|release date||July 20 2010|
|studio||First Look Studios|
|starring||Bill Moseley, Lin Shaye, Nivek Ogre, Asa Wykoff, Katy Johnson, Alex Luria, Larayia Gaston, Andrea, Leon, Christ, Campbell, Trevor Wright, Jordan Yale Levin, Miles Dougal, Christopher McDaniel, Nicole Rae, Adam Robitel, Ryan Fleming, Kathryn Le, Alana Curr|
|tagline||A Slice of Southern Hospitality!|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisThis time around the Southern residents of Pleasant Valley take their cannibalistic Guts N' Glory Jamboree on the road to Iowa where they encounter spoiled Northern heiresses Rome and Tina Sheraton and the cast and crew of their "Road Rascals" reality show. Performing "The Bloodiest Show on Earth," our Southern Maniacs prove to be more than ratings killers.
The work of H.G. Lewis is among the most important in the annals of horror film history. Starting off as a director of “nudie-cuties” in the 60s, he ventured into unknown territory in 1963 with Blood Feast, which is considered by most to be the first gore film. Taking into consideration the violent and bizarre nature of the film, his subsequent projects from then on out were catered to the drive-in theatre market and he soon became an underground legend. And out of all the great films that we would grow to love, few stand out like Two Thousand Maniacs, about vengeful Confederate spirits who lure Yankees into the town of Pleasant Valley to dismember and, in some instances, devour them. Essentially, it’s a campy, gory variation on the musical Brigadoon, with some catchy tunes thrown in for good measure. …Read More