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Wip Productions launches new genre feature film Amazon Hot Box

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Work In Progress LLC has completed the genre feature Amazon Hot Box. The film, written and directed by James Bickert (Frankenstein Created Bikers), stars Ellie Church (Interstellar Civil War), Tristan Risk (American Mary), Kelsey Carlisle (Headless), Jordan Phipps (Close Calls) and Jett Bryant (Dear God No!). An American college student is apprehended during a dissident …

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'Frankenstein Created Bikers' Blu-ray and Swag

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In a world where there are a lot of indie filmmakers doing it wrong, it's refreshing when it's done right.

Now, I'm not talking about film quality or tired stories etc. I'm talking about old fashioned "We actually give a shit about our fans and want them to know." It's about the little things.

Running a horror website for over seven years in the red with no steady income stream generated by the site can get quite discouraging. What makes it worse is when filmmakers and producers feel they are gracing you with their film and doing you a favor by "letting you" watch their movie's, forgetting that the professional rout is to offer a screener for review consideration.

Here at MoreHorror we try to get to as many screeners as we can, but sometimes it just doesn't happen. Sometimes, there's no real incentive, just a sense of expectation,
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Pre-Order Frankenstein Created Bikers on DVD and Blu-ray; Get It By Feb

James Bickert is a filmmaker keeping the spirit of authentic Grindhouse-era exploitation alive and well in the modern era. His flicks might be dirty, sleazy and nasty, but they’re also fun, full of laughs and made with heart and passion,… Continue Reading →

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Review: Frankenstein Created Bikers is Midnight Movie Madness

A few months ago, we premiered the trailer for Frankenstein Created Bikers, which had a ton of hits from fans of the upcoming film. Well, I've finally seen it, and I've got to admit that it's even more insane than the trailer lets on. Shot on 35mm after a successful Kickstarter campaign, Frankenstein is a love letter to exploitation films carved into a bullet --- and sent skyrocketing into the air after several beers on the Fourth of July at a biker rally. This exploitation-sci-fi-cult-horror film extravaganza was directed by James Bickert (it's a sequel of sorts to his flick Dear God No!) and stars Tristan Risk, Ellie Church, Jett Bryant, Laurence R. Harvey, and a cast of others. The above actors are the best of the bunch in...

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Exclusive: Check Out the New Poster for Frankenstein Created Bikers!

Feast on Frankenstein Created Bikers’ sexy new poster! Hot on the heels of its sold out world premiere in Atlanta, writer/producer/director James Bickert and the crazed crew behind the shot on 35mm exploitation meltdown Frankenstein Created Bikers are premiering a brand spanking new poster. Right here. Now. Look up! There it is! The artwork…

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Frankenstein Created Bikers New Exploitation Opus!

Frankenstein Created Bikers New Exploitation Opus!

Frankenstein Created Bikers: A Scream Queen Is Spawned In Gia Nova Burlesque Bombshell Gia Nova to Appear in Exploitation Opus, Frankenstein Created Bikers, Directed by Grindhouse Master James Anthony Bickert Burlesque bombshell Gia Nova will be appearing in the exploitation opus, Frankenstein Created Bikers, directed by James Bickert, playing a vixen stripper of the same ...

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Bloody Biker Flick All Hell Breaks Loose Roars Onto DVD

New biker shocker about to unleash! All right! It seems that the 60s/70s trend of indie “Bikesploitation” is revving up as the next wave of micro-budgeted genre awesomeness and we’re stoked. With the Corman-meets-Al Adamson goodness of Jimmy Bickert’s Frankenstein Created Bikers about to be unleashed, Wild Eye Releasing has annnounced the March 22nd DVD…

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Frankenstein Created Bikers Locks Canadian Premiere

James Bickert’s Frankenstein Created Bikers to premiere at legendary Canadian exploitation festival. As we reported here earlier, contemporary exploitation film guru James Anthony Bickert (Dear God, No!) is getting ready to unleash his latest film, the supersonic Dear God, No! sequel/companion film Frankenstein Created Bikers, a sex, violence, sleaze and sass-soaked shocker that runs 2 ½…

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Exclusive Trailer: Frankenstein Created Bikers

Director James Bickert (Dear God No!) is currently channeling the likes of Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! in his new film Frankenstein Created Bikers, and we've got an exclusive on the Nsfw red band trailer. Check it out below.Shot in CinemaScope on Super 35mm Kodak celluloid, the film stars Jett Bryant (Dear God No!), Laurence R. Harvey (The Human Centipede 2, The Editor), Tristan Risk (American Mary, The Editor) and Ellie Church (Harvest Lake). Frankenstein Created Bikers was described to me as a two-and-a-half hour "exploitation epic" --- shot over 30 days in 10 cities with a cast of 70 actors. Now that's ambition!No premiere details as of this posting, but stay tuned to the film's Facebook page for news and updates. Bickert says: "I'm really proud of how we merged...

