6 items from 2012
Squirrel is arriving in horrific style with blood and gore everywhere. The comic's story revolves around bloodthirsty squirrels who are out for vengeance and is a parody story of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. Read on to learn more!
Squirrel is a parody of the Alfred Hitchcock classic The Birds, wherein a flock of birds attack a sleepy Northern California community, creating chaos and death everywhere. The 1963 film starred Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, and Rod Taylor. The movie is famous for its inspirational camera angles and frames and some of the most memorable cinematic scenes from Alfred Hitchcock.
Bringing the comic book to life is the nutty gang from Legends of Heroes and Villains; Richard Zerga and Kristi Zerga are once again putting their unique art skills to work as the did with Taffy Love Is Not a Laughing Matter, another collaboration between the Comic Book Divas and Lhv Publishing. »
- Amanda Dyar
From legendary producer Roger Corman, the director of Dinoshark, and the screenwriter of Sharktopus comes Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader. The Epix original movie is set to premiere on that network August 25th, and in anticipation of the premiere they’ve released a slew of video clips.
Former Georgia Teen USA 2007 Jena Sims stars as Cassie Stratford, an aspiring college cheerleader who consumes an experimental drug that grants her beauty and enough athletic ability to make the cheer squad. It also has a very unfortunate side effect that you should be able to ascertain from the film’s title.
Sean Young (Blade Runner) appears as Cassie’s mom, and Ted Raimi (“Xena: Warrior Princess”) plays a professor. Mary Woronov (Death Race 2000), Ryan Merriman (“Pretty Little Liars”), and Treat Williams (Deep Rising) also appear in this cheerily campy Corman creation.
Epix has made available the film’s trailer and a »
By Michael Juvinall, MoreHorror.com
Written and Directed by: Michael Hall
I have to give first time writer/director Michael Hall a lot of credit for trying some interesting approaches to his film, Kids Go to the Woods…Kids Get Dead. The film is meant to be a return to the slasher film style of the 1980’s, with lots of blood, lots of sex and nudity, and laughs (some intentional, some not). Hall was aiming for a throwback film reminiscent of early 80’s shockers such as Friday the 13th, The Prowler, or virtually any masked slasher film ever made, and for the most part he succeeded.
What makes Hall’s attempt somewhat unique is that he tries to give the film a late-night cable feel to it with a sultry, wise-cracking hostess »
Comic Book Divas is a comic publishing company founded and run by comic enthusiast Jeff Hughes. To help promote Comic Book Divas' upcoming publication Squirrel, a sneak peek of the special issue has been released.
Squirrel is a parody of Hitchcock's classic horror tale The Birds starring everyone's favorite rodents as the bad guys. The comic stars Pj Soles, Rhonda Shear, Lily Cardone, Anjanette Clewis, Sara Barrett, Amanda Dyar, and Kristen Hall and features art by Richard Zerga and Kristi Elizabeth Zerga. The full version of the comic will be released in September 2012 and will be purchasable through the Comic Book Divas website. Read on for more details!
About Comic Book Divas
Comic Book Divas is a small press comic book publishing company that works with women from around the entertainment industry such as models, actresses, and horror film scream queens from around the country and features them in the pages of our comics. »
- Kenny King
All hail the queen! After weeks of competition - not to mention countless wigs, sparkling outfits and especially oddly colored contact lenses - Sharon Needles was crowned America's Next Drag Superstar on RuPaul's Drag Race. Sharon, from Pittsburgh's underground drag community, beat out polished veteran performer Chad Michaels and a feisty young showgirl named Phi Phi O'Hara on Monday's episode. The queens from the Logo show's fourth season were at a party at Xl nightclub in New York City to watch the show and celebrate Sharon's big win, which includes a $100,000 prize. Sharon, 30, spoke with People about being raised by »
- Aaron Parsley
1985 Canada 88min
Director: Paul Donovan, et al
1988 USA 86min
Review by J Astro
Two cinematic blasts from Hollywood’s not-too-distant Cold War-inspired past are re-packaged together as a post-apocalyptic tag team on this two-for-one offering, which was made available by the folks at Image Entertainment just a few weeks ago (release date December 13, 2011). Each feature on this single-sided disc comes with its own title screen, scene selections, and a theatrical trailer. The DVD itself plays a few other vintage trailers (C.H.U.D., anyone?) before the main film selection menu. Otherwise, it’s all a pretty bare bones affair. But with mega-blockbusters like these, »
6 items from 2012
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