Actress Jessica Cameron has been busy both in front of and behind
the camera as she tries on the director's hat for her new film
"Truth or Dare"
B-Movie Man catches up with her just in time for the holidays to
find out more about her new movie, her thoughts on the film industry
and why she believes it may be easier for women to direct low-budget
The Holiday Season is upon us again and with it come some of B-Movie
Man's favorite holiday treats including Fiona's look at a
Very Swayze Christmas!
Also check out some of my favorite.... not so traditional holiday
Don't Open Till Christmas
Rare Exports (on the B-Movie Cast)
Santa Clause VS The Zombies
New B-Movie Cast Episodes!|
Including the newest show where we talk with Author Beverly Gray
about her book on Roger Corman then we check out the Roger Corman
classic "Big Bad Mama" with Angie Dickenson, William Shatner and Tom
The apocalypse makes for some good gaming.
Alien invasion, zombie outbreaks, what have you - they create the
perfect environment for a lone protagonist, or band of protagonists
in some cases, struggling to cross a ruined landscape to reach some
goal to survive, and maybe even defeating the menace that destroyed
the land. Naughty Dog Games, in conjunction with Sony, have taken
that genre one step further with their recently released
“The Last of Us”.
watched a lot of bad movies; anyone who knows me knows that’s a
fact. However, I’m a firm believer that no one sets out to make a
bad movie. The director isn’t shouting “You’re trying too hard, act
more wooden!” and the writer wasn’t trying to make dialogue that
sounds like it came from the inside of a bubblegum wrapper. But it
still happens. Films like “Werewolf”, “The Final Sacrifice” and
“Manos: The Hands of Fate” didn’t just form from the nebulous social
subconscious. Someone wrote them, directed them and actors… or at
least people who appear on camera, showed up and said their lines.
So bad films happen and there are many who say that “Troll 2” tops
the list. |
Everyone has a dream, be it small or large, practical or impossible. Hard work
and determination can often make them reality. John F. Kennedy dreamed of
putting a man on the moon and he did. Nelson Mandela dreamed of an end to
apartheid in South Africa
and it is no more. Richard Teachout and Janel Nash dreamed of scaring the shit
out of people and now they do it every fall. Rich and Janel love haunted
attractions, or ‘haunts’ as they are called, so much that in 2011 Rich decided
to quit his ‘day job’. The couple threw all their savings into turning a single
‘haunt’ called “Darkness Falls” in Louisville, KY into a 42 acre scare fest
called “The Asylum Haunted Attraction” with four distinct venues and over 80
actors. Filmmakers Brian Cunningham and Joe Laughrey decided they would go along
for the ride and document the good, the bad and the scary of Rich and Janel’s
journey. There was born “Monsters Wanted”.
After taking a stab at "The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct" (and coming away
less than satisfied) B-Movie Man takes a look at another game based on Robert
Kirkman's "The Walking Dead". TellTale Games' "The Walking Dead Season 1"
Let's see if this game has more bite than the last.
Man is starting a new feature series!
Contributing writer and Alt Model Adorable Alli talks about Cosplay costumes and
how to make them! Check out the first in her series. In this column Alli talks
wigs, where to get them and how to make them look the way you want without
selling the farm to do it!
The Twisted Twins, Jen & Sylvia Soska, want you to meet Mary. She'll help you
look the way you feel, no matter how deeply she has to cut....
B-Movie Man takes a slice of something new in horror with
B-Movie Man discovers there is a lot more to Scream Queen Victoria De Mare than
meets the eye when he checks out her musical talents on her new self-titled
album: Victoria De Mare
Ebert and me… or How Roger Ebert and
Gene Siskel got me into horror movies.
I was saddened to hear about the passing of Roger Ebert. He was more than a film
critic to many people and learning about his death made me stop and think about
my own love of films... especially horror and how he and his long time partner
Gene Siskel helped shape my taste in film before I even knew I had one.
B-Movie Man has a new
Women of Horror feature interview!
Actress, Fitness Model & Writer Alicia Ziegler talks
about why she likes making movies, her newest film "Jurassic Attack" and why
you're as likely to catch her in the book store as on the beach.
Filmmaker Brian Cunningham shares the secret of indie
film success in his feature article:|
How to Make a Movie (and
get it into Walmart) for $2,700
Some of the biggest names in
Hollywood including, Steven Spielberg, John Landis, Peter
Jackson, and many more will all tell you who inspired them when
they went to the movies: Ray Harryhausen. Harryhausen was a
pioneer in the field of special effects, lending his magical
touch to films like: "Mighty Joe Young", "20 Million Miles to
Earth", "The Valley of Gwangi" and the original "Clash of The
Now a new documentary by
writer/director Gilles Penso takes a look at the story of Ray
Harryhausen. Spanning his career and talking to the filmmaker's
he's inspired. "Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan" takes a
wonderful look at the life and work of one of the true legendary
artists of the silver screen.