Exclusive: Lizardman

Lizardman (US-2011; dir. Peter Dang) is a new independent B-monster flick that is rapidly heading toward release. Clearly inspired by The Creature From the Black Lagoon (and old monster movies in general), Lizardman tells a story of cryptozoological revenge and monstrous, “dragged-out-of-its-natural-environment” rampage:

Billionaire Bill Hansen seeks revenge by capturing his nemesis, the scaly crypto-creature known as the Lizard Man. Hansen wants to prove to the world that the Lizard Man really exists. A group of scientists, lead by  Professor Reeves examines this creature.  Reeves realizes he has a chance for fame and fortune and so convinces Hansen that the Lizard Man needs to be brought to Los Angeles. During a press meeting, the creature breaks out and wreaks havoc on the people of LA.

Latest Teaser Trailer:

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Written by Steve Goldenberg and Francis Abbey, produced by Steve Goldenberg and directed by Peter Dang on a small budget, Lizardman is looking like a decent homage to the famous Universal Creature.


Here is an earlier “unofficial” teaser trailer:

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Lizardman stars Michael Harding, James Lewis, Mike Gaglio, Tammy Klein, Frankie Cullen, Dylan Vox, Peter Stickles, Steve Blasini, Sherrie Box, Anthony Wade Vang, Mike Donahue, Amber McConnell, Amy Jokinen, Diana Terranova, and Yelena Savranskaya, with Matt Easton as the Lizard Man.

Check out the gallery below for loads of behind-the-scenes images, which pretty well tell you lots about the story.

There are many many more pictures on the film’s Facebook page.

Source: Peter Dang and Steve Goldenberg via Avery Guerra. Written by Robert Hood

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2 Responses to Exclusive: Lizardman

  1. Brett Piper says:

    Ahh, a kindred spirit indeed! It warms my old heart to see this stuff.

  2. Don Krouskop says:

    This looks awesome!!!

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