(From Creepy Six Films):
STAB KILL DIE
Horror-Comedy | 70 min. | CAN | 2018
Nine reels of 1970’s drive-in gut-smashing, cheerleader-bleeding, satanic-slashing mayhem!
BEHIND THE SCENES: “Stab Kill Die”! marks the first official feature film from Creepy Six Films in six years, since 2012’s “The Hard Cut”; and is genre film director Vince D’Amato’s 8th feature film. “Stab Kill Die” is not an entirely new film; the material in this dual-universe dark horror-comedy was originally produced from 2005 to 2011, and most of the material had been released in various broken-up versions such as web series and supplemental shorts for various DVD releases. Now, film company Darkside Releasing has taken all of the original film-transfer materials back to the editing studio to create this wild, integral epic of sex and gore; inspired by the likes of Bigas Luna’s 1987 mind-bending horror cult classic “Anguish”, and which now boasts way more sex and gore than ever, and is the second-most-expensive low-budget film Creepy Six Films has ever produced (at a whopping $15,000, it comes in second only to the original and far-more-expensive “Vampires vs Zombies”).
DARKSIDE RELEASING will give STAB KILL DIE its official market debut in 2018 at the American Film Market (AFM), although it will be available for some quiet pre-sales during the Marche du Film at Cannes this spring.
THE PLOT: After confronting her best friend for cheating with her husband, Lorraine (Danielle Korda) heads to a theatre to watch the latest horror movie, which features a team of Satanic cheerleaders (Jennifer Wright, Janessa O’Hearn, Laura Leone Hancock, and Kacie Heart) who murder and cannibalize their way through a wild and weird “cheerleaders’ retreat”. Meanwhile, Lorriane’s sanity snaps and she begins to dispatch bloody revenge of her own, unaware that she’s being manipulated by a gory alien sex parasite that has been infecting each of her sexual partners. As both stories play out through parallel worlds of insane horror, neither of the realities are what they first seem to be, leading to an explosively bloody climax.
PRODUCED BY the collaborative film companies Darkside Releasing & Creepy Six Films, STAB KILL DIE was shot on 16mm film… and lovingly directed by Vince D’Amato. This kinetic, gory, sexy homage to the wild and uninhibited cinema of the 1970s takes a warped turn through Darkside Releasing’s head-tripping lens in this 2018 amped-up reworking of Creepy Six Films’ original “Catholic Cheerleaders for Satan” viral webseries.
Vancouver’s annual BADASS Film Festival is upon us again this winter! This all-day film festival features local, Canadian, and International shorts (in competition) and a triple-feature of feature films, including BRIVIDO GIALLO / CREEPY SIX FILMS‘ newest surrealist-erotic-giallo offering, Valley of the Rats – and closing out with the feature to end all badass features, Frankenstein Created Bikers!
Both Valley of the Rats and Frankenstein Created Bikers feature local performance artist and actor Tristan Risk (aka Little Miss Risk) in featured/leading roles. BADASS 3 promises its namesake this year, with booze, bikes, an onslaught of kick-ass films and what’s apt to be the rowdiest film festival this side of Canada all year. Cast from Frankenstein Created Bikers will be in attendance and Vince D’Amato, director of Valley of the Rats, will be on-hand for a Q&A session following this EXCLUSIVE never-before-seen cut of the film – At the RIO Theatre Feb. 26th! MORE INFO HERE…
“I can’t believe it’s been 15 years since we started Creepy Six Films… nor can I hardly believe that it’s already been 5 years since launching our new production company, Brivido Giallo. While the latter came about with a different cinematic vision and in a slightly more organic way while spending time in Europe, I still remember clearly the origins of Creepy Six Films. Standing at an intersection in North Vancouver (a literal intersection, not a metaphorical one), and coming up with the concept and name for Creepy Six Films with Nicole Hancock – back in 2001…”
Check out an in-depth interview with Creepy Six Films co-founder Vince D’Amato at Film Bizarro: http://www.filmbizarro.com/vincedamato.php
“…We were waiting on the corner of 3rd Street & Lonsdale Avenue – two blocks from our one-bedroom apartment at the time – and it had been a couple of days since we’d finished the last scenes of our freshman film, Corpse-O-Rama. We’d shot the entire thing on film, 16mm, and ended up releasing 50 VHS copies – some went to distributors, but most went to the cast and crew – and to a little local horror movie store called Reel Horror, which was owned and operated by a young couple from Montreal, Gene and Jessica. Anyway, that hadn’t happened yet, Nicole (Nicki) and I were standing at the intersection waiting for the light to change and verbally brainstorming ideas for the name of our low-budget production company. Since we’d actually filmed 6 segments for Corpse-O-Rama, which was supposed to be a horror anthology film a la Creepshow (although at least one of those stories were left on the cutting room floor), so I exuberantly threw out there: “Nicki’s Six Films!” to which she shot me a hairy eyeball complete with a single hoisted eyebrow. “No way,” she said. Behind us, half a block down, was a small independent comic book store I used to go to to peruse the tight aisles. I remembered that that was where I’d first discovered the line of horror comics titled CREEPY. And that was it. “Creepy Six Films,” I said.”
~ Vince D’Amato.
In celebration of our 15th year of independent filmmaking, we have lovingly created special limited and hand-numbered ANNIVERSARY reissues, available in our store now! (More special titles coming later this year – 2016!)