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Scott Schirmer just completed production on his fourth directorial effort, The Bad Man. Two-thirds of the film was shot on location in Columbiaville, Michigan, in January and the production wrapped at locations across Indiana in early June.  The Bad Man stars Ellie Church, Arthur Cullipher, and Jason Crowe in a harrowing story of survival. A young couple, Mary and PJ, are kidnapped in their own home by a sadistic clown who wants to break their spirits and sell them into servitude to a cult of wealthy deviants. Mary holds onto her humanity through trial after trial, desperately looking for a way...

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Interview With Scott Schirmer, Director of Found, Harvest Lake, and Plank Face by Charlie Cargile SEE THE ORIGINAL POST HERE! Every since seeing Harvest Lake, I’ve been a huge fan of Scott Schirmer. I’ve seen all his films including Space Babes From Outer Space (2017) and Headless (2015) among others, and he’s one of the few directors whose crowdfunding campaign I religiously support. Recently, Scott launched a Kickstarter campaign for The Bad Man, a film that’s been a long time coming. I’ve been meaning to interview Scott for a while now and I figured this was the perfect time. Check it out! PopHorror: What inspired you to...

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Scott Schirmer and Headless director Arthur Cullipher are both interviewed in a new book of interviews with cult horror filmmakers. Read the original Horrorpedia article here! Twisted Visions: Interviews with Cult Horror Filmmakers is a 2017 book by Matthew Edwards, published by McFarland.Horror and exploitation films have played a pioneering role in both American and world cinema, with a number of controversial and surreal movies produced by renegade filmmakers.This collection of interviews sheds light on the work of twenty-three directors from across the globe who defied the conventions of Hollywood and commercial cinema.The filmmakers include:Alfred Sole (Alice, Sweet Alice), Romano Scavolini (Nightmares in a Damaged...

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OCTOBER 26, 2017 by Bryan at Indy Metal Vault (see the original post here) One of the things that we set out to do when we started the Vault was to feature and promote local music. In the past several years of my life, I’ve come to the realization that one of the easiest things to do to support your community is to spend money on local enterprises. To quote my buddy RJ Wall, who runs Dahlia Presents and Chefs Night Off and is a tremendous supporter of all things local, “70% of every dollar spent at locally owned restaurants goes back into the community.” You...

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