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The Gates Of Hell Open In ‘Little Creeps’ Trailer

Little-Creeps

Directed by Brad Leo Lyon, and starring oe Estevez, Maniac Cop‘s Robert Z’Dar, Dustin Diamond, Lark Voorhies, Brad Leo Lyon, and Aurelian Smith aka Jake the Snake Roberts, comes the indie comedy Little Creeps. We’ve just now landed the film’s official trailer.

The Demonicron is REAL! At least that’s what obsessed college professor Vern Drake (Joe Estevez) believes about a book said to open the gateway to hell. This leads to ridicule by his colleagues Cordell (Robert Z’dar) and Donnely (Dustin Diamond) as well as his students, which include screwball jocks Alex and Brock (Brad Leo Lyon) who is the son of pro wrestling legend Richard Hertz (Aurelian Smith). Pushed over the edge after being fired by the dean (Lark Voorhies), Drake locates the book and plans to conjure the demons from within its pages to get his revenge. However, when he only manages to translate half the words required to summon them, he only gets half sized demons. Now the demons are anxious to prove that though they are half the size, they are double the trouble!

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  • Radicalex

    How to make a low-budget horror flick in the post-Scream self-aware age:

    1. Realize you don’t have enough money to make a good movie.
    2. Make a horror-comedy instead, with awesomely popular pop culture elements like zombies, ninjas, or pirates. These things are funny because they’re awesome!
    3. Hire 1 ex-wrestler and some actors from a goofy sitcom whose acting abilities have apparently declined from the already low standard set by aforementioned sitcom, solely for the kitsch factor. Kitsch = comedy!
    4. Commission a painting for your film from someone who’s never seen art before.
    5. You’re done! Congratulations: you have now made a movie that is making the world just a little bit worse.

    My apologies to the makers of this film, but this just brought out the worst in me.

  • Mathijs

    I’m actually looking forward for this movie, Robert Z’Dar and Joe Estevez are great. Plus I watched the trailer and the demons were looking cool in my opinion. So yup, I think this could be fun. I just wish I knew where/when/if it’s available on DVD (already)…