Cinemosity returns with your dose of celebrity news and gossip. Most notable are the sad passing of Sir Christopher Lee and “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes. The movie is the schlock movie sensation WOLFCOP! He’s a cop, he’s a werewolf, he’s fucking WOLFCOP!
Thanks for listening! Our next movie is the Renny Harlin opus MINDHUNTERS and it’s on Netflix!
Here’s some gossip and celebrity news for you. Also, Cinemosity does you a huge favor by thoroughly breaking down why CHOCOLATE CITY is utterly appalling and totally undeserving of your money. How the Hell does Jean-Claude La Marre get money to make his utterly incompetent films? Martin takes the sheer terribleness of Chocolate City very personally and this goes down in the pantheon as one of the worst movies Cinemosity has ever covered. Check out the amazingly terrible sound clips and rage, way more interesting that actually watching Chocolate City.
Better late than never it’s Cinemosity! Sorry for the loooooong delay in posting this. Here’s a lovely episode with a gaggle of gossip and British found footage horror THE MIRROR. Yeah, watch Oculus instead. Next time it’s CHOCOLATE CITY!
Jill Sixx Gevargizian is kicking ass and making waves in the indie horror genre. After working on some other artists’ projects including the Soska Sisters’ T is for Torture Porn from The ABCs of Death 2 Jill debuted her first directorial effort, Call Girl, in February 2015. With her next short film The Stylist waiting in the wings and her assistant directing job on James Bickert’s Frankenstein Created Bikers we are set to hear a lot more from this rising star! Jill is a pleasure to talk to and we cover her own films, how she got into filmmaking, her favorite kind of horror movies, and a ton more. Tell your friends you knew her before she was a big fucking deal by listening to this episode and watch Call Girl! Also, I give a brief word on a movie you might have heard of: MAD MAX FURY ROAD.
Cinemosity tackles BATTLESHIP this week, a movie that was doomed from the very moment it was conceived but you know what? Maybe it’s not as bad as everybody expects? Maybe? Also in this episode is even by our standards a great deal of love for BEAUTIFUL BROWN WOMEN because they’re fucking magic. It’s a good’un this week!
We’re cheating a little this week and presenting to you a revisit to the first ever episode of It Came From the Indies. Why? THE DROWNSMAN has just hit store shelves in North America and we want to celebrate by again sharing the talk Martin and Ashlee from Graveyard Shift Sisters had with some of the cast and crew from August 2014. Talking the film and some other Black Fawn Films output is producer Chris Giroux, director Chad Archibald and two of the stars of The Drownsman: Clare Bastable and Sydney Kondruss. They share all sorts of behind the scenes stories, the trials and tribulations of working on low budget horror, and the nightmare itself of having to work with water. It’s a great look into the love and passion of indie filmmaking and that is why we are happy reshare it with you. Hopefully it will inspire you to support the great people at Black Fawn Films and you’ll check out The Drownsman!
Next week is rising horror director JILL SIXX who is totally badass and awesome!
DEEP DARK is the story of a struggling artist and his unusual muse, a hole in the wall of a decrepit one room apartment. The feature-length debut for Michael Medaglia he joins Martin to talk about getting started making movies, his initial short films including Kitty Kitty (embedded after the break) and how Deep Dark came to be. The discussion includes how important the major casting choices were, special effects on a small budget, the sound of the film and the advantages of modern digital equipment. A great chat about a really interesting movie, stay tuned to our social media and the Deep Dark official website for release dates!
Martin inflicts one of the great celebrated bad movie masterpieces on his co-hosts: THE VISITOR. Ripping off more movies than a year of output from the Asylum, The Visitor is a bewildering sci-fi horror thing that has an utterly ludicrous plot matched only by the baffling amount of known actors clogging up the cast. It is totally unique and has one of the greatest terrible theme songs you’ve ever heard. Enjoy!
Clearly GHIDRAH THE THREE HEADED MONSTER is Gareth Evans’ favorite Godzilla film because it is nearly as boring as the 2014 Godzilla he directed. Nothing happens for ages except boring characters spewing total nonsense, then by the time the titular monster shows up the film is nearly over! Rubbish.
Our next movie is Italian sci-fi weirdo masterpiece THE VISITOR!
FROGS is thoroughly misleading in just about every way imaginable. Yes, there are frogs in this movie called FROGS. Unless you buy the concept that the frogs are in some way harbingers of doom or perhaps malevolent overseers of Mother Nature’s revolt against a bunch of rich douchebags. Even then, Frogs is still rubbish.
Live from the Philadelphia Podcasting Society’s Podcast Fair comes a special episode of It Came From the Indies! Martin talks to Tony Trov and Johnny Zito of South Fellini about their two movies Alpha Girls: A Satanic Sorority Slasher and the recently-shot American Exorcist. Tony and Johnny talk about their media-spanning projects, from comics to Philly-inspired shirts, to their feature films. They talk about leveraging the good will of the local community in Philadelphia in order to create interesting works with the character of the city, taking care of your crew, having a woman of color in a leading role, and how to successfully utilize crowd funding. This was recorded in a bar so the patrons are somewhat loud so this doesn’t have the usual high *cough* quality of It Came From the Indies but is still a great listen with a couple of really cool guys with great attitudes.
Cinemosity is here with the gossip you love and the bad movie talk you don’t care for. Or the other way around. Just kidding, we know you love it all. The movie this week is BLOOD SURF as part of our April Abominations! Next week is FROGS!
Drew Bolduc is a Virginia native whose short films created to freak people out at local screenings spawned his feature debut (co-directed with Dan Nelson) THE TAINT. The film is a hyper-violent and bizarre take on misogyny in film where men are transformed into demented woman killers. Dense with content and full of challenging ideas and imagery, satire and horror all trying to live together it was a unique debut. Drew has followed this up with SCIENCE TEAM which is a very different film, much more character-based with some truly intense and at times downright furious performances. Drew talks about where these films came from as well as his experiences working on a Lloyd Kaufman movie set when he did some special effects work for RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH. Please support Drew through the following links where you can buy the movies and merchandise directly from him:
ZOMBEAVERS is a tribute to the wackiness of 80’s horror but is it too self-aware for its own good? Plus lotsa gossip including an amazing story of Chris Brown douchebaggery, Idris Elba news, and the fallout from Trevor Noah being named the next host of The Daily Show.