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Reviews and Interviews for our films!

We had a bunch of reviews on several of our projects lately. First up a cool news site call 'Search My Trash' which finds and highlights several obscure and bizzare indie films reviewed both Burlesque Massacre and PhotoGRAPHIC, as well as a very in depth interview with creator Tim Whitfield about all things Timberwolf. Check that out here:


Next up is two VIDEO reviews of a couple of Timberwolf and Midnight Hill short films. I hope this new website from AngelFreak takes off, because I really think the web is fast enough now to handle having reviews and news in video form which film goers can just click on and check out whats happening in the indie film world. Timberwolf and Ynot/Sin Pelo have been playing with this idea for a couple years now with Rydell Danzie's '30sec on set' and even a video news blog he and Tim Whitfield tested out in 2010/2011. The Timberwolf news blog itself wants to do more news blogs and reports on video as well when our studio set up is more solid.

Anyway, check out AngelFreak's review of Joe Patnaud's Friday The 13th: The Storm below:

Now, AngelFreak's review of Tim Whitfield's Forced Survival, shot back in 2005. Tim was very happy to see this review as it is still his favorite project he has ever shot. A very deep, very intense story with an amazing performance by Jillian Swanson. "Oh yea, this is still my favorite project ever." Tim admits, "Sure it has a few technical glitches, and I have improved how I shoot and edit since then, but this was the pinnacle of my New England work and the only thing I have ever shot that is everything I wanted it to be at that time. Kevin had the right mix of threat and awkward innocence to somehow make it work. Jillian had so much trust with me, and gave me everything she had without question. You believe her on screen 100% and I still consider one one of the best actresses I have ever worked with."

Forced Survival Review:


Burlesque Massacre breaks out, website breaks record again.

Last February 2011 we released our retro 70s horror/exploitation film "Burlesque Massacre" on DVD and VOD. Over the past year instead of losing sales over time like most releases, 'Burlesque' actually picked up sales and VOD rentals each month. Last month and this month were the highest DVD sales ever for the film and awareness got even higher when the films awareness shot up 8000% on the IMDB. While the IMDB star ranking for the movie has obviously been mixed (Burlesque Massacre is a VERY odd, bizarrely retro film that is NOT for everyone) but, most who actually took the time to review the film have given it high marks for what it is.... whatever that may be.

Our favorite review for the film was posted back when it first came out by a Amazon member named "Explorator" who has over 90 reviews for all sorts of films. Check out the review below.

"This ultra low budget flick is one that wears its campy style on its sleazy sleeve and is actually a lot fun if you're a fan of B-movie horror. There's LOTS of hot chicks (yes, there is also ample amounts of nudity and several softcore sex scenes), lots of tattoos on some of the girls, a decent amount of bloody kills, several creepy strangulation scenes, an emphasis on kinky imagery / bondage and 'edgy' style Burlesque dancing. The slightly grainy 'film effect' and old style 'film color' adjustments along with the authentic sounding retro music in the background achieves an effect similar to that of a 70s grindhouse movie (almost) and is much better of an effect than you usually see in movies that try it. The script is OK and isn't annoying like so many no-budget horror movies tend to be. The actors talk like real people for the most part and don't sound like they are reading directly from a script. I was never bored or felt the need to fast forward any scenes (which is rare with these kinds of movies). I don't want to give away anything by describing the storyline or kills as they are sometimes surprising and should be watched with no prior knowledge of what is going to happen. Overall this is a fun and entertaining B-Movie that is exactly what I thought it would and should be. Check it out if you like these types of movies. You probably won't be disappointed."

We feel this review hits the movie right on the head. It's just a whole lot of fun, that doesn't take itself too seriously. While it has a few things going on underneath at a slightly twisted level for those who want to dig deeper.. for the most part its just a retro exploitation film that was designed to capture a type of film not made anymore.

We are so happy word of mouth has grown over this past year, and we do have a sequel planned for 2013. You can purchase the Burlesque Massacre DVD HERE or rent/purchase it via Amazon VOD. You can check out more info and the trailers HERE

Meanwhile the website itself also broke its unique visitor record again this past month reaching 1,200 for January.

Stay tuned for many more updates in February including the final two episodes of the web series "Obsession" and info on our next DVD release "Lucid Fear".

Right now however, you can pick up our new release of "PhotoGRAPHIC" which came out last Friday on AMAZON as well. For more info on that film and its two trailers you can visit its page HERE.

More soon!

PhotoGRAPHIC now on DVD!

Our dark and violent revenge film set in the LA actress and model community has arrived on DVD!

"Photographic" written and directed by Timothy Whitfield has a very different vibe then his previous release, the over the top exploitation film "Burlesque Massacre" - This film is a much more serious and realistic tale about a group of dangerous photographers out to rape, torture and kill up and coming models in the LA talent scene.

We have a brand new full trailer below and for more plot details, production details like cast lists and more, you can check out OUR PAGE on the film.

To get a copy, head over to the DVD STORE or jump right over to to grab a copy of PhotoGRAPHIC.

The DVD also includes audio commentary with writer/producer/director Tim Whitfield, and producer/actor Rydell Danzie