James Cullen Bressack Tapped to direct Squeal: Blood Harvest


LOS ANGELES (May 2, 2014) – The production team of upcoming horror feature, SQUEAL: Blood Harvest has officially announced that horror director James Cullen Bressack has officially signed on to direct the psychological horror thriller. “I’m very excited to be a part of this awesome project and to push the envelope to a place it hasn’t been yet.” said Bressack in response to inquiries about his involvement in the much anticipated release. Bressack is known within the indie horror film industry for his work on such films as 13/13/13, Hate Crime, and Blood Lake. He first exploded onto the scene at the age of 18 with the success of his first feature My Pure Joy and has been generating a considerable amount of buzz ever since. He has also been active in the production of a series of horror anthologies focused on showcasing other up and coming
indie horror filmmakers.

Bressack’s Twitter account has recently achieved ‘verified’ status, which is almost unheard of for an indie film director. His official Twitter page can be found here here.

SQUEAL: Blood Harvest follows the story of young Maggie Crane and her brother Jake as they attempt to unravel the mystery behind Jack’s recurrent nightmares of squealing pigs. After a move to their Uncle Ollie’s farm, Maggie and her camera further explore the dark and sinister foundation of her brother’s fears to the tune of chilling revelations.

The film is currently in preproduction and scheduled for a 2015 release through Dismal Productions in association with MOnsterworks66. The screenplay was written by Michael Hultquist (Arena, Victim) based on an original story concept created by Seth Metoyer (Cell Count, Deadly Punkettes, Ballerina Massacre) and story coordinator Shannon Hilson. Executive Producer Steve Boyle has recently joined the project, and casting is also in progress with Bill Oberst Jr. (Criminal Minds, Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, Children of Sorrow) set to play the lead role as Uncle Ollie.

More details will follow as additional details about the film are released. For more information, be sure to visit the following links:

SQUEAL: Blood Harvest IMDB Page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2884582

Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/squealtheharvest

Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/SquealMovie




Episode 114 with Superfan Bryce!


This week we finally get to welcome all around good dude, Cinema Wasteland buddy, super space Jesus, and Golden Girls fan BRYCE on the show.  And he brung Donnie Darko with him.  Also Tim is here to talk about Dylan Dog: Dead of Night.  We also talk about that time Bryce dressed up as plates at wasteland, Swayze why Kyle does, and does not like Darko, and SPARKLEMOTION!!! We also read your questions. Give you precise feedback on what we have been watching, and all sorts of other stuff too.  (NOTE) Kyle reviewed The Fan starring Robert DeNiro and Wesley Snipes but the mp3 vanished.  But you should give it a look because it’s great and Bob DeNiro is terrifying in it.



Carne: The Taco Maker Coming to VOD June 1st


Tune in to find out what really goes into Don Taco’s secret tasty recipe!


Brain Damage Films will be serving up Carne: The Taco Maker On Demand across North America starting June 1st, 2014.  Don Taco and family will be sharing their tasty meats on all major and minor Cable/Satellite VOD operators as well as major internet platforms including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox Video and more.



About the Film Forty years after Charlton Heston warned us that “Soylent Green is people”, Carne: The Taco Maker has come from the dirty streets of Los Angeles to make us all question just what makes our favorite street vendor’s food so delicious.  Is it cat?  Dog?  Human?  Or is it just plain old factory-farmed cow?  Horror fans will have to find out for themselves when Carne hits small screens everywhere this June.

“I felt the need for a pool of filmmakers that could come together and develop low budget films and highest artistic quality,” said writer/director Rene Rodriguez, founder and director of Teatro Urbano/Chango Cinema.  “From my idea of developing a horror movie, together with Josh Sands, Rosemary Rodriguez and René Alejandro Rodriguez, The Taco Maker was created. This was also a family and community project.”


Todd David Schwartz of the Beverly Hills Times gave the film his highest rating of four stars.  Raving that Carne is “Crazily entertaining!,” he went on to say “It reminds me of early John Waters, and David Lynch at his most droll.  It’s dark, weird, and unlike anything else that’s out there right now.  Invite a bunch of friends over and have a wild party while you enjoy it!”


Customers from all over come to taste Don Taco’s secret tasty meat, unaware of what they are consuming and the dark family secret behind his success.   Official Trailer and More Information:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mocuxNV7eqQ https://www.facebook.com/TheTacoMaker


Another “Demonic Forces will Make SIFF Audiences Scream May 17th & 18th”


Director Jason Bognacki’s exciting supernatural thriller Another will have its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival. The film will debut before audiences, starting May 17th, 2014 and members of the media are invited to attend this one-of-a-kind event. Another is a terrifying tale, which stars up and coming actress Paulie Rojas (The Last Resort), horror actress Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3), Nancy Wolfe (Helter Skelter) and David Landry. Another will show on two days only and horror fans can preview the World Premiere of the film right here!


Another is a phantasmagoric chiller that follows Jordyn (Rojas), a young woman who explores the dark recesses of her soul when she learns she may be the devil’s kin, in this stylistic mix of Giallo and Hammer horror (SIFF).”


As well, Bognacki has captured the film with high quality digital, to compete in the New American Cinema contest. Another will be presented Saturday May 17th and Sunday May 18th, with the best in cinema, 4K resolution (4096×2160). This format will bring Another’s breathtaking visuals to cinema screens with true brilliance. The film will dazzle horror audiences in just a couple of weeks!


The Official Synopsis: “Compelled by the possibility that she could have a dark twin, Jordyn (Paulie Rojas) questions her own sanity, and reality itself. Jordyn’s curiousity pulls her into a dark underworld of demonic possession, desire and extreme indulgences churning a deadly witch’s brew that tears her very soul apart (Full Frame Features).”


SIFF: SIFF is one of the mostly highly attended film festivals in the world. This festival shows over 250 features each year and 150 short films. This film festival is over 40 years old. And, this year’s events take place between May 15th and June 8th.


Director/writer: Jason Bognacki.


Cast: Paulie Rojas, Maria Olsen, Nancy Wolfe, David Landry, and Lillian Pennypacker.


The film’s trailer is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfCpbzC-5KA


The film’s fan page is located here:




Another’s official homepage, with an early review: http://www.another-film.com/


Another at the Seattle International Film Festival: