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Bits ‘n Bloody Pieces: Bloodrayne 4, Wet Dream, Iron Man Monster

Fin, Innkeepers, Corridor, Cast a Deadly Spell

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• The 1991 made-for-TV flick Cast a Deadly Spell with Fred Ward is screening in Houston. The organizers tell us, “Because the film was never released on DVD, we are actually breaking out a VCR for the screening. HBO has given us permission to let people in for free too.” Rotten Cotton designed a t-shirt for the event.

• What if Iron Man was…a monster? This is what he’d probably look like. I’d love to see Steve Wang or Screaming Mad George bring this f**ker to life. Concept art courtesy of Geek Tyrant.

• The porn world is preparing for the XXX parody of A Nightmare on Elm Street called – what else? – A Wet Dream On Elm Street. Get a peek at Krueger in the video below and a close-up of his dildo glove, with more details, at FilmDrunk.com.

• A double-dose of Uwe Boll news for you. Up first, the man slapped his name on Zombie Massacre a video game adaptation directed by Marco Ristori and Luca Boni. Stay tuned for a teaser trailer. Here’s some art.

• Up next, Boll is going to direct Bloodrayne 4, bringing Natassia Malthe back into the vampire fold (she must love these goddamn movies). No word yet on when cameras begin to roll but, once again, here’s some art.

• Screen Daily reports Jorge Torregrossa will direct Fin, starring Maribel Verdu. SD says it’s “about a group of old friends who meet up after years of not seeing each other to stay in a mountain refuge, but an incident leaves them stranded with no communication to the outside world. As they attempt to find help, tensions in the group reach boiling point and a new order is formed.”

• We have updated our photo galleries for the Fantastic Fest entries The Corridor and The Innkeepers.

Source: Ryan Turek, Managing Editor