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Exclusive Clip: Tristan Risk Shoots and Shakes in Frankenstein Created Bikers

Check out this fun behind the scenes clip from the upcoming Frankenstein Created Bikers! Contemporary exploitation film guru James Anthony Bickert (Dear God, No!) is getting ready to unleash his latest film, the supersonic Dear God, No! sequel/companion film Frankenstein Created Bikers, a sex, violence, sleaze and sass-soaked shocker that runs 2 ½ hours long…

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Ft. Lauderdale’s Shock Pop Comic Con Guests Include Robert Englund, Elvira, Adrienne King & Danny Trejo

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Early next year over Valentine’s Day weekend, horror hounds can gather in Ft. Lauderdale with their loved ones to celebrate three horror movie anniversaries: Friday the 13th (35th anniversary), A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (30th), and Demons (30th). Cast/crew from all three films will be in attendance, including Crystal Lake’s Adrienne King and the man of your nightmares, Robert Englund:

“Ft. Lauderdale, Fl – Nov. 25, 2014 – Masters of mayhem collide in an ultra-cataclysmic Friday the 13th celebration during the Shock Pop Comic Con at the Ft. Lauderdale Convention Center, Feb. 13-15, 2015!

The weekend kicks off with a night of horror as director Sean Cunningham, final girl Adrienne King, composer Harry Manfredini, “Officer Dorf” aka Ron Millkie, and first Jason himself, Ari Lehman convene for the 35th Anniversary celebration of the classic Friday The 13th. Meanwhile our 30th Anniversary shindig for A Nightmare On Elm Street
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Ho Ho Horrors - The Favorite Christmas Movies of Roger Corman, Mick Garris, Neil Gaiman, and more!

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Ho Ho Horrors - The Favorite Christmas Movies of Roger Corman, Mick Garris, Neil Gaiman, and more!
Christmas is a time for feel-good movies. It’s a Wonderful Life, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and the usual Hallmark Hall of Fame drivel that hits the airwaves every December. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the mainstream Christmas classics as much as the next guy. But at night, when my family is all snug in their beds, that’s when I drag out my sick and twisted Christmas collection…

Black Christmas, Christmas Evil, Silent Night Deadly Night, Don’t Open Till Christmas, those are the films I like to cuddle up to with a spiked eggnog. What is my favorite? That’s a difficult question. I love them all for different reasons, but if I had to pick one, I would have to pick a recent import from Finland called Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale. A modern mashup of The Thing and the Krampus mythology, it is
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Dear God No!'s James Bickert-The Sinful Celluloid Interview

James Bickert is set to blow modern exploitation to an all new level! Armed with a film love and knowledge that rivals anyone in Hollywood, his love of films and film making comes through on screen minute by minute. if you haven't seen "Dear God No!", you haven't seen one of Best films of 2012 and an experience guaranteed to blow your mind! it's the interview you've been waiting for. James Bickert chats up Sinful Celluloid and the 13 Question Mar…
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DVD Review: 'Dear God No!'

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★★☆☆☆ Shot like a 1970s grindhouse flick complete with jump cuts, appalling dialogue and horrendous scenes of gratuitous violence, James Bickert's biker horror Dear God No! (2011) is a rampant, filthy and debauched watch that will test all but the most hardened of exploitation aficionados. Banned in 19 countries, the film follows the brutal path of destruction laid down by an outlaw motorcycle gang - The Impalers - as they rape and pillage their way en route to the home of an anthropologist with a big secret. A vile and horrific home invasion ensues that reveals an underhand story of incestual lust, genetic manipulation and bizarre Nazi adoration.

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DVD Review: Dear God No!

Dear God No!

