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Anchor Bay Entertainment and the producers of the film are giving away a really cool mask from the horror film “Bryan Loves You” by director Seth Landau and starring Tony Todd (Candyman), Tiffany Shepis (Live Evil), Brinke Stevens, Chuck Williams, Jeff Dylan Graham, Daniel Roebuck (Halloween II) and the infamous Lloyd Kaufman. The horror film “Bryan Loves You” is a true 1993 story of a cult that takes over an Arizona town. To win all you have to do is comment on the YouTube video. Stay tuned to Shockya.com for the latest movie news and more from “Bryan Loves You” and Anchor Bay Entertainment. Special thanks goes out to Andy [...] »
- Brian Corder
Early last year, I was privileged to investigate a snazzy little horror film called “Bryan Loves You,” directed by “Take Out” director Seth Landau. It remains one of the most widely ignored genre outings of 2008, despite appearing on several “Best Of” lists and receiving countless critical acclaim. Why everyone continues to sleep on this eerie little number is truly beyond my realm of comprehension. Maybe it has something to do with the tiny particles often found floating in public water supplies. I’m really not sure. I was recently contacted by Mr. Landau, who wanted me to spread the good word about the contest he’s currently running. According to Seth, all you have to do to snag one of these incredibly creepy masks — which are, coincidentally, identical to the ones in the film — is to comment on his YouTube video, which can be found lurking around here. A winner »
For November Son (available on DVD April 14), the sequel to the gay thriller October Moon, writer/director Jason Paul Collum worked with both ends of the genre spectrum, the seasoned vet (Brinke Stevens) and the first-film newbie (Sacha Sacket).
Stevens, who reprises the role of “Nancy” in November Son, has over 100 acting credits. If you are a fan of the genre, you know Stevens even if you’ve never seen one of her films. By all accounts one of the nicest and most accommodating actresses to work with, Stevens weathered the “Girl in the Shower” storm of her early films and has come out the other side with nuanced performances in films like Mommy and October Moon. At an age when most B-movie queens fade into real estate careers, Stevens keeps racking up the roles, and she doesn’t have to take off her top to do it.
Sacket has »
3 items from 2009
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