Three Laughable New Posters For Roland Emmerich's 2012

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: News In Film

This past weekend Sony released three brand-new posters for Roland Emmerich's CGI laden disaster film, "2012". Upon first look, these posters look pretty cool. In fact they remind me of the posters for the great disaster films of the 1970s. Everything seems fine with these posters, until you take a close look, and think about the scenes depicted in them. If you are anal, like me, then they actually become funny, due to the fo-pas in each of them.

First off, lets take a look at the poster of the ocean, and the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy, crashing down on the White House.

Of course, the first thing that sticks out is Emmerich's signature 'destroying the White House' attention-getter/shock-and-aw imagery that he used in "Independence Day". However, on closer inspection anyone who is familiar with DC would recognize that the ocean is coming from the wrong direction and that the Washington Monument is in the wrong place.

I also like the fighter plane that is defying gravity on the deck of the carrier.

The second one shows the ocean knocking down the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Again this image is supposed to invoke a emotional response, but religious affiliations aside, isn't the fact that Jesus is about to crush a bunch of people a little on the side of bad taste?

Oh, and check out the size of the statue, it's gigantic. I went and checked, the real Christ the Redeemer statue is 120ft tall, which is really big, but from the pictures I've seen, it's only about 1/3 of the size of what's seen here.

And I should also mention that the ocean is coming from the wrong direction again.

This brings us to our last poster, which shows a huge earthquake created chasm winding it's way through downtown Los Angeles.

Don't you find it odd that a quake that was strong enough to create a canyon wasn't strong enough to knock down any buildings? I mean, sure there's a big hole in the ground, but all the surrounding structures seem to be intact.

Being a native Californian, I want to point out that during an earthquake the ground doesn't open up like it did in "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" or a Hanna-Barbera cartoon. For something like this to occur, the quake would have to be like a 50.0, and I doubt any skyscrapers would survive that.

Most movie-goers already know that director Roland Emmerich isn't one to worry the details. I fondly remember the scene in "Godzilla" where reporter Audrey Timmonds (played by Maria Pitillo) screams at a fellow reporter on TV, "He said Gojeera, you idiot." A mistaken pronunciation of the Japanese spelling of Godzilla, which is Gojira.It's still pronounced "Godzilla" by the way and don't get me started with "The Day After Tomorrow", nothing in that movie made a bit of sense.

I know this is all me being anal, and they are three cool looking posters, but it's fun sometimes to point out stuff like this.

See Also: Roland Emmerich Proud Of Godzilla, Not Making Sequel / 2008 Sneak Preview - 10,000 B.C.

Disney Aquires Marvel Entertainment - The Evil Empire Grows

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Variety

Are you ready to see Spider-Man, Captain America and the X-Men singing 'It's A Small Word'? Are you ready for "Iron Man" and "Darkwing Duck" cross-over comics? Maybe Donald and Goofy will join the Avengers?

Sound far-fetched? Well all these scenarios, and more, are now possible because the Walt Disney Co. has agreed to acquire Marvel Entertainment in a stock and cash transaction worth $4 billion.

That's right, The Mouse Factory now owns Spidey and the Fantastic Four true believer!

Robert A. Iger, the president and CEO of the Walt Disney empire, said in a statement: "This transaction combines Marvel's strong global brand and world-renowned library of characters including Iron Man, Spider-Man, X-Men, Captain America, Fantastic Four and Thor with Disney's creative skills, unparalleled global portfolio of entertainment properties, and a business structure that maximizes the value of creative properties across multiple platforms and territories."

I don't know about you, but that sounds like a warning that we will be seeing a new "Marvel Babies" cartoon on the Disney Channel in the very near future.

Oh God, will Hannah Montana fall in love with Peter Parker?! Oh, the horror!


See Also: The First Look At Scarlett Johansson As The Black Widow In Iron Man 2 / Kirsten Dunst Finally Agrees To Spider-Man 4 / You Really Haven't Lived Until You Have Seen The Japanese Spider-Man TV Show /Stan Lee To Be Quest Of Honor At Wizard World Los Angeles / Pusan International Film Festival Focuses On Asian Super Heroes / Tobey Maguire Reportedly Signing On For Spider-Man 4 And 5 / Marvel Is Turning Japanese I Really Think So / Stan Lee Teams Up Hiroyuki Takei To Create Ultimo

Beavis & Butthead: The Geriatric Generation

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: WENN

Hhhahaha......we're old....hhhaahhahaa old
Hhhahaha....teenagers...ah....scare me
Yeh....they suck

Have you ever wondered what Beavis and Butthead will look like when they are old? Well, you may just find out, the creator of the dumb-ass duo, Mike Judge, wants to bring them back to television as a pair of horny old farts.

Judge revealed in a recent interview, "I kind of think of them as being either 15 or in their 60s. I wouldn't mind doing something with them as these two dirty old men sitting on the couch. In between then? I don't know. At one point I thought Butthead might do Ok on some really low-level sales job. Beavis might be landscaping."

I don't know how the 'MTV generation' will respond to a geriatric "Beavis & Butthead" series? The show worked when it was about a couple of 'dumb-ass' kids, but a show about a couple of 'dumb-ass', dirty old men, is kinda sad when you think about it.

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Haley Webb - Being The Girl Next Door Won't Save You From The Final Destination

Source: Warner Bros

Hoping it's not her time in the Warner Bros release, "The Final Destination", is Janet Cunningham, portrayed by Haley Webb. "At the beginning of the film, Janet is fairly conservative," notes Webb. "She's focused on being very neat and tidy and pristine, everything in its right place. But as the film progresses, she goes through a transformation. When confronted with the possibility of her own death, she realizes the way she's been going about her life has been a bit too prudish. Instead of giving up, though, she decides to face it head on. So in a certain way, Death sets her free."

The filmmakers thought Webb was a real find, the girl next door who's incredibly funny and charming. Her character is pursued by would-be Romeo Hunt Wynorski, for whom they needed an actor that had the kind of confidence and quick wit that the character embodies. They found what they were looking for in Nick Zano.

Of the especially freaky moments, Webb recounts, "In some of my scenes, that wasn't acting. David and the crew made things look so real that there were a couple of times when there was so much adrenaline, I almost forgot there were all these people around making sure I was safe and recording my perils for entertainment."

