From Blue Finch Film Releasing, the hilarious comedy, Drunk Bus, will be released on Digital Download towards the end of the month on 24th May. Here's what they had to say:
From the spectacular mind of Gillian Wallace Horvat, we are presented with an infrequently lavish mockumentary x snuff extravaganza. Who’s to blame? I Blame Society.
One thing that horror films tend to successfully mirror from real life is that one should never return to their hometown to live there. The Ice Cream Truck perfects this. From writer-director Megan Freels Johnston, this is a female-driven horror film which is completely masterful in its trickery of expectation, if not a little risky in its execution.
In documentaries, the point is to examine and present the truth. In mockumentaries, however, the unbelievably absurd is treated like the truth. In the instance of Kitty Mammas, a camera crew follows a literal mad scientist – Dr. Han (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) – as he leads a clinical trial in which four women give birth…to kittens.
A difficult, yet intriguing film. White Lie poses a concept which is horrific, one which transcends a heist of people's good will into an unbearable and nervy thriller.
The Ringmaster is horror, pure horror. All the way from beautiful Denmark, a film which predominantly features in a gas station, the most grotesque and despicable elements of human life are presented explicitly, unbearably so.
20 years ago, Scream‘s David Arquette crash-landed into WCW (World Championship Wrestling) to promote his new wrestling comedy film, Ready to Rumble. All went to plan and then some: he became WCW’s World Heavyweight Champion.
Set during one night in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a man dressed as a clown randomly appears now and again much to the admiration and dismay of fans, a vigilante, news reporters, and the police.
Opening in the dark of night, a scared child witnesses his home broken into and its valuables stolen. The cruel event leads to an even greater tragedy witnessed by the young boy and his brother.
Set in Dundee, Scotland around 1979-80, Schemers presents an unbelievable underdog story – one which will inspire today’s generation.
Intercutting its opening titles with the loading of a gun, A Clear Shot immediately hooks you in with its projected intensity.