John Lechago, diirector of the in-production sentient-ooze-themed horror flick Bio-Slime, has kindly offered the Backbrain a bunch of exclusive pictures.
The plot involves … well, slime and ooze and tentacles and folk being absorbed into the muck, and features good ol’-fashioned physical effects reminiscent of the Muck-and-Mire Period of Horror Cinema, which is well represented in Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator (1985) or Brian Yuzna’s Society (1989) .
A rather lengthy synopsis appears on the film’s official website, but I decided to reproduce only one paragraph — but a paragraph that does, I think, encapsulate all you need to know about the film:
More and more people end up in Troy’s art studio, fighting amongst themselves so that they don’t notice that a monstrous threat has trapped them in the building. A group down the hall is filming an adult movie when they are attacked by the massive glob of slime. One of them is able to escape and runs into the art studio, screaming. Only then do they discover the extent of their predicament.
Get the picture?
If not, does this help?
At any rate, below is the teaser trailer, followed by a gallery of the above images and many others.
- Source: Bio-Slime Director John Lechago
- Official website
- Thanks, as always, to Kaiju Search-Robot Avery