‘The Profane Exhibit’ is an extreme international horror anthology film that was conceived, written, and produced by David Bond and Manda Manuel. Legendary horror writer Ray Garton wrote the wraparound segment, and Scott Swan (Showtime’s Masters of Horror) wrote the screenplay. Jeremy Kasten, director of such films as the recent Wizard of Gore remake, serves as the film’s editor.
Widely considered the worst genre director of the past decade, Uwe Boll is taking to Kickstarter to raise $500,000 to shoot Postal 2, you know, the sequel to the 2007 adaptation that nobody is asking for.
The rewards for helping Boll finance the sequel are absolutely gut-busting. For only $2,500 you can have lunch with a star of the film, although it’s unclear if Mr. Boll will be joining; there’s the $5,000 package, which allows you to name a character; $7,500 gets you a speaking role in the film; or why not plop down $10,000 to receive a credit as executive producer and have permanently access on the set in Vancouver/Canada? The hilarious kicker is that, for all of the aforementioned, flight, transfer and lodging are not included.
Says the page, Postal 2 will be a controversial comedy in which they take up current political issues. They will take the biggest scandals of our democracy, like the happenings about Julien Assange and Edward Snowdon, and show that there is no difference between our democracy and the prison camps in Russia or China.
Sounds FUN. Here, watch Boll, rocking a fake Oscar and wearing some cool shades, pitch you the starter. READ MORE
Bloody Disgusting has another exclusive new look at Marcel Walz’s Seed 2: The New Breed, which will star Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Hatchet III), Christa Campbell (Drove Angry, Wicker Man, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams), Nick Prinzipè (Laid to Rest), Jared Demetri Luciano, Manoush, Natalie Scheetz, Annika Strauss and Sarah Hayden.
In Uwe Boll’s mean-spirited first film from 2007, “After a seemingly undead man is bound and buried alive, he digs himself back to the surface and seeks bloody vengeance on those who caused him his suffering.”
The film is currently in production for a 2014 release. READ MORE
We have a new look inside The Profane Exhibit, a super confusing new horror anthology film conceived, written, and produced by David Bond and Manda Manuel. Horror writer Ray Garton wrote the wraparound segment, and Scott Swan wrote the screenplay.
Last night, director Marian Dora wrapped “Mors in Tabula”, in which “A middle-aged woman suffers from incurable cancer. In it, a surgeon offers her the possiblility of an operation. The operation is the patients ultima ratima /last chance. But he has only his own desires in mind.” Check out the first still inside.
Michael Todd Schneider, Ryan Nicholson, Uwe Boll, Andrey Iskanov, Marian Dora, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Sergio Stivaletti, Richard Stanley all direct a portion of the anthology.
“Deep within the underbelly of Paris, there is a club which is the home of a secret, wicked society. At first it resembles an ordinary fetish or goth nightclub, but hidden within the cavernous building are many hidden rooms. One of which is known as “The Room of Souls,” a private gathering place of the world’s richest and most evil people. Their host is the elegant yet frightening Madame Sabatier. For their amusement, each member takes a turn and spins a true tale of their depravity: A good wife learns that her husband goes out at night to abduct and murder young women; A botched suicide attempt leads to a drug induced dream; A girl is believed to be possessed by a demon and her overly religious parents enlist the help of a corrupt reverend who has his own sinister plans; We are invited inside the deranged mind of a respected surgeon as he takes us on a guided tour of life, death, and everything in between; A young street prostitute crosses paths with a charismatic flesh trader and is forced to take an unspeakable journey of sex, violence, and murder; A nun is abducted off the streets of Rome and held captive for over a year turning her into a feral, murderous creature to be unleashed on society; A chance encounter on a fateful bus ride for an unsuspecting girl who dreams of riches and fame is her undoing; A man picks up a woman in a nightclub and soon finds himself at the mercy of a cult of women who believe consumption of their sacrifice will bring them to their highest form of female dominance; An unflinching look into darkest Africa where human life is traded for fortune and the most unspeakable atrocities are committed. It truly is a profane world, and this is The Profane Exhibit. There are no boundaries.” READ MORE
Uwe Boll is back into adaptation videogames as he’s acquired the rights to Zombie Massacre, based on the Wii project developed by Benjamin Krotin’s 1988 Games.
