Nature Run Amok
Just when you thought it was safe to eat pork comes the trailer for the Korean giant pig flick Chaw! This thing is set to get revenge for every sliver of bacon EVER consumed!
Now that Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (review here) has become something of a minor web phenomenon, it should come as no surprise that more animalistic movie monsters are being booked to step into the cinematic squared circle and clash in a motion picture smackdown of b-movie proportions. Next up for a monstermania main event: Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
Russell Mulcahy is no stranger to making movies involving ill-tempered animals. After all, this is the guy that gave us the killer giant boar flick Razorback, unleashed killer birds in Resident Evil: Extinction, and let's not forget he survived working with Alec Baldwin in The Shadow. So with the Piranha remake poised to make 3D killer fish movies all the rage, Mulcahy has signed on to direct the 3D tiger shark flick Bait.
No, Jaws of the Mississippi is not the title of a recently discovered Mark Twain manuscript that pits Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Fin in a life-or-death battle with a Great White shark ("We're gonna need a bigger raft!"). It is, however, the title of a new killer shark movie involving a radioactive Great White prowling the freshwaters of the Mississippi River.
HUGE news today for fans of poorly rendered CGI snakes! You know you want it! You've been waiting months for it, no? Hello? *knocks on screen* Hello?
On April 7th director Brett Kelly releases his remake of the schlock classic Attack of the Giant Leeches. The film, which was executive produced by Roger Corman, looks as if it is shaping up to be quite "interesting" to say the least. Interested?
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Corin Nemec, Miriam McDonald, Daniel Wisler, Gary Hudson Directed by Paul Ziller Sea Beast. Wow. What a creative title. What's our movie about? A beast from the sea? Hmmm... What are we going to call it? Water Monster? Nah. Not snazzy enough. How about Sea Beast? Winner!
Finally the poster and trailer for Christopher R. Mihm's nature-run-amok opus Terror From Beneath the Earth have surfaced, and this indie blast from the past looks to deliver some old fashioned fun!
Goddamn it, we need more movies about giant killer eels! Eel's have long been neglected by cinema as the savage man-eating beasts that they are. Thankfully Lionsgate is releasing the nature-run-amok, Razortooth to set the record straight.
Somehow, I don't know how, I have been grossly neglecting reporting on Jeff Leroy's ambitiously cheesy and damn proud of it Rat Scratch Fever. Scratch that. One look at the new trailer for it, and I've got me a serious case of (Insert Title Here).
As if the roaches in New York City weren't bad enough as it is, now comes our first look at Pesticide, a new big bug movie about mammoth cockroaches on the prowl in the Big Apple. Ick!
When last Uncle Creepy wrote about The Pig People, a new horror movie about killer pig people starring rapper Master P and his son Lil' Romeo, safe to say the tone of that article was quite negative. Now two trailers have appeared online and suddenly a ray of hope has appeared. God help us all!
A much slicker and more official teaser for the upcoming French film Humains has finally found its way online, and you can scroll down a bit to see it for yourself. It is in French (anyone who can translate for us, please post below!), but as you may recall, the film follows a team of scientists who discover something that may alter our perception of evolution and, after crashing in a gully, begin to be hunted by that something.