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firecityFIRE CITY: THE INTERPRETER OF SIGNS is the first in a series based on a city where demons coexist with humans in plain sight, humans conditioned not to see their supernatural cohabitants. After developing not just a story but a whole world for these ideas to exist in creators Michael Hayes and Brian Lubocki created test footage and then a successful Kickstarter campaign to further their endeavors. With Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. co-founder Tom Woodruff Jr. taking the director’s chair and putting the weight of his award winning effects company behind the film, Fire City: Interpreter of Signs is on its way to being released in 2015. A post-noir gothic horror, Fire City is propelled as much by its story and characters as it is excellent practical special effects. Michael Hayes and Tom Woodruff Jr. called in to It Came From the Indies where they talk with Martin about the film, its place in an industry dominated by computer graphics and the challenges in creating such an ambitious world on a limited budget.

Check out the official Fire City Youtube channel for a wealth of different videos covering the film’s production.

Next week we talk to Stu Willis about his sci-fi project RESTORATION!

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foreverevil1Freeman Williams is a performer, writer and b-movie aficionado who once experienced making a low budget horror movie when he wrote what became FOREVER EVIL. After talking to some young talent making low budget genre films in the current cinematic climate and hearing Brad Sykes talk about his experiences in the early 00’s we wanted to get some perspective from someone who made one in those heady days where VHS was king. Freeman speaks both fondly and not so fondly of his experiences in seeing his baby go from typewriter (some sort of bizarre analog device used in the distant past) to screen and what became of it. A great chat with a great gentleman, enjoy!

Read Freeman’s original account of making Forever Evil in all of its old HTML-y goodness right here

Next week is Michael Hayes and Tom Woodruff Jr. talking about their film FIRE CITY: THE INTERPRETER OF SIGNS which is the demonic neo-noire you never realized you wanted to see until now.

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LFOLFO: the Movie is a very off-kilter low-fi sci-fi with some creative ideas, great performances and a wickedly black sense of humor. Director/writer/composer Antonio Tublen and lead actor Patrik Karlson talk to Martin about the film. Topics include the low-fi aspects of the film, the score, the personality of Patrik’s character Robert, the techniques involved in shooting in one house in only ten days, and much more. Antonio and Patrik were engaging and really great guests and LFO: the Movie is a must-see for fans of cerebral sci-fi.

Rent LFO: the Movie now on Amazon!

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lyleStewart Thorndike is an exciting upcoming lesbian filmmaker who wants to make horror with a particular focus on strong female characters. After making her first film LYLE available for free during her Kickstarter campaign for her second film PUTNEY many people got to see one of the best indie horror films of the year. Lyle is a tightly-wound, intimate horror about a grieving mother attempting to deal with the loss of her child and the unusual behavior of her partner and the other people who live in the building they recently moved into. With strong shades of Rosemary’s Baby and a tremendous performance by Gaby Hoffman Lyle is a marvelous little mind-bender that’s worth keeping an eye out for! Martin talks with Stewart Thorndike about that film, her influences, and the pros and cons of “begging for money” online and what we can expect from Putney. Thanks for listening!

LYLE trailer // FREE on LYLEmovie.com // AUGUST 4th from Stewart Thorndike on Vimeo.

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Cinemosity 63 – Carrie 2013

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carrie-posterCinemosity returns with more of that gossip you love, that Marvel movie news you’re getting tired of, and speaking of tired: the 2013 remake of CARRIE is the movie. It’s a depressing, mean piece of crap movie. So crappy that SHOCKTOBER is being stretched out even further this year and our next movie is one last Halloween movie, HACK-O-LANTERN! Even better is it’s on Youtube in watchable form:

Enjoy!

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savagesistasIt Came From the Indies is back with a chat with Dan Smith who is ready to strike out with his debut feature SAVAGE SISTAS. A backroad desert horror movie with a Blaxploitation twist Dan aims to show four African American women protagonists who are realistic, believable characters and not the usual racial and genre cliches. Martin is joined by Ashlee from Graveyard Shift Sisters to talk with Dan about the movie, genre filmmaking, Blaxploitation and more! A great listen. Next week we have Steward Thorndyke, director of LYLE and the upcoming PUTNEY.

Check out Savage Sistas through the Official Website and Facebook page. Also take a gander at Dan’s kickass Tumblr!

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Cinemosity 62 – Dead Silence

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You got gossip in my bad movie! No, you got bad movie in my gossip! It’s Cinemosity! Mucho celebrity gossip and movie news, plus Martin rants and raves about Eli Roth and other random stuff. Then it’s James Wan’s second feature DEAD SILENCE where you can see the blueprint for his most popular movies (and Annabelle) in embryonic form. It’s wacky, it’s silly, it’s not as scary as it should have been but dammit, it’s a good time anyway. Our next movie is the 2013 remake of CARRIE, currently available on Netflix Instant and other streamy places. Thanks for listening!

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silk01Cinemosity is back! Starting off with the usual celebrity gossip and finely picked pop culture news before heading into this week’s bad movie: HALLOWEEN 6 THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS. It’s a bad movie, mad worse by the massive amount of studio interference which is a story far more interesting than the one in the movie itself. If you want to see the Producers Cut of Halloween 6 it’s part of the new Halloween: The Complete Collection or from many fine bootleggers.

Our next movie is James Wan’s DEAD SILENCE which you can watch on Netflix Instant. His sophomore effort after the genre-defining SAW it’s a very silly movie but at the same time really shows the direction James Wan would go in with his later horror films INSIDIOUS and THE CONJURING. Check it out!

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