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Blood Feast 2 News

Post by gothbat » Mon Sep 10, 2001 7:57 am

I found a link to the official Blood Feast 2 homepage on Horrospeak and there is now a teaser trailer available to download. You can't really tell much about the movie from it but I'm sure the movie will be great! The page is at http://www.bloodfeast2.net and you can download the trailer at http://www.bloodfeast2.net/teaserf/BF2teaslo.mov . I also emailed the guy who runs the site hoping that maybe the movie would be finished and screened at the upcoming Chiller Theatre con. but he said that the movie is in the editing phase now and that it will probably be out sometime in December.

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Post by Latte Thunder » Tue Sep 11, 2001 4:01 am

this movie is going to be great! John Waters has a cameo in it for crying out loud!
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Post by Scott » Thu Sep 20, 2001 7:45 pm

I'm looking forward to this one. Any chance it will get a theatrical release or will it be direct-to-video? I'm guessing the latter.

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Post by GoryGoryHallelujah » Thu Oct 25, 2001 4:32 pm

There should be a full length trailer for viewing at Chiller, but the film is still in post-production right now, so there won't be a showing of the actual film.
We shot the movie on 35mm as we are hoping for a theatrical release (even if on a limited basis. Don't expect a 2500 screen premiere), but decisions like that are up to the distributor.
The soundtrack is coming along well, with the title song by Southern Culture on the Skids. Phil Anselmo of Pantera is doing the score.
And John Waters' scenes kick ass.


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