The Disco Exorcist, which was directed by Richard Griffin, produced by Ted Marr, and written by Tony Nunes, hits DVD on June 19th from Wild Eye Releasing; and in addition to the cover art, we have a very NSFW trailer for the film to share.
I pledge allegiance... to the undead hordes clamoring to eat my brain. And honestly, if the shit does ever hit the fan, what other group would you want to side with? Unfortunately, the walking dead are not usually much for national pride, but if I've got a zombie with his teeth on my head, I'm willing to try just about anything. Say hello to Zombie Allegiance.
It's been a while since we've heard anything from the folks behind The Disco Exorcist, but as proof that good things come to those who wait, today we have the film's poster debut along with details on its February 12th premiere in Providence, Rhode Island. From the Press Release:
Scorpio Film Releasing has announced that its next production, and most ambitious to date, will be the feature film 2009: Mutants of the Apocalypse, a unique look at a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by outlandishly deformed mutants, ruthlessly violent gangs, corruptible leaders, wasteland temptresses, and the most badass antihero in movie history: Python Diamond.
Stories like this one are why I love writing for Dread Central. Where else could we learn about a movie called The Disco Exorcist?!? From the Press Release:
Independently made zombie films are the scourge of our genre. The scourge, I tell ya. I would love to see a moratorium put on them for a period of no less than five years, just to force indies to do something different.