This is going on right, now right here.
This music video is the directorial debut of Danny North and features over 200 zombie extra’s throughout the town of Leeds, UK. All the footage was shot over a 4 day period.
The full video’s official release date is 7th of September. In the nick of time, here’s the trailer for it…
This month will see the anticipated dvd-release of the notorious early 80′s cult gem The Last Horror Film, fittingly let loose on obscure movie-lovers by the one company with the most dubious taste in movies, Troma Entertainment inc.
Troma Team Video is proud to unleash for the first time uncut on DVD, one of Joe Spinell‘s (“Rocky”, “The Godfather”) most perverse, unnerving performances, since his unforgettable starring role in “Maniac”, in this underrated gem of the 80s — “The Last Horror Film”.
“The Last Horror Film” will be the third installment in the ‘Tromasterpiece Collection’ – Troma’s new line of video product which promises fans and new audiences alike, optimum quality releases, along with the comprehensive supplemental material, of the world’s greatest obscure entertainment.
Cult/horror fans will rejoice, as this film also reunites Spinell with another “Maniac”-alum; Hammer horror film star and Bond-girl babe Caroline Munro. Contrary to the typical ‘psycho-stalker-roaming-the-streets’ affair, “The Last Horror Film” at the height of the American slasher revolution takes place during the 1981 Cannes Film Festival.
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Mr. Horror aka Jan Doense is known as the foremost horror guru of The Netherlands and Belgium. In everyday life he’s a filmmaker and film journalist and has been for many years the driving force behind the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival (formerly The Weekend of Terror). He also witnessed the births of The Night of Bad Taste (aka “De Nacht van de Wansmaak“), The All-Night Horror Show and the Dutch fanzine Shocking News (aka “Schokkend Nieuws”).
On the “Mr. Horror Presents” label he brings together some of his personal favorites: a collection of (modern) horror classics that were previously unreleased on DVD in the Benelux countries.