Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary is an independent documentary taking an extensive look at the making of Pet Sematary, the origins of the story, the stories of cast and crew, memories of the Maine locals who helped make the film, and the legacy the film has established among horror fans and scholars of Stephen King’s work. In addition to featuring many cast and crew members never before interviewed about their involvement in the film, this documentary will also take fans on a tour of all the filming locations. With never-before-seen photographs and footage from behind-the-scenes, original props from the film, media coverage of the 1988 production, and new stories about the Hollywood production being on location in Maine, Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary is an all-encompassing documentary by fans for the fans.
Just weeks after the federal government and CDC safely assured us all that there was no such thing as zombies, emergency officials in Maine are taking part in a training exercise to prepare for the, you’re reading this correctly, ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE!
Around 100 emergency responders from eight different counties participated in the event in the quiet city of Bangor.
The premise: an unknown virus originating from Jamaica has reached Maine, turning the infected into zombies. Once infected, the virus quickly spreads to the brain, and turns the host into a full-fledged zombie, who has only one thing on its mind: biting other people.
The officials were armed with two would-be vaccines – one to prevent the infection from reaching the brain, and one to bring the zombies back to life.
“We have identified in several states, particularly Texas, New York, Illinois outbreaks of these civil disturbances and biting,” one official said. “And in conjunction with that there are also widespread power outages.”
The event may have been a staged act, with locals playing zombies, but it gave emergency responders an opportunity to prepare for a real life epidemic.
“This gives us the opportunity to do something a little bit different, but it still has the same principles that would apply in a real situation,” Kathy Knight, director of the Northeastern Maine Regional Resource Center told the Bangor Daily News. Emergency workers “need to figure out what they need, how they’re going to respond and how they are going to share their resources to respond to the disaster. They need to know who to go to outside their community to find the resources they don’t have, so it’s a different twist.”
Be Prepared, that’s what they always taught me in scouts, and Maine is preparing for an all out zombie holocaust. Bitchin’!
Sparse deadline, I know, but it got yer attention. I thought about putting a question mark after that title, because, after all, who’d wanna hurt those tender young girls who want nothing more than make the world a better place…with TITTIES! WHOOOOO! Ahem, anyway, SUICIDE GIRLS MUST DIE is the title of an upcoming movie directed by Sawa Suicide (obviously a suicide girly herself, the only pic I could find of her you’ll find below). Also below, you’ll find the teaser poster (first glimpsed over at AICN) and a teaser trailer.
SUICIDE GIRLS MUST DIE Synopsis:
When Missy and Sawa invite twelve of their favorite Suicide Girls to a remote cabin in Maine to shoot a calendar video, none of the models had any idea they planned to shoot the Suicide Girl version of a horror movie. At first Bailey and then Evan go missing and the idyllic vacation photoshoot quickly degenerates into a chaotic nightmare for the models who each think they could be next to disappear.
Now for the Goods:
Trailer thanks to Shock Till You Drop
And, finally, the elusive Sawa Suicide:
Seriously, that was the best pic I could find of the woman! Ah well, fitting as she’s the director. And now, for you kiddies disappointed in the overall lack of titties in this post, take a sweet (NSFW) gander after the cut (SUICIDE GIRLS MUST NEVER DIE!): (more…)