Stars: Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby, Paul McComiskey, Olivia Lacroix, Shane Morton, Johnny Collins, Nik Morgan | Written and Directed by James Bickert

Blame Quentin Taranino and Robert Rodriguez. Since their Death Proof and Planet Terror double bill, Grindhouse, named for the genre they were paying tribute to, surfaced in 2007, there’s been resurgence in cheap and cheerful exploitation and horror films. They generally involve copious amounts of gore, lots of exposed breasts, an illustrated montage poster and plenty of nods to the genre’s seventies heyday. Films such as Machete, Hobo with a Shotgun, Drive Angry, Iron Sky and to some extent Black Dynamite are all examples of the revival of the genre. Whilst to some extent, grindhouse never went away, it never got the kind of attention it currently enjoys and one imagines that a lot of films have been made since that never would have before.
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Indie Spotlight

To get you in the holiday horror mood, the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight features the Winter Time Zombie claymation short. We also have information on the The Undead, details on the winter issue of Girls and Corpses, and much more:

New Clip from Bad Kids Go to Hell: “Six private school high school kids find themselves stuck in detention on a frightfully dark and stormy Saturday afternoon. During their 8 hour incarceration, each of the six kids fall victim to a horrible “accident” until only one of them remains. As each of these spoiled rich kids bites the dust, the story takes on a series of humorous and frantic twists and turns. Is one of the kids secretly evening the school’s social playing field? Or have the ghosts of prestigious Crestview Academy finally come to punish the school’s worst (and seemingly untouchable) brats? One thing is for sure…
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Dear God No! It's a UK DVD Release!

No, of course we aren't lamenting the news of another fear flick hitting DVD shelves. Rather, we're bringing the news of the UK DVD release of director James Bickert's exploitation-laden Dear God No!, gearing up to smack you in the face on January 14, 2013, courtesy of Monster Pictures. Feast on the goodies here, and check out the Very Nsfw trailer!

Synopsis:

Dear God No! is a tribute to a lost regional drive-in film from 1976 that doesn’t rely heavily on computer gimmicks and cuts to the core of what made these low-budget films shockingly fun. Shot entirely on Super 16Mm Fuji film and using equipment from the era, Dear God No! is a drive-in and grindhouse lover's dream. No pretty actors - just a rocking original soundtrack, bikers, babes, and blood and as many naked breasts as the script would allow.

Outlaw motorcycle gang The Impalers' tri-state rape and murder
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Dear God Yes! See Exploitation Homage Dear God No! for Free in London!

While certainly not to everyone's tastes, there's no denying that James Bickert's Dear God No! has its heart in the right place - just before it's ripped out and eaten by a big hairy woodland monster. Shot on Super 16mm and harking back to the exploitation biker movies that played the 70s drive-in circuit, the film promises plenty of blood, boobs and beer-chugging biker gangs - and if you live in London, you can catch it on the big screen absolutely free.Hitting UK DVD on 14 January courtesy of Monster Pictures, Dear God No! will receive its UK premiere this Thursday, 15 November, at The Horse Hospital, as part of Bizarre Magazine's monthly Cut screenings (see link below for more details). There will also be...
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Elvira's Horror Hunt 2012 Announces Finalists to Be Screened at HorrorHound Weekend in September

Last May "Elvira's Horror Hunt" began searching for features and shorts to be screened at the September HorrorHound Weekend with grand prize winners to be announced by Elvira herself during the con. Seven features and 13 shorts have been selected, and we have all the details here.

From the Press Release:

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, is excited to announce the films which have been selected for the 2012 edition of “Elvira’S Horror Hunt,” a horror film festival and competition presented in association with “Stan Lee’s Comikaze” and HorrorHound Magazine. The Festival, hosted in person by Elvira and Peaches Christ, is taking place in Indianapolis, Indiana, September 7th-9th.

Three (3) features and three (3) short films will be selected and presented to an all-star jury which includes Sybil Danning (Reform School Girls, Grindhouse), Bill Moseley (Texas Chainsaw Massacre II, Repo! The Genetic Opera), film writer and personality Job Bob Briggs,
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2012 Melbourne Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup

To celebrate their 13th anniversary this year, the Melbourne Underground Film Festival is going green!

No, they’re not out to save the kookaburra or anything. Instead, they’re hosting a special tribute to the New Irish Low Budget Cinema, featuring two films by acclaimed filmmaker Ivan Kavanagh, plus work by Colin Downey, Gary Kenneally and Gerard Lough.

Muff will host a repeat screening of Kavanagh’s celebrated thriller Tin Can Man — it previously screened at Muff in 2008 — as well as his latest film, The Fading Light. The three other Irish films screening all fall into the horror/thriller genres, from Downey’s The Looking Glass to Kenneally’s Stephen King adaptation The Boogeyman and Lough’s trilogy-ending The Shaken 3. And, in addition, the entire fest kicks off with the opening night Irish thriller Charlie Casanova by Terry McMahon.

But don’t think Muff is all Irish all the time this year,
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