We told you a couple of months ago that the MPAA had branded the upcoming cinéma vérité effort Lucky Bastard with the dreaded NC-17 rating, but the show must go on, right? Check out some new video goodies and the latest one-sheet right here!
Time to add some giant beastie action to your Monday as two new trailers and a new one-sheet have arrived for the remake of the '50s film The Giant Gila Monster known simply as Gila! Check 'em out.
Sex and violence are potentially too volatile a mixture for the MPAA to handle, and as a result everyone's least favorite parental guiders have slapped the upcoming cinéma vérité effort Lucky Bastard with the dreaded NC-17 rating. That's okay, though; it's still heading to theatres.
So wait... we have a found footage horror movie based on things going wrong in the porn industry? Yes, you officially have our attention. Bust out the lube, kids, and check out the first word, artwork, and trailer for Lucky Bastard.
Between any one of the 7,000 shark movies coming out and Piranha 3DD, man-eating aquatic creatures have been getting a lot of love lately. The second trailer for Piranhaconda just got caught in our nets, and we have the beast hung up and on display.
Piranhaconda... Legendary producer Roger Corman, b-movie impresario Jim Wynorski, and Syfy have birthed a half-anaconda/half-piranha monstrosity. Will it be the heir apparent to Sharktopus? See for yourself.
Somewhere on this latest bit of sales art there's a Piranhaconda. Or so we've been told. We're more focused on the finer assets of this incredible, bodacious, juicy, and finely formed one-sheet.
This week the latest creature feature out of the House of Roger Corman, Camel Spiders, directed by Jim Wynorski and starring Brian Krause and C.Thomas Howell, has been unleashed onto DVD and Blu-ray shelves everywhere.
Anything is scary when you make it monster-sized. But when you take a creature that has the word "monster" in its accepted, everyday name, you're really raising the bar. Gila! is a remake of the '50s film The Giant Gila Monster, and we've got some concept art and promo posters for you to feast your eyes on. Read on!
That's right, kids! On tap for you right now is your first look at the soon to be released skin-crawler called Camel Spiders. Spin your web around the trailer. Even though camel spiders don't possess the ability to actually spin webs...just play along and have fun, will ya?
If the big studios can be all about remaking classics, then why can’t b-movie makers remake classic bad movies? That seems to be Jim Wynorski’s newest niche. The Chopping Mall director has already wrapped a remake of the 1959 creature feature The Giant Gila Monster, and now he’s revealed plans to remake something even more dubious: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.
Back in December we told you about Camel Spiders marching its way to Blu-ray and DVD in 2012, and now the official word is here along with some skin-crawling artwork! Dig it, and don't blame us if you get all itchy!
Arachnophobes, beware! The latest creature feature confection from producer Roger Corman and director Jim Wynorski will be skittering its eight legs to DVD shelves this March. Save us, Brian Krause! Save us, C. Thomas Howell! Save us from these big mutant Camel Spiders!