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Guest poster Tim Sullivan shares the making of a head shattering scene in the recent festival hit, I Was A Teenage Wearbear.
One of the highlights of I Was a Teenage Werebear, mysegment of Chillerama (hitting the streets this coming Tuesday, November 29th where all brand new flicks are sold, rented, downloaded, illegally pirated etc… ) is a scene in which I, as the lecherous Coach Tuffman, have my head squashed by conflicted student Ricky O’Reilly (played by Sean Paul Lockhart) in rebuttal to my ‘generous’ offer to do for Ricky what ‘my wife will never do for me…”.
It’s a moment designed to be the first really big gross out moment of the film. The gasp inducing “Oh, no, they didn’t!” kill scene equivalent to the ‘Drawn and Quartering’ of the lovely Miss Pussy (Gina Marie Heekin) in 2001 Maniacs, and the ‘Buzz Saw Halving’ of siren Alana Curry in Field of Screams. »
- The doorQdotCom Staff (of Might And Power)
Director: Mike Nichols.
Bread Crumbs is a low budget production from director Mike Nichols (Dead Calling) and a collaboration of writers, listed above. This title was released January 25, 2011 on DVD, with a recent showing on video-on-demand, through Gravitas Ventures (February). Bread Crumbs updates the age-old "Hansel and Gretel" story, with more blood and less ginger bread houses. The result is more mediocrity, despite the film taking place during a remote porn' film shoot.
Casting must have had a limited budget for this film, as director Nichols also plays one of the lead characters. His acting is that of an ambitious New Yawker filmmaker, who really wants to get his money shots on the shoot right. The other actors include Steve Carey an up-and-comer, Alana Curry »
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2 items from 2011
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