Exclusive One-Sheet Debut: The Lewis Brothers’ Bottomfeeder

Just last week we brought you the news that the creative team behind Black Devil Doll, the Lewis Brothers, have a new monster flick on the horizon called Bottomfeeder. Now just days later we have the skinny on when you can see the very first clip and the official one-sheet debut featuring artwork by long-time Lewis Brothers collaborator Stephen Romano, who also wrote the film’s screenplay.

Fans can see an exclusive clip from the film starring Captain Rhodes himself, Joe Pilato, at this weekend’s Creation Weekend of Horrors!

Keep an eye on the newly launched official Bottomfeeder website for more goodies to come.

Lieutenant Joe Angell is a bad cop who’s seen it all … but he’s never seen anything like the hideous monstrosity that shambles out of a dark California river with a taste for blood on the hunt for nubile female victims. It’s a monster spawned of toxic waste and depraved humanity, a mutation of man and fish that must rape and kill to sate its distorted desires–and only Joe Angell knows where it will strike next! As the insane, deformed creature stalks its prey, Angell is haunted by bizarre visions that lead him into a slimy web of evil … until the final, fiery confrontation explodes with a fury you will never forget. Prepare yourself. Where HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP and BAD LIEUTENANT left off … the sick, twisted nightmare of BOTTOMFEEDER begins. And no one is safe.

BOTTOMFEEDER is the second film from Jonathan Lewis and Shawn Lewis, whose previous “fiasco” BLACK DEVIL DOLL scored big with audiences and critics. The Lewis Brothers promise a much darker and more depraved twist on the classic “rape monster” sub-genre this time around with a script by MASTERS OF HORROR scribe Stephen Romano and starring the legendary JOE PILATO (DAY OF THE DEAD) in a tour de force performance as Lieutenant Joe Angell, a character soon to be remembered in infamy as one of the most outrageous anti-heroes in horror history.

Check out the artwork featuring your first look at the truly badass beastie below!

Exclusive One-Sheet Debut: The Lewis Brothers' Bottomfeeder

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  • Terminal

    Rhodes is probably the funniest villain I’ve ever seen in a movie. Day would have been amazing if we had an actual menacing villain. It was like Jack Nicholson’s Joker fighting zombies or something.
    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

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