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Indie Spotlight: Exclusive Clip from Love In The Time Of Monsters

  • DailyDead
Uncle Slavko's All-American Family Lodge is a friendly vacation destination... until toxic waste infects the workers dressed as Bigfoot. Creature horror gets a twist in Matt Jackson's Love In The Time Of Monsters, a new film starring Doug Jones and Kane Hodder that's now available on DVD and VOD. We have an exclusive clip from the horror-comedy in which Hodder wears a monstrous costume that's more animalistic than his signature hockey mask.

Synopsis: "Love In The Time Of Monsters will take you on a horrifying, hilarious trip through the backwoods of the Pacific Northwest, as two sisters battle murderous, toxic-waste ravaged monsters to save the ones they love.

As children, Marla (Gena Shaw) and Carla (Marissa Skell) lost their father in a horrific accident at a roadside attraction. Fifteen years later, the girls find themselves in a similarly lethal tourist trap after Carla’s fiancé Johnny and the other
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Love in the Time of Monsters to Infect Viewers February 17th, 2015!

Tagline: "We all love family vacations." Matt Jackson's Love in the Time of Monsters is getting set for a home entertainment release. The film, which is set in Bigfoot country, involves a toxin, which turns people into crazed killers. Love in the Time of Monsters stars Doug Jones (Hellboy), Kane Hodder (Jason X), Michael McShane and Shawn Weatherly. Recently, the film's official DVD artwork was release; it can be found here. The film brings zombie Bigfeet into reality! A pair of sisters, Carla (Marissa Skell) and Marla (Gena Shaw), go on vacation. Soon, they find themselves in the middle of a Battle Royal as a parasite infects the local workers and holidayers. This duo must fight for their lives as the infection spreads and spreads. The graphic shows some of the film's infected populace. Several workers, dressed as Bigfeet, are infected first. They can be seen at the top of the graphic.
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Love in the Time of Monsters Gets Distribution; New Stills

We've been talking about the upcoming Sasquatchploitation film Love in the Time of Monsters for some time now, and the good news is the film has found distro so we'll actually be able to see it, too! Oh, happy day!

From the Press Release

After a successful premiere at the Cinequest Film Festival and a recent screening at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood (through Dances with Films), Indican Pictures is proud to announce that they’ve secured the domestic distribution rights to horror comedy Love in the Time of Monsters.

“We just came to love this gem of a movie, and after watching it on the big screen with a riled up audience, I knew I had to have it!” (Randolph Kret, Indican Pictures VP)

Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet I, II, III, Daredevil, Wishmaster), Doug Jones (Pan’s Labyrinth, F/X’s "The Strain," Hellboy, Hellboy II, TNT
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Love in the Time of Monsters Gets a New Poster and a Premiere Date

This one's for you, fans of Sasquatchploitation... the new film Love in the Time of Monsters is getting set to have its world premiere, and we have those details for you along with a brand new one-sheet. Dig it!

The flick will be making its world premiere at the 24th Annual Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA, where it will screen three times - the first of which is midnight on March 8th.

Directed by Matt Jackson, Love in the Time of Monsters features a killer cast including Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet), Mike McShane ("Whose Line Is It Anyway?," Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves), Heather Rae Young (Playboy Playmate of the Month February 2010), Shawn Weatherly ("Baywatch," Police Academy 3), Gena Shaw ("Granite Flats"), Marissa Skell (Scream Queens), and Paula Rhodes (Shuffle).

Check out the newly released music video and poster below.

Synopsis

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‘Grindhouse 12: Shadowzone’ Review

Stars: Louise Fletcher, David Beecroft, James Hong, Frederick Flynn, Shawn Weatherly, Miguel A. Núñez Jr., Lu Leonard, Maureen Flaherty, Robbie Rives | Written and Directed by J.S. Cardone

Now this is more like it! One of Full Moon’s lesser-known movies, Shadowzone originally debuted in 1990, just after Puppet Master exploded on to the scene. It is also the second of three Full Moon Productions (the company name was later changed to Full Moon Entertainment) that were lensed between 1989 and 1991 – the others being Puppet Master and Meridian, both of which have already had the DVD, and in Puppet Master‘s case, Blu-ray, treatment from 88 Films.

