Women's Studies

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  1. Agent Z

    Agent Z "Get to the river...

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    A while back (and I'm talkin' a real while back, click HERE to see what I mean) I told you about a little horror flick called WOMEN'S STUDIES, which was about cultish killer feminists and other such things. Today I got a heads up from writer/director Lonnie Martin about some interesting casting news for the little picture, which may now leave a bleep on people's radar.

    Judith O'Dea, she who would be Barbara from George A. Romero's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD has just been cast in STUDIES as Senator Gayle Hamlin, the mentor to the film's lead. As a refresher, STUDIES is a horror film about a pregnant grad student and her friends who are held captive at a women’s academy that’s actually a cult of psychotic feminists bent on enslaving and/or murdering men. These cultfeminists indoctrinate college age girls under their dogma then send them out into the world to take high powered jobs from men, run for public office, and take away men’s social power. They’re also ordered to seduce then murder men with high intelligence or stamina in order to create a “pure Goddess race.” The pregnant grad student is forced to choose between joining their sect or risking death by trying to escape from the academy.

    Least to say the folks behind the film are honored as hell to have such a horror film legend in their movie- yes, she may have only had that one role, but damnit- it'll be the one she's remembered for. Production is set to start filming this July, with a release date hitting sometime in 2008. Horror and women cults.... as long as it's nothing like THE WICKER MAN remake, I think they'll do ok... For more on WOMEN'S STUDIES, check out the film's OFFICIAL WEBSITE, and stick around for more news and updates as we hear them!


    Official Site

    I love the concept, and the official site is very well-designed! Looking forward to this one! :)
     
  2. Myron Breck

    Myron Breck Boom Shanka

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    Wow. That sounds fucking great! :banana:

    Now, if they can just resist the temptation to fuck it up.
     
  3. onebyone

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    I love the picture and the site, but hmmm. I am not sure about that story. It could be very good, or it could be nonsense like The Wicker Man, only without Nicolas Cage, which would be very, very bad. I guess we will just have to see if they can pull it off - if only to justify putting that poster up. I am interested.
     
  4. Fumi

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    Well, if the feminists take their tops off I suppose it might be watchable. Otherwise it sounds like it would be pretty annoying.
     
  5. RyanPC

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    Am I the only one who wants another film like The Wicker Man remake? There's no such thing as too many good-bad movies.

    That said, this sounds great and I will definitely check it out.
     
  6. _pi_

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    I find it very amusing that the film has a cult of feminists killing men. Which is basically one of the crazy mutations spawned by feminism. Not that the term "feminism" means anything today. We've come a long way from de Beauvoir ...
     
  7. onebyone

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    I would love another movie like The Wicker Man remake, but without Nicolas Cage there to jack the bikes and sucker punch the bitches, I just don't see how it could happen.
     
  8. RyanPC

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    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    *files that post in the "Quote of the Year" folder*
     
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  9. JW77

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    So is this a satire, or is it some kind of paranoid propaganda thing executive produced by Pat Robertson and Rush Limbaugh?

    "The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism, and become lesbians." -Pat Robertson (Christian Coalition), 1992 Republican National Convention
     
  10. Rockmjd

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    If Joe Dante can call his Masters of Horror abomination "satire", then so can these guys.
     
  11. dwatts

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    You know, if they show enough of the female anatomy on a DVD cover, I find I look at it a little slack-jawed. How sad is that? :D
     
  12. Luna

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    Oh, it's so true. Most women who call themselves feminists these days usually turn out to be women I'd very much like to kick in the vagina.

    That said, I want to see this movie!
     

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