Boy, between his movie that’s NOT about a killer pizza and NOT directing “Hatchet III,” writer-director Adam Green is becoming a bit of a regular here at The Cheese List.
I’m sure he’s just tickled pink about that too. Maybe I should start charging him rent? Or at the very least change the name of the blog to The Adam Green List.
I’ll ponder that for a bit.
Anyway, since I like to keep things fresh, I guess I’ll take a break from all those uppercase NOTs and instead focus on something that IS happening in the Adam Green universe.
Seems his latest project, “Chillerama,” hit DVD and Blu-Ray shelves everywhere today.
As if you didn’t already know, “Chillerama” is an ode to the golden age of campy drive-in classics. It’s made up of four short segments: “Wadzilla,” “I Was A Teenage Werebear,” “The Diary of Anne Frankenstein,” and “Zom-B-Movie,” each created by a different acclaimed horror talent.
In addition to Green, the movie features the talents of Joe Lynch (“Wrong Turn 2”), Tim Sullivan (“2001 Maniacs”) and for some reason Adam Rifkin (writer of “Underdog”???).
Here’s a clip from Rifkin’s “Wadzilla” segment featuring a group of people being terrorized by a giant sperm. There are... just no words.
Sure “Chillerama” might not be the greatest title ever, but it’s a hell of a lot better than the working title: “Incredibly Poor Man’s ‘Grindhouse.’”
Source: Arrow in the Head