A few weeks back we showed you guys a brand-new poster designed by Stephen Romano (want to see your movie ideas as a poster, too?
Over at the official MySpace page for Mel House’s latest film, Walking Distance, a whole lot of photos have just shown up from behind the scenes of the movie, which started shooting on June 5th.
OK, we’ve all heard the scenario before. Unlucky people end up at a hellish dwelling inhabited by some psychotic family that have been killing in heinous ways, unchecked and unpunished, for who knows how long. A simple idea that has been done almost as many times as zombies.
Now that post-production has wrapped on the indie film from Emmemax Films, Lonely Joe, it’s about time for the movie to be seen by the masses, don’t you think? To judge it as only an objective audience can?
GoochCamper sent these two our way: An oldie but goodie. Many of you have probably seen this clip before but it's too funny not to share.
A while back we gave you your first taste of an ultra-gory new indie being made called A Day of Violence. It looked pretty sick via the stills we pointed you towards but the Cannes promo trailer we just got a link to confirms just how malicious this puppy is.
Hot damn! Zombies are real! At least that's the goal of a site called Lost Zombies. It's a place brimming with video and photographic evidence of the zombie overthrow!
UPDATED WITH AWESOME! An epic showdown. Croc Vs Shark. Now if we could just get Ninjas Vs Pirates. First up are some great clips sent in by various readers Bitch Killer sent in by GoochCamper.
We were promised a lot more on Mel House’s sophomore directorial effort, Walking Distance, his follow-up to the cool indie flick Closet Space (review), and today we got it. And then some!
This past weekend our Film Ranch International friends, Andrew Allan and Andy Lalino, invited us out to a location where they were filming their newest venture, Brainjacked!
In this day and age it’s easy to find thousands upon thousands of videos online for pretty much anything that strikes your fancy, from “Two Girls and a Cup” to old commercials for He-Man toys, it’s all out there just waiting to be seen.
If you entered our ongoing Shock Festival contest but didn’t win last week, don’t think that means your idea wasn’t good enough! Romano’s got a lot of entries to choose from, and sometimes he even has to pick a runner-up for the contest.
A familiar face to all Battlestar Galatica fans out there has just joined up with J. Larose to be part of Kiven Head's zombie action film, The Undertakers: Road's End. Richard Hatch (Capt. Apollo!) will be playing the role of Professor James.