cinema.
Before he started plying his trade on the popular TV series "Twilight Zone" and "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour", back in 1957 director Joseph M. Newman cast macho men Peter Graves and Chuck Connors in a little known (nowadays anyway) exploitation type flick entitled Death in Small Doses. Leave it to Trembles to put it on our radar! Synopsis:
Mark Hartley's documentary Machete Maidens Unleashed!, the first detailed examination and celebration of Filipino genre filmmaking, got a very warm reception when it played at this year's Fantastic Fest. Was that crazy Canuck Trembles equally impressed? Read on for his take on the film. Synopsis:
South Africa might not be the first place you think of when it comes to rough and tough grindhouse flicks, but it's the home of a classic that's finally hitting DVD thanks to Synapse Films: Christopher Rowley's 1978 Death of a Snowman, aka Soul Patrol and Black Trash. From the Press Release:
Download Classic Exploitation Films from Digital Grindhouse Retro & Hardcore Horror Stories from Macabro Xtreme
Indie filmmaker Jeff Chitty is hard at work doing post-production on his upcoming feature, The Taking of Savannah, but that's not stopping him from launching a few other ventures: exploitation/cult film download site Digital Grindhouse Retro and hardcore horror/splatterpunk short story download site Macabro Xtreme Publishing. Here are the details:
I miss the Uwe Boll that made bad video game movies we could at the very least laugh at. I much prefer that Uwe Boll to the morose Uwe Boll who now mostly makes movies that wallow in human misery - prison rape, Vietnam savagery, Columbine-style massacres, African genocide - and now he's making a movie called Auschwitz graphically detailing the horrors that went on in that most notorious of Nazi concentration camps.