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I Was a Teenage Wereskunk Trailer Will Scare the Smell Out of You

I Was a Teenage Wereskunk Trailer Will Scare the Smell Out of You
Lovers of camp cinema and the Drive-in horror classics of the 1950s have a new reason to celebrate. In 2017, we're getting the sure to be classic I Was a Teenage Wereskunk. Today, we have the trailer for this dumpster diamond. And we have a poster that gleefully screams, 'Half man, half skunk, all stink!'

Beware: This trailer will scare the smell out of you! Neal McLaughlin directs I Was a Teenage Wereskunk as an homage to the works of John Waters. The premise is simple, it follows a teenager who transformers into the murderous wereskunk whenever he gets horny. His monstrous new appearance occurs shortly after getting sprayed in the face by an enchanted skunk.

The movie stars Scott Monahan, Shey Lyn Zanoti, and Charlie Farrell. You can purchase the film now off the film's official website or order it up on Amazon video-to-go. The trailer is really something
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Giantess Attack Trailer Goes on an Insane Superhero Rampage

Giantess Attack Trailer Goes on an Insane Superhero Rampage
Two bitter TV stars grow to giant proportions due to a scientific accident. They carry on their battle, destroying Hollywood. Naked. Maybe. That's the enticing premise behind the retro-throwback Giantess Attack. We have the first trailer. And it promises the best worst movie of 2017. Maybe.

In Giantess Attack, two unemployable actresses become real superheroes thanks to twin space fairies. This is a true homage to Ultraman, Electra Woman and all those happy 70's Saturday Mornings spent as a kid in front of the TV. This sci-fi throwback stars Tasha Tacosa, Rachel Riley, Christine Nguyen, Jed Rowen, Robert "Corpsy" Rhine and Jay Woelfel. The movie was successfully funded by Kickstarter earlier in the year.

Jeff Leroy directs Giantess Attack, though no screenwriting credits are given. We're not sure why or how that is possible after witnessing some off the great one-liners in the trailer, unless this is all improvised. Leroy is
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'Stranded' - Just like That Other Sci-Fi Movie Called 'Stranded'?

Today, I learned that Christian Slater is going to star in the new sci-fi film Stranded along with Tricia Helfer. And since I totally heart him and have since 1990, along with loving Helfer, I delved deeper into this film...

Directed by Roger Christian of Battlefield: Earth acclaim (that was sarcasm), this movie won't even start filming until July 2012.

Christian said to someone (I can't find the original interview credit that horror websites keep quoting and pasting):

"[It's] quite scary. We don't have a creature," said director Christian in a previous interview about the film. "Our alien entity, which it is, is born on board. This woman gets pregnant and gives birth in a few days. It's one of those weird things that happens very fast. The thing that's on board imitates one of the crew members and takes him over... Our familiar character becomes the monster."

Oh, like The Thing?
See full article at Planet Fury »

All I Know Is That I Can't Wait For 'Auschwitz'

And what is written above the sink in the girl's bathroom (that's the only other thing I know).

I heart movies about Nazis, and I heart Uwe Boll. I love that he's totally insane, completely out of his mind, that he makes films in a haphazard, uncontrolled manner, that he has a thick German accent, that he always casts my favorite person Michael Pare in everything he does...I love it all. I love that he jokes that he gets the money for his films from Nazi gold. I love that he filmed three movies at the same time: the drama/thriller "Auschwitz," the sequel "Bloodrayne III," and the parody "Blubberella." Why waste a period set? Waste not! Make three films!

I remember at a Michael Pare signing at my old friend Eric Spudic's former store Spudic's Movie Emporium in Van Nuys, California, Boll and Clint Howard showed up
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Bark at the moon! Hybrid horror comes in the form of Dino Wolf

Sweet! It is so cool to see my good friend Eric Spudic in Fred Olen Ray’s Dino Wolf, which is coming to DVD in October. We have for you the gory and hairy trailer.

