CELEBRATE TRAILER TUESDAY WITH THE MANSON FAMILY WEREWOLVES ON WHEELS!

I want to start a new…thing…here on Backwoods Horror called TRAILER TUESDAY, where I’ll post 1 or 2 trailers from films I like, or films that follow a theme. Today, we have both.  Keep your peepers peeled, boils ‘n ghouls, as you may see a trailer for something you’ve never heard of on TRAILER TUESDAY and find yourself scouring the internets to find it. The theme today is gritty independent cinema now and then. The trailers are for Jim VanBebber’s THE MANSON FAMILY and Michel Levesque’s WEREWOLVES ON WHEELS. I love both of these films and could watch them over and over again. Without further ado…

THE MANSON FAMILY

WEREWOLVES ON WHEELS

SEE JIM VANBEBBER’S THE MANSON FAMILY & MY SWEET SATAN TONIGHT IN NYC!

TONIGHT!

Taking place on LONG ISLAND, New York at the signature art house theatre THE CINEMA ARTS CENTER on Tuesday, July 3rd at 7:30pm in Huntington. Starting off with an exclusive video introduction by Jim Vanbebber himself, this event will feature the short film MY SWEET SATAN (about Long island serial Killer Ricky Kasso) making its long Island Premier, and a super rare, 35mm print screening of his cult film THE MANSON FAMILY. The film that Roger Ebert said “…has an undeniable power and effect, but be sure you understand what you are getting yourself into. This is not a “horror” film or an “underground” film, but an act of transgression so extreme and uncompromised…”- 3 stars.


This event is $14 with a portion of the proceeds going towards the production of GATOR GREEN.

GATOR GREEN is a horror/thriller about a Veteran who returns from the war to take over the operation of an alligator farm in Florida. Much madness, mayhem and murder ensues. This will be Jim Vanbber’s first film since THE MANSON FAMILY, which was completed almost 10 years ago. Its begins shooting this September in the swamps of Florida. Being made the Jim Vanbebber way, completely independent and being shot on 16mm film.

If you are in the area, please come out to one of these exclusive events, be a part of American cinema history and keep independent film alive!