A No-Eyed French Beastie, The Bollywood Snake Lady Beckons, And Some Very Sick Aussie Vamps
May 05, 2009 19:06
Bollywood seductress Mallika Sherawat shows off her snake lady underbelly in new Hissss posters. Plus, new vampires flick Primal has an incredibly disturbing virus that either an evil shrimp or something much more terrifying.
Twitch pointed out a few highly disturbing stills from the French film The Pack, and holy hell if that monster doesn't make me yearn for more GDT pictures. The FX are from the same company that worked on Mutants and The Horde, and I know you've all quite enjoyed what we've seen from those pictures thus far. The official synopsis is:
In the middle of a snowy no man's land, Charlotte picks up Max, a hitchhiker; they stop in a truck-stop restaurant, and when Max doesn't come back from the bathroom, Charlotte starts looking for him in vain. She decides to return during the night but gets kidnapped by the bartender, La Spack, who turns out to be Max's mother and needs to feed her kids, 'The Pack', a bunch of blood lusting ghouls.
Sounds delightful, plus it's about time we threw some new insane mothers into the mix.
Hissss shows you what happens when you bring back a beautiful snake lady, and introduce her to modern day culture. I'm guessing it all ends in tears (and full lady snake belly). Can't wait to see the trailer, as Mallika Sherawat is absolutely dazzling. It should be fun to turn on the super sexy charm on unexpected, horny, fellas.
Aussie horror film Primal is giving us the gross-out chills. Its been ages since we've paused a trailer and said, "What the hell is that?" The plot is this: A group of kids head out to the countryside looking for aboriginal art painted on the sides of rocks. What they find is either a demonic possession or virus that turns each member into a fanged ancient zombie/vampire creature. Quiet Earth directed us towards the brutally graphic trailer.
Anyone have a clue what this is? I really hope it's an evil shrimp and not what that lady was cutting into her belly for, yeach.
Finally, here is a short about finding love in the stars... I think. Maybe. Whatever, it's pretty and made me think about nighttime picnics, astrology, and nerds getting freaky. Plus, it's very well done.
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