If there's one film company out there whom we take an extreme amount of issue with, it is James Glenn Dudelson and Ana Clavell's Taurus Entertainment. The reason is because the duo take properties they ended up owning through some minor miracle and then give them horrendous in-name-only sequels to fool fans into watching and possibly buying. They're back and ready to do more damage.
Eben McGarr's love letter to the films of days gone by has found a home that will helpfully distribute it to the masses. Taurus Entertainment, yes, that Taurus Entertainment, has acquired the film. No word yet on what they're planning to do with it, but let's just hope it's not another in-name-only sequel.
We last told you about Creepshow: RAW over a year ago. Is it just another excuse for Taurus Entertainment to cash in on the good name of yet another Romero helmed franchise? Or could there be something to this? The first episode is available now. Judge for yourselves.
Words escape me. Wait. No they don't. After the cinematic abortion known as Day of the Dead 2: Contagium (review here), I thought, nay, I prayed that the hacks over at Taurus "Entertainment"(!), James Glenn Dudelson, Ana Clavell and company, would have the common decency to leave poor Day of the Dead alone.
So, after a series of e-mails sending us in all different directions, we've finally nailed down some facts about the Creepshow: Raw. Yes, Fez and Michael Madsen are still involved, but this time we have some video proof that this wasn't just some gag from Taurus Entertainment.