Wolvesbayne, Apocalypse & Angels Trailers!
Last month we got a “>first look at the trailer for Bullet Films’ adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s Dunwich Horror starring Jeffrey Combs. Now we’ve got the trailers for three more Bullet Films productions featuring werewolves, vampires, the potential end of the world, and rednecks battling robots.
The one you might be most interested in is Wolvesbayne, which I first told you about back in “>July. Jeremy London (“Party of Five”) stars as a newly transformed werewolf recruited by a team of vampire hunters to stop a Nazi vampire cult led Yancy Butler (“Witchblade”) and Marc Dacascos (Brotherhood of the Wolf).
Wolfsbayne was directed by Griff Furst (I Am Omega, 100 Million BC) from a script by Leigh Scott (Transmorphers, Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s Curse). Dig the trailer below:
The next isn’t at all horror related unless you take into account the horror of the potential end of life as we know. Besides, I inadvertently named the movie. If you listened to the “Foyth of July” edition of the “>Foycast, then you’ve already heard to explanation as to how I provided the title for Quantum Apocalypse.
The science fiction disaster film is described as “a high action science fiction thriller in which a group of talented but rebellious ‘rock-star scientists’ find themselves in a race against time to save Earth when a comet makes an unexpected turn towards our blue planet where all life may cease to exist within days if our small town heroes fail to find a solution.”
Also directed by Griff Furst from a script by Leigh Scott, Quantum Apocalypse stars “Farscape”‘s Gigi Edgely and “Babylon 5″‘s Peter Jurasik. The trailer for that one is here:
Last but certainly not least is Chrome Angels, a high octane “rednecks vs. robots” thriller about an all-female biker gang led by Clueless‘ Stacy Dash that arrives in a strange Stepford-ish town populated by robots under the command of a demented genius played by journeyman actor Paul LeMat, leading to a confrontation that pairs the hard-as-nails biker chicks with local rednecks to battle the bots.
Chrome Angels was written and directed by Leigh Scott and I must say looks quite fun in an Eighties drive-in sort of way. See for yourself!
I know both Wolvesbayne and Quantum Apocalypse have been picked up by Nu Image for future Sci-Fi Channel premieres; I think Chrome Angels has, too, but I’m not positive. I think once you have a look at these trailers, you’ll be able to tell they seem more like big screen movies with smaller budgets than most Sci-Fi Channel, Asylum, and other similar cinematic offerings. As Joe Bob Briggs would say, “Check ’em out!”
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