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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Another Yeti A Love Story: Life On The Streets (2017) Movie Review

Above: IMDB poster


In the world of ultra low budget cinema, the key is outlandish humor, nudity, violence and mayhem. Yeti 2, which I will refer to has all of those elements, and is one of those scholckfests that is as enjoyable as it is crazy.

Part 2 has a baby Yeti, and falls into the Troma category of films, hard R rating, there is naked men, naked women, suggestive dialogue, and general madness. Even the synopsis on IMDB is bonkers: In this surreal and absurd revenge/action comedy, Adam, a single father of a yeti baby, is dragged into the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles when his child is kidnapped by an Evil Pimp. Now, with the help of his two new friends, a heroin-addicted yeti prostitute and a sexy stripper, he must fight the forces of evil to save his baby and the world.

I mean there is a man who goes by the name of Sex Piss. To make sure he is not confused with other characters his name is tattooed on his arm! According to IMDB, the budget on this flick was 30,000 so not too much ha! Director Adam Deyoe and Eric Gosselin do a good job of keeping the laughs and shocking things happening across the 77 minute film to warrant a watch. Again this is a film for those who are used to watching Troma films and ultra low budget stuff. Will it win any awards, probably not, yet it is a fun watch. Just remember, in this film, if you hit a stripper in the eye with a hot wing, you get a free calendar! Check the below photo! Sultry Marissa Merrill AKA Tinayney gets winged in the face!



Appropriately Another Yeti releases Valentines Day, and rates a 6.5 out of 10.

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Horror Film Holy Terror Unleashes New Trailer!





​​​​​​​​​​​​The riveting first official teaser trailer for the new supernatural horror film HOLY TERROR was just released today. This film is in post production via Cineridge Entertainment from the award-winning team who previously brought us SAMURAI COP 2: DEADLY VENGEANCE.
Written and directed by Rich Mallery (SOCIOPATHIA) and executive-produced by Gregory Hatanaka (who helmed SAMURAI COP 2 from a script co-written by Mallery), HOLY TERROR stars MEATBALLS’ Kristine DeBell, Bruce Lee's GAME OF DEATH's Mel Novak, Lisa London  (H.O.T.S., PRIVATE RESORT), Kelly Reiter (The Z Virus), Jesse Hlubik (MAY, ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE), Nicole Olson, Scott Butler (WIENER DOG INTERNATIONALS), and Vida Ghaffari (THE MINDY PROJECT, JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE).

Believing the strange disturbances in their home are their deceased son reaching out from the other side, Molly [Reiter] and Tom [Hlubik] ask a medium [London] to make contact. But instead of their child, the three accidentally invite a vengeful demon to cross over. After the demon violently possesses Molly’s younger sister [Olson], the couple enlists the help of a disgraced priest [Butler] and his mentor Sister Catherine [DeBell] to attempt a dangerous exorcism.

“There has been a resurgence of exorcism/possession-type movies, so it’s a little challenging to give audiences something they haven’t seen before. But we have a few tricks up our sleeve that are going to make HOLY TERROR stand apart from the crowd. Plus, we’re going for a real late-’70s/early-’80s feel. Films like THE CHANGELING, THE AMITYVILLE HORROR and of course the original EXORCIST are huge influences on this project," said Mallery.

“I’m really excited to be partnering with Gregory Hatanaka again; this is the fourth film we’ve worked on together,” Mallery continues. “It’s a little strange this time around, since usually he’s directing and I’m the writer/AD, and this time I’m directing and he’s the DP, but we’re totally in sync when it comes to the vision, so we’re like a well-oiled machine. We’ve brought back a lot of the cast of SAMURAI COP 2—Jesse Hlubik, Lisa London, Mel Novak, Kristine DeBell and Nicole Olson—and although this is a completely different type of film, it’s great to have a lot of familiar faces who are used to the way Gregory and I work. We’re both slightly insane, so it’s amazing to be surrounded by people who support our vision.”
“As Rich and I are both rabid fans of 70s AIP and New World horror pics,” Hatanaka adds, “it was only a matter of time before we teamed up to do a film in that tradition. HOLY TERROR works on deep psychological levels, and has an otherworldly, TWILIGHT ZONE-ish kind of feel.”
Holy Terror will be premiering this April on Amazon Prime.

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Shadow (2017) Movie Review




Usually one minute and five seconds is barely enough time to even introduce a film. In the day and age of the five minute 'spoil all' trailers it is nice to see a film maker and actress collaborate on a sultry film noir that allows the viewer to imagine what transpires before and after.

'Shadow' is a stripped down yet seething blast of what could have been, a love scorned. Director Maksimililan Urikh has committed to making two short films a month, and 'Shadow' stands out due to the tremendous talents of Katrina Grey. Katrina, has a sultry voice and her tone of melancholy and a tinge of sarcasm and anger pierces through the film. Katrina is a real talent, a diamond, she has many projects on her slate foe 2017, it will be exciting. Ming Yen Chang steps in and provides some really cool sound and lighting on the project.

Overall 'Shadow' is a great film, full of style and imagery, a must watch, and should play well on the indie festival circuit. 'Shadow' rates an 8 out of 10.

The entire film is on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smphFmrGdyU&

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Sheena Chou Spotlight

Above Photo (C) 2016 Ben Burton Sheena Chou in 'Savage Dog'


Greetings valued readers of Dan's Movie Report, fresh on the heels of the 4k trailer release of Savage Dog it is time to learn a bit more about Savage Dog actress Sheena Chou. Sheena is a humble lady, and has acted in a wide variety of films, TV shows, and commercials. Sheena has a mysterious look and striking personality. Black Salt is a great jumping off point to be introduced to her career. Check out this cool production video, featuring Sheena in Black Salt:



Sheena also is one of the stars in an action oriented 100 Proof music video, check it out on YouTube:




Finally Sheena has a really cool slate of commercials she can be seen in, one of my favorites is the Walmart one, where she is stuffing a suitcase, and gifting a GoPro cam, sadly it has been removed from YouTube.



Check out Sheena's company Forever Love Flowers, a beautiful flower that is arranged in a small bouquet, which will last for eternity. Also follow her on social media:


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Actress CongCong Han Exclusive Photos!

All Photos: (C) 2017 and exclusive to Dan's Movie Report


Greetings valued readers of Dan's Movie Report and The Action Elite. Here are some hot new images direct from China of actress CongCong Han working on her new series 'Smiling Proud Wanderer'. She is currently on set in China until April. Check out CongCong's exclusive interview on The Action Elite: http://theactionelite.com/2017/01/actress-congcong-han-chats-asura-new-ctv-series/ 

Check out these photos and watch for more exclusives later in 2017!