BONEHILL ROAD -- New Werewolf Film with Practical FX! (Crowdfund)

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  1. bruce h

    bruce h Editor - CINEMA ARCANA

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    Have you ever thought, "You know what? There's a serious dearth of homemade horrors with their big, red hearts in the right place. And even more so homemade werewolf flicks, filled with great gore gags and nothing but practical FX." Well, you're in luck, because D.I.Y. legend Todd Sheets is in pre-production on BONEHILL ROAD, his blood-splattered tribute to lycanthropy lore -- and he wants your help! Todd has set up an Indiegogo page to help raise funds for the creation of bigger and better effects -- simply put, the more money he raises, the more werewolves there'll be, the more gore will get splashed, and the more stuff will get wrecked. Perks include everything from DVDs and Blu-Rays, to signed scripts, posters, used props and screen credits. A distribution deal is already in place for the finished film, so even if you don't contribute you'll have a chance to see it, but every penny that gets front-loaded helps make the end result that much better FOR ALL OF US. I've already donated my part -- now it's your turn. Check out the page for more details, and tell 'em Cinema Arcana sent ya'!

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/b...lf-film-horror

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    I noticed that Bruce was listed as a producer for this film. Watched this with my wife and honestly thought it was just terrible. I cannot fathom how it has such a high rating on IMDB. The worst acting, dialog, characters, etc. This felt like it should have been a 10-12 minute short about werewolves that was blown into an 85 minute film. Would be interested if anyone else saw this.
     
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    I was interested in this, being a werewolf and practical effects fan, then I saw the trailer and thought it looked terrible, due to this I've stayed away, waiting for reviews, after reading your words looks like I was right to do so.
     
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    This did use practical effects but overall they didn't work well. The gore was done poorly and the werewolf transformations reminded me of American Werewolf and Howling which came 36 years earlier. Certainly this was very low budget but there really isn't anything I can think to recommend it. I like Linnea Quigley but it seems like she was invited to set for one day just to do a ridiculous scene.
     

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