When 5 minutes is just too much of a commitment. You've see our short films, horror fans and we know you have an insatiable thirst for horror, suspense and gore. But you're busy, and may not have time to sit down for the full five minutes it requires to get through a 5 Minute Horror film. So we're introducing a new 5 Minute Horror feature that gives you more by giving you less. "Scares" boils down the horror genre to the essential bones, scooping the fat and tossing it away. What's left is Horror Articulated, that hits you hard and fast, like a busy bouncer. This new regular feature will be posted soon, but we put together a clip reel with the music that we have written for it. Hope you enjoy, and let us know which one you'd lilke to see first!
5 Minute Horror presents
A Slime City Massacre Fan Page!
For those of you "in the know," last summer in Buffalo NY, a low budget epic film was shot. "Slime City Massacre," Greg Lamberson's long-awaited follow-up to the 80's horror classic "Slime City" is a post-apocalyptic nightmare that takes place in the not-too-distant future. It features "Slime City" star and 5 Minute Horror guy Craig Sabin in a protracted cameo, and stars many of the new generation of horror actors, as up-and-coming as yesterday's lunch.
This web-page will attempt to be the beating drum, the palpating heart, announcing the arrival of the low-budget horror event of the decade. We'll post pre-production YouTube videos, as well as blogs, pictures, art, and when possible, original video. We'll provide a link to Greg Lamberson's live journal. We'll proudly trumpet the distribution, when the deal is set, and announce showtimes and theaters. For any news about Slime City Massacre, just check out this page.
"Slime City Massacre" represents the best in low-budget feature splatter gore. Lamberson is the unapologetic standard bearer of a genre that, since digital technology, has become too slick for it's own good. This film must be seen by all horror fans, and this page will do whatever it can to accomplish that feat.
So sit back, relax, and get slimy, as we present all things "Slime City Massacre."
Read my blog about "Reliving the Gory Days"
From the Director
Read more at Greg Lamberson's Production Journal Demons, Slime & Things.