Synopsis: Satan opens franchises of Hell and begins his campaign of terror in a rural Florida town. His defeat hinges on the efforts of a beer swilling, cigar smoking Redneck Werewolf, his hot girlfriend and a bunch of morons about to take an infernal ride on the “Short Bus” to Hades.
‘Bubba the Redneck Werewolf’ is based on Mitch Hyman’s long-running comic book series of the same name.
Okay, so although I don’t have an official release date (or poster) for Bubba the Redneck Werewolf, I can tell you that the movie had its premiere on October 25, 2014 in Orlando, Florida in the good ole U S of A. Rednecks! Werewolves! Redneck Werewolves! ‘Merica!! Yeah!!!
Based on the long-running comic book series of the same name by Mitch Hyman, Bubba the Redneck Werewolf stars Fred Lass, Malone Thomas, Gary Norris, Sara Humbert, Chris Stephens, and Gail Fleming. It is written by Stephen Biro and directed by Brendan Jackson Rogers.
This is exactly the kind of movie trailer that suits a blog post called Friday Night at the Trailer Park just fine. Pop a beer, sit back and enjoy it and let that theme song sink deep into your consciousness. Go to sleep with it on your minds and wake up with it on your lips.
Oh and while you’re at it how ’bout moseyin’ on over to the official Bubba the Redneck Werewolf Facebook page.
Rex Linn agreed to act in the movie under the condition that he got to play the monster in one scene.
Christian Bale portrays wealthy investment banker Patrick Bateman in American Psycho. It’s a killer role and hopefully I’ve provided some killer alternative posters to go along with it.
ALT-POSTR-MONDAY: AMERICAN PSYCHO
For the July, 2015 selection of the Scream Queen of the Month I decided to do things a bit differently; instead of featuring an established star I’m going with a young woman working hard to make her way in the world of show business.
Apryl: “Modeling I dabbled in off and on and didn’t truly start to pick up until my first crew picture from set (Camp Dread) which is also how acting started. I went as an intern with my good friend Cleve Hall to learn more FX makeup. From that they needed a few extra people for a few scenes; then a few days later they needed some dead bodies and they needed to reshoot a scene. The actress wasn’t there so I had to be her body double. So it was a combination of both (acting and modeling) from that one set. The rest is history. It’s opened so many doors and for that I’m so thankful.”
While I will tell you that Apryl was born on July 30, 1986 in Charleston, South Carolina, a town just a little over 200 miles from this writer’s hometown of Spartanburg, South Carolina. What I am not going to talk about is her past accomplishments. I’m not going to tell you that she’s made appearances on the TV documentary FBI: Criminal Pursuit or the “Pacific Northwest“, “Mantis Man” and “Spottisville Monster” episodes of Monsters and Mysteries in America. You will not hear a peep out of me about her roles in films like Music Store Massacre (2013), Zombie Isle or Camp Dread (both 2014).
What I will tell you about is what Apryl has going on for the future. She’s in pre-production for the TV movie Urban Legends to Die For and the movie Dracula’s War. She’s in post-production for the TV series Legends & Lies and the films Aleister and Zombie Croc and in addition to all that both the mini-series American Genius and Sasquatch vs. Yeti have been announced.
It is easy to see that Apryl is working hard to make it and I for one hope that she goes far. I’ve spoken with her several times and can tell you that she is sweet, friendly and above all appreciative of the support she has received from fans thus far in her career. That, and the fact that she’s gorgeous, is what makes her the July, 2015 Written in Blood Scream Queen of the Month.
APRYL, NO FOOLIN’
She’s 5’7″ with a 35-25-35 figure with dirty blonde hair and bright green eyes.
You can read more and see more at her official site Apryl Crowell.
You can even friend her on Facebook.
Synopsis: Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension follows the Fleeges clan – including, dad Ryan (Chris J. Murray), mom Emily (Brit Shaw), and their daughter Leila (Ivy George) – as they move into a new house, only to find themselves seemingly being haunted by supernatural forces. However, upon discovering a box of old video tapes in the garage (along with a camera that can capture paranormal beings on film), the family starts to realize that it was no accident that they ended up in their new home. But can they prevent the terrible fate that’s been laid out for them?
This sixth* installment in the Paranormal Activity franchise has been pushed back and postponed so many times that I honestly forgot that there was even going to be a new movie. Also starring Nathan Brewer, Jay Hieron and a returning Katie Featherston and directed by Gregory Plotkin, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension will supposedly be the final film in the series and will allegedly answer a lot of the questions put forth by the previous films. I know a lot of people have grown tired of the Paranormal Activity movies but I for one cannot wait for October 23, 2015 to get here. I’m just a goofy son-of-a-gun like that.
*This includes Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones. You didn’t think I knew how to count, did you?
Sheila Kearns, a substitute teacher was convicted on four felony counts in January 2015 for showing this film, in class to her students. Kearns apologized to the court saying she did not watch the movie before showing it to her Spanish class at Columbus’ East High School in April 2013.
Synopsis: Two attractive young coeds set off for a camping trip in the Pennsylvania woods to get away from it all. After a rifle-toting mountain man discovers they are a couple, the women become his prey: hunted, shot and left for dead. The local sheriff begins to connect their frightened testimony with unsolved disappearances and murders on the trail. Can he act in time to stop more killings?
I came across this one on HorrorMovies.ca. Allegedly based on a true story, the plot reminds me (very loosely) of a book by Jack Ketchum entitled “The Lost”. Dead Woman’s Hollow is the feature debut from Libby McDermott. It stars Jeremy Bingaman, Bethany Coyle, Roger Durga Dahal and Charles Dawson. Having premiered at the Homegrown Hollywood Film Festival on September 24, 2013, Dead Woman’s Hollow releases on DVD on June 23rd, 2015.