I directed an independent feature film titled Video Tape Terror in 2012. My film was an homage to direct to video and SOV horror films of the 1980s. One of the greatest inspirations was the 80s classic, Gore-Met Zombie Chef from Hell…not for the quality of the film, but for the awesome cover artwork that was meant to grab you at the video store, and trick you into renting it. It was the YouTube of the 80s…where anybody could make a feature film, and get it on video store shelves.
I was lucky to speak with the great actor (and really nice guy) who played the health inspector in Gore-Met, Chuc Presley-Clubb. Stick around after the end of the interview for the trailer for my feature film, Video Tape Terror.
I was checking my email one afternoon, when I was startled by something from Full Moon that mentioned the Wizard Video collection. I had never heard Full Moon mention Wizard Video, so I read on and was amazed to hear that they would be reissuing old boxes, with new clamshells and tapes. This made lots of the fans angry, but I made a video to show you what you’re getting for their $50 price tag.
I’m proud to say that after over a year of planning, filming, and editing, Video Tape Terror has been completed (Video on Demand via Amazon will be available soon). This was a true labor of love and I want to thank everybody that was involved with this. It could not have been completed without everybody’s hard work. Please check out the trailer below and LIKE us on Facebook. Continue reading