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Millennium Bug Infests DVD

More horrifically excellent news this Halloween as a genre-classic-in-the-making comes to DVD, heralded by great cover art and a fantastic new trailer. The Millennium Bug (US-2011; dir. Kenneth Cran) is a dark, raging powerhouse of a movie — an independent … Continue reading

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Festival Trailer for The Millennium Bug: Now with Lots More Monster

We just received the all-new trailer for the giant-monster/hillbilly horror film The Millennium Bug (US-2011; dir. Kenneth Cran), made for festival promotion and cranned full … sorry, crammed full of inbred nastiness and scenes of giant non-CGI monster rampage. Check it … Continue reading

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Building the Millennium Bug

Here’s the newly released official poster for The Millennium Bug (US-2011; dir. Kenneth Cran), the trailer for which premiered on Undead Backbrain a week or so ago: But that’s not all. The folk from The Squire Film Shoppe and No … Continue reading

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Exclusive: First View of The Millennium Bug Trailer

The official trailer for the hillbilly/giant monster/alien bug movie The Millennium Bug (US-2011; dir. Kenneth Cran) has just been released and you can see it first here on Undead Backbrain. Note that it’s totally free of CGI monsters. The filmmakers … Continue reading

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Millennium Bug In Post-production

The hillbilly/giant monster/alien bug movie The Millennium Bug (US-2010; dir. Kenneth Cran) is close to being ready for submitting to the Cleveland Film Festival, the deadline of which is this coming Tuesday. The final sound mix is done and colour … Continue reading

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The Millennium Bug Has Finally Arrived!

But don’t panic! We’re talking about the horror thriller by director Kenneth Cran and his brother James rather than the fanciful computer scare that led us into the new millennium. The Cran Brothers’ millennium bug isn’t a programming glitch and … Continue reading

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The Millennium Bug Will Get Us Yet

Surreptitiously working away in relative obscurity, director Kenneth Cran and his brother James have been developing a new film called The Millennium Bug. Unlike the Year 2000’s Millennium Bug — which was digitally tiny and proved something of a non-event … Continue reading

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More From the Bug

The Cran Brothers’ in-production giant monster flick, The Millennium Bug (US-2010; dir Kenneth Cran) — which the Backbrain highlighted on 4 April — is getting weirder as we learn more about it. Of central interest is the fact that it … Continue reading

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Of Monsters and the Mafia

Indie stalwart Mark Polonia of the Polonia Bros has just finished major photography on a film that features the mob and a dinosaurian monster. It’s called Meateaters, which probably indicates that we’re not dealing with a herbavore. There’s something intriguingly … Continue reading

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Giant Monster Movie List

This ongoing, ever-growing list of giant monster films is divided into several parts. The main division is between the Western or Hollywood tradition and the Japanese tradition (daikaiju eiga), which, though it developed from the Western tradition, became so distinctive … Continue reading

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