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Trailer: ‘Doomed!’ The Story of Corman’s ‘Fantastic 4′

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Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s he Fantastic Four.

Here’s the official press release:

In 1994, Roger Corman was tapped to produce this Marvel superhero story on a very small film budget. The film was ultimately shelved prior to distribution, but a VHS copy was mysteriously leaked and the movie became a darling of film bootleggers and, more recently, web pirates. Rumors and speculation surrounding the production have become as much a part of the lore as the film itself.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Roger Corman’s edition of The Fantastic Four and finally, all of the secrets, stories and legal shenanigans that have kept this a ‘lost’ film will be revealed through in-depth, investigative interviews with the cast and crew.

The documentary is directed by east coast Film Studies professor and independent filmmaker,
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Spygirl, Causeway feast on Flesh

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Fledgling New York-based Spygirl Pictures has signed a co-production deal with Northern Ireland’s Causeway Pictures to make Flesh Feast Of The Devil Doll.

The horror adaptation stems from the recently published Dark Horse Comics graphic novel by Alex de Campi.

The story follows a group of teenage girls at a summer camp as they find themselves battling for their lives against an ancient demon and her army of the dead. Production is set for spring 2014.

Spygirl launched in April 2013 and is founded by production and post-production executive Kat Green and Susan Archer from the world of acting, production and finance.

“We brought our experience together and launched Spygirl because we wanted to streamline the process of creating clever genre media,” said Green. “Another important part of our mission is to provide a much-needed platform for works with strong female characters.”

Spygirl has also optioned de Campi’s Bee Vixens From Mars comic from the same Grindhouse
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Back This! – May 2013

Welcome to the first edition of a new monthly feature here on Nerdly – Back This! – where we take a look at some of the cool content taking the crowdfunding route on sites such as Indiegogo, Sponsume and Kickstarter. In this edition we’re taking a look at two very different films. The first is a British homage to 80s slasher flicks and the second is a Us documentary about a “lost” superhero movie…

If you’d like us to consider your project to feature in a future edition of Back This!, make sure to drop us a line.

Christmas Slay

Started by writer/director Steven Davis, the Kickstarter campaign for Christmas Slay is almost at fruition with, as of writing, only ten days to go in the campaign. Looking for £7000 to fund a two-week shoot in Bulgaria (standing in for the snowy mountains of Scotland), Davis’ film promises to be
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