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Are you bored of the same old TV shows? Tired of the mainstream? Then check out this round-up of alternative movies and series showing on UK television tonight…
8.05pm Lightning Strikes (Syfy)
A rural sheriff (Kevin Sorbo) faces a seemingly impossible battle when he is forced to defend his small town from a demon riding bolts of lightning and causing mayhem. From director Gary Jones (Boogeyman 3, Spiders).
8.10pm Shadow Warriors: Attack on Devil’s Island (Movies4Men)
9.00pm Blade: The Series (Horror Channel)
Slick small-screen adaptation of the popular Blade franchise. Lisa Starr, now a vampire, is on the loose and Krista and Blade race against time to find her and give her the serum. Season One, episode 8.
SaintSinner Entertainment is having a busy spring. In addition to celebrating the premiere of The Quiet Ones on June 6th at the Hoboken Film Fest, the company is currently filming The Sickness throughout Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.
The film is being directed by Brandon E. Brooks and produced by SaintSinner Entertainment, which consists of Brooks, Amel J. Figueroa (director of the aforementioned The Quiet Ones, and Fallon Maressa. It stars Laura Lynn Cottrel (The Replacements), Gary Gustin (The Gift), Matt Kent ("General Hospital"), Fallon Maressa (The Lovely Bones), Damien Colletti (Bloodbath in the House of Knives), first-time actress Janet Searfoss, Dennis Ronin (Murder Below the Line), Lamar Bumbrey (A Dangerous Place), Tom Detrik (Booley), and Anthony Marks (Blood Night) along with indie horror scream queens Raine Brown (100 Tears), Ruby Larocca (Shadow: Dead Riot), and Suzi Lorraine (Methodic).
The Sickness, described by Brooks as "a tale in the vein of »
- Uncle Creepy
Here at JustPressPlay, we get a lot of solicits from independent productions announcing their latest project. A lot of them have a hard time standing out, but once in a while, there's a movie that comes across our way that's just too attractive to ignore. Yes, I'm using "attractive" liberally here—after all, the movie is called Dogshit.
Just what the hell is Dogshit? It appears to be a surreal post-apocalyptic live action-animation hybrid from director Jimmy Creamer, better known (among his subjects, I guess) as speedcore artist "ScreamerClauz." Check out the crazy synopsis of his film, then the 5-minute trailer below.
Society is ruled over by a giant dog that is using the recent surge of monster attacks to try and convince his people to sign up for "optional" brain surgery. A self appointed "monster hunter" in a pink bunny suit (Brandon Slagle - Kinky Killers, Methodic) is the »
- Arya Ponto
Wow. Honestly, I don’t know what to say. It’s written and directed by Jimmy Creamer, aka ScreamerClauz, and they’re halfway through the shoot, with a late 2010 release date (around Halloween) expected. It’s … different, I’ll give it that. Society is ruled over by a giant dog that is using the recent surge of monster attacks to try and convince his people to sign up for “optional” brain surgery. A self appointed “monster hunter” in a pink bunny suit (Brandon Slagle – Kinky Killers, Methodic) is the only person brave enough to stand up to the creatures but soon runs into trouble when his girlfriend (Ruby Larocca – Shadow: Dead Riot, Ice Cream Sunday) is kidnapped by the Macaroni Gang. He goes on a warpath through the seedy underworld of The Dog’s dystopian society while trying to fight hallucinations brought on talking worms living inside his large intestine. »
4 items from 2010
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