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Ed Wood Awards: The Worst Horror Movies Ever Made

Review The Ed Wood Awards honored (or maybe dishonored is a better word) the worst horror films ever made. MidMar writers nominated the films and MidMar readers cast their ballots for categories such as Worst Teenage Horror Film, and Vegetables Most Past Their Expiration Date. The Awards were hosted by indie-filmmakers Ted A. Bohus and Fred Olen Ray. In addition to The Ed Wood Awards, this DVD contains a short film done by The Horror and Fantasy Film Society, called The History of the Horror Film which was directed and edited by Susan Svehla. It was filmed in spectacular Dollovision, and if you want to know what that is, you'll have to watch the DVD. Also included is Guilty Pleasures of the Horror Film, featuring horror film fanzine editors and members of The Horror and Fantasy Film Society. We promise you will not believe your eyes and ears when you hear some of these doozies! The Ed Wood Awards are not relevant or about those deep, depressing issues that the film festivals love so much. Rather this DVD is a love letter to those guerilla filmmakers who didn't make great art, but rather lovable trash which also manages to brighten their audience's day by giving them a few much needed laughs. Not such a bad legacy to have!
Nightbeast

Review A research facility turns into a killing zone in this high tech sci-fi thriller about a biological experiment that spins completely out of control. The Talos Corporation boasts state-of-the-art security, but it's no match for the creature unleashed when D
Alien 3

Review This mob picture comes with a high pedigree: Director co-writer and star Danny Provenzano (VAMPIRE VIXENS FROM VENUS) is a bit of a mobster in real life; he's pleaded guilty to racketeering and his great uncle is the prime suspect in the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa. In his directorial debut Provenzano brings gritty authority to his tale of mobsters using computers for the ultimate heist. Looking to "earn his nut" with the organization Nick (Provenzano) and two buddies orchestrate a complex way of skimming money off of the top of global online bank transfers via the Internet. Unfortunately they need to raise $50000 to get it off the ground and so they turn to the old-school mafia guys for the cash in the process dragging them "kicking and screaming into the 21st century." Naturally once the billions start piling up betrayal greed and a lot of blood and gunfire follow. The film benefits from a nicely mixed cast of fresh-picked off-the-mean-streets newcomers and familiar mob movie faces like James Caan (GODFATHER) Vincent Pastore (SOPRANOS) Frank Vincent (GOODFELLAS) and comedian Pat Cooper (ANALYZE THIS). The tough-talk dialogue is diverting with nice use of Tarantino-esque pop culture references. Provenzano infuses the film with a perfectly seedy ambience.System Requirements:Running Time 100 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: DRAMA Rating: NR UPC: 824355516425 Manufacturer No: MAV-5164
The Thing (2011)

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Escape from the Insane Asylum

Review The Ed Wood Awards honored (or maybe dishonored is a better word) the worst horror films ever made. MidMar writers nominated the films and MidMar readers cast their ballots for categories such as Worst Teenage Horror Film, and Vegetables Most Past Their Expiration Date. The Awards were hosted by indie-filmmakers Ted A. Bohus and Fred Olen Ray. In addition to The Ed Wood Awards, this DVD contains a short film done by The Horror and Fantasy Film Society, called The History of the Horror Film which was directed and edited by Susan Svehla. It was filmed in spectacular Dollovision, and if you want to know what that is, you'll have to watch the DVD. Also included is Guilty Pleasures of the Horror Film, featuring horror film fanzine editors and members of The Horror and Fantasy Film Society. We promise you will not believe your eyes and ears when you hear some of these doozies! The Ed Wood Awards are not relevant or about those deep, depressing issues that the film festivals love so much. Rather this DVD is a love letter to those guerilla filmmakers who didn't make great art, but rather lovable trash which also manages to brighten their audience's day by giving them a few much needed laughs. Not such a bad legacy to have!
The Burning Moon

Review A research facility turns into a killing zone in this high tech sci-fi thriller about a biological experiment that spins completely out of control. The Talos Corporation boasts state-of-the-art security, but it's no match for the creature unleashed when D
Varan the Unbelievable (1962)

Review This mob picture comes with a high pedigree: Director co-writer and star Danny Provenzano (VAMPIRE VIXENS FROM VENUS) is a bit of a mobster in real life; he's pleaded guilty to racketeering and his great uncle is the prime suspect in the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa. In his directorial debut Provenzano brings gritty authority to his tale of mobsters using computers for the ultimate heist. Looking to "earn his nut" with the organization Nick (Provenzano) and two buddies orchestrate a complex way of skimming money off of the top of global online bank transfers via the Internet. Unfortunately they need to raise $50000 to get it off the ground and so they turn to the old-school mafia guys for the cash in the process dragging them "kicking and screaming into the 21st century." Naturally once the billions start piling up betrayal greed and a lot of blood and gunfire follow. The film benefits from a nicely mixed cast of fresh-picked off-the-mean-streets newcomers and familiar mob movie faces like James Caan (GODFATHER) Vincent Pastore (SOPRANOS) Frank Vincent (GOODFELLAS) and comedian Pat Cooper (ANALYZE THIS). The tough-talk dialogue is diverting with nice use of Tarantino-esque pop culture references. Provenzano infuses the film with a perfectly seedy ambience.System Requirements:Running Time 100 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: DRAMA Rating: NR UPC: 824355516425 Manufacturer No: MAV-5164
UFO Target Earth

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