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Category Archives: Cinema of the Backbrain
An Undead Backbrain Exclusive Interview It seems that web series have replaced the old serials that were, once upon a time, screened before movies at the local cinema. The latest is a noirish thriller called Bermuda City, produced, written and … Continue reading
Some time ago, the following image appeared in one of the Worth1000 thematic image-creation competitions — a lovely piece of digital manipulation using the latest Photoshop technology (created by “boofhead”): But the idea of a rampaging giant cat didn’t begin … Continue reading
Part 2 of our Easter weekend arachnophobic special is a short film from the home of Spiderdom: Australia. Spider on the Ceiling was directed by Anthony O’Neill for Rectangular Films of Australia. It stars Steve Danielsen, Camilla Jackson, and Steve … Continue reading
Scratch is a short film made by Ethan Snell in 2011, a film that neatly ties in with a theme the Backbrain introduced just yesterday in an article on the upcoming creature feature Mega Spider. The theme? Extreme arachnophobia! Scratch … Continue reading
It happened before and now it’s happening again! Yes, from what is rapidly becoming the main enclave for the production of B-movie remakes, Franklin, Indiana, comes the news that the crapfest classic Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (US-1964; dir. Nicholas … Continue reading
Spotlights are crisscrossing the sky, the red carpet has been rolled out, the celebs are walking the walk, the paparazzi’s cameras are flashing, the crowds go wild! Welcome to the world premiere showing of The Emergence (Canada-2011; short [11.55 min.]), … Continue reading