Among those honoured on the night were Danny Trejo, who was presented with Career Achievement Award: Latino Action Movie Star, along with John Savage (Lifetime Achievement Award: Male Actor) and Linda Blair (Career Achievement Award: Female Actor. Dominican Republic actress Katherine Castro was also presented with the International Breakthrough Artist of the Year award.
Here’s a full list of the winners…
Danny Trejo (Career Achievement: Latino Action Movie Star)
John Savage (Lifetime Achievement Award: Male Actor)
Linda Blair (Career Achievement Award: Female Actor)
Charlene Tilton (Primetime Television Female Actor)
David Longoria (Career Achievement Music Producer)
Bill Ward (Lifetime Achievement Drummer/Songwriter)
Murray SawChuck (Career Achievement Magical Arts)
Christina DeRosa (Rising Star Award)
Frazer Smith (Lifetime Achievement La Rock Radio Host)
Marc Canter (Literary Achievement in Rock
From the Press Release
"Rock 'n roll is here to stay" despite the best efforts of a giant gila monster in Polyscope's sci-fi comedy movie Gila!, scheduled for release on DVD this April 22nd.
Based loosely on the 1959 sci-fi classic Giant Gila Monster, the revived Gila! features a ferocious, rampaging giant gila monster, classy hot rods, vintage 50's rock 'n roll music, cute co-eds, fist fights, drag racing, and an all-star cast who rally to defend their small town.
"A perfect 'date night' drive-in movie," says producer Bill Dever. "Family fun with music, action, a very scary monster, and a terrific cast. Inspirational sci-fi horror."
It's not all the monster's fault since
The flick, directed by Jim Wynorski, features the star of the original film, Don Sullivan, who with this project is making his return to acting after a 50-year absence. He stars alongside Brian J. Gross, Terence Knox, Madeline Voges, Jesse Janzen, Christina DeRosa, Rich Komenich, Kelli Maroney, Gerard Pauwels, Ellen Kingston, Jenna Ruiz and James Wolford Hardin.
Supposedly this flick is actually gonna have a limited theatrical run which will include drive-in theatres nationwide. More on that soon enough. In the interim check out the goods below.
A giant lizard terrorizes a rural Midwest community with a group of heroic young people led by Chase Winstead attempting to destroy the creature.
‘Susan’s Remembrance’ will premiere on Saturday, October 22nd at 3:30 p.m.
About ‘Susan’s Remembrance’: Susan suffers from delusional schizophrenia and, over the course of three decades, is interrogated for double murder. She forcefully affirms her innocence but cannot speak for her multiple personalities.
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To read more about this film and others at the 15th Annual Hollywood Film Festival go here.
Cast and Crew of ‘Susan’s Remembrance’:
Director: Ryan LeMasters
Producer: David Bianchi
Writers: Ryan LeMasters, David Bianchi
Cast: Kinga Philipps, David Bianchi, Christina DeRosa
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Pure exploitation trash with a veneer of style.
Catholic schoolgirls, Rebecca (Christina DeRosa) and the virginal Catherine (Cheryl Lyone) are selling bibles door to door to raise money for school when they knock on the door of the wrong house at the wrong time.
In the house is gang leader and pimp, Lobo, played by Peter Tahoe who has just shot and killed one of his ‘girls’ for stealing his drugs. Lobo and his gang kidnap the girls, and Rebecca is killed while being forced to play Russian roulette. Catherine is then taken out to the woods where she is raped and left for dead.
Naked, she eventually stumbles onto the highway where she is picked up by a passing motorist and taken to a hospital. Soon she recovers, and feels compelled to exact her revenge on her assailants.
If you think you’ve heard this story before,
As a long time follower of this franchise and Full Moon,
On April 20th, this herbified showing will be presented in smell-o-vision and lifelike 3D, with a new television spot listed below. Get set for some green screams, as Larnell, Bachman, Brett and Alistair "are enslaved in [an] Alien Bong's" (Full Moon) lair. More on their dazed escapades are below.
The synopsis for Evil Bong 3D: The Wrath of Bong is here:
"Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), Bachman (Mitch Eakins), Brett (Brian Lloyd) and Alistair (Peter Stickles) survived their battle with the dubious King Bong.
Have a listen as director Guzman talks about entertaining "the sick and twisted," removing morals from filmmaking,
An introductory synopsis on the project:
"Blood Effects is an edgy, raw, scary behind-the-scenes look at the making of a horror movie and what the first-time director (Black) and
Here's the basic plot crunch: Fetch, a terrifying story of six members of an evangelical Christian group who have been abducted in rural Kansas, was written by Trent (Deadgirl) Haaga and stars Ashlynn Yennie as Starlene Arbuckle (replacing the previously announced Christina DeRosa), Shawn G. Smith as Punch, and newcomer Krystal Heib as Christina Jenkins (originally to be portrayed by Yennie). Smith previously appeared in the "30 Days of Night: Blood Trails" TV series while Yennie will be familiar to those who have seen The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here).
LoScalzo told us, "The daily footage coming out has been absolutely amazing, and we are very,
Fetch, a terrifying story of six cross-country campaigning cheerleaders who have been abducted in rural Alabama, was written by Trent (Deadgirl) Haaga and stars Christina DeRosa as Starlene Arbuckle, Shawn G. Smith as Punch, and Ashlynn Yennie as Christina Jenkins. Smith previously appeared in the "30 Days of Night: Blood Trails" TV series while Yennie will be familiar to those who have seen The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here).
Check out the video below, and to stay up-to-date on Fetch's progress over the coming months, follow the film from the director's perspective on Twitter via @CM_Downs
Downs describes Fetch as "a terrifying story of six cross-country campaigning cheerleaders who have been abducted in rural Alabama." It stars Christina DeRosa as Starlene Arbuckle, Shawn G. Smith as Punch, and Ashlynn Yennie (pictured) as Christina Jenkins. Smith previously appeared in the "30 Days of Night: Blood Trails" TV series while Yennie will be familiar to those who have seen The Human Centipede (First Sequence).
Haaga is probably best known as the writer of Deadgirl but also has several acting gigs under his belt including The Devil's Muse; Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill!; and Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula. Downs says of Haaga's Fetch
If you don't think a massively multiplayer online role-playing game can be sexy, then you've never seen Felicia Day sing "Do You Want to Date My Avatar." The music video--which is a promotion for the new season of the online sitcom The Guild--hit number one on iTunes after its debut last week, and has accumulated over 2 million views on YouTube.
So what is the show about? The Guild follows a woman's virtual life with a group of friends in an Mmo similar to World of Warcraft and how it spills into her personal life. The series manages to tightrope walk the fine line between making fun of people who live their social lives inside of video games, and making
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