Coming off a successful summer tour (The Peaches Christ Experience in 4-D!), All About Evil is getting the limited edition DVD treatment from Peaches Christ Productions, who will self-distribute the title starting on December 1st via Peaches’ site. To celebrate the release, the site is offering an extra $5 off purchases if its pre-ordered before “street date” (and by street, they must mean ship, because it isn’t going to be available anywhere else as of this moment).
Born from the loins of the cult-film underground, All About Evil is an over-the-top black comedy that tells the wicked story of Deborah (Natasha Lyonne of American Pie), a mousy librarian who inherits her father’s beloved but failing movie house. In order to save the family business, she discovers her inner serial killer and starts turning out a series of grisly shorts; gathering a legion of gore-hungry fans. What they don’t realize is that the murders in the movies are too real and the audience may become Deborah’s next victims! All About Evil marks the directorial debut of San-Francisco based, “Midnight Mass” movie impresario and recent SF Bay Guardian 2010 Goldie Award winner Joshua Grannell, who is also the alter ego of Peaches Christ, who makes a cameo in the film. The film also showcases a cavalcade of genre talent including Thomas Dekker (Gregg Araki’s upcoming Kaboom!), Noah Segan (Dead Girl), John Waters’ cult icon Mink Stole and Cassandra `Elvira’ Peterson (“Elvira’s Movie Macabre”).
Bonus features include:
* FULL LENGTH AUDIO COMMENTARY by writer/director JOSHUA GRANNELL.
* EVIL LIVE, documentary of the All About Evil premiere in San Francisco.
* BEHIND THE EVIL, making of All About Evil documentary.
* GRINDHOUSE: short film which inspired All About Evil.
* CHILDREN OF THE POPCORN: brand new short film that gives you an exclusive glimpse of Peaches Christ’s empire.
* the Peaches Christ ROLL-IN video
* ORIGINAL THEATRICAL TRAILER
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