An anthology horror-comedy featuring segments from Adam Rifkin (Detroit Rock City), Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2: Dead End), Tim Sullivan (2001 Maniacs) and Adam Green (Hatchet).
"The Diary of Anne Frankenstein" (Adam Green)
Follows Adolf Hitler as he seizes Doctor Frankenstein’s secret journal and uses it to piece together the perfect killing machine to help him win World War 2.
"Zom-B-Movie" (Joe Lynch)
A final night of nostalgia unfolds at the Kaufman Drive-In before it is torn down, where owner Cecil Kaufman is screening obscure B-movies from his private collection to an audience of local geeks and line-quoting movie lovers. Little do the unsuspecting cinema-loving patrons know, but tonight something is horrifically amiss at the Last Drive-In...
"Wadzilla" (Adam Rifkin)
No official plot yet.
"I Was a Teenage Werebear" (Tim Sullivan)
Follows a day in the life of closeted new kid Ricky O'Reilly, who falls for Malibu High's mysterious bad boy Talon. When aroused, the two transform into bestial leather daddies, the titular "Werebears."
- Image Entertainment will distribute the film via an on-demand release a couple months before hitting DVD shelves.
- Actor Sean Paul Lockhart is also a gay adult film star that goes by the name "Brent Corrigan."
- Writer/director Tim Sullivan was quoted saying: "The idea behind the project was for each of us to make our own "solo album" like KISS did back in the day when each member went off and did a very personal record of music they more then likely would not have done as part of KISS. We also wanted to push the envelope and make a movie we knew traditional Hollywood would never let us make."
- Tim Sullivan's I Was A Teenage Werebear features "five rock ‘n roll musical numbers in a stylistic mash-up of genre icons Roger Corman and John Waters that spins the frothy boy/girl/beach format into a humorously bloody, albeit well-intentioned, call for acceptance and tolerance."
- Said to be an "homage to the drive-in movies of the '50s and '60s."
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