HALEY WEBB made her feature film debut in the action thriller "Big Game," alongside C. Thomas Howell. She will next be seen opposite Nick Stahl in the thriller "In NorthWood."

For television, Webb has appeared on the CBS series "Close to Home" and "Shark," starring James Woods.

In 2003, Webb competed in the Talent America competition, winning in both the acting and dance categories. Later that year, she moved to Los Angeles and continued to study her craft with legendary acting instructors Howard Fine, Joanne Barron and D.W. Brown.

Webb moved with her family in 2001 from her native state of Virginia to San Diego, where she was active in her high school theater department and won several awards for her performances.

Jennifer's Body - Making A Movie And A Monster

Source: 20th Century Fox

No matter how wild the on-screen action, the filmmakers were determined to infuse JENNIFER'S BODY with a realistic, naturalistic look. "As much as I love beauty in movies, it's also important that there be some kind of fundamental honesty in the design choices," notes directer Karyn Kusama. "Even if you push it and go a little over the top, which I hope we did with this movie in a positive way, there's still something truthful about it."

"My initial dialogue with Karyn was basically how to get the hyperbole of horror into this fairly mundane, Midwest setting," notes production designer Arv Greywal. "While doing some location scouting, we saw a swimming pool that was almost overgrown with vines, so we took that another step and there are literally thousands of running feet of vines in our pool set."

Nature is a major visual design thematic in the film. There are plant motifs in the girls' bedroom wallpaper, an artificial forest of denuded trees at the school dance, and a mossy tree stump serves as Jennifer's sacrificial alter. "Nature symbolizes the wild forces that are uncontrollable, the supernatural, the primal emotions that permeate this story," says director of photography M. David Mullen. "We're constantly seeing this wild, untamed nature, which gives the film a kind of fairytale quality."

Also embedded in the design is a macabre kind of natural science that portends the visceral experiences to come. "In the girls' biology class we see models of human intestines and lungs. We also have a possum in a jar of formaldehyde," notes Greywal, whose first production design assignment was horror maestro George Romero's "Land of the Dead." "There are some design themes that we draw on from classic horror movies, and we're quite overt about it in certain instances. At the pool, there's a pile of trash and the objects are all visual cliches from old horror movies, cradles, wheelchairs, broken mirrors, chandeliers, for instance."

The film's offbeat sensibility and varying types of humor were key considerations. "Sometimes we're working with a kind of deadpan humor, other times it has a macabre quality. Sometimes the humor's in the dialogue, sometimes it's in the situation, the set-up, or the image itself," Mullen explains. "Over the course of the story we travel from naturalism to expressionism. As things go more and more wrong for the characters, the lighting gets more shadowy, and things get more extreme in terms of contrast and mood. We could justify it because it's a story where almost anything is possible."

Over the course of the story, Jennifer transforms from a glittering beauty into a pale and sickly creature. Jennifer's wan look had the suntanned Megan Fox making every effort to avoid the gym and the sun. "Coming off of 'Transformers,' I was really healthy," says Fox. "I was working out all the time, and I was often at the beach. When I took on JENNIFER'S BODY, I stopped going outside so I could approach Jennifer's demon-esque coloring. I never left my house. I actually started becoming physically what she becomes."

When Jennifer feeds, her facial features transform into a hideous maw. This is achieved in a sequence of shots that showcase the artful marriage of prosthetic make-up and visual effects. "Jennifer's jaw becomes unhinged, her cheeks rip open and the inside of her mouth fills with teeth as she attacks her victims," explains VFX supervisor Erik Nordby. "Because we have a mandate to do as much as we can on camera, our makeup effects team, Greg Nicotero and Mike Fields, took the lead on developing this signature sequence. They designed the overall look that informed our approach, which entailed a series of passes with every pass fulfilling a role in what became the final shot."

"Megan has a pair of fang-like dentures that she wears in the feeding sequences," adds makeup effects artist Mike Fields. "We also had a double who wore an extended jaw and neck prosthetic, and repeated Megan's action on a separate pass. The double's prosthetic was painted green so it could be manipulated in post-production. I then stepped in with the full prosthetic puppet head for a reference shot to give visual effects the full range of motion of the jaw."

JENNIFER's jaw - and the rest of her BODY - arrive in theaters everywhere September 18.

See Also: 'Holy BS Batman! Casting Rumors Are Nothing More Than The Riddler's Tricks!' / Megan Fox Cast As Catwoman In "Gotham"? / Two New Photos Of Megan Fox In Jennifer's Body / Is Megan Fox The Sexiest Sci fi Babe Of All Time? / Top Ten Hottest Women Of 2008 / Megan Fox Turns Down Tomb Raider Role

Spend Your Valentine's Day Surrounded By Sexy Bikini Girls...Green Mutant Killer Bikini Girls

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Terence Muncy / Avery Guerra

Today I have a great video to share with you. In some ways it's a lot like a Sports Illustrated "Swimsuit" video, well, that is, if Spots Illustrated videos had green, blood-thirsty, women in them.

Terence Muncy has been scaring up a lot of publicity lately on the beaches of Florida with his latest film, "Bikini Monsters". In case you hadn't caught on yet, the film is about a bunch of 'all-American' girls who get turned into mutants by a crazed biologist with an above-average lust for mermaids.

The film will be ready for a Valentine's Day 2010 premiere.

Terence was kind enough to pass along several new photos, the DVD artwork and the teaser trailer for "Bikini Monsters" for us today. He also requested that we post some information about some items from Warbranch Productions, that he presently has up for sale, including copies of his prior two films, "Da'Monika!" and "Heathens".

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From the wicked minds of Terence Muncy and Erica Heflin comes Da'Monika!

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Okay, enough for the solicitations, now on to the photos and video:

Hey, is it wrong that I'm starting to fall for the green monster girl in the video? I mean she's kinda a unique way.

Okay, I've dated worse....haven't you?

Rob Zombie Wants To Venture Into Sci Fi With 'The Blob'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Dread Central / Avery Guerra

Film maker Rob Zombie isn't content with just scaring the crap out of us with his "Halloween" films, oh no, now he wants to scare the crap out of us with a sci fi film, namely a remake of the 1958 cult-classic "The Blob."

