"There’s something quite charming about this low fi anthology...every scene and every minute of TWISTED FATES oozes a love for all things horror.
- Ain't It Cool News
It's the quality of the stories that really make it stand out amongst its peers...the whole thing just came together as one nice package...It's definitely worth your time to check it out if you get the chance.
- Rogue Cinema
Featuring Heather Storm (Epic Movie, National Lampoon's Dorm Days 2, Lost Treasure of the Maya).
"Knowing 'nerd-noir'...gives off a cool vibe, and is an overall solidly-produced outing with sharp scripting, witty performances, some nice twists and turns, and eye-popping women."
Carrie gets a gift certificate for her birthday for a session with a local psychic.
At first she thinks it's silly but figures that since it's free, she'll go. The psychic reveals horrible news - she will be surrounded by death and blood.
Carrie flees and gets on with arranging her upcoming high school reunion. One by one, the classmates she calls turn up dead.
What is the strange connection? Could the psychic have been right? Will she find out before it's too late?
Rerelease of Bloodsucking Redneck Vampires with a new title.
"With no-holds-barred runs at bean gobbling, beer drinking and the bodily functions that result, the gross-out factor is high...an effective low-brow pre-fab cult flick with...an infectious sense of fun." - Film Threat
"Quite frankly this is one of the most enjoyable micro-budget films I've seen in a long, long time...the entire cast is amazing...Director Joe Sherlock has the knack for keeping the jokes flowing and the action moving." - Chip Lamey of Video Crypt
"This movie doesn't have one single socially redeemable quality and it's a great movie! I can't remember the last time I laughed quite this hard." - Wren Leach of Monsters At Play
"This movie is great! No, really I mean it. The humor is the lowest common denominator type, which always makes me laugh." - Douglas A. Waltz for Cult Cuts
"If you're a fan of B movies that push the boundaries of taste and conventional aesthetics, then this is the movie for you." - David Walker for Willamette Week