Just landed on You Tube: GoodBadFlicks in-depth exploration of Jim Mickle’s Stake Land.
Great news, lycan-thusiasts! LATE PHASES is now available to stream on Netflix!
Directed by Adrián García Bogliano, and starring Nick Damici, Ethan Embry, Lance Guest and more, LATE PHASES follows a blind Vietnam War Vet (Damici) in a fight to save himself and his community.
It’s hard to hide from something with such a good sense of smell!
“In addition to the careful parceling-out of information and anticipation, the film benefits enormously from Damici’s lead performance: gruff, funny, aggressive, and, of course, commanding sympathy, the character compellingly entices the audience to board this ride.” – ZACHARY WIGON, VILLAGE VOICE
Nevermind the Oscars; LATE PHASES and GEP pals’ THE SACRAMENT have received nominations for Fango’s 2015 Chainsaw Awards!
Nick Damici for BEST ACTOR
Robert Kurtzman, Brian Spears, for BEST MAKEUP/CREATURE FX
THE SACRAMENT, directed by Ti West, for BEST LIMITED-RELEASE/DIRECT-TO-VIDEO FILM
Gene Jones for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Congrats to all the nominees! Check them all out here.
Here’s how to vote:
E-mail your votes (be sure to vote in all categories, and only once per person; personal e-mails only, no mass ballots) to email@example.com.
Write-in votes are acceptable in all categories. Deadline for ballots is March 10; winners will be announced in Fango #342 and at Fangoria.com in April.
From Bloody Disgusting:
“Robert Kurtzman’s Creature Corps sends everyone Howling holiday wishes with some exclusive behind-the-scenes images from one of their latest projects, Late Phases (review), out now on VOD and select theaters.
The film was picked as one of Patrick Cooper’s favorite films of 2014, and features some absolutely astounding practical effects work.
Take a look [here] as Kurtzman and his team work with director Adrian Garcia Bogliano on the werewolf movie that stars Stake Land‘s Nick Damici, Ethan Embry, Lance Guest, Erin Cummings, Rutanya Alda, Tina Louise, Caitlin O’Heaney, Karen Lynn Gorney, Dana Ashbrook, and the great Tom Noonan.”