Freddy vs. Jason. King Kong vs. Godzilla. Alien vs. Predator. Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. We've seen many famous fiends square off on film, but will any of those other great all-time match-ups compare to Dahmer vs. Gacy? The world will finally find out when the award-winning (yes, award-winning!) film hits Blu-ray and DVD shelves in May.
A film titled Dahmer vs. Gacy doesn't seem the type to be garnering awards at film festivals across the country, but that's exactly what's happening. It just won "Outstanding Cast Performance" at the Action on Film International Film Festival in Pasadena, California, and earlier this year the film also was voted "Audience Choice Award" winner at the Bare Bones Independent Film Fest in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Eviscerated bodies? Check. Well endowed chicks? Check. Ultra violence? Check. Heavily modified body of a convicted murderer waiting to be re-animated through the wonders of science? Double check! Yep, all the key components are here. We must be talking about a new flick based upon Mary Shelley's classic tale!
Reactions were definitely mixed when a promo trailer surfaced for the horror/comedy known as Dahmer Vs. Gacy a couple of months ago, but if you live in or around Hollywood, CA, you can be among the first to see the whole thing when the film premieres at midnight at the Laemmle Sunset 5 on January 15th and 16th.
A bit more video content has come out of this year's AFM, this time for the horror/comedy known as Dahmer Vs. Gacy, which promises to leave blood on the walls and laughs in your belly!
Godzilla fought King Kong. Alien battled Predator. Freddy faced off with Jason. Mega Shark duked it out with Giant Octopus. Now we're about to get Dahmer Vs. Gacy. No, it isn't the ultimate Ulli Lommel crossover movie. It's a horror comedy that pits two of the most notorious serial killers of all time against each other and unscrupulous rogue military scientists. Set your taste buds to tasteless.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Kate Reavis, Randal Malone, Roxy Darr, Jeanine Orci, Nicola Graham, Monte Hunter Directed by Eric Swelstad