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Though it’s no doubt everywhere on the web by now, here’s some footage of the new Godzilla film as shown at San Diego Comic-Con. It was taken on someone’s smart phone and is, no doubt, test stuff — definitely not finished. … Continue reading
Remember Bio-Slime, the pinnacle of oozingly viral horror from John Lechago? (If not, see this previous Backbrain article and follow the links). Well, the good news is that it will be available on DVD from Media Blasters on 26 February … Continue reading
An Exclusive Backbrain Interview Bugs is a French feature film project, one that not only shows a lot of promise, but also includes one of the Backbrain’s favourite giant monster species — insects. Remember all those great mutant bug movies … Continue reading
If you think a ’50s retro/parody film featuring a daikaiju-sized cake might be fun, watch the following faux trailer and you can help get it made. embedded by Embedded Videovimeo Direct Lobsterdance Productions, under the creative auspices of Jared P. … Continue reading
The Black Goat Project sounds like some sort of covert Government operation — a secret-service incursion into an obscure mountainous principality in central Europe perhaps, or a scientific experiment in genetic manipulation focusing on the hybridisation of goats and trainee … Continue reading
As the new killer mutant-insect creature-feature style short film, The Emergence (Canada-2011; short [11 min.]; dir. Jeff LeBlanc) nears its release date (1 December 2011), Undead Backbrain takes you behind the scenes of the production, via an exclusive series of … Continue reading
I meant to plug this earlier but ran out of time. So this is a flash info-dump. MORAV — the giant robot combat franchise being developed by Fon Davis — is in its last day on Kickstarter, seeking funding to … Continue reading
According to up-and-coming UK filmmaker, Bevin Wright, Undead Backbrain (along with Monster Island News) were a source of information and inspiration when he began working on his stand-alone giant monster trailer. Whatever the inspiration — and classic 1950s creature features … Continue reading