I knew I shouldn’t have made fun of those alien Muppets!
SyFy throws up another original movie, a haunted camera mystery tale called Dead Still! It stars Ben Browder, Ray Wise, Gavin Casalengo, Elle LaMont, Steffie Grote, and Carrie Lazar
Wedding photographer Brandon Davis (Ben Browder/SG-1, Farscape) inherits an antique camera famous for taking Victorian death photography. When he uses it, the subjects die, then reappear as eerie death portraits, leading Davis into a terrifying journey to uncover the haunting mystery behind the cursed camera. Dead Still also stars Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, Jeepers Creepers) and Gavin Casalengo (Noah, When The Game Stands Tall). A Booth Brothers Film, Dead Still is a production of Plus Entertainment, Hollywood Media Bride, Twintalk Entertainment and Spooked Productions.
A mysterious haunted camera? Perhaps he doesn’t need to investigate, just watch Atomic Hotel Erotica! Okay, okay, maybe this is a different haunted camera. How many haunted cameras are there? Just wait until 10 years from now when we got spooky ancient haunted iPhone movies. I can’t wait to not watch them! At least here there is the whole Victorian photography angle which means we can have some cool outfits and references to those old spooky Victorian photographs that were totally normal back in the day. The day when no one knew about germs.
Dead Still is written and directed by documentary director Philip Adrian Booth (who also helmed Ghouls Gone Wild!) It premiered October 6th on SyFy as part of their 31 Days of Halloween special event.
Ever thought prison movies needed more sorority girls and dinosaurs? Sure, we all have. And Jurassic Block is the movie for you! It’s got locked up sorority girls, velociraptors, Ray Wise, and that special direct to SyFy flair that you just can’t get anywhere else. Did I mention dinosaurs, in prison? The only thing that would be cooler is if the dinosaurs were locked up for various crimes, and have mug shots.
Sean Cain directs and writes, and Jurassic Block stars Ray Wise, Vernon Wells, Kevin Gage, Dana Melanie, Kayla Carlyle, and Monique Parent.
A trio of sorority girls are tossed in the drunk tank after a wild party gone wrong. They have to team up with some nasty characters to survive the night after a pack of Velociraptors get loose when a secret convoy is diverted from their original destination to the bowels of the jail.
In this throwback to the original 1966 Batman movie, FDR rides a “wheelchair of death” to stop the world from werewolves who carry the polio virus, including werewolf versions of Hitler, Mussolini, and Emperor Hirohito.
Garrett Brawith directs, with Barry Bostwick is FDR, with Lin Shaye, Bruce McGill, Ray Wise, William Mapother, and Paul Ben-Victor. Kevin Sorbo gives us yet another Abraham Lincoln in a film, with Lincoln making more film appearances this year that reality stars in sex tapes! I think we’ve finally found a history mashup film I’m actually interested in seeing.