A cross-country road trip for a group of friends takes a turn for the worse when one of them drops acid.
Got 5 minutes? Here’s Going Down, a new short directed by Paul Solet (Grace) for Black Box TV. It stars Marc Senter and Dinora Walcott with music by Solet’s Grace composer, Austin Wintory.
In the short, “Gunther Cleary has his whole day mapped out, but a simple elevator ride shows him that life doesn’t always go as planned.”
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The Devil’s Carnival – the latest musical from Darren Lynn Bousman (Repo: The Genetic Opera, Saw 2-4, Mother’s Day) is headed back out on the road after a successful 40 date tour earlier this year. It all kicks off at 11:59PM on July 13th during the San Diego Comic-Con at the Gaslamp Theatre (tickets here)! We attended the premiere of the event back in April and you are welcome to read our positive recap.
But before the Devil continues his road show, Bloody Disgusting has landed an exclusive clip that ties into a pretty cool promotion. In this scene, Lucifer (Zdunich) reads the classic fable “The Scorpion and the Frog” as the slick and charming Scorpion (Marc Senter) croons “Trust Me” to his gullible frog gal, Tamara (Jessica Lowndes). Aided by the lovely Painted Doll (Emilie Autumn), The Scorpion uses a knife-thrower’s deadly accuracy to strike love into Tamara’s heart. But once she takes his bait, this Lothario can’t help but reveal his true, venomous nature.
In short, creators Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich want to hear your cover of “Trust Me”, a lethal lullaby from their new musical movie. The most infernally inspired videos will be screened in front of thousands on The Devil’s Carnival 24-City EncoreTour! (Tickets for all shows are available here.)
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A Night Of Nightmares, from director Buddy Giovinazzo (Maniac 2, Combat Shock, Life Is Hot In Cracktown), is an official Fantasia Fest selection and stars Marc Senter (The Devil’s Carnival), Elissa Dowling (The Theatre Bizarre) and Jason London (Dazed And Confused). Now, Twitch has landed the synopsis and poster for the project.
In the film, “Mark Lighthouse is on his way to interview a subject for his underground music blog. Ginger, his newest singing discovery, is living in an old house up in the mountains, where she’s agreed to give him an interview and cook him dinner.
At the house, Ginger is not only talented but an exotic beauty as well. Mark starts his video interview and he and Ginger hit it off right away. They banter good-naturedly, their time together is easy. When Ginger gets a strange call from the eccentric owner of the mountain house, Cliff Tanner, they both laugh over his old-fashioned “down home” simplicity.
Throughout the interview in the house, small things occur. Keys are missing, a door is open that was shut earlier, music plays from a record player. It all seems harmless until Ginger’s psychotic ex-high school teacher, Phil, appears with a gun. Just released from prison after nine years for raping Ginger when she was 15 years old, he’s tracked her down to be with her, forever.”
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A 55-minute experimental short about a carnival run by the devil.
In the film, sinners are invited to a theme park where they endure the repetition of their transgressions. What chances do a conniving kleptomaniac, a gullible teenager, and an obsessed father stand when facing their own moral failings? Lucifer and his colorful cast of singing carnies invite you to grab a ticket to The Devil’s Carnival to find out!
Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich’s The Devil’s Carnival will be four-walled and taken on the road, Repo style, later this year. But you can get a sneak peek right now.
Bill Mosely, Slipknot’s The Clown, Ivan Moody, Briana Evigan, J. Larose, Alexa Vega, Ogre, Paul Sorvino, Marc Senter, and Sean Patrick Flannery and I’m sure tons of others star in this 45-minute experimental short about a carnival run by the devil.
Recently the folks at Inside Horror visited the set and they resurfaced with this brief behind the scenes look and chat with director Darren Lynn Bousman.
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Seriously, this movie is only going to be 45 minutes long, right? So is it just going to be a bunch of people introducing themselves? We’ll see! Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Devil’s Carnival wrapped shooting a few weeks back but is still making casting announcements. It’s like the Tupac of wrapped movies.
Fans on the official site’s forums already know that the cast now consists of Repo! The Genetic Opera co-creator Terrance Zdunich, as well as Repo! stars Alexa Vega, Ogre (from Skinny Puppy) and Paul Sorvino. Emilie Autumn, Sean Patrick Flanery, Bill Moseley, Briana Evigan, Marc Senter, Slipknot’s “The Clown” and Ivan Moody (from Five Finger Death Punch) are part of the cast also.
Dread Central is now reporting that J. Larose participated in shooting the film as well. He plays a character called “The Major“.
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Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Devil’s Carnival just wrapped shooting last week. Fans on the official site’s forums already know that the cast now consists of Repo! The Genetic Opera co-creator Terrance Zdunich, as well as Repo! stars Alexa Vega, Ogre (from Skinny Puppy) and Paul Sorvino. Emilie Autumn, Sean Patrick Flanery, Bill Moseley, Briana Evigan, and Marc Senter have all joined the cast as well.
A few days ago we brought you the update that Slipknot’s “The Clown” had been brought in as a character called “The Tamer”. Now, we can report that Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody plays “The Hobo Clown” in the film.
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Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Devil’s Carnival just wrapped shooting last week. Fans on the official site’s forums already know that the cast now consists of Repo! The Genetic Opera co-creator Terrance Zdunich, as well as Repo! stars Alexa Vega, Ogre (from Skinny Puppy) and Paul Sorvino. The members also state that Emilie Autumn and Sean Patrick Flanery have also joined previously announced Bill Moseley and Briana Evigan and Marc Senter.
And know we know that Slipknot’s The Clown is playing the part of “The Tamer”. He took to their official site to make the following announcement.
“Hey everybody, what’s up. I am driving back from Denver right now with my children because I have been in California for the last couple weeks and that’s why you have not heard from me at all. Reason being I was invited to partake in my very first acting role. I am very honored to have been asked to be a part of this project. The project is called “The Devil’s Carnival”. I play a Character called the tamer. And let me tell you, there is a little Tamer in all of us. It’s always been a dream and a goal for me to try and act in something that is filmed besides music videos. I am very honored to have the opportunity to have worked with so many talented actors and people who are involved in making this production come to life.”
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Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Devil’s Carnivaljust wrapped shooting early Wednesday morning. fans on the official site’s forums already know that the cast now consists of Repo! The Genetic Opera co-creator Terrance Zdunich, as well as Repo! stars Alexa Vega, Ogre (from Skinny Puppy) and Paul Sorvino. The members also state that Emilie Autumn and Sean Patrick Flanery have also joined previously announced Bill Moseley and Briana Evigan.
Now we have reports that Marc Senter did indeed join the cast. And, alas, it turns out that Taryn Manning will not be appearing in the film.
Below, we have new character artwork for Senter’s character, “the Scorpion”.
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Buddy Giovinazzo, who directed a segment in Theatre Bizarre, is getting behind the camera for Ginger, a new supernatural horror film set to lens next week in Los Angeles, Bloody Disgusting exclusively learned.
Elissa Dowling (pictured above; Manson Rising, Theatre Bizarre, Waiting for Dracula) has landed the lead title role alongside Marc Senter (Red White & Blue, The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me, Cabin Fever 2).
Senter will play a music blogger named Mark who discovers an up and coming singer, Ginger (Dowling). He travels to interview her in an old house in the mountains where strange things begin to happen. Apparently, the previous owners were mass murders and now the house in haunted by malevolent spirits. READ MORE
In Austin Texas, the lives of three young people “Erica, Franki and Nate” intertwine in a fateful, tragic way and head down a rocky and violent road to heart-rending oblivion.
CABIN FEVER delivered terror in the flesh, but now your flesh will crawl with CABIN FEVER 2: SPRING FEVER, the bloodcurdling sequel to the hit horror film. Days after a killer virus consumed his friends, Paul emerges from a ditch by a river. Though his body has been ravaged by the virus, he is determined to survive and to warn others of the danger. However, a water bottling plant has already distributed contaminated water to the local high school. The school’s students are excitedly preparing for the prom, unaware they’re about to have a grisly date with death.
Wicked Lake tells of four co-ed girls who head out to a lakeside mountain cabin for a relaxing weekend. Unbeknownst to them, there are two groups of predatory monstrosities who have their eyes on them … that is until the stroke of midnight when all hell literally breaks loose.
Based on the novel by Jack Ketchum, Ray, Tim, and Jennifer were just three teenage friends hanging out in the campgrounds, drinking. But Tim and Jennifer didn’t know what their friend Ray had in mind, but when they saw what he did to the two girls at the neighboring campsite–and knew he was dead serious.It’s now four years later and Ray has not been charged with the murders, there’s one cop determined to make him pay, but Ray figures he’s in the clear. Tim and Jennifer think the worst is behind them, that the horrors are all in the past. They’re wrong. The worst is still to come.
An idyllic small town is rocked when Aubrey Fleming (Lindsay Lohan), a bright and promising young woman, is abducted and tortured by a sadistic serial killer. When she manages to escape, the traumatized girl who regains consciousness in the hospital insists that she is not who they think she is and that the real Aubrey Fleming is still in mortal danger.