Terrance Zdunich

If you had asked me about The Devil’s Carnival yesterday, I wouldn’t have known what you were talking about. I probably would have assumed it was a 70s exploitation flick that took place behind a patchwork tent where a woman gets raped in a pile of elephant dung and then seeks revenge (or something). But I would have been wrong. The movie is a new project from the overworked Darren Lynn Bousman, who has a full dance card but decided he wanted to put another record on. The teaser trailer for the movie is an extended, 11-minute-long shot of a woman (Emilie Autumn) going about her lingerie-clad business. It’s experimental, but it looks more like it was directed by Bela Tarr because it’s a lot of nothing. There are clever little notes that are struck with some cartoonish CGI, but mostly it’s a woman just hanging around doing nothing in particular. Now, that doesn’t mean the movie itself won’t be a hellish explosion of style. According to Shock Til You Drop, Bousman is collaborating again with Repo! writer Terrance Zdunich. Check it (and the poster) out for yourself:

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Repo! The Genetic Opera

Repo! The Genetic Opera stood out as one of the best films at this year’s Fantastic Fest, and we got a chance to sit down and talk with director Darren Lynn Bousman, writer/actor Terrance Zdunich, and music producer Joseph Bishara.

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Paris Hilton may have finally found a role that fits her as well as that time when she got impaled by an ice pick. This time she’s singing and teaching kids about how to use drugs.

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Repo! The Genetic Opera

For years, musical film fans have waited for a film they could latch on to and call their own. Repo! The Genetic Opera is that film.

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