Before the deceased cops of R.I.P.D. fought supernatural crime, there was Dead Heat. Treat Williams as police detective Roger Mortis, murdered in the line of duty and brought back from the dead after uncovering a reanimation crime syndicate led by “Kolchak, the Night Stalker” and Vincent Price.
Treat Williams barely survived carnivorous sea monsters in Deep Rising, and Ronny Cox famously fell victim to Robocop. Together they will now face a prehistoric threat reborn when bioengineered dinos threaten to transform Los Angeles into a new Age of Dinosaurs.
Roger Corman's Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader is heading to this year's San Diego Comic-Con, where Corman will introduce the EPIX Original Movie at a 3D screening following the panel to be held on Saturday, July 14th.
Roger Corman graced Syfy with a Sharktopus. For his foray into producing for the Epix network, the “King of the B’s” is busting out Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader (in 3D no less) and has assembled quite a cast for a movie about a giant cheerleader on a rampage.
Back in the Fifties and Sixties movies about extreme giants and shrinking or shrunken people were all the rage thanks to some nifty camera tricks. So the question now beckons: Can that same premise still find its footing with today's generation? Who cares?!? We love the retro-poster that looks as if it were ripped from the pages of an old Fifties textbook!