“Aaaand…….CUT!” - Mandalor, circa 1960

 

 

Down on his luck and financially strapped low budget horror filmmaker Mandalor is the laughing stock of the film community. His films are terrible and the contrived, poorly done gore-effects make them unintentional comedies of the cinema.

 

When he presents his latest effort to sleazy, exploitation film producer Gelstein of Gorrific Pictures with the hopes of getting a distribution deal, he is laughed out of the screening room.

 

The ever-determined Mandalor, along with his trusty hunch-backed cinematographer Rodney, set out to do another horror film but during the course of filming, as he tries in vain to direct an intoxicated and uncooperative actress he accidentally kills her. Rodney captures the dastardly deed on camera and Mandalor includes the graphic footage in his film and screens it to an impressed and delighted Gelstein who offers him a multi-picture deal to deliver more gore galore! A wretched plan hatches that only filmmakers with “nerves of steel” could carry out. Along with a hatchet or an cleaver...

 

 

STARRING

Alan MacKenzie

Dan Baker-Moor

Kris Scoran

Heather Russell

Daphne Bradbury

Mat Andre

Shawn Kowalke

Taggart Porter

Nicolette Rieger

Russell Antymis

Tim Gray

Scott Cranwill

Yanin Gillespie

Lisa Tjaden

Kami Desilets

Luke Falconer

Theresa Thomson

Kelly Benzing

 

WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY

Kevin Doherty

 

Canada

82 minutes

Horror/Comedy

2015

 

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For $6 you can download the weird and blood-splattered music from this gore-galore-filled film to play at Halloween parties, Haunted Houses, Birthday parties, Funerals, Weddings or whatever your heart’s desire! Just GO HERE:

 

https://kevindoherty.bandcamp.com/album/lights-camera-blood-movie-soundtrack

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“Throwback Gorror done right. The blood and gore here is over the top from the word go.” - Scaretissue

 

“Surprisingly effective throwback, celebrating gorefests of yesteryear.” - The Slaughtered Bird

 

“...the ending was unusually well thought out with one of the most original murder weapons I’ve seen in a long time.” - Ginger Nuts of Horror