|release date||November 15 2006|
|studio||Mad Creator Productions|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisStash and Hub, two redneck ghouls, take a journey through an ancient graveyard to do what ghouls have done for centuries: grave defiling, necrophilia and cannibalism. On their midnight walk, they rant about their idiosyncrasies. But this morbid journey to feast on the dead does not unfold as it has the numerous nights before. Stash and Hub have raided the resting place of the deceased one too many times and the dead do not take lightly being fed on for centuries.
Enter a world that has no prepositions of time or space in this character driven short film that stands outside of any genre. It verges on comedy with its cynical dark wit. It dabbles in horror with its exhumed graves, corpses and Lovecraftian monsters. It reeks of social commentary with its dialogue of social rejection, family recipes and traumatic cartoons from childhood. It is a cinematic representation of rock and roll, EC horror comics, drunken philosophy and a barnyard ho down. Taste the flavors of 50s B films, German Expressionism and stop motion effects (a la Harryhausen/Obrien) using real meat.
This past week I was one of the lucky individuals who attended the World Premiere of Gris Grimly’s short film CANNIBAL FLESH RIOT! In Hollywood, CA. If you’re unaware of who Gris Grimly is, he’s the artist behind the Mad Creator products and quickly becoming an infamous storyteller. You’ve read his books and his rhymes… now you can see how it translates to the big screen! …Read More