3 items from 2012
Even if you’ve decided long ago who you’ll be voting for in next month’s presidential election, there are two additional candidates who are making a name for themselves lately, whom you might want to consider. We here at SciFiMafia.com are remaining neutral, but felt it important to at least mention them.
Trailers: Doctor Shocker’s Monster Campaign Ads 2012
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It looks like Frankenstein may have the “legends” vote; that shot of him inside someone’s home? That’s Bela Lugosi Jr. and his family, no kidding.
The campaign videos above starred and were written and directed by one of our favorites, Daniel Roebuck (Lost, The Walking Dead: Cold Storage webisode series), who was kind enough to send the video our way. It was created in conjunction with a live debate performed by him and the actor who played Frankenstein, »
- Erin Willard
We found out, long ago, it’s a long way down the holiday road.
It’s just difficult to believe how long ago that was.
Nearly 30 years have passed since National Lampoon’s Vacation sent Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Dana Barron and Anthony Michael Hall on the Griswold family’s ill-fated trek to Wally World. The kids were replaced for each of the sequels, but now the original clan is back together for EW’s annual Reunions issue.
Cousin Eddie, unfortunately, remains at large.
Check out video of the dysfunctional movie-family’s reunion.
The Griswold clan may be strange, »
- Anthony Breznican
Directed by: Devi Snively
Written by: Devi Snively
It's official, my friends: The bar is now open. The first episode of writer/director Devi Snively's sparkling new webseries, Martini Mom & Devil Spawn, has been posted and it is indeed a strange brew.
Poor Rosemary. All she wants is a drink and a smile, but an ill-advised one-night stand provides oh so much more. Martini Mom & Devil Spawn is the tale of a, shall we say, directionless young woman whose aperitif existence becomes increasingly complicated when she bears the spawn of Satan.
Martini Mom is best described as a screwball comedy with a cutting edge. When I spoke with Snively recently about the DVD release of Trippin', her first feature, she called the series "Rosemary's Baby meets Absolutely Fabulous with South Park /Family Guy-esque satirical humor, and the occasional gore and/or musical number. »
3 items from 2012
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