Human DNA mixed with prehistoric Dire Wolf skeleton results in a terrifying Hybrid monster. Fun man-in-suit monster movie by Cult film director Fred Olen Ray. Coming to DVD in October, 2011. Stars Maxwell Caulfield (Grease 2) and Gil Gerard (Buck Rogers). Not for the squeamish… Creature by Roy Kynrim’s Sota Effects portrayed by Greg Paul Smith, written by Fred Olen Ray, Dan Golden and Pat Moran. Produced by Kimberly A Ray and Vince Ravine.
See full article at Killer Films »

Women of Christmas Horror

By Heidi Martinuzzi and Amanda Reyes

We went through the best and worst Christmas movies ever, and picked out the most awesome females from each film for your holiday enjoyment. There are so many wonderful bad horror Christmas movies, it'll make you cry tears. Tears of Awesome...

Tales from the Crypt

Joan Collins, was your career really that bad before Dynasty? Starring in horrific B-Movies like Empire of the Ants and Tales from the Crypt? One vignette in particular, And All Through the House, stars Joan Collins as a devious wife hell-bent on getting away with murder on Christmas Eve. When she hears that there is an escaped convict running around hacking people up with an ax, she makes good use of it by trying to frame the killer for her husband's death! Oh no, you mean, ironically, the real killer actually does make his way to her home, where she has to defend herself?
See full article at Planet Fury »

In Brief: Assorted Horror News for 8/1/09

  • Fangoria
Between doing server switches and freaking out my fellow Fango staffers (and countless others) with my love of Joe Dante's Gremlins this week, a bunch of news rolled in that we didn't get a chance to cover for you in the past few days. Usually when we do the"In Brief" we limit the coverage to horror films only, but this time we're throwing in a little bit of everything, including several event listings.

So here's our latest roundup of bite-sized nuggets of horror news from Fango and around the 'net.

Los Angeles' first annual Vampire-con, which we've been following regularly has unveiled the lineup for their film festival. They'll be showing Count Yorga: Vampire, The Lost Boys, Midnight Son, The Velvet Vampire, and Tony Scott's The Hunger. The screenings feature special guests, panels and more. Visit http://www.vampire-con.com for all the details. After months of rumors and spectulation,
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Wynorski, Olen Ray, DeCoteau signing in CA

Indie actor Eric Spudic (Supercroc, Halloween Night) has taken his love of the independent and the obscure a step further than most with the opening of Spudic's Movie Empire. The store which caters to fans of b-movies and cinematic oddities opened last month in Van Nuys, California and will welcome filmmakers Fred Olen Ray, Jim Wynorski, and David DeCoteau this weekend for a Free signing.

Here's the details direct from Eric:

"This Sunday the 18th, from noon - 2pm, will be a once-in-a-lifetime event for fans of b-movies and cult films. Legendary directors Fred Olen Ray, Jim Wynorski, and David DeCoteau will be signing at Spudic's Movie Empire, 5910 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91401 (1 block south of Oxnard, parking in back)

Bring your favorite posters & movies to get autographed! Bring your cameras! This is your chance to thank the dudes who've made some of the coolest movies of all-time.

They've brought you:

Armed Response,
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Driller Arrives on October 14th

Viewfinder Entertainment sent us the latest movie poster from the upcoming film “Driller”, the new sci-fi slasher film from director Jason Kartalian, which hits the streets on Tuesday, October 14th. In stores everywhere, including Hollywood Video. “Driller” stars Tanya Dempsey (The Frightening, Hell Asylum), Ivy Gullickson, Jason Burks (Firecracker), Eric Spudic, Jed Rowen and the cutting-edge special effects by Joe Castro (Terror Toons, Carnies). Drillin’ and killin’ soon! The disc will contain tons of extras, be sure to visit www.drillermovie.com to Pre-order the film and get The limited edition comic book. Stay tuned to Toxic Shock TV for the latest “Driller” movie news and more.
See full article at ShockYa »

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