Update: Bikini Monsters

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Bikini Monsters (US-in production; dir. Terence Muncy)

Director Terence Muncy has sent Undead Backbrain some images and local newspaper articles relating to his new film, Bikini Monsters, which is currently in production.

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Newspaper articles (the first from the Tampa Bay Tribune) — click on them to enlarge:

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And finally Muncy has sent what he describes as an “early concept teaser”. He says:

It’s just a rough cut to have something available to give fans an idea of what’s to come.

Thanks, Terence!

Early Teaser Trailer:

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8 Responses to Update: Bikini Monsters

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  2. Avery says:

    This one’s too cool! Man I have to admit that I wasn’t suspecting that last scene of the clip and it made me jump a foot! LOL!! I look forward to more on this creepy cool little flick!

  3. Todd says:

    Things sure have changed in St. Pete since I moved away…

  4. Backbrain says:

    Todd, you’re not trying to tell me there were no bikini-clad mer-mutants feasting on the locals when you were there, are you? Or is it merely that they’ve finally escaped from your basement where you left them?

  5. Todd says:

    Can’t hide anything from you, Rob;0)!

  6. Nicola Cuti says:

    As one of the crew on “Bikini Monsters” let me tell you it wasn’t all fun and games. There were long hours of hauling equipment to the beaches and then setting up the lights and cameras and breaking them down afterward, however, the ladies were a delight. They remained cheerful and cooperative even after standing still for hours while body paint and prosthetics were applied to them. A fine cast and crew and hail to the chief, Terence Muncy.

  7. Backbrain says:

    Thanks for dropping by, Nicola. Some shoots are more grueling than others, no doubt (especially ones involving body make-up and beaches), but from my meagre experience in filmmaking long hours hauling equipment and lots of standing around is what making a movie inevitably devolves to. I’m just grateful that people like you and the cast and crew of “Bikini Monsters” are willing to do it!

  8. Natalie says:

    the green monster was very scary even when she was eating the man!

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