Welcome back! This week, we've got the first storyboard still from Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher’s film La Horde (The Horde) which puts together, cops, robbers, zombies and skyscrapers. The image is fantastic and in full below. Plus footage John Gulagers' Feast III has been screened and it's got three times the blood and guts of the original beasties.
The Horde: Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher mash-em-up horror is currently filming right now and finally has an official synopsis:
North of Paris. In order to avenge the murder of one of their own by a group of ruthless gangsters, four corrupt cops go on a rampage in a condemned building serving as the mobster’s hideout. Now trapped, the officers are about to be executed when the unimaginable occurs: hordes of bloodthirsty, cannibalistic creatures invade the building, savagely attacking everyone. Unexpected alliances are made when their lives are threatened by the unthinkable.
My original response to reading this is, it's about damn time we infused more mafia zombie movies. There's nothing like escaping the arms of the undead while building bridges with unlikely partners. Hopefully, there will be more updates in this film soon. Fingers crossed for set pics. Feast III Footage Screened: Hooray! Director of the fantastic Feasty trilogy, John Gulager, screened some footage of his latest film Feast III: The Happy Finish (which is supposed to be appearing on DVD this February). According to Shock Till You Drop, Feast III is even more gruesome than its two predecessors (which is hard to believe):
The scene featured Diane Goldner's Biker Queen - and her tattooed, armed companions - following "Hobo" (a character encoring from part 2) into his school bus somewhere underground (?!). A monster attack ensues, it appears as if one of Biker Queen's gals doesn't live to see another day (or maybe they both don't, it was hard to tell). Nevertheless, the school bus is started up and propelled topside where the other survivors are waiting (spotted: Hanna Putnam's "Secrets" and Juan Longoria García's "Lightning").
Hooray for underground beast furry!
Block 66 Quiet Earth uncovered the poster and trailer for Hungarian bio-terror scifi movie Block 66. It's a lot of fast cuts with little information, but still, I'm excited for more foreign flicks that can hopefully bring a different set of eyes to weapons of mass destruction. Trailer: