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Snow Beast Trailer is Purposely Abominable

There was a 1977 TV movie called Snowbeast about a killer Yeti terrorizing a Colorado ski resort. You barely saw the monster at all. Now there's a new killer Yeti movie called Snow Beast, starring John Schneider and Jason London, and you'll see 100 times more monster in this trailer than in all of that Seventies flick.

No Escape from Super Shark Attack on Land, Sea or Air

In the race to come up with the most outlandish maneating sea animal flick, it appears b-movie legend Fred Olen Ray is out to give Sharktopus a run for its money. As you'll see in this "Shark Week" parody teaser trailer for his latest creature feature Super Shark Attack, this gigantic shark not only rules the ocean as the ultimate predator and can "Air Jaws" with the best of them, you won't even be able to escape on shore now because this sucker can walk on dry land.

First Look Preps Ogre DVD

John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Chelan Simmons, and a hulking computer-generated ogre with bitch tits: it must be a Sci-Fi Channel original movie! And it was. Premiered this past March. Now you'll be able to own Ogre (review) on DVD this coming March.

Conjurer (2008)

Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Andrew Bowen, Maxine Bahns, John Schneider, Tom Nowicki Directed by Clint Hutchison

Shark Swarm (DVD)

Reviewed by The Buz Starring John Schneider, Daryl Hannah, Armand Assante, forty pissed off man-eaters Directed by James A. Contner Distributed by Genius Products

Poster and Stills from Conjurer!

Today the producer of Big Bad Wolf (review), Clint Hutchison, dropped us a line to inform us about his latest project Conjurer. A visit to the flick's official site will lead you to a Quicktime trailer and a few pics, but Clint provided us with more! Check them out, below the synopsis.

Ogre (2008)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Ryan Kennedy, Chelan Simmons and Brendan Fletcher Directed by Steven R. Monroe

Ogre Gonna Eat You!

It wasn't until I happened upon info about the movie Ogre that it suddenly dawned on me that there really haven't been many movies made about ogres, at least ones that didn't involve a computer animated ogre voiced by Mike Myers. Something tells me the titular Ogre featured in the upcoming film from Steven R.