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5 items from 2011

Vampire Boys (2011)

24 October 2011 3:35 PM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Directed by: Charlie Vaughn

Written by: Jeremiah Campbell

Cast: Christian Ferrer, Jason Lockhart, Dylan Vox

“I don’t want to achieve immortality through my works. I want to achieve it by not dying.” - Woody Allen

Many people would happily sign up for immortality if all they had to do was bite a wayward hooker on the neck every once in awhile. Even then, you’re giving Porsche or Licorice the gift of immortality. However, there’s all the other shit you gotta deal with as a vampire, like having to avoid garlic at all costs (pizza is probably a no-go) and being unable to wander around in the daylight. Then there’s also the holy water, and the wooden stakes, and the crucifixes, all of which can quickly put the kibosh on the whole immortality thing. However, lead vampire boy Jason (who has three vampire boy underlings) doesn’t »

- Thomas Duke

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Exclusive: Charlie Vaughn Talks Wonder Valley; First Photo and Teaser Poster Released

21 May 2011 11:34 AM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

Recently Dread caught up exclusively with filmmaker Charlie Vaughn (director of Bloody Mary 3D) and in this capacity actor in regard to his current turn as ‘Jeffery’ in the now shooting cannibal-slasher flick Wonder Valley. Read on for a first look at ocular candy featuring star Suziey Block and a teaser poster from the indie production.

Helmed by first-time feature director Joseph Monahan, whose background lies in specialty photography (he was responsible for the rig that rendered that hammer Pov in Kenneth Branagh’s Thor), Wonder Valley was shooting Day Five last evening in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California. Written by Monahan (who also executive produces), Kenny White and producer Creep Creepersin, the narrative follows a quartet of vacationers who unfortunately find their numbers start to dwindle during their ill-conceived trip in purportedly unexpected and unsurprisingly rather bloody ways. Along with Vaughn and Block, rounding out the cast are »

- SeanD.

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Exclusive Set Visit and Images: Bloody Mary 3D

26 April 2011 5:58 PM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

The birthing of a film can be a painful process, particularly in the world of independent filmmaking, and while truncated shooting schedules, limited budgets and location challenges conspire at times to create seemingly insurmountable hurdles, nothing proves more daunting for cast and crew alike than being subject to a producer with more mood swings than a 1940’s jazz band.

Such was the case on the set of director Charlie Vaughn’s Blood Mary 3D.

Originally slated to shoot in December of 2010, executive producer Chalmers (who previously produced the Bruce Campbell flicks Man with the Screaming Brain and Alien Apocalypse) made the choice to film Bloody Mary in 3D, with production therefore being delayed until spring while logistics were being hammered out.

Shooting over the course of a short six days earlier this month in and around an industrial complex in South Central L.A., this writer paid the production a »

- SeanD.

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"Dogtooth," "Enter the Void" and a Week of DVDs on the Edge

24 January 2011 2:28 PM, PST | | See recent IFC news »

"Dogtooth" (2009)

Directed by Giorgos Lanthimos

Released by Kino

"Enter the Void" (2010)

Directed by Gaspar Noé

Released by Mpi Home Video

Somehow it's fitting that two of last year's most dangerous films will be hitting DVD shelves the same week, both being favorites of the staff. "Dogtooth," Lanthimos' much-debated Un Certain Regard winner from Cannes, concerns the lives of three culturally isolated children -- two daughters and a son, who range from mid-teens to early 20s -- fenced in by their parents' country home, who receive a reeducation when their lone connection to the outside world, a female security guard for their parents' business, introduces them to the joys of sex and Sylvester Stallone films. Meanwhile, "Irreversible" provocateur Noé's latest is a wildly ambitious 155-minute extravaganza set inside the mind of a drug dealer told from the first-person perspective. Nathaniel Brown and "Boardwalk Empire" star Paz de la Huerta »

- Stephen Saito

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Will Vampire Boys suck?

14 January 2011 12:10 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Next up at a VOD device near you is Charlie Vaughn’s Vampire Boys, a queer take on the whole Twilight / The Vampire Who Loved Me genre.

In Vampire Boys:

Jasin (Jason Lockhart) and his vampire brood’s time is running out. In order for them to survive, Jasin needs to find a mortal to turn into a vampire to spend eternity with. Los Angeles provides plenty of young candidates. The brood has their eyes set on Tara, a young, gorgeous blond college student.

Tara is open to the idea of becoming a vampire, but someone else enters the picture to disrupt the brood’s plans. Caleb, a fresh face college student new to Los Angeles, keeps dreaming of a mysterious stranger. At school, Caleb meets the stranger, Jasin, and theirs is an instant connection. The problem is that time is short, and Jasin needs to convince his new »

- The DoorQus Maximus

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