Sunday, September 2, 2012

There's "low budget Manson movies"... and then (evidently),
there's "no budget Manson movies"!  LOL!

Bloody Hammer Films presents - "HONKY HOLOCAUST"
"An exploitation thriller about the fate of the Charles Manson Family and the world had he never been arrested for the murder of Sharon Tate, et al.
Featuring the gruesome reality of contemporary race relations through the lens of explicit and graphic violence, gore, and revenge!"
These kids are trying to make a movie with zero... I repeat "zero" money.  They're taking donations.  I didn't think it was possible, but I think we may have just eclipsed Susanna Lo's offering, for "feature film least likely to reach anyone"! LOL

From their site:
"We all work full-time; some of us own small businesses but most of us work at restaurants or small offices. Unfortunately we're all broke, especially after shaving off bits of our paychecks to buy props and wardrobe. We don't even count filling our cars' gas tanks as an expense because it would make us feel even more broke! And we still need tons of props, wardrobes, building supplies for sets, food and water, paper and ink for scripts, batteries, rental equipment, and incidentals! Needless to say, we have everything we need to make this dream a reality... except funding. So help us out! Be a part of the Bloody Hammer Films family and join us on this fun, incredible journey by donating what you can! You won't regret it, and we will certainly appreciate it!  Thanks!  -Bloody Hammer Films"

For more information or to donate, follow these links:

Submitted by Cease2!  Thanks Cease!!!


LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

I watched the trailer.

It looks like a bunch of college kids farting around, inside (what looks like) someone's abandoned office space.
They were sitting indoors on lawn furniture... swearing at each other.
A real blockbutser.

Maybe these kids should merge scripts and resources with Susanna Lo?
Just a thought... LOL

katie8753 said...

Cease! Thanks!!

You have to give them credit. They're brutally honest about it. LOL.

Anonymous said...

I kinda like the idea they're pitching, but it IS a pity it's going the exploitation route.

The reality of The Family's ranch lifestyle can be done on a shoestring budget.

And Charlie, Sandy, Lynette, Bug et al have spewed more than enough classic quotes over 40 years to help fill up an entertaining 90 minutes.

A moment or two in the "trailer" make me think this could at least be better than the Van Bebber movie. And if it's straight to cheap DVD or Youtube, then good for them for having a go.

Seems they're halfway to raising 1500 bucks so we won't be seeing Li-Lo in this one!

katie8753 said...

Tonight on Star City Radio they're rebroadcasting an interview with Scott Michaels. Good stuff. I hope everyone can join in! :)

katie8753 said...

Cease, no Li-Lo that's for sure. LOL.

MrPoirot said...

Katie I got to finally hear you radio interview on podcast. It was well done.

It was certainly better than William Garretson's interview where he kept saying every five minutes, "something isn't right".

I think Garretson says that even if he opens a bottle of Pepsi. Then he puts the Pepsi down and tastes the hamburger and says, "something isn't right". Then he eats a french fry and says."something isn't right". Then the Hardee's manager comes out and asks him to leave for freakin out all the customers by talking to himself.

katie8753 said...

Mr. P....HA HA HA.


Anonymous said...

Honkey Holocost huh???

This is what I have been missing :)

I am in Orlando visiting my mom and I was planning to catch Katies replay last night ....

but Would you believe I got too drunk at the pool and fell asleep again!!!

Sigh.... Ill listen to it one of these days

Happy Labor Day all !!

katie8753 said...


Great to see you!!!

Kimchi said...

YAY!!!! St. Your back!!!!!

I missed your comments...!!!

Anonymous said...

many thanks Kimchi

Anonymous said...

this movie almost looks as good as the Manson Family Movies one.......someday, someone will grace us with a REAL Manson movie......whatever happened with the biopic idea?

MrPoirot said...

I would like to see a Manson movie that just focuses on their time hiding way up in the Death Valley mtns. Sorts like The Shining with Jack Nicholson where he took that caretakers job up in a closed for the winter mtn top hotel so he'd have time to spend writing a book. Ynfortunantly he went psychotic. They could really play up the friction between Charlie and Crockett. They could dig up Dennis Hopper and get him to play Clem.
They could make a crazy scene like the Chase in Bullet w/Steve Mcqueen as Charlie drove that school bus up the mtn and tore it to shreds.

They could do the movie in reverse where it starts out with Buster the Wonder Dog finding dead bodies everywhere around Barker Ranch.

Get Heidi Fleis to play Sadie and the Olsen twins to plat Sandra and Squeaky.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

((((((((((SAINT CIRCUMSTANCE))))))))))



Kimchi said...

Good to see you!

I'm in my new abode. Watching Easy Rider ...Phil Spector, Dennis Hopprer, 1969,, communes, Jack Nicholson, Ballaret, It's all

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

"Oh, I got a helmet"...


LOVE Nicholson in "Easy Rider"!!

"The Venusians". LOL

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Best scene of the movie:

"The Venusians have contacted people at all walks of life". LOL

Kimchi said...

Man Lynyrd that's my hubby's favorite part too....

I love all of it but the end....

They said the commune part was real but filmed in inalibu not new mexico

I also read that jay Sebring cut Peter Fonda's hair for this movie. Sorry about the typos I'm using a phone not a computer

Dock Mac said...

here's the actual trailer. that was just a promo vid before.