But, the big highlight of the fest will be a special workprint preview screening of Troma daddy Lloyd Kaufman’s latest epic of grotesqueness and debauchery: Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol. 1, the fourth trilogy-busting entry in the classic Nuke ‘Em High series. This will screen on the 13th at 8:00 p.m. and will be preceded by a Q&A with the always entertaining Kaufman himself.
Other features include Quentin Dupiex’s 2nd flick, the missing dog comedy Wrong; angry birds of prey return to terrorize L.A. in James Nguyen’s Birdemic 2; werewolf soldiers invade NYC in Battledogs; a
Battledogs, directed by Alexander Yellen and written by Shane Van Dyke, stars Dennis Haysbert, Craig Sheffer, Wes Studi, Kate Vernon, Ernie Hudson, Bill Duke, and Ariana Richards, who can also been seen in theatres this weekend thanks to the release of Jurassic Park 3D. Good week for her, huh?
Look for the premiere of Battledogs on Saturday, April 6, at 9Pm (Et/Pt).
When a werewolf virus threatens to decimate New York City -- and the world -- a rogue general uses the disease to create an army of super soldiers.
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Writer: Richard Matheson and Geoff Meed.
You know you are cheap when you find yourself rooting around bargain bins for the best horror deals. Sometimes, this characteristic pays off and that is the case with The Midnight Horror Collection: Flesh Eating Zombies. This late 2010 release offers four features for under ten dollars. Included in this film anthology are Grave Mistake, Awaken the Dead, Last of the Living and the film reviewed here, I Am Omega. Echo Bridge Entertainment re-released each of these films for fans of the undead on celluloid August, 2010.
I Am Omega is one of The Asylum's mockbusters, which attempted to capitalize on the looming success of I Am Legend, starring Will Smith. Both films were released within a month of each other and this film is another action film based on Richard Matheson's novel, I Am Legend. Like an '80s action throwback,
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