A-Z TRIVIA WEDNESDAY: CURSED

In 2014, Costar Judy Greer spoke of the film in an interview: “I don’t know why that movie got so fucked up. I don’t understand it. I thought the script was fine. Honest to god, I didn’t get the big deal. I don’t know who kept making them fuck with it”. “Then we shot the movie for, like, seven years. I think they said we had four movies worth of footage. It was so fun, but so weird. I don’t get it. I couldn’t figure it out.”

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ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MARCH 20, 2017

March rolls on and here are ten more alt-posters to keep it moving.

Edward Scissorhands by Chris Skinner

Fight Club by Tomer Hanuka

Hellraiser by Bastien Deharme

Kong: Skull Island by Randy Queen, Martin Able and Gino Acevedo

Labyrinth by Tracie Ching

Motoko (Ghost in the Shell) by Jeany Ngo

Night of the Living Dead by J. Wrig

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story by Lon Chan

The Raven by Francesco Francavilla

The Wolf Man by Laurent Durieux

SHORT FILM SATURDAY: BLACK AND WHITE (2014)

Deep in the countryside a man fights to survive a surprise sex party with his soul intact.

Written and directed by Richard Williamson.

Starring Shaun Goss, Melissa Howard, Daniel Niceski, Kathryn Tohill.

Filmed in Australia.

Fifteen minutes and thirty-five seconds.

Life has been strange for me these past few weeks. I hope you all enjoy this tale of sex and the occult from Richard Williamson.

A-Z TRIVIA WEDNESDAY: CRONOS

Guillermo del Toro met with Universal (who later bought out the film’s U.S. distributor, October Films) in late ’93, where they told him they wanted to buy the rights to this film so they could remake it. del Toro’s response was “Who wants to see Jack Lemmon lick blood off a bathroom floor?”.

ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MARCH 13, 2017

March is moving right along (have you ever noticed that’s how months advance; day by day?) and I’ve got yet another batch of posters for your viewing enjoyment. Enjoy.

Alien by Jason Diesbourg

Beauty and the Beast by Craig Drake

Doctor Strange by Kode Logic

Frozen by Tom Whalen

Inception by Kilian Eng

Jurassic Park by Kyle Lambert

Kong: Skull Island by Francesco Francavilla

Lolita by Etienne Chaize

Moon by Tracie Ching

No Country for Old Men by Daniel Norris

SHORT FILM SATURDAY: THRESHER (2014)

A man locked in a room faces inter-dimensional terror.

Directed by Mike Diva, Sam Shapson.

Written by Mike Dahlquist, Sam Shapson, Jan-Michael Losada, George ‘Maddox’ Oz, Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly.

Starring Nick Gregorio, Ruben Pla, Douglas Olsson.

Filmed in the United States.

Seven minutes and forty-one seconds.

I’m in a bit of a rush so I’ll keep it short. Here’s a bit of Lovecraftian-inspired horror for you all to enjoy.

FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: THE VOID

Synopsis: In THE VOID, officer Daniel Carter (Poole) happens upon a blood-soaked figure limping down a deserted stretch of road while he’s in the middle of a routine patrol. He rushes the young man to a nearby rural hospital staffed by a skeleton crew, only to discover that patients and personnel are transforming into something inhuman. As the horror intensifies, Carter leads the other survivors on a hellish voyage into the subterranean depths of the hospital in a desperate bid to end the nightmare before it’s too late.

Okay, The Void looks like one that I  do not want to aVoid. Written and directed by Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie; the movie stars  Aaron Poole, Ellen Wong, Kathleen Munroe, Stephanie Belding, and Kenneth Welsh. Look for it in the UK on March 31 and the United States on April 7. Until then enjoy the trailer and poster ↓.