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Back in 2009 director Jeremy Kasten came to us to let us know about his latest project, The Dead Ones. Here we are several years later and Kasten's vision is getting set to finally descend upon the masses starting with this new motion poster!
Message from Jeremy Kasten
It's been just over three months and we've come very far with The Dead Ones. The battle for this film remains fierce as its controversial subject matter is uncommon for horror and even indie movies.
The Film They Don't Want You To See!
Some will try and ban this film and keep it from mainstream audiences. As the NRA’s Wayne Lapierre has said, “There exists in this country a callous industry that sells violence against its own people. The blood-soaked slasher films that are aired like propaganda loops on 'Splatterdays' portray murder as a way of life. And they have the nerve to call it entertainment. »
- Steve Barton
“I like Twitter, it’s accessible, it’s simple, yet you can make it dense. It’s political, it’s comedy, it’s entertainment, it’s a great mishmash. I also like it because I get to pass on information,” he told Variety at Tuesday’s Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence benefit at the Beverly Hills Hotel. “Some people would call it politics, I just call it information.”
Among his latest Twitter targets: Cliven Bundy, Donald Sterling, the Clippers, gefilte fish, the Koch brothers and the National Rifle Assn.
Hey NRA, what we do about shootings in Chicago?
NRA: More guns
Who led Al in homeruns in 1968?
NRA: More guns.
NRA: More guns.—
Adam McKay (@GhostPanther) April 23, 2014
McKay was honored »
- Janine Lew
2 items from 2014
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