18 September 2011

And now for something completely different: A Baltimore-based theatrical movie featuring homebrewers......

Dang, if they had only thought to tie in this premiere with Baltimore Beer Week.
Snipped from DreadCentral.com:

It was last November when we first told you about Witch’s Brew, the beer-soaked gross-out horror comedy about what happens when a pissed off witch lays a curse upon your lager. A new trailer proclaims this blood-battered brewski is ready for serving.
Those of you living in Baltimore, Maryland, will get first crack at Witch’s Brew when it makes its world premiere at The Charles Theater on October 19th. Here are the rest of the gory details regarding the impending fermentation of the evil that is Witch’s Brew, followed by the special premiere trailer:
Just in time for Halloween, Baltimore filmmakers Chris LaMartina and Jimmy George unleash bottles of beer and buckets of blood in the gory horror-comedy Witch's Brew.
SYNOPSIS: When two micro-brewers screw over the town witch, she curses their latest batch of alcohol. Anyone who drinks it suffers a gruesome, ironic demise.
Written and directed by LaMartina, Witch's Brew harkens back to the days when horror films were fun, without taking themselves too seriously. The film boasts performances by George Stover (John Waters' Desperate Living and Polyester), Ruby LaRocca (Lord of the G-Strings), and Shawn C. Phillips (star of Syfy Channel's "Haunted High School" and Chillerama).
Witch's Brew is the fourth film from Baltimore based Midnight Crew Studios.
LaMartina and George's previous film, President's Day, tore up the festival circuit last fall, playing Fargo Fantastic Fest, Fuel the Fear Fest, Killer Film Fest (winning "Best Feature" and "Best Screenplay"), Oklahoma Horror Film Festival, San Diego Horror Film Festival, and Synerfest (winning "Best Feature") It will be released early next year through Spy Global Media.
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