I searched high and low from the comfort of my ManCave, which I need to get off my ass and clean up, and I found some cool posters for this week’s installment of ALT-POSTR-MONDAY. Here’s hoping you enjoy them.
When a butcher loses his dog, his life starts to unravel.
Written and directed by Brian Crano.
Starring Amanda Seyfried, Cory Michael Smith and David Craig.
Filmed in the United States.
18 minutes and 17 seconds.
Winner Best Horror/Suspense film at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International Film Festival.
I have three dogs; Clarice, a terrier and named for The Silence of the Lambs character; Molly, a pug whose superpower is excessive napping; and Bella, a German shepherd who for some odd reason I have given the human voice of Don Knotts. I love all of them but if I had to choose a favorite it would be Clarice by a long shot. She has enough energy, spunk and above all personality for 50 dogs and will carry on long conversations with you if you get her started. If anything bad were to happen to her I would be heartbroken. If anyone were to harm her I would be very angry and you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry. I guess that’s why I have a great deal of sympathy for Declan (Cory Michael Smith aka Edward Nygma on TV’s Gotham) in this week’s Short Film Saturday installment Dog Food. Of course to say much more would be to give away the film before you even see it. Let’s just say there’s a twist and then there’s a twist and leave it at that. Enjoy.
Synopsis: A flesh-eating virus makes a meal of 5 teens on spring break in a remote wood cabin in this update of Eli Roth’s classic gorefest, with all-new characters and all-new kills.
I’m sure that by now a lot of you have already seen the trailer for the Cabin Fever remake. I’ve seen it on at least two blogs that I know a lot of you also follow. To make a long story short I’m feeling a little lazy and plus I have to take my wife to an appointment and therefore don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to this week’s post.
Directed by Travis Zariwny and written by Randy Pearlstein from an original screenplay by Eli Roth, Cabin Fever will star Gage Golightly, Matthew Daddario, Samuel Davis, Dustin Ingram, and Nadine Crocker. The film is set for limited release in the United States beginning February 12, 2016. Check out the trailer and poster below.
Zelda Rubinstein’s last movie.
February already?!? Where do the days go? Here’s another set of alternative posters for you all. Enjoy.
You may like having a good lunch in a quiet place as a park… But what if your lunch doesn’t?
In the street everyone can hear you scream, but honestly who cares?
Directed by Paul Alexandre, Dara Cazamea, Maxime Cazaux, Romain Delaunay and Bruno Ortolland.
Made in France at Supinfocom.
6 minutes and 53 seconds.
There is no other way to explain Hambuster than for what it is: bug nuts crazy. This is one demented and deranged piece of horror animation that will have you laughing, gasping and especially keeping an eye on that burger that you’re getting ready to force down your gullet. One thing’s for certain: you’ll never look at fast food the same way again after watching this one*.
*Actually you probably will; I just have to throw stuff like that in for dramatic purposes.
Synopsis: The film tells the story of a father and son who are forced to move to an old cabin in the woods after a devastating tragedy. The forest unearths a tribe of Sasquatch who are determined to protect their land.
It used to be that you could count the number of Sasquatch movies on one hand and you only needed two fingers to do it. Nowadays you can throw a rock in any direction and you’ll hit one. I threw a rock down the street yesterday and hit Willow Creek. This new one, Valley of the Sasquatch looks like it might be a darn good one. It got my attention; then again I’m kind of a sucker for these movies.
Valley of the Sasquatch stars Miles Joris-Peyrafitte, Jason Vail, David Saucedo, D’Angelo Midili and the always reliable Bill Oberst, Jr. It is written and directed by John Portanova. The film has been nominated in several categories at various festivals including the 2015 Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego, California (where it won for Best Cinematography for Jeremy Berg); the 2015 Horrorhound Film Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana; the 2015 Idaho Horror Film Festival in Boise, Idaho where it won Best Feature; finally the 2015 Chicago Paracon Film Festival in Chicago, Illinois where it again won for Best Feature.
Check out the trailer and poster below.