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Big Bad Wolf | DVD Review

Like many modern Christians, Huff (Charlie O'Connell) has developed his very own warped interpretation of The Bible. The misogynistic stories that Huff reads from his copy of "The Good Book" are purposefully designed to teach his three stepdaughters (Jenna Stone, Elly Stefanko, Amber Marie Bollinger) their proper place in the world, reducing their self-worth to mere sex objects to be traded and sold for the betterment of mankind. It is no surprise that Huff's wife, Lorelei (Elina Madison), is afraid to leave her idyllically attractive daughters alone with their violent and sex-crazed stepfather. Luckily, Huff spends a lot of time with his mistress, Laci (Natasha Alam), with whom he plans to escape to Mexico; but, in order to afford his early retirement, Huff invests in a drug deal that -- of course -- goes horribly wrong. Huff is then positioned to chase his three sexy stepdaughters (the proverbial pigs of this tale) around,
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Horror Title Big Bad Wolf (Aka Huff) is Previewed Here

Tagline: "By the hair of your chin, don't let him in." Big Bad Wolf aka Huff is a thriller from director Paul Morrell (Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust). This title is completed and Big Bad Wolf has been appearing on the film festival circuit throughout 2012. The film is being handled by Tombstone Distribution, with a wide release date for North American unannounced. The film's story deals with a lecherous step-dad. Huff, played by Charlie O'Connell, sexually abuses three daughters in his care, deals drugs and murders those who get in his evil way. Then, the daughters run off with his money and the villain must now huff and puff, until he can find them again. Big Bad Wolf has two posters available and a trailer. The film's latest graphic is listed above. A villain with an axe threatens the three daughters in this poster. As well, an alternate poster is listed below.
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Unnerving one-sheet poster for Creep Creepersin’s ‘Dracula’

Here is the frankly unnerving one-sheet poster for Creep Creepersin’s Dracula which stars Peter Stickles, Bruce Hart, Domiziano Arcangeli, Elissa Dowling and Elina Madison. You have to admit it’s an incredibly strange image given the subject matter… Check out the poster and press release below:

Creepersin Films Presses On Through The Slate Of Awesome With Creep Creepersin’S Dracula

Creepersin Films starts shooting their psychological horror thriller, Creep Creepersin’s Dracula this week. Dracula stars Peter Stickles (The Lair) in the title role as the Count who is held captive in his manor by his servants. Other great genre names round out the cast with Domiziano Arcangeli (Virus X), Elina Madison (Huff), Elissa Dowling (Bloody Bloody Bible Camp), Bruce Hart (Homewrecker) and Dawna Lee Heisinig (Scare Tactics).

Writer / Director Creep Creepersin says about his “re-telling” of the classic Stoker tale, “It’s not the Dracula that you all know,
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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with the latest installment of the Indie Spotlight. We have so much to cover that this will be the first of two spotlight features this weekend. Today’s items include information on Zombie Dawn‘s theatrical run, a heavy metal cruise, an interview with Elina Madison, and more:

Updated Theater List for Zombie Dawn: New dates and locations have been announced for Zombie Dawn in Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, and others cities across the country.

“Zombie Dawn is an action horror Spanish language film that has won praise for its presentation and kudos for the film makers in assembling such a feature while working with only a micro budget.”

For screening details, visit: http://www.zombiedawnmovie.com/

Terror of Dracula: The independent horror film Terror of Dracula is now available on DVD, but there are a couple of upcoming screenings. The film plays tonight at The Mayfair Theatre in Ottawa,
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Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker, and IronE Singleton are at Texas Frightmare Weekend

Texas Frightmare Weekend starts today and it’s your chance to meet dozens of horror guests including cast members from The Walking Dead. Some of the special guests include Michael Biehn, Meg Foster, Anthony Michael Hall, Gunnar Hansen, Danielle Harris, Clint Howard, Madison Lintz, Traci Lords, Michael Madsen, Elina Madison, Derek Mears, Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker, Chandler Riggs, Tom Savini, and IronE Singleton.

There will be a Q&A panel for The Walking Dead, along with other panels related to the special guests in attendance. Film screenings will take place all weekend and include Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies, The Victim, Huff, Father’s Day, Jacob, Strippers Vs Werewolves, and more.

The event is taking place at the Hyatt Regency Dfw Airport in Dallas, Texas. Tickets are available at the door and here is information on the show/screening hours: “Guests and vendors will be open 6-11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.
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Celebrity Interview: Elina Madison

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Actress Elina Madison knows a good scream when she hears one. She's a queen of modern day horror flicks and has appeared in such classics as Curse of the Forty-Niner (2002), Creepshow III (2006), Petrified (2006) and a film she co-produced and starred in called Corporate Cut Throat Massacre (2009). In addition to her penchant for peril, Elina has appeared in various other projects in both television and film. She worked with director David Lynch in the 2001 psychological thriller Mulholland Drive (2001) and with Tom Hanks in the comedy/drama/musical hit That Thing You Do (1996). As a co-star in the award winning feature film Barracuda and the lead heroin (Minty) in the drama Minty: The Assassin (2009), Elina has also taken the plunge into the deep character-driven waters of independent films. Essentially, this versatile actress has played everything from an abused housewife to a sexy meter-maid and is thoroughly enjoying the diversity of a multi-genre'd career.
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