With Vito Trabuco’s Bloody Bloody Bible Camp hitting DVD and VOD this week via Maltauro Entertainment, we thought it time to catch up with the filmmaker and one of his stars, Tim Sullivan, to get their thoughts on the feature. Read on for more and a few exclusive photos.
Bloody Bloody Bible Camp serves as “a throwback to the slasher flicks of the 80’s and finds beloved genre icon Reggie Bannister (Phantasm) as Bible Camp counselor Father Dick Cummings, who protects his young flock from stalking serial killer Sister Mary Chopper, played by writer/director Sullivan (2001 Maniacs, Chillerama), taking a turn in front of the camera. Rounding out the mix is adult film superstar Ron Jeremy (Boondock Saints) as no less than the son of God himself, Lord Jesus Christ!”
Making his feature film debut, co-writer/director Trabuco promises a wild, offensive ride. “My co-writer/producer Shelby McIntire and I grew up on Porky’s and Friday the 13th,” stated Trabucco, “and I know that an audience for these kinds of films still exists. Films with gory killings, wanton nudity and Ron Jeremy as Jesus! Hopefully, God has a sense of humor.”
“When Reggie called and asked me to play Sister Mary Chopper,” chimed in Sullivan, “my first thought was that Kane Hodder had said ‘no,’ and it turned out that I was right. Having always dreamed of playing a slasher slaughtering naked teens at a summer camp, how could I turn down the offer? I just never thought I’d be doing it in a stuffed bra and nun’s habit.”
A Limited Edition Retro 80’s VHS of the film is available exclusively through Cult Movie Mania, and Bloody Bloody Bible Camp is set to have its Los Angeles premiere at 12:00 midnight on October 26h at LA HorrorFest. Sullivan, Bannister and Jeremy are slated to attend, and tickets to the screening can be purchased here.
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