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Actor and comedy legend Leslie Nielsen sadly passed away recently, and as if by magic the films that remained on the shelf for so long suddenly burst into the fore as everyone trys to score a quick cash-in.
The first of which, in Nielsen’s case, is Stonerville… Yeah, don’t hold out much hope folks – this is a film about a YouTube celebrity, and also stars Pauly Shore. Hmmmm. According to reports, Screen Media Films have acquired the ”comedy” and will release it on DVD next month.
The film, which stars Pauly Shore, Patrick Cavanaugh and Phil Morris tells the story of a comedian and self-proclaimed “King of YouTube” named Slam Slamsky who loses his job and girlfriend only to find new inspiration in a fan of his viral videos. Check out the trailer:
Stonerville is released straight to DVD in the Us on January 11th 2011. »
Straight-to-dvd comedies starring Pauly Shore, Patrick Cavanaugh and Phil Morris usually don't rise to the level of mention. But when one of the stars is late comic actor Leslie Nielsen, appearing in his last role, the release does have some anticipation attached to it. Screen Media, which is distributing the film on disc, has announced a Jan. 11 DVD release date for the film. It's available for pre-order on Amazon for $22.49. Canadian-born Nielsen, star of "Airplane!" and "The Naked Gun" movies, died on Nov. 28 in Florida at the age of 84. »
Transylmania, the latest comedy outing from Dorm Daze creators David and Scott Hillenbrand, is finally making its long awaited DVD debut on April 27th. The film reunites the cast from National Lampoon's Dorm Daze franchise, and finds a motley crew of college students embarking on the wildest, sexiest, most outrageous semester abroad ever at famed Romanian cultural outpost Razvan University. Located deep in the heart of the "cursed land" of Transylvania in a centuries-old castle, Razvan isn't your typical institution of higher learning. And the black leather-clad professors, three-foot-tall dean, instruction in crucifix-wielding, and topless vampiresses lurking in dark corners are just the start in this laugh riot that ignites the screen with sexiness. We recently caught up with David to find out more about the film. Here's our conversation with Mr. Hillenbrand:
Most modern spoof films are truly awful. »
Horror-comedy dud Transylmania is hitting DVD through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on April 27. Special features include a filmmaker and cast commentary, an alternate opening and ending (with optional commentary), deleted scenes (with optional commentary), a gag reel, a behind-the-scenes featurette and a "stoner" trailer. Directed by David Hillenbrand and Scott Hillenbrand - and starring a cast which features Musetta Vander, James DeBello, Patrick Cavanaugh and Tony Denman - Transylmania opened on just over a 1,000 screens in December and grossed an estimated $397,641. We'll update this spot when cover art comes in. »
You can bring home one outrageous horror comedy on DVD this coming April Transylmania will be released on DVD on April 27. We don't have any cover art as of yet, but the DVD will be priced at $24.96 Srp and you can take a look at the special features below. The film stars Musetta Vander, James DeBello, Patrick Cavanaugh and Tony Denman.
Stoked over the smokin' Romanian hottie he's meet online, an über-randy college student talks his dimwitted friends into joining him for a semester of beer, babes and bongs at what they think is a prestigious Transylvanian university. What they discover instead is a creepy castle populated by a torture-loving mad scientist, an overcybersexed humpback, the nubile spirit of a decomposed sorceress and a bevy of horny vampire chicks that have finally found a student body they can really sink their fangs into.
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5 items from 2010
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