Shadowzone sees a group of Nasa hyper-sleep researchers conducting tests in an abandoned underground facility in the Nevada desert. When one subject dies during the test, Nasa sends in Captain Hickock (Beecroft) to investigate. and what he finds is more horrific than the death itself. The scientists,
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Amityville 1992: It’s About Time (1992) Review

  • MoreHorror
Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: Tony Randel

Written By: John G. Jones, Christopher DeFaria, Antonio Toro

Starring: Stephen Macht (Jacob Sterling), Shawn Weatherly (Andrea Livingston), Megan Ward (Lisa Sterling), Damon Martin (Rusty Sterling), Jonathan Penner (Dr. Leonard Stafford), Nita Talbot (Iris Wheeler), Dean Cochran (Andy)

Some horror fans automatically have a negative connotation attached to franchises with a lot of sequels. Moreover, some have antipathy toward direct to video sequels and make assumptions that because they were not in the theater that they are automatically going to be bad regardless. I have watched the entire original run of the Amityville movies and this could be argued as the best direct to video sequel of the lot. First released by Republic Pictures in 1992, “Amityville 1992” takes the premise of the book it is based on and gives a good outing to a dying franchise.

The plot is that Jacob
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Experience Love in the Time of Monsters with a Dash of Sasquatchploitation

Bigfoot. You know him. You love him. You know that we love him. Yep, we just cannot get enough of everyone's favorite missing link, and the new film Love in the Time of Monsters will surely bring out the beast in you!

Directed by Matt Jackson, Love in the Time of Monsters features a killer cast including Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet), Mike McShane ("Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves), Heather Rae Young (Playboy Playmate of the Month February 2010), Shawn Weatherly ("Baywatch," Police Academy 3), Gena Shaw ("Granite Flats"), Marissa Skell (Scream Queens) and Paula Rhodes (Shuffle).

Check out the first teaser trailer below.

Synopsis

Two sisters travel to a cheesy tourist trap where they battle toxic monsters dressed in bigfoot costumes in order to save the ones they love.

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B-Sides: Norman Bates’ Scream of Love

With A&E’s “Bates Motel” premiering Monday evening, now is a perfect time for Norman Bates to make his one and only B-Sides appearance. What? You didn’t know a Psycho movie spawned a pop song and MTV music video? “Scream of Love” was the Psycho III theme song. Sorry, Norman; can’t blame mother for this one.

For more than a quarter century Carter Burwell has been composing film scores. Over 80 movies boast his musical contributions; you’ve heard his work in such films as The Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and even several of the Twilight films. Early in his career Burwell composed the score for the Anthony Perkins directed Psycho III. The soundtrack produced a couple original songs, mostly heard in the background coming from a jukebox. Universal, however, wanted something with more pop to it in order to promote Psycho III on MTV.
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Baywatch: Movie Plans Move Forward, Will the TV Cast Appear?

It's been a long time in coming, but we're finally getting closer to seeing Baywatch on the big screen. One of the most-watched television shows in the world has found its movie scriptwriters, meaning the only thing holding it back now is onscreen talent. After all, Jessica Simpson can't be the only star.

Baywatch is the series that turned David Hasselhoff from a guy who talked to a car in Knight Rider, to simply the "Hoff." The show revolves around Los Angeles lifeguards and the drama that surrounds them both at work and at play. Because of the attractiveness of the stars, it became more known for being eye-candy than for its plotlines. It made a star of Pamela Anderson, and other castmembers include Michael Newman, Parker Stevenson, Billy Warlock, Shawn Weatherly, Alexandra Paul, David Charvet, Nicole Eggert, and Yasmine Bleeth.

The series changed
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