After what seems like years of us talking about it, The Millennium Bug (review here) is finally ready to infest your DVD player, and we have a look at the flick's home video cover art and a new trailer.
We've been talking about the little indie flick The Millennium Bug (review here) for a long while around these parts, and with good reason ... it's a fun (if not a bit confused) little flick that's home to practical effects, mutant hillbillies, and giant monsters. What's not to like? A new trailer just debuted packing some buzz for the flick! Check it out!
Y2K hysteria and vicious hillbillies. They go together almost as well as peanut butter and jelly, right? At least that's what director Kenneth Cran is hoping with his latest flick, The Millennium Bug, slated to screen during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival in Los Angeles on Friday, September 30th at 10:15 pm at Raleigh Studios (5300 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood).
One upcoming monster mash that is more than on our radar is without question the much talked about indie flick The Millennium Bug. Practical monsters. Lots of gore. What's not to like? We'll take that over homogenized CGI shit any day of the week!
While wandering the incredible halls of this year's sold out and completely jam-packed Monsterpalooza show, we ran across quite a sight. Namely the official one-sheet for the much talked about indie flick The Millennium Bug. Check out the image below!
You know what makes us happy? Practical effects work, giant monsters, and gore laid on so thick you have to fight your own legs not to stick to the floor. The latest trailer for the indie flick The Millennium Bug has all of that and then some. Folks, this is gonna be good and messy!
Some more stills of ... well ... let's just say really odd things have surfaced today for the Cran Brothers' latest film, The Millennium Bug, and we have your hot ticket to a gaggle of misshapen goodness!
Who knows what horrors can be wrought by The Millennium Bug? We're not talking about that sissy Y2K stuff, folks! Although we do fondly remember when people were all but hiding under their tables because computer programmers lacked the foresight to teach their mega-machines to actually count! Ah, good times! Where were we? Oh yes -- the new indie creature feature The Millennium Bug!