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House of the Wolf Man Premiere Tix Now On Sale

Never mind all the big budget remakes that are supposed to wow you from their opening seconds. Screw all the lame ass CGI effects that most of the time add nothing to our horror genre other than making it seem a bit more cartoonish. If you’re in the market for something old school and completely badass, you need to be digging on Eben McGarr’s latest feature House of the Wolf Man. We’ve been telling you about it for months, but now some lucky folks in LA will finally get to see it!

This wicked looking black and white homage to the great horrors of yesteryear stars Ron Chaney, Dustin Fitzsimons, Jeremie Loncka, Sara Raftery, Cheryl Rodes and Jim Thalman.

Synopsis
“Dr. Bela Reinhardt (Chaney) has invited five people to his castle to see which of them will inherit his estate. He has arranged for a competition of sorts, and the victor shall be determined through process of … elimination.”

The film’s first public screening will take place on Thursday, Oct. 1st, 2009 at 9:30pm at the Vista Theatre (4473 Sunset Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027). There are only 250 tickets available for the world premiere with the cast and crew in attendance so you had better act quickly.

For more on the flick visit it on MySpace and Facebook.

Click on the poster below, which appeared tonight courtesy of Bloody Disgusting, to order yours NOW!

House of the Wolf Man Premiere Tix Now On Sale

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  • Didn’t See It Coming

    I really, REALLY wanted to like it. I appreciate the care and work that went into replicating the era of cinema on display here. It really does feel like it came out in the 40’s. Some of the performances are dead on accurate for those of the time, others, namely Ron Chaney, not so much. While brief the movie is BORING. There is literally 10 minutes or more spent with everyone discussing the paintings in eachother’s rooms with eyes behind them. When the “good stuff” happens, it’s in the final 10 minutes of the film, and while it was extremely fun to see the Wolfman and Frankenstein’s monster go at it on screen in such a way, it’s rushed, and at times silly. And when Dracula shows up in the films final minutes, it’s way too campy and comes off as more of a spoof rather than a loving homage. In fact, it feels like Dracula was tacked on to the film. He literally does nothing but enter the castle, sick his ugly minions on the best cast member and then suck his teeth at the Wolfman and the monster for fighting. That’s it.

    A for effort. D for execution.