Zombie intends to follow his usual post movie rituals. That normally entails mixing his music and movie careers together. The film maker explains, "I usually follow a movie by putting out a record and going on tour, and I write the script during that tour," he said. "The tour will take me through Christmas."

Zombie goes on to explain that he had wanted to do something else besides pure horror and "The Blob" will give him a vehicle to do just that. "I’d been looking to break out of the horror genre, and this really is a science fiction movie about a thing from outer space. I intend to make it scary, and the great thing is, I have the freedom once again to take it in any crazy direction I want to. Even more than 'Halloween', where I had to deal with accepted iconic characters like Michael Myers and Laurie Strode. 'The Blob' is more concept than specific storyline with characters, so I can go nuts with it. My intention is not to have a big red blobby thing ... I have a totally different take, one that’s pretty dark."

Here is the plot for the original 1958 film (From IMDB):

A meteorite falls in the country of a small town, bringing a jelly creature. An old farmer is attacked by the alien in his hand, and the youths Steve Andrews and his girlfriend Jane Martin take him to Dr. T. Hallen. The local doctor treats carefully the blister, and asks Steve to investigate the location where they found the old man. When Steve returns, he sees the blob killing the doctor. Steve and Jane try to warn the police and the dwellers, but nobody believe on them, while the blob engulfs many people, getting bigger and bigger.

If you have seen the film, than you probably remember hordes of people streaming out of a movie theater while being chased by a giant mass of goo. That's pretty much the film wrapped up in one scene. People running, and

It will be interesting to see what kind of a spin Zombie can put on this one. No matter what, I'm sure it will scare us to death.

It's Spider-Man, Iron Man And The Hulk Vs The Decepticons in 'Transformers 3: The War of the Earth'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Danwei

Yes indeed, it is the Decepticons vs All-Comers in 'Transformers 3: The War of the Earth'. The evil enemies of mankind, and the Autobots, square off against Spider-Man, Iron Man, The Hulk, Ultraman and The Terminator in a battle for planet Earth.

'Transformers 3: The War of the Earth' is a fanboys dream come true as Earth's mightiest heroes go toe-to-toe with the giant robot army of the Decepticons........

.....wait.....what? No, I'm not talking about the sequel to "Transformers 2".....I'm talking about the Chinese parody of "Transformers 2" called "Transformers 3: The War of the Earth".

You didn't think I was talking about THAT "Transformers 3"? ....Oh, sorry, my bad.

No "Transformers 3: The War of the Earth" is a very well made parody of the latest "Transformers" film with some great cameos from Spider-Man, The Hulk, Iron Man, Ultraman, and many others.

Overall, the video is a great parody of product placement in American, and I suppose, Asian, action films. It seems that just about every sceen has the feel of a commercial. Look out for items like Pepsi, Bing, and about a dosen different types of cars.

There are also a lot of references to Asian pop-culture like Master Kong instant noodles, and Zeng Yike, a contestant on an American Idol inspired female talent contest called, "Super Girls." As you will quickly discover, Zeng is not the world's best singer.

I'm not going to spoil the ending, let's just say that there is a certain American action hero who steps up and saves the day.....and it's not Chuck Norris.

Of course, the clip is in Chinese, so a lot of the puns will be missed by us Westerners, but it is still very funny. I would have liked to have embeded the video here, but it has regional restrictions, so you will have to follow the link - Transformers 3: The War of the Earth

Just for fun, try and pick out all the clips from different movies used to create this video. There's more than you may think.

A New Fan Made Video Posing As 'Cloverfield 2' Clip...Or Vice Versa?

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Dread Central / Avery Guerra

Here's another story that's hard to figure out because there just isn't any info about it.

The good folks over at Dread Central have posted a video clip (See above) that they discovered over on Youtube, that they believe may be a new viral clip for "Cloverfield 2". Fact is however, they don't know what it is. It may be an early look at the "Cloverfield" sequel, or a fan made video. There just isn't any info about the clip to know for sure.

The clip shows what looks like an outside shopping center, with a Triceratops fountain, mixed in with what looks like family video of a baby. Just like in J.J. Abrams film, the serenity is interrupted by an attack by a giant monster.

It is the appearance of the monster that casts the most doubt to this being an Abrams produced clip, because it looks like came straight out of "Cloverfield".

One also has to consider that Abrams has often eluded to the sequel being a retelling of the monster's attack from a different perspective. The original monster attack on New York happened at night. This clip was made during the day.

Of course, if they were to go with a new monster attack on a different city, then the events in the clip would make sense.

What other clues do we have? Well, at the end of the clip we clearly see a street sign that says "Cloverfield." Can't get much from that.....though I doubt Abrams would put that in a clip. At the end we also see Japanese lettering and the English words 'RU THERE'. Can't get much outta that either. Abrams had Japanese connections to the original film in it's viral marketing.

So does his have anything to do with "Cloverfield 2"? dunno.

See Also: According To Abrams A Cloverfield Sequel Is In The Early Stages Of Production / The Top Ten Hottest Monsters Of 2008 / A Cloverfield Sequel Stalled By Writers Block? / The Cloverfield Action Figure...Will It Ever Get Released? / More Cloverfield Monster Clues / Cloverfield 2 In Production Or More Viral Marketing? / Will There Be A Cloverfield 2? Reeves Says...Well..Maybe? / Cloverfield - The Marketing Monster Has Reared Its Head Yet Again! /Cloverfield Sets A January Box Office Record / Cloverfield 2, A Done Deal? / Kishin's Fate, Tagruato's Corruption, And A Monster Rises In "Cloverfield: Kishin" / American News Coverage Of The Cloverfield Monsters First Attack / The Cloverfield Monster Finally Revealed? /Can Cloverfield Promote Healing In A Post 911 America? / Cloverfield - Exclusive Sneak Preview / Cloverfield Gets A PG-13 Rating/Photo On Ebay / The First Look At The Cloverfield Monster / New Cloverfield Trailer /

'Holy BS Batman! Casting Rumors Are Nothing More Than The Riddler's Tricks!'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: WENN

Megan Fox, Angelina Jolie, Cher and Kate Beckinsale as Catwoman. Shia Labeouf, Johnny Depp and Eddie Murphy as The Riddler. You know what it all adds up to? Mule Muffins! Well, at least that's what the executives at Warner Bros want you to think, and maybe they're right.

