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If Abe Lincoln can fight off vampires, why can’t screen starlet Marilyn Monore fight off zombies? That’s the question asked (and answered) by Thomas J. Churchill and David M. Parksin their next project, Marilyn Monore: Zombie Hunter. We have the first poster here and this is from the press release:
After winning two awards (Best Horror Film & Best Make-Up) for Lazarus: Day of The Living Dead at the New York City International Film Festival, writer/producer/director Thomas J. Churchill (Lazarus, Ep: The Emerging Past, Syfy’s “Monster Man“) and his producing partner David M. Parks (Lazarus, Ep: The Emerging Past) are releasing the first teasers of their next project, the horror/thriller/action film Marilyn Monroe: Zombie Hunter.
- Luke Owen
Another historical horror mash-up is headed our way courtesy of indie filmmaker Thomas Churchill, and we have a look at it for you. Are you ready for Marilyn Monroe Zombie Hunter, or are the famous dead better off left buried? You tell us!
From the Press Release
After winning two awards (Best Horror Film & Best Make-Up) for Lazarus: Day of The Living Dead at the New York City International Film Festival, writer/producer/director Thomas J. Churchill (Lazarus, Ep: The Emerging Past, Syfy’s "Monster Man") and his producing partner David M. Parks (Lazarus, Ep: The Emerging Past) are releasing the first teasers of their next project, the horror/thriller/action film Marilyn Monroe: Zombie Hunter.
Marilyn Monroe: Zombie Hunter will be directed by Churchill from a script he is writing with horror author Joe Knetter and will star model, actress, and scream queen Sarah French as the iconic blonde bombshell turned zombie slayer. »
- Steve Barton
Richard Elfman, brother of composer Danny Elfman, is making the rounds again to get Forbidden Zone 2 off the ground and into production. The first time I saw the film was on DVD and I couldn’t believe how crazy & inventive it was for the time it was made. While I’m not sure if the film really needs a sequel, if the creator wants one, why not help?
You might remember a piece that was used in promotion for the sequel from Syfy’s special effects show Monster Man with Sota FX. I’ll include that video as well even though I don’t think it is a great representation for the sequel nor do I know if it is current since that video was from 2011 – including an end title card of “Coming in 2012″. Also, in the IndieGoGo campaign the overall look of Princess Polly is different. Richard is looking »
- Andy Triefenbach
Thomas J. Churchill's ambitious new zombie/period feature Lazarus: Day of the Living Dead has scored itself some distribution, and we have all of your details right here. Read on for the latest on this zombie-filled opus.
From the Press Release
Writer/director Thomas J. Churchill's (Syfy's Monster Man, Emerging Past) 1957 styled zombie film Lazarus: Day of the Living Dead tells the story of the beginning of the zombie apocalypse and is scheduled for a July 2014 summer release through Origin Releasing.
Established in late 2012, Origin's team of executives have over 100 years of experience in distribution, production and acquisitions for disc distribution, VOD, television and theatrical. “We are very excited to be working with Thomas and his team at Church Hill Productions and look forward to being a part of the distribution of his films,” stated Brian Jaynes, COO at Origin.
"The film will be available everywhere, »
- Uncle Creepy
4 items from 2014
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