Finally Brian Corder's Carnies, headlined by two classy genre greats (Reggie Bannister and Doug Jones), is on the horizon, and we've got a look at the new trailer for you! Dig it!
Indie stalwart Lee Perkins dropped us a line with the news that he begins shooting his part in Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods in the Big Bear area in about two weeks, and he also included a new poster for the flick for us to share with our readers.
Finally Brian Corder's Carnies, headlined by two classy genre greats (Reggie Bannister and Doug Jones), is on the horizon, and we've got a look at the DVD artwork for you! C'mon in and check it out!
You see? This is reason #89 while I will always remain a damned city boy. No matter how you slice it there is stuff happening deep within the woods that I want absolutely no part of! From inbred mutants to well, yes, monsters, you just never know what is gonna smack you in the face (thereby tearing it off and sending it sailing through the air) next.
Personally speaking, one film I've been looking forward to forever is Brian Corder's Carnies. Headlined by two classy genre greats (Reggie Bannister and Doug Jones), it's a premise that every genre fan has got to love. And we've got some more info to help whet your appetite! C'mon in and check it out!
One film we've been talking about for a while now is Brian Corder's Carnies starring Reggie Bannister, Doug Jones, and Lee Perkins. It's with a great deal of pleasure that we announce that finally we have a time frame on when we can see this friggin' thing! Amen!
Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Jennifer Bihl, Kealan Patrick Burke, Debbie Rochon, Lee Perkins
It's been almost exactly one year to the day since we first started reporting on director Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, and now we finally have a trailer to go with the poster and character sheets released thus far.
The more we see of director Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, the more we dig its sleazy, retro vibe. And along those lines, the filmmakers have released the new official poster for the film, which was created by the sleaziest, most retro guy we know: Stephen Romano!
Writer/director Gregory Lamberson will add a special twist and a welcome scream to the 2010 Beloit International Film Festival when he returns to Beloit, WI, as the honorary Chair of the fifth annual BIFF, Feb. 18-21, 2010. Creator of the horror cult classic Slime City, which marked its 20th anniversary at BIFF in 2008, Lamberson will be on hand for the world debut of the recently completed sequel, Slime City Massacre.
When director Gregory Lamberson says "slime", he means it! We just received four new character sheets from Lamberson's upcoming indie goo-fest Slime City Massacre, and can we just say, "Greg, you are one sick fuck!"
As we reported previously, Jay Woelfel's Live Evil will have a 300-screen theatrical release starting September 18th, as well as being available on DVD and OnDemand November 3rd. To honor the occasion, the film also has a spiffy new teaser poster.
We reported earlier that Jay Woelfel's Live Evil had won an theatrical release of 300 screens starting September 18th, as well as a DVD release in mid-November. There's been an update to this story, in that we recently learned that the film is also getting a premiere at the Sci-Fi Center in Las Vegas.
It's definitely true that good things come to those who wait. We were just getting ready to post the news that indie anthology Edges of Darkness had been confirmed for a September 22nd DVD release from Anchor Bay when the cover art popped into our mailbox.
We've been following the progress of Greg Lamberson’s Slime City Massacre fairly closely, and today we got word that filming of the indie flick has wrapped after a 19-day shoot at various locations in Buffalo, New York, including an abandoned postal facility adjacent to the dormant Central Terminal Station. In addition, Lee Perkins, who plays Mason, has provided with the first look at his character, both pre- and post-sliming.