5 items from 2010
There are times in history that genius occurs when combining two items, for example: Freedom and America, Peanut Butter and Jelly, and Girls and Corpses. What’s that you ask, Girls and Corpses? Exactly, Girls and Corpses. Girls and Corpses is the hit magazine by creator and Deaditor in Chief Robert Steven Rhine. Recently, the Summer 2010 issue marks over seven years that Mr. Rhine has shocked and excited his readers. The newest issue does just that. Camden Toy, who was recently voted #7 on Shockya’s top creature performers, graces the cover with horror vixen Penny Drake and model Marta Zolynska. Oh yeah, they are posing with the skeletal remains of an [...] »
- Brian Corder
New information has arrived for Jason Robert Stephen's Necrosis courtesy of the distributor Brink DVD. The film, which releases April 20th, will be offered in an unrated version. To horror enthusiasts, that means fewer cuts and less editing of the final product which creates a more complete version of the film. This also means that Stephen's and writer Robert Michael Ryan's original vision will be seen in this version. Already reviewed here (Necrosis Review), the film stars James Kyson Lee (Heroes), Tiffany (1980’s Pop Star), George Stults (7th Heaven), Penny Drake (Zombie Strippers), Danielle De Luca (Naked Fear), and horror legend Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes). Have a first look or revisit the trailer for Necrosis inside, until the film drops April 20th.
The synopsis for Necrosis here:
"Six friends arrive at a secluded cabin to enjoy a long weekend in the snow. Little do they know »
- Michael Ross Allen
Fans of Ewan McGregor, Kristen Stewart and James Van Der Beek (!) will be seeing double this spring, as arthouses and multiplexes host an array of indie films ranging from the travails of septuagenarian New Yorkers looking for love ("The Last New Yorker") to 13-year-old assassins on the hunt for their first kill ("Kick-Ass"). If real life is more your speed, there are new documentaries about reviving animation strips (the Disney doc "Waking Sleeping Beauty") and stripping down (the burlesque history "Behind the Burly Q"), while foreign wonders like the French crime epics "A Prophet" and "Mesrine" mix with Korean treasures "Mother" and "The Good, The Bad and The Weird."
But of course, why limit yourself to just what's playing in the first-run theater near you? We've also included a look at the films that will be playing Anywhere But a Movie Theater (online, on demand, and on DVD) in the next few months, »
- Stephen Saito
Dreamkiller will be out in theatres in a limited fashion on February 19th. To help with the premiere 28Dla will be giving away two t-shirts to a randomly selected viewer who sends an e-mail to the link listed below. For those unfamiliar with the project, Dreamkiller involves overcoming one's fear. The story was pulled from Nazi experiments performed upon those unlucky enough to be part of the Holocaust. Finding positives in dark material Dreamkiller will have some specific theatre locations for the premiere at a later date. Enter the contest below.
A synopsis for Dreamkiller here:
"Two doctors embark on a research project to cure fear-ridden, phobic patients of all varieties. Just as fame and honor creep into the lives of Doctor Nicholas Nemet (Dario Deak), and Doctor Marvin Stalberg (John Colton), a series of murders occurs among cured patients which mirror the victims’ initial homicidal fears."
Director: Catherine C. Pirotta. »
- Michael Ross Allen
Angela Lee, producer of Zombie Strippers, has a new sci-fi web series in the works called Star Chicks, and her company Scream HQ has turned to the grass roots fund-raising website kickstarter.com to finance it.
Star Chicks stars Penny Drake, Laura Bach and Shannon Malone (from Zombie Strippers) and is a sci-fi comedy set to debut on the web. The series follows three highly trained shape-shifting aliens who are sent to earth to study the planet for eventual takeover. Since Earth is the only planet in the universe to have women, the Scourge believes the gender to be Earth’s most dangerous life form. The highly trained intergalactic agents must infiltrate society and prepare Earth for invasion armed with only a no-limit credit card and an issue of Cosmo. Bombarded by strange new emotions and desires, hunted by alien police, the newly minted ladies must decide whether to complete »
5 items from 2010
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