Hot on the heels of the latest Batman movie rumor, that actress Megan Fox has landed the role of Catwoman, the big cheese at Warners have felt that enough is enough, and have now spoke out on the matter.

An unnamed source has made it clear that the studio does indeed want to shoot another Batman movie, and that the project is in the very early stages, and most importantly, the producers haven't even discussed casting yet.

The representative told, "It's a rumour (The Casting of Megan Fox). It's not true. There is no script. There is no project to be cast in."

It's really hard to get a good feel on what exactly is fact, and what is fiction, in this case. It would stand to reason that even if any of the rumors that have been published were true, Warner Bros would deny them, just to keep information regarding the production a secret.

Some of the stuff has even come from reputable sources, like Sir Michael Caine, who let it slip a few months back that indeed The Riddler would be in the film. Other casting rumors have come from the actors themselves, yet, Warner Bros insists it's all bull.

Maybe it is all crapola, then again maybe Cher is going to be Catwoman? Who the heck knows? Well, probably Christopher Nolan, and he ain't talkin.

See Also: Megan Fox Cast As Catwoman In "Gotham"? / Michelle Pfeiffer Wants Her Cat Suite Back / An Interview With Model And Actress Rachel Grubb - A Gotham Goddess / Eddie Murphy Insists He's Not The Riddler / Will The Riddler Square Off Against Batman In Gotham? / Philip Seymour Hoffman As The Penguin Or Not / Kate Beckinsale Wants The Catwoman Role For Herself / Murphy As The Riddler? Weisz As Catwoman? Labeouf As Robin? Here We Go Again! / The Dark Knight Returns To Theaters January 23rd / Batman To Be Killed By Dad / Is This The End Of Bruce Wayne...Or Is It Another Publicity Stunt? / Christopher Nolan Still Denying That There Will Be Another Batman Sequel / Angelina Jolie Turns To Tera Patrick For Catwoman Advice / Don't Expect To See The Joker In The New Green Arrow Movie / The Dark Knight (2008)(Warner Bros) / The Dark Knight - Ledger Takes The Joker To A Whole New Level / The Dark Knight - Preserving The Iconic Images Of Batman & The Joker / Batman: The Dark Knight - Have Bat-Pod, Will Travel

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Masane Amaha is the primary protagonist of the Japanese anime series, "Witchblade". A very well endowed female, her assets are often used as a running gag. She is also somewhat tomboyish, not giving much care for her disposition or appearance (in fact, she was often referred to, particularly by Takayama, as a "mountain monkey") at one point. She is the bearer of the Witchblade. She seems to have become the Witchblade bearer during an event that destroyed most of Tokyo 6 years before the beginning of the series. Masane is also the caring mother of Rihoko Amaha. Although she is "Riko's" mother, Masane seems to be a little ditsy at times, making Rihoko seem like she is the responsible one. She has a very deep attachment to her daughter. However, the NSWF's Child Welfare Division wants to take Rihoko from Masane because Masane doesn't have any means of income for taking care of Rihoko and the possibility that Masane may not be the actual mother. It is then revealed at the end of episode 12 that Masane is not Rihoko's mother, but still wants to be her mother. As the bearer of the Witchblade, while fighting she gains superhuman capabilities such as enhanced regenerative abilities, speed, endurance and strength, but her normal personality is eclipsed by that of a berserker which derives an almost erotic pleasure from combat and bloodshed (though she gradually learns to control herself as the series progresses). While inactive, the Witchblade appears as a silver bracelet with a red jewel on her right wrist which she can never remove. While active, the blade produces a black and silver armor that covers her body and gives her an extendable blade on her right arm. In this state, her hair color changes to red and grows longer. After Masane unlocks the full power of the Witchblade the armor changes to red and purple, and gives her two blades on both arms. In this state her hair color becomes white and she seems to be able to use it in offensive moves, shown when she uses it to destroy a police car. Towards the end of the series, as the Witchblade's power begins to break down Masane's body, her hair color changes from red to white while in an "enhanced" state. Masane is doomed from the very beginning of the series: as the wielder of the Witchblade she cannot remove it without cutting her own arm, and while using the power of the monstrous artifact, her body starts to give in and crumble (to the point of her senses becoming dulled and, in the case of taste, disappearing completely). Knowing that after her death the Witchblade would seek her daughter, as Masane herself is nothing but a temporary host, she chooses death, and so dies in the end of the last episode, obliterating herself, seemingly the Witchblade, and the huge army of I-weapons that came to destroy her. What remains of her is just a shell given to her by her daughter as a gift, which is given to Rihoko, carried by one of the many stardust-like particles created in the aftermath of Masane's sacrifice.

Megan Fox Cast As Catwoman In "Gotham"?

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: WENN

For months now there has be speculation on whether Catwoman would appear in Christopher Nolan's follow-up to the mega-hit "The Dark Knight", reportedly called "Gotham." Along with this speculation has come a long list of potential femme felines that includes Cher, Kate Beckinsale, Angelina Jolie, Rachel Weisz and even the actress who played the character in the 1992 film "Batman Returns", Michelle Pfeiffer.

Today the British tabloid, The Sun, is reporting that Megan Fox has landed the role and will be on set alongside Christian Bale and Michael Caine when filming begins early next year.

Undoubtedly, adding Fox to the film would be a 'hot' ticket item, as if a film like 'Gotham' needed one, that would get more fanboys in the seats, as if just the fact that it is a Christopher Nolan 'Batman' film wasn't enough.

Now, I don't think that I need to point out the fact that this news comes from The Sun, a tabloid, so obviously this could just be fodder.

Fox is set to make young men drool all over themselves in the upcoming dark comedy "Jennifer's Body", which will be released September 18th.

No word on whether Eddy Murphy will be playing The Riddler yet. No....really....that's the rumor.

See Also: Michelle Pfeiffer Wants Her Cat Suite Back / An Interview With Model And Actress Rachel Grubb - A Gotham Goddess / Eddie Murphy Insists He's Not The Riddler / Will The Riddler Square Off Against Batman In Gotham? / Philip Seymour Hoffman As The Penguin Or Not / Kate Beckinsale Wants The Catwoman Role For Herself / Murphy As The Riddler? Weisz As Catwoman? Labeouf As Robin? Here We Go Again! / The Dark Knight Returns To Theaters January 23rd / Batman To Be Killed By Dad / Is This The End Of Bruce Wayne...Or Is It Another Publicity Stunt? / Christopher Nolan Still Denying That There Will Be Another Batman Sequel / Angelina Jolie Turns To Tera Patrick For Catwoman Advice / Don't Expect To See The Joker In The New Green Arrow Movie / The Dark Knight (2008)(Warner Bros) / The Dark Knight - Ledger Takes The Joker To A Whole New Level / The Dark Knight - Preserving The Iconic Images Of Batman & The Joker / Batman: The Dark Knight - Have Bat-Pod, Will Travel

Two New Photos Of Megan Fox In Jennifer's Body / Is Megan Fox The Sexiest Sci fi Babe Of All Time? / Top Ten Hottest Women Of 2008 / Megan Fox Turns Down Tomb Raider Role

Lauren Bacall Urges Vampire Movie Fans To Watch 'Nosferatu' Not 'Twilight'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: WENN

Now even Hollywood legend, Lauren Bacall, has chimed in with some choice words about the 'Twilight' movie craze that has gripped Amrica's youth in it's fangs.

According to Bacall, the actress recently sat down with her grandchildren to watch 'Twilight' because she wanted to see what they were so excited about. Needless to say, she was very disappointed in what she saw, and decided to give her granddaughter an 'education' on what a 'real' vampire film should be.

To accomplish this Bacall made the youth watch the 1922 film "Nosferatu."

The famed actress wrote this on her page, "Yes, I saw Twilight - my granddaughter made me watch it, she said it was the greatest vampire film ever. After the 'film' was over I wanted to smack her across her head with my shoe, but I do not want a (tell-all) book called Grannie Dearest written on me when I die. So instead I gave her a DVD of Murnau's 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu and told her, 'Now that's a vampire film!' And that goes for all of you! Watch Nosferatu instead!"

Amen Lauren! You tell it as it is! Time we all got these young ones straightened out!

Jason Vorhees And Some Top Line Screem Queens Sign On For 'Haunting Kira'

Source: Rachel Grubb

The first actor to play the iconic madman of the highest grossing horror franchise of all time, the better half of the "Re-Animator" and a duo of upcoming Scream Queens have been added to the cast of Teresa Fahs' zombie project "Haunting Kira."

It was announced in July that Rachel Grubb, star of the indie horror films "Tales of the Dead," "13 Hours in a Warehouse," "Strip Club Slasher," "Camp Kill" and "Cave Women on Mars," will play the film's lead character, a ghost that has reanimated a rotting corpse. Now not only have fellow Scream Queens Monique Dupree and Donna Hamblin joined the cast, but so has Ari Lehman, best known as Jason Vorhees of "Friday the 13th" and Katheen Kinmont of "Bride of Re-Animator."

Lehman portrayed young Jason rising from the dark waters of Crystal Lake at the end of Sean Cunningham's 1980 classic. The actor since went on to become a musician and currently fronts the metal band First Jason. In 2006, Lehman got back into acting and has since appeared in five indie horror films.

"I got a chance to work with Ari on 'Terror Overload,'" Grubb said. "He was a blast to work with, and quite hilarious as Ray Rae in the 'Mongo Chupa' segment. I knew he would be great."

"Haunting Kira" producer Chad Clinton Freeman (Regan Redding's "Killer Biker Chicks," Shane Ryan's "Amateur Porn Star Killer 3D," "Super Undead Doctor Roach") said Lehman will be playing the role of a cab driver when "Haunting Kira" shoots in Las Vegas in early 2010.

"Jason Vorhees driving a cab, loose on the streets of Las Vegas; If that's not scary, I don't know what is," Freeman joked. "But seriously, casting Lehman is one of the many fun things we have planned with this project. Hopefully we will be able to disclose all casting details before Halloween so that genre fans can get as excited about this movie as myself and writer/director Teresa Fahs are."

Among the talent the duo is excited about are their Scream Queens. So far they have nabbed Katheen Kinmont, who was also Kelly Meeker in "Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers," and three of horror's up and coming beauties. Monique Dupree, Donna Hamblin and Rachel Grubb are all featured in David Byron's latest book “Queens of Scream: The New Blood.”

Dupree, who has starred in close to 30 films, is often referred to as the First Black Scream Queen. Recently she appeared in "Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast," "Plan 9," "Satan Hates You" and "Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned."

Hamblin has become a regular in the recent works of Ted V. Mikels ("Astro-Zombies M3: Cloned," "Demon Haunt ," "Cauldron: Baptism of Blood") and can also be seen in the grindhouse throwbacks "Killer Biker Chicks" and "At the House of Madness."

"I am excited to be added to what already is shaping up to be a great cast," Hamblin said. "I'm looking forward to working with Rachel and Monique, and I can't wait to see who Chad and Teresa announce next."

Other talent already nabbed for the film includes Ted LeBlang ("Dirty Martini"), Derek Houck ("Absent"), Kim Sønderholm ("The Horror Vault," "Craig"), Leo Limauco ("Devotion"), Reagan Pfifer ("Black Sunday"), Erik A. Williams (Eric Stanze's "Ratline," "The Heart: Final Pulse"), Joe Hammerstone ("Monsterpiece Theatre Volume 1," Kevin Strange's "CockHammer") and newcomers Daniel Nagelhout and Alexis Borghi.

"This is a sort of who's who in independent horror," Freeman said, pointing out the film will be Michael Su. It will be the third zombie film for the director of photography. Su previously shot and directed "The Revolting Dead" and "Doomed." He also directed, the yet to be distributed, gem "My Demon Within."

Fahs, dubbed the Goddess of Gore, has described "Haunting Kira" as a strange trip that is like "Being John Malkovich" meets "The Shining" meets "Night of the Living Dead." Erik A. Williams, also an associate producer on the film, has said he feels it's "a thrilling take on horror and a genuinely great ghost story."

