MPAA ratings, “Pieces for Mom,” Bump movie mash-up
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â€¢ Before he directed Madison County (premiering at L.A.’s Screamfest), Eric England did this short film: “The Trick or Treater.”
â€¢ “The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has rejected the sexually violent DVD The Bunny Game [from director Adam Rehmeier]. The film follows a female prostitute who hitches a lift with a truck driver. The truck driver kidnaps the woman, restrains and forcibly strips her, and proceeds to physically and sexually abuse and humiliate her. The abuse of the kidnapped woman takes up the greater part of the film.” ‘Nuff said. [BBFC]
â€¢ Steve Niles is offering up his one-shot comic book “Pieces for Mom” as a Halloween gift to his readers. You can download a PDF HERE.
â€¢ Ben Stiller will star in the supernatural comedy Rentaghost. Stiller will play Fred Mumford, a fellow who, though a slacker in life, has become determined to make something of himself as a newly deceased ghost. He winds up setting up a afterlife temp service, getting ghosts to rent themselves out for use by the living. [Deadline]
â€¢ UK! Spend an evening with Bobby Rhodes of Demons.
â€¢ More UK horrors. This is a trailer for the horror-comedy Kill Keith, opening across the pond in November.
â€¢ A good ol’ horror movie mash-up set to Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Bad Moon Rising” that you might dig.
â€¢ Filmmaker Kevin Orosz informed us that he has a new indie horror film in the can called Blood Lodge. It’s “a unique zombie film in which there is a new age twist at the end. In the small town of Ten Acres, a group of friends take a weekend ski trip. During their trip, they find that the town is being attacked by zombies! The group unites with other guests staying at the Ten Acres Lodge in Vermont.” More details HERE.
â€¢ Paranormal Activity 3 received an MPAA rating of R “for some violence, language, brief sexuality and drug use.” Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, meanwhile, is PG-13 “for intense sequences of action and violence, some disturbing images, and language.”
Source: Ryan Turek, Managing Editor