Monday, February 20, 2012
There's Blood in Them There Frames: The Prospector's Curse Coming Soon
When you say prospector I'm inclined to think Yosemite Sam. Not always the case as the newest feature film emerging from Canada will prove. The Prospector's Curse looks to have the self reflective comedic presence that one might hope for in a film about the return of the ghost of a mutilated prospector who has died on Indian ground. Sounds like Pet Semetary meets Bugs Bunny meets a pretty damn good looking villain (full synopsis below). One thing is absolutely certain, if Robert Nolan is in front of the lens, you have a film worth watching. Remember Nolan? From Worm and Familiar? Here's the formals to get you juiced for its release and we'll give you our take on it once it hits the fan.
From Josh Heise and Bruno Marino, this film set during the gold rush of the 1890's has some classic themes put into the body of a whole new animal promising a darkly comedic film. Let's wish their production well.
Theodore "Tubby" Ellsworth and Jack Smith are two criminals on the run, lost in the untamed wilderness. When they stumble across a mutilated Prospector, dying on Indian ground, the promise to give hima Christian burial. The fugitives break their oath and steal the old man's gold... but that night, the Prospector's corpse returns to make them pay!
Trailer coming soon!
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Do it... do it now!
From the bowels and brains of American International to the rib cage and eye sockets of Amicus, Doc Terror will write your eyes shut from the prehistory to the post apocalypse of horror.Doc Terror is a contributor to The Liberal Dead and The Dead Air Podcast.