In his younger, hope filled days Big Gay Horror Fan believed that those unexpected meetings on the street with an object of his affection were fortuitous signals of better things to come. Of course, I hadn’t a Satan’s fiery clue.
Thankfully, determined and talented Midwestern auteur Tony Wash has a better way to describe a different kind of A Chance in Hell with his awesome, highly acclaimed zombie meets Nazi’s short of the same name. Gaining numerous awards and honors throughout its showings at various festivals, A Chance in Hell is now available for purchase, in all its vibrantly filmed glory at www.scotchworthy.com.
You can take a look at all the axe chopping power involved by watching official trailer here:
You can also keep up with the production’s demented activity at:
Wash, who recently directed genre legends Sid Haig (see photo above), Robert Z’Dar and Joe Estevez in the crime drama High on the Hog, is constantly developing new works – including a podcast devoted to indie filmmakers called It Came from the Underground and an awesome sounding horror film called The Storm centered on a female roller derby team. To keep up with all that juicy madness, be sure to visit:
Big Gay Horror Fan is always accepting old world zombie killers at http://www.facebook.com/#!/BigGayHorrorFan, as well.
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!