Slime City Massacre
Author and filmmaker Gregory Lamberson has announced three new theatrical screenings for Slime City Massacre, his gooey celebration of 1980s cult films which stars Debbie Rochon and Brooke Lewis and features cameos by Roy Frumkes and Lloyd Kaufman, taking place in Tampa, FL; Las Vegas, NV; and his hometown of Buffalo, NY.
Okay, Southwest Florida horror fans, this is your chance to show your love for the wild world of cult film as CultMovieMania.com brings a NYC 42nd Street Grindhouse vibe to Tampa, Florida, with the debut of its weekly Screaming Cinema Series on Thursday, February 9th.
Later this summer Slime City Massacre will be released theatrically through indieFilmNet’s new "Cinema Meets Horror" midnight movie-flavored series. IFN will make the film available to as many as 60 digital theaters in North America, which can book it as a midnight show, single screening, or full-on engagement.
With the May 10th release of Shriek Show’s two-disk DVD of Slime City Massacre just around the corner, author and filmmaker Greg Lamberson let us in on a slew of upcoming SCM events, including screenings in Buffalo and New York City and cast signings at NYC's Forbidden Planet and Burbank's Dark Delicacies. From the Press Release:
When I first met actress and producer Brooke Lewis in 2009, she struck me as someone who has an unmatched passion and enthusiasm for the horror genre. It was her passion for both acting and producing that made it easy for her to be embraced very quickly by the genre community, which has even dubbed her with the beloved title of “Scream Queen.”
One film that's been on our radar for quite some time is Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre so we're glad to report it now has official distribution. Media Blasters has acquired the North American rights to the film and will release it on DVD, VOD, and Blu-ray in 2011. From the Press Release:
Anomaly Effects, a special make-up effects lab based in Western New York is releasing a “Limited Edition Debbie Rochon Floating Tub Face Replica” from Gregory Lamberson’s film Slime City Massacre. Only 1,000 units will be produced.
Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Jennifer Bihl, Kealan Patrick Burke, Debbie Rochon, Lee Perkins
It's been almost exactly one year to the day since we first started reporting on director Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, and now we finally have a trailer to go with the poster and character sheets released thus far.
The more we see of director Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, the more we dig its sleazy, retro vibe. And along those lines, the filmmakers have released the new official poster for the film, which was created by the sleaziest, most retro guy we know: Stephen Romano!
Writer/director Gregory Lamberson will add a special twist and a welcome scream to the 2010 Beloit International Film Festival when he returns to Beloit, WI, as the honorary Chair of the fifth annual BIFF, Feb. 18-21, 2010. Creator of the horror cult classic Slime City, which marked its 20th anniversary at BIFF in 2008, Lamberson will be on hand for the world debut of the recently completed sequel, Slime City Massacre.
When director Gregory Lamberson says "slime", he means it! We just received four new character sheets from Lamberson's upcoming indie goo-fest Slime City Massacre, and can we just say, "Greg, you are one sick fuck!"
We've been following the progress of Greg Lamberson’s Slime City Massacre fairly closely, and today we got word that filming of the indie flick has wrapped after a 19-day shoot at various locations in Buffalo, New York, including an abandoned postal facility adjacent to the dormant Central Terminal Station. In addition, Lee Perkins, who plays Mason, has provided with the first look at his character, both pre- and post-sliming.
Lee Perkins checked in with us a little while ago with some additional info on his latest project Slime City Massacre, including an interview and more!
Actor Lee Perkins dropped us a line today to let us know that actress and Playboy model Angelina Leigh has joined him in the cast of Slime City Massacre, Greg Lamberson's sequel to his 1980's cult hit Slime City, which we first told you about a few weeks ago.