The Round-up: Canadian Horror
the CANADIAN Horror is thriving, with a Haunted Sex Motel Cinematic universe in the offing. Jeff Maher’s Bed Of The Dead features a four-poster made out of a gallows tree which winds up in a club where folks set on an orgy are trapped on it by demonic forces. Cody Calahan, co-writer of Bed Of
The Dead, is the director of Let Her Out, in which bicycle messenger Helen (Alanna Levierge) is obsessed with what happened to her mom in another haunted sex motel. She suffers as another personality literally (and hideously) tries to escape her body. elsewhere, remake rights to Death
Race 2000 have reverted to producer roger Corman, who has writer-director G.J. echternkamp bring back the lively, gruesome satire of Paul Bartel’s 1975 killers-in-cars skit for Death Race 2050. Champion racer Frankenstein (Manu Bennett, perfectly cast as a murderous, leather-clad hulk who’s still the sanest man in the movie) competes with costumed psychos to splatter bystanders. things have changed in the gun-loving heartlands: on the second day of the race, the pedestrians shoot back. It’s more strident and cynical even than Bartel’s film, but it’s hard to dislike something so committed to scurrilous offensiveness.