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Maybe this will help us get the taste of 'Tin Man' out of our mouths. Finally.
Not since 1987's made-for-tv Return to Oz have I been this excited about an Oz film. Let's face it - the original musical 1939 version with Judy Garland reduced the menacing, opium-induced political propaganda originally created by L. Frank Baum to so much MGM glitter and Oscar romance. But Fairuza Balk's first starring role, as Dorothy Gale who returns to Oz to face an evil Nome King, a headless princess, wheeled human punk rockers who chase you through the streets of the broken Emerald City, and talking chickens, was awesome. And since then?
Just more gibberish in musical form and a really bad made-for-tv SyFy Channel Dorothy movie that I think we'd rather all forget.
But now comes The Witches of Oz, directed by Leigh Scott (he of the many many many »
But you haven’t seen anything till you’ve seen Super Shark!
From director Fred Olen Ray comes Super Shark (Attack), starring John Schneider (Smallville, Dukes of Hazzard), Jimmie Jj Walker (Good Times), Jerry Lacy (Dark Shadows), Tim Abell (Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfolds, American Bandits), Sarah Lieving (Frankenstein Reborn, Dracula’s Curse), Ted Monte, Rebecca Grant, Randy Mulkey, Shane Van Dyke (Transmorphers: Fall of Man, Paranomral Entity), Mike Gaglio (Sharktopus, Megaconda, Super Ninja Bikini Babes), and Dylan Vox.
Undead Backbrain got the scoop on a veritable feast of production photos and the films trailer, all of which are embedded below:
2 items from 2010
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