Blunt Force Cinema is proud to release Jeff Kirkendall's film "The Temptress"! Check that shit out, you're gonna fuckin' love it.
Last week BFC was at Motor City Nightmares, in Detroit, for a horror convention. We got to get some of our Debbie Rochon films signed by her (which we are raffling, check out our twitter and facebook), meet some stars, some film makers, and plenty of fans. We had a great time, sold a lot of films, and hope to sign some more film-makers.
Look for us at more conventions soon!
Do you like horror movies? Do you like not spending a lot of money? Do you like the incredibly good looking Debbie Rochon?
If so, Blunt Force Cinema is happy to let you know that we have a Debbie Rochon bundle going on right now. A metric shit-ton of movies and Debbie for only $19.99. Check it out here. Use that money you saved to buy beer (if of age) - or whatever kids are drinking these days for those who are not - kick back, and enjoy some blood, boobs, and fun.
For independent filmmakers, there’s a lot of responsibility and work to be done. Your support system mainly consists of family, friends, and, if you’re lucky, a reliable cast and crew that believes in what you’re doing enough to work for sometimes nothing. Aside from that, you have to rely entirely on your own resilience, management skills, creativity, and the inhuman ability to make a short budget stretch a long way. Sure, technology has made a lot of things easier for the indie filmmaker through social media and nifty distribution venues like VOD. Still, you’ve got a lot on your plate.
Having spent weekends on the set of independent films and interviewed folks in the field, I know firsthand that it can be a grueling ordeal. It takes a special type of person to see it through to the end. But it doesn’t stop with writing, filming and editing. After that, someone needs to get your precious piece of cinematic art out to the people. It can be a real challenge trying to find the right distributor. So challenging in fact that many filmmakers choose to distribute the film on their own, thus adding to their workload at a time when they need to worry about crafting their next masterpiece.
That’s where Blunt Force Cinema comes in. Blunt Force Cinema is an independent horror film distributor that was founded on the principles of getting movies out to the masses and getting the filmmakers paid. Serving as distributor for the ADDICTED TO MURDER trilogy, GREAT AMERICAN SERIAL KILLER, and STOPPED DEAD featuring Debbie Rochon, they are quickly establishing themselves as a powerful presence on the indie circuit. By consolidating graphic design, press releases, and video trailers, they provide one-stop shopping for the filmmaker looking for all of this.
The folks at Blunt Force Cinema are specialists who have a deep respect and love for independent film. With a professional staff of web designers, graphic designers, and sales people, they will make it their mission to get your film seen. Blunt Force Cinema is positioned to garner listings on Amazon and buy.com, to organize theatrical showings, to provide listings on IMDB, and has a strong presence at horror conventions.
They lighten the workload, and they do it for a reasonable percent of the sales they make.
By, Lucas MangumLucas Mangum is an author from Bucks County, PA. His flash fiction has been published at Death Head Grin, Micro Horror, and one of his short stories, Goblins, is available on Smashwords as a e-short-story. He is a frequent contributor to the entertainment website, Cinedelphia, and hosts the bi-monthly Awesome Reading Fest. Read his blog, The Dark Dimensions, friend him on Facebook, or follow him on Twitter @LMangumFiction.
Hello everyone. While neither Tim or I were able to attend, it seems that the Drunken Zombie Film Festival here in our homebase of Peoria Illinois was a hit. Tim and I would especially like to thank one of our film makers, End of Line Productions, the minds behind Dead Bodies Everywhere, for their help manning our table. In addition, we would like to thank all of the films who had their presence at the film festival and all our customers who bought our products, Stopped Dead, Dead Bodies Everywhere, and the Addicted to Murder Trilogy.
Look for us at more conventions and festivals coming up.
One of the better review sites out there, Forced Viewing, recently reviewed End of Line Production's "Dead Bodies Everywhere," which we at Blunt Force Cinema are lucky enough to be distributing. Apparently Lackey at Forced Viewing has as much confidence in Director Shea VanLaningham as we do here at BFC.
"The ... thing that Dead Bodies has in its corner is clarity of vision on the part of its writer/director/star, Shea VanLaningham. This is a straight-up old-skool slasher movie, nothing fancy-schmancy about it. While it doesn’t have the wit of Hatchet, it’s still funny enough to keep the audience laughing. VanLaningham has learned the lessons of the ’70s-horror-classic-remake fad, which is that slashers are usually more compelling when they don’t have motivations that make them more sympathetic. ... The cinematography and composition are wonderful (particularly anything involving Grigbsy), and for once the Grindhouse-style graininess is an asset, not a setback."
So, its not just us at BFC that think this film is a good one, feel free to take our word for it, but keep an eye out for more updates as this great film gets more press.