Already the film has been offered distribution and is getting quite a bit of buzz online. Former "Lifestyles Of The Rich and Famous" host Robin Leach has blogged about it and genre site has said the film has "major potential."

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'20th Century Boys 3: Redemption' Has Duel World Premiere in Japan And US

Source: MediaLab

NEW PEOPLE, a dynamic entertainment destination bringing the latest examples of Japanese popular culture to North American shores, presents a very special world premiere the final chapter of the 20th Century Boys trilogy of live-action films – 20th Century Boys 3: Redemption – this Friday, August 28th at the newly opened VIZ Cinema located in the heart of San Francisco’s historic Japantown. The special world premiere will take place simultaneously with the theatrical release of the film in Japan and will continue to play at the venue through September 3rd. For schedule and ticket information, please visit

The 20th Century Boys film trilogy is based on a critically-acclaimed manga (graphic novel) series created by Naoki Urasawa that was a national phenomenon in Japan, selling over 24 million copies. Excitement and anticipation for the release of the final chapter has built steadily from fans because the ending of the film is markedly different from the original manga series that inspired it.

VIZ Cinema is the nation’s first movie theatre devoted exclusively to Japanese film and anime. The 143-seat subterranean theatre is located in the basement of the NEW PEOPLE building and features plush seating, digital as well as 35mm projection, and a THX®-certified sound system. 20th Century Boys 1: Beginning of the End plays at VIZ Cinema until August 27th (matinee only), while 20th Century Boys 2: The Last Hope runs through August 28th.

Directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi and presented in partnership with Nippon Television, the 20th Century Boys saga begins in 1969 when a young boy named Kenji and his friends write “The Book of Prophecy.” In the book, they write about a future where they fight against an evil organization trying to take over the world and bring about Doomsday. Years later in 1997, a mysterious cult being led by a man only known as “Friend” has emerged and gained strong influence over society. A series of catastrophic events begin to occur, mirroring the prophecies made up by the young Kenji.

Now in 2019, could the catastrophe written in The New Book of Prophecy be happening for real? What’s the true purpose of Friend’s evil plan? Who’s the real savior to that will stand up against him?

In the final film, the year is Friend Era Year 3 (2017 A.D.) and the World President, Friend, rules humanity. After a deadly virus ravages Tokyo, a wall is built around the city and inhabitants’ lives have been severely restricted. Friend tells everyone that on August 20th, aliens will destroy mankind and only those who believe in him will be saved. But a movement to stop Friend is in motion. Is protagonist Kenji really still alive? What is Friend’s plan for August 20th? Will the mystery behind the true identity of Friend be uncovered? All of the prophecies, schemes and plans will be finally revealed in the saga’s exciting concluding chapter.

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Mazinger Z - Soul Of Chogokin Action Figure

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Amazing Mazinger! Directly imported from Japan in original packaging comes this Mazinger Z action figure. Package measures approximately 7 3/4-inches tall x 8 3/4-inches wide x 3 1/2-inches long.

Worried about smudging your super awesome Mazinger? As an added bonus, a special pair of cleaning gloves and cloth are included to keep Mazinger bright and shiny.

Mazinger Z (Majingā Zetto), known as Tranzor Z in United States, is a Super Robot manga and anime series created by Go Nagai. The first manga version was serialized in Shueisha Weekly Shōnen Jump from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in Kodansha TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974. In December 1972, the anime version premiered on Fuji Television. The TV series ended September 1, 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time of the TV show.

Mazinger Z is a gigantic Super Robot, constructed with a fictitious metal called Super-Alloy Z (Chōgokin Zetto), which is forged from a new element (Japanium) mined from a reservoir found only in the sediment of Japan's Mt. Fuji. The mecha was built by Professor Juzo Kabuto as a secret weapon against the forces of evil, represented in the series by the Mechanical Beasts (mecha used for evil purposes) of Dr. Hell. The latter was the German member of a Japanese archeological team, which discovered ruins of a lost pre-Grecian civilization on an island named Bardos (or Birdos, although some inconsistent translations have identified the island as being the actual Greek island of Rhodes); the civilization was loosely based on the ancient Mycenae, and was called the Mycene Empire in the series. One of their findings was that the Mycene used an army of steel titans about 20 meters in height (compare with the Greek legend of Talos). Finding prototypes of those titans underground which could be remote-controlled and realizing their immense power on the battlefield, Dr. Hell goes insane and has all the other scientists of his research team killed except for Professor Kabuto, who manages to escape. The lone survivor goes back to Japan and attempts to warn the world of its imminent danger. Meanwhile, Dr. Hell establishes his headquarters on a mobile island, and plans to use the Mechanical Beasts to become the new ruler of the world. To counter this, Kabuto constructs Mazinger Z and manages to finish it just before being killed by a bomb planted by Hell’s right-hand 'man', Baron Ashura, a half-man, half-woman being. As he is dying, he manages to inform his grandson Kouji Kabuto about the robot and its use. Kouji becomes the robot’s pilot, and from that point on battles both the continuous mechanical monsters, and the sinister henchmen sent by Doctor Hell in every episode.

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Russell T Davies Talks About The Future In The Latest Issue Of 'Torchwood' Magazine

Written By: Ken Hulsey

After the incredible mini-series "Torchwood: Children of Earth", you would think that Russell T Davies would be spent. After all, he has just finished up, what very well may be, the greatest bit of British sci fi to ever grace the small screen. You would think that he would be somewhat frightened about having to come up with new shows that would either equal, or top, the events that transpired during this last season of "Torchwood."

You would think that, but that's not the case at all. Apparently Davies is already mapping out the next episodes of the show and he already has a good feel for how the show is going to move forward.

“I could write you scene one of series four right now”, says Davies. “I know exactly how to pick it up. I’ve got a shape in mind, and I’ve got stories. I know where you’d find Gwen and Rhys, and their baby, and Jack, and I know how you’d go forward with a new form of Torchwood.”

At this point, it will be up to the BBC to determine if the show goes back to an episode-by-episode format, or if the series will continue on like "Children of Earth, as one continuous episode, shown over multiple nights. Either way, Davies is ready.

“If the BBC asked for another 13 one-part stories, that’s what we’d do”, explains Davies, "I’m ready for anything, but I think it works well as one continuous story. But if the BBC decide they want 13 one-offs, I’ll suddenly decide that’s the best format in the world!”

It would be hard to argue with wanting to produce another mini-series event for "Torchwood" after the huge success of "Children of Earth" on both sides of the Atlantic.

Despite the deaths of three of the shows main characters, something that would cripple most programs, the popularity of "Torchwood" seems to be at a high point, a fact that will certainly make the BBC think carefully about the future of the show.

At this point there is no news about 'bumping-up' the filming schedule of the series to try and ride the 'wave' created by "Children of Earth." So far it is business as usual for Davies and his production team. Fans will just have to wait until next year to find out what happens to Jack, Gwen and Rhys.

That time will seem like an eternity for us "Torchwood" fans who were left wanting more after watching "Children of Earth."

Read more about Russell T Davies remarks in "Torchwood Magazine" - HERE

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Whiteout - Fighting For Your Life On Screen And Behind The Scenes

Source: Warner Bros

Seeking a practical location that would evoke the cold, the barren spaces and utter remoteness of the South Pole, the filmmakers for the upcoming Warner Bros release, "Whiteout", relied upon executive producer Don Carmody, a veteran of nearly 40 Canadian-based productions, who says simply, "I know where the snow is."

Carmody adds, "The first lesson about snow is that it generally doesn't stay where you want it. It can be hard to find a place that will be iced over for the time you need it. Since this was meant to represent Antarctica, we not only needed snow but an expanse of flat surfaces to recreate those incredible South Pole vistas and a frozen lake that would support a set." Following an encounter with an inquisitive polar bear while scouting locations in Churchill ("It was as big as a Volkswagen," he swears), Carmody and production designer Graham "Grace" Walker found what they needed outside of Gimli, Manitoba.

Arriving on set to shoot the exterior scenes of the film was a bracing experience for the cast. Says Tom Skerritt, "It didn't have to be Antarctica. Manitoba is plenty cold. Everywhere you look, the ice is endless." At times during the shoot, the mercury at the Northern Canadian locale dropped lower than numbers logged that day at the South Pole.

Having worked in Budapest, Prague and other parts of Canada, Kate Beckinsale believed she had a fair tolerance for cooler climes, but concedes, "This was a whole new level of cold. My first breath outside made me cough like my throat was seizing up. People were walking around with frost on their eyelashes and in their beards."

To allay anxiety and help protect the cast and crew, production managers provided everyone with what Beckinsale jokingly calls "a telephone directory on all the different ways to die or be injured from the elements: frostbite, hypothermia, exposure. It was terrifying. Columbus and I were convinced we'd never get out of there alive."

"Yeah, the smart people on set didn't read that," Macht teases.

Aside from the camaraderie it fostered, one practical advantage to the weather was how it allowed for protective padding under clothing for the high-impact stunt scenes. At the same time, that posed its own challenge. Says producer Downey, "It takes a lot of effort to move around with all those layers. The logistics of just getting from point A to B, let alone staging an action sequence, can be exhausting."

Beckinsale rises to the challenge physically in "Whiteout," in which the action unfolds not as superhero fantasy but as a series of gritty life-and-death struggles between people desperate to survive. In that respect, notes Joel Silver, she brings credibility and tenacity to the character. "She makes you believe that she will use her gun and her fists and anything else that is available to her when she has to."

Says Beckinsale, "The action is based in reality and I think that will make it more intense for audiences because they might imagine what they would do in the same situation. Stetko is not some fearless, invincible being with superpowers, scaling walls and fighting off 14 attackers simultaneously; it's not that kind of movie. She's often taken by surprise and reacts on a gut level."

"Whiteout" placed Macht under the tutelage of stunt coordinator Steve Lucescu for the second time, following their work together on "The Recruit" in 2003. Says the actor, "It was like roughhousing with my brothers, growing up. I had a great time playing around in the snow with the stunt crew. It brought back fond memories."

During one perilous pursuit, characters best described as hunter and prey confront each other while clinging blindly to rope guidelines, or "storm lines," to avoid being blown into oblivion by the gale force winds of an Antarctic whiteout. Writers Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes orchestrated this sequence, involving multiple colored ropes connecting the various out-buildings of the Amundsen-Scott. "It's like fishing line, and you have to hook into it to get from here to there. There's a green line, a yellow line, a blue line... and we have people crossing from one to another, constantly changing course," Carey explains.

Adding to the risk, Chad cautions, "is not knowing which way to move when one end of the line leads to safety and the other end could deliver you into the waiting arms of a killer. You can't see. When you feel the rope ahead of you tightening it means someone else has just hooked onto that line. But how far away is he and which direction is he moving in?"

As the characters grapple with one another, some of these lines are severed, propelling them wildly out of control. Lucescu used winches, computer-calibrated to each actor's measurements, to safely monitor their acceleration and deceleration across the ice.

Still, there were moments when Beckinsale fought to remain upright. "She got knocked over several times," Sena remembers. "Kate has a small frame, so when she got too close to a fan it could blow her off her feet. But she kept getting up; she was a real trouper. We dragged her across the ice. There are many things a stunt double can do but you want audiences to see the actors' faces and know it's them as much as possible. I had a fantastic cast. We put them through hell and I couldn't have asked for more enthusiasm and commitment. I just hope their bruises have healed now and that they've forgiven me."

An hour's drive from Gimli and an approximate two hours from Winnipeg, the "Whiteout" set took over a spit of private land jutting into Lake Manitoba that offered multiple shooting angles guaranteed not to catch a tree line or hint of cityscape. Best of all, the shallow lake provided four feet of solid ice. The downside, Don Carmody explains, was that everything had to be brought in, "from gear to steel beams to Porta-Potties. There was no electricity, nothing." The first arrivals laid roads and an air strip so the rest of the crew could get in.

Grace Walker, marking his fifth collaboration with Joel Silver on "Whiteout," notes that the producer is always looking for "something fresh, something that hasn't been seen before." This gave him some creative leeway in presenting the American Antarctic base, especially inside.

"In keeping with the almost lunar landscape at the South Pole, the idea was to build a research center that looked a little like you would imagine a space colony to look like," says Silver.

Thinking "modern but functional and industrial," Walker used floor tiles on the walls, with exposed piping and stainless steel to get good reflections. "The walls are primarily pinboard, appropriately lightweight and cheap to take to the South Pole. By comparison, Vostok is older and shabbier with a 1960s or '70s vibe, which is true to life because Vostok doesn't have the funds the Americans have for their base. There were no practical locations, every scene in the movie is something we created from scratch," the designer says, adding that the first floor was a physical set but the upper levels, where no action takes place, were CGI extensions.

"The challenge was timing," Downey explains. "Gimli gets so frigid at a certain time of year that nails just shatter when they're hit by a hammer. At the other end of the schedule, beyond a certain period, the lake begins to melt under you."

"Of course, it was our luck that Manitoba was having the warmest winter on record," Sena laughs, though emphasizing that "warm" is a relative term. He and cinematographer Chris Soos had to rely on cameras specially oiled to resist freezing, with special heating units attached to each magazine just to keep the film running.

The construction crew, a combined force of set specialists and local carpenters, faced a number of interesting logistical problems: equipment would freeze and stop working, cables would crack, high winds struck down newly raised walls, supply trucks got stuck in the snow and generators seized. In addition, the lake bed was too fragile to support the weight of standard cranes so the visiting team learned from the locals how to rig Bobcats to hoist siding into place.

Trucks delivering bolts or wall panels and larger pieces built in warehouses in Winnipeg often got delayed in transit. "There was always at least one tow truck bringing up the rear when we traveled to the set because invariably one of the convoy would slide off the road and need to be retrieved," Sena recalls.

Oddly, in a place where cold was taken for granted, one of the biggest issues was spot-thawing, which wreaked havoc on the newly constructed sets. The temperature might be minus-30, but if the sun came out and hit the steel beams they would soak it up. That, plus the weight of the steel itself, would begin to melt the foundation they rested upon just enough to shift the whole structure. Ultimately, the steel was insulated against the sun's rays, and foundations shored up with gravel.

Striking sets and moving out was another race against the clock with its own perverse humor. Says lead carpenter Tony Parkin, "A day before we got word to pull the set down, the weather changed from minus-15 to plus-2 and it rained. We could have traded our overalls for skin-diving suits for the amount of water that suddenly appeared. The whole place turned into a marsh and we were constantly sinking. At one point we had three trucks hooked up to each other and a crane to pull the first truck out of the mud."

Volunteers from the nearby communities of Gimli and Eriksdale lent their help, and portions of the set not earmarked for additional filming were left in their hands to be recycled into a planned daycare center. The crew also took care not to leave anything behind that could end up in the lake and be toxic to fish and other wildlife.

Production then moved the outdoors indoors, transporting and recreating the pieces of their set like a giant jigsaw puzzle on soundstages in Montreal.

"We wanted the big whiteout storm scene on stage where we could control it and that meant moving the foundations of four interconnecting buildings, the station and airplane hangar, to Montreal. We then used giant fans to blast them with fake snow, really beat them up with tons of salt," says Sena.

The special effects crew created a variety of indoor snow: some lightweight for blowing in the background, some in blanket form, some designed for having boots sunk into and some to blow onto the actors. Additionally, 120 tons of sand was mounded up and covered with 12 tons of salt to create giant drifts.

By Gabriel Macht's estimation, it was the artificial snow that caused more difficulty than anything they had encountered on the Gimli ice, mainly because it tended to adhere to skin. "Some scenes required a lot of physical exertion and that meant heavy breathing, so we needed to keep our passages open. The stuff got into our mouths and ears and up our noses. There was no avoiding it."

Fellow faux-snow victim Alex O'Loughlin offers his own take on it. "It's starch and salt, so you felt like you'd been rolling around in pizza dough all day."

Whether manufacturing snow, building sets on a frozen lake or staging a full-scale whiteout, every effort was made to offer entry into a world that few will ever experience.

Says Sena. "Rather than taking a stylized approach, I wanted to bring this story to the screen in a realistic way and present this environment as true to life. Antarctica is such an unforgiving place, and the whiteout is a powerful phenomenon. When those things hit you can't see three feet in front of you and your life expectancy can drop to minutes. It really makes a compelling setting for a mystery."

"The idea was to transport audiences to Antarctica. We want them to feel the cold, the fear, the isolation and the will to survive in this extraordinarily difficult and alien environment," says Silver, before advising with a smile: "Better bring a sweater."

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The Bloody Rage Of Bigfoot - Two Hot Girls On A Motorcycle

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: James Baack / Avery Guerra

Just about every pure-blooded American man, who likes women, has taken a gander at the pages of "Easy Rider Magazine", a monthly collection of hot girls posed on motorcycles. Of course, it's not the motorcycles that bring thousands of readers a month to the magazine, no it's the fact that the girls that pose with the bikes are, nine times out of ten, topless or naked. As Hugh Hefner learned early on, that is a sure fire formula to get people, okay men, to read your magazine.

Likewise James Baack has learned that posing hot girls on a motorcycle is sure fire way to get people to see his movie, in this case "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot."

Now, you may ask yourself, "What in the heck does a couple of hotties on a bike have to do with a movie about Bigfoot?" Well, the answer to that is, "not much." Okay, the two aforementioned 'hotties' are the stars of the film, namely Andrea Hutchison, who plays "Satantha, and Tina Boivin, who plays "Loosey-Fur", are better looking than Sasquatch and probably better suited for advertising purposes.

In fact, I will go out on a limb here and state that Baack would have been better served to make a movie about Andrea and Tina on motorcycles (and with guns...another Baack promo photo idea), then the gory Bigfoot movie has been shooting over the past year. Something more like Regan Redding's latest film, "Killer Biker Chicks."

The film looks crazy, honestly it will be a wild one, trust me.

Baack is presently wrapping up the shooting for "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot", despite tornadoes and crazed Illinois Bigfoot fans. The director is now hopping for an early 2010 release for the film, with a premiere that he promises, ".....will give a new meaning to the phrase 'Shock and Awe!'"

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