We promised we’d pass along more info about the horror parody Caddy Hack when we got it, and something just came in. Wild Eye Releasing has announced a date for the home release of the film. Digital will get it first October 10, followed by the Blu-Ray release on October 24.
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B-movie kings Wild Eye Releasing have another delightful cheesefest ready for release this fall…another “giant creature on the rampage” feature, but this is one of those rare times it’s not about a shark. We’re going old school this time and reaching back to the original menace, a giant ape.
Someone created a horror parody of the 1980s comedy classic Caddyshack. I could stop there and you’d probably all be sold, but it’s my job to continue. Caddy Hack is the name of a demented new riff where the gophers aren’t just a pain in the neck, they’re downright murderous.
Our nation faces a crisis. The instances of animals in trashy movies getting addicted to dangerous substances is reaching epidemic levels. First it was Cocaine Bears, then it was followed by the appearance of Meth Gators, and now we’re hearing stories of GIANT SHARKS on coke. Something must be done to curb the tide!
Millions of years ago, a massive prehistoric shark called the Megalodon terrorized the waves. It’s been extinct for a long time, until now….when the massive direct-to-DVD hunger for cheesy shark movies resurrected the beast! It was a lesson humanity learned too late.
In 2020 Wild Eye Releasing brought us something called Ouija Shark. The plot: a crude-looking Ouija board washes up on the beach, a group of teenagers uses it, and they wind up summoning a ghost shark that swims around the air, attacking random people. This newspost is about the imminent sequel, not the original, but you REALLY need to see this trailer again if you don’t remember it. It’s quite something:
Wild Eye Releasing has announced they have acquired the rights to the upcoming supernatural horror film The Bloody Man, a passion project that reunites past stars of Nightmare On Elm Street sequels (some of whom have been interviewed on this very site, in fact).
The simple plot goes like this: after the death of his mother, a young boy develops a weird obsession with a comic book she left him. He specifically becomes attached to a monster depicted in the book, and becomes devoted to bringing the monster into our world. Of course, he manages to pull that off and it’s a big problem for everyone else who happens to live near him.
The Bloody Man will feature performances from NOES veterans Lisa Wilcox and Tuesday Knight, and also stars Mercedez Varble, Dan Eardley, Jason Crowe, Roni Jonah and KateLynn E. Newberry. The film is directed by Daniel Benedict, from a script written by him and Casi Benedict, and produced by Red Serial Films.
Look out for The Bloody Man starting July 12 on digital formats. A physical release is also planned, but has no date as of yet.
Wild Eye Releasing have acquired the rights to director Daniel Benedict’s The Bloody Man, a supernatural horror film reuniting A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 : The Dream Master stars Lisa Wilcox and Tuesday Knight. Penned by Daniel and Casi Benedict, and produced by Red Serial Films, the film tells of a young boy who, after the death of his mother, becomes obsessed with a comic book she gave him that ultimately summons the ancient monster found in its pages.
Giant, bad-CG sharks have been a staple of the B-movie horror genre for a long time, even before the Sharknado series made them popular. Wild Eye Releasing will be adding to the massive pile of shark-related low-budget films soon with Sharkula.
Here’s a new one from indie horror distributors Wild Eye Releasing: an old-school slasher simply titled FREAK. No distribution method is mentioned, but we’re assuming a digital release at least.
Wild Eye Releasing has announced they plan to release the new horror comedy Black Holler on digital platforms later this month.
A couple years ago, director Brendan Steele made the world a better place with the invention of a feature film about a preacher who had a tendency to turn into a dinosaur. The Velocipastor was a big hit (by direct-to-VOD standards anyway) and it had everyone wondering….what else is in that crazy mind of his?
Wild Eye Releasing has announced that their upcoming sci-fi thriller Future Fear will be released on VOD in June, and on DVD in August.