Marco Ristori and Luca Boni, who directed Eaters for Boll, will get behind the camera.
Zombie Massacre (AKA Gloom 4) is a 1998 computer game for the Amiga computer. It was a clone of the immensely popular first person shooter Doom on the Amiga.
“A bacteriological weapon – developed by the US Government to create a super soldier – spreads an epidemic in a quiet little town in the middle of Eastern Europe, Roznov. All citizens have been turned into infected zombies. The town is in quarantine, but the Government wants to destroy it to avoid the propagation of the epidemic.
The rest of the world is in the dark about everything. The plan is: to bring an atomic bomb into the nuclear plant of the city to pretend a terrible accident. No one has to know the truth.
A commando of mercenaries is hired to do the mission. The leader is Jack Stone, an ex soldier now in jail to have murdered his brothers in arms during a mission. If he accomplish the mission he will be free. The battle is on. Hordes of monsters against a bunch of men. There is no hope. Who will survive?”
Cannibal Holocaust‘s Ruggero Deodato joins “Coffin Joe”, Nacho Vigalondo, Ryan Nicholson, Andrey Iskanov, Michael Todd Schneider, Sergio Stivaletti, Marian Dora, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Richard Stanley, and Uwe Boll as directors of segments of The Profane Exhibit, the most confusing project ever assembled.
“‘The Profane Exhibit’ is an extreme international horror anthology film that was conceived, written, and produced by David Bond and Manda Manuel. Legendary horror writer Ray Garton wrote the wraparound segment, and Scott Swan (Showtime’s “Masters of Horror”) wrote the screenplay. Jeremy Kasten, director of such films as the recent Wizard of Gore remake, serves as the film’s editor.”
They just completed shooting on Deodato’s “Bridge”, pictured below, along with Vigalondo’s “Sins of our Fathers”.
The production of horror anthologyThe Profane Exhibit continues, with Uwe Boll wrapping his segment starring Clint Howard, Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) and Tara Cardinal. Other directors with segments in the project are Richard Stanley, Michael Todd Schneider, Marian Dora, Ryan Nicholson and Andrey Iskanov.
Uwe Boll’s film, Basement, is “about the corruption of a family in a world where things are not always what they appear to be. A world where monsters parade as family men and home is another word for hell. In an ideal suburban home which could best be described as boring and ordinary a horrible secret exists deep in the basement. Clint Howard and Caroline Williams play a married couple with an ordinary life- except for the fact that they keep their starving and abused daughter in a locked basement room that she has not left in years. In this perverse nightmare scenario that is unfortunately based on fact, all the young daughter (Tara Cardinal) wants to do is go outside and into the sun. Instead she must endure daily cruelties. This is a tale of sexual depravity and psychological torture, and a subversive look at the depraved realities of suburban life.”
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Boll World Sales is now in post on a new horror being sold at AFM entitled Bloodline, which was directed by Edo Tagliavini from a screenplay by Mario Calamita. The Italian film was supposedly shot in 3-D, although I doubt that matters.
Starring Francesca Faiella and Virgilio Olivari, “Sandra and her colleague Marco are sent by their boss to a hardcore movie set in order to shoot a backstage: everything would appear to be everyday journalistic routine, if the shooting location didn’t happen to be the same where, fifteen years before, Sandra’s little sister was murdered by a serial killer called “The Surgeon”. Reluctant at first, Sandra will eventually face her fears by accepting the job, only to find herself involved in a new line of murders: who’s the Surgeon copycat? And more important, why are his victims coming back to life only to kill again?”
After we’ve already seen her kick ass in 17th century Romania, as well as the Wild West of America, the film’s protagonist, Rayne, has now wound up in Europe during WWII. There she’s got to give hell to a bunch of ruthless Nazis lead by the infamous Dr. Mengele, who’s made the sinister plan to give his beloved Führer immortality by turning him into a so-called dhampir (a crossbreed between human and vampire) through the injection of some Rayne’s blood.
Phase 4 Films’ “Unrated Director’s Cut” DVD and Blu-ray release of Uwe Boll’s BloodRayne: The Third Reich is arriving on July 5, 2011. Infamous director Uwe Boll’s (Postal, Alone in the Dark) latest cult-classic is the third in the notorious BloodRayne film series, based on the popular video game character.
Inside you’ll now find a pair of clips, while Phase 4 also announced something pretty cool: This Tuesday, June 28th, Uwe Boll and star Natassia Malthe will give fans the opportunity to interview them via a live video chat on USTREAM. Fans can get in on the action via USTREAM or through the BloodRayne: The Third Reich‘s Facebook page. This interactive experience kicks off at 7:30 PM EST/4:30PM PST!
The film stars Natassia Malthe (Elektra, DOA: Dead or Alive), Clint Howard (Frost/Nixon), Michael Paré (The Lincoln Lawyer) and Brendan Fletcher (Freddy vs. Jason). The DVD and Blu-ray are packed with special features including the making of Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, a writer-director commentary, an interview with the writer and more!
“Half-vampire, half-human, Rayne (Malthe) hides in the shadows slaughtering vampires and those that get in her way. In 1943 Europe, during World War II, Rayne faces her greatest foe, a growing army of undead Nazi soldiers led by Ekart Brand, a top Nazi official turned day-walker. Rayne must team up with a group of resistance fighters to defeat Brand and his vampire army before they reach Berlin to grant Hitler immortality.”
Bloody Disgusting scored the official sales poster for Uwe Boll’s BloodRayne: The Third Reich, which stars Natassia Malthe, Brendan Fletcher, Michael Paré, Clint Howard, and Marco Dovsek. After we’ve already seen her kick ass in 17th century Romania, as well as the Wild West of America, the film’s protagonist, Rayne, has now wound up in Europe during WWII. You’ll find the poster, a massive synopsis, and some old behind-the-scenes mages beyond the break.
Bill Williamson is a young man living in small town USA. Bill has become frustrated with the world around him. Global warming, world hunger, overpopulation and senseless consumption fuel his anger. Bill is no activist. He lives with his parents and has a dead-end job, but Bill has a way out. He unleashes his violent plan upon his town, while laying the foundations for a better life for himself. Bill forces his victims, and those that witness his madness, to share his vision, but he is unwilling to take responsibility for his actions. As the town is left searching for answers, Bill has already embarked on a new life.
After three attempts to electrocute, complete with boiling blood that steeps from his eyes, he’s still alive. The executioner, Warden Wright and the doctor collectively agree that the breathing Seed be pronounced dead. He is bound and buried alive. After biting and clawing his way to the surface, Seed, the bloodsoaked, enraged madman, is now bent on vengeance.
Living on Social Security and unemployed, DUDE desperately seeks employment, but instead finds a life of violent action and adventure when he teams up with his UNCLE DAVE, a financially strapped cult leader, in an effort to rip off an amusement park, only to find that the Taliban are trying the same heist simultaneously.
In BloodRayne 2 the movie, as in the game, only Rayne, born of the unnatural union of vampire and human, stands between an unsuspecting humanity and a horrifying vampire dawn.
Similar to the popular video game, the film is based on a sexy, supernatural huntress named BloodRayne (Loken), who is an unholy breed of human and vampire. She is an explosive force with gymnastic dexterity and has an intense lust for blood and action. Trained by a secret agency called the Brimstone Society which hunts down and eliminates supernatural threats around the globe, BloodRayne is confronted by the deadliest of all creatures, the powerful and evil Kagan, King of the Vampires (Kingsley). Davis portrays Sebastian and Madsen is Vladimir, two of the greatest vampire hunters. Rodriguez plays Katarin, who runs the local Brimstone Society chapter.
Edward Carnby (Christian Slater) is a private investigator specializing in
unexplainable supernatural phenomena. His cases delve into the dark corners of the world, searching for truth in the occult remnants of ancient civilizations. Now, the greatest mystery of his past is about to become the most dangerous case he has ever faced. With the help of his ex-flame, archeologist Aline Cedrac (Tara Reid), and his bitter rival, government agent Richard Burke (Stephen Dorff), Edward Carnby is about to learn that just because you don¹t believe in something, that doesnt mean it cant kill you. ALONE IN THE DARK is based on the best-selling Atari videogame series.
This film is a prequel to all of the The House of the Dead video games. Set on an island off the coast of Florida, a techno rave party attracts a diverse group of college coeds and a Coast Guard officer. Soon, they discover that their X-laced escapades are to be interrupted by zombies and monsters that attack them on the ground, from the air, and in the sea, ruled by an evil entity